Archive for April 15th, 2019

Two Caymanians named UWC scholars

Two Caymanians named UWC scholars

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(CNS Local Life): Caymanians Aleigha General and Ayanna Davis-Eden have been selected as 2019 United World College (UWC) scholars. General will be attending Li Po Chun UWC in Hong Kong and Davis-Eden is headed to UWC Thailand in Phuket. “It is inspiring to receive applications from some of Cayman’s best students each year,” said Martina […]

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Jamaica aims to top medal count at CARIFTA Games

Jamaica aims to top medal count at CARIFTA Games

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(CNS Local Life): Perennial track-and-field powerhouse Jamaica expects once again to lead the medals standing at the 48th annual CARIFTA Games taking place in Cayman this weekend, even though several of the country’s top athletes will miss the competition. The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) is confident of the team’s success at the meet, set […]

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Limited access due to road works – Printers Way, GT

Limited access due to road works – Printers Way, GT

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As a part of the continuing upgrade of the road network, the NRA wishes to advise motorists that on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019, between the hours of 7:00am and 4:00pm, access to Printers Way North will be closed at the roundabout. Local access will be available to residents and businesses via the Shedden Road entrance. […]

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RUBiS Top Student application deadline extended

RUBiS Top Student application deadline extended

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The application deadline for the 2019 RUBiS Top Student program has been extended to Friday, 26 April at 5pm. Students are invited to apply online for the awards which provide $15,000 worth of financial grants to students aged 7-12 in the Cayman Islands. “We have extended the deadline because we thought it would be helpful […]

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Application process for early childhood funding now open

Application process for early childhood funding now open

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The Ministry of Education provides financial assistance through the Early Childhood Assistance Programme (ECAP) fund for young Caymanian children who will be between the ages of 3 years old and 4 years old before September 1, 2019.  ECAP applications are now being accepted to assist with payment of fees at any early childhood centre once […]

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