Archive for June 17th, 2019

Youth FA Cup finals take centre stage

Youth FA Cup finals take centre stage

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(CIFA): In a day of unprecedented ‘doubles’, the 345 FC and Sunset FC clubs celebrated winning the Boys Under 11 FA Cup and the Girls Under 13 FA Cup, respectively. With the victories, 345 FC I secured the 2019 CIFA Boys Under 11 league and FA Cup and likewise, Sunset FC Fuego won the CIFA […]

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CCMI lecturer on reef health seeks audience feedback

CCMI lecturer on reef health seeks audience feedback

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(CNS Local Life): The Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) will be hosting the next event in the 2019 Reef Lecture series, a discussion on “Important Fish on the Reef: What do you Think?” presented by Dr Claire Dell, on Tuesday, 25 June at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. For the past two years, […]

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Rotaract Blue installs new board

Rotaract Blue installs new board

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(CNS Local Life): Rotaract Blue held its 13th annual installation of directors and officers on Saturday, 15 June, with the community service club for 18-30 year olds naming Dona-Lee Darlington the new president for 2019/2020, along with other board members. Darlington spoke of the upcoming year of collaboration and continued service to the local and […]

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New record for Stingray Tourism Awards nominations

New record for Stingray Tourism Awards nominations

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(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) has received the highest number of nominations ever for the 16th annual Stingray Tourism Awards, with 88 names submitted in the various categories. Award winners will be announced at a ceremony slated for 23 July and themed “Celebrating the Magic of Tourism”.

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Cayman Cricket Carnival competition

Cayman Cricket Carnival competition

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Cayman Cricket is holding its annual Cricket Carnival on 21 June, starting at 10am, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town. It will be the biggest carnival to date, with a total of 20 teams, 12 boys’ teams and eight girls’ teams, all competing to win the Championship Cup. This is the first […]

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Why doesn’t the NRA publicise roadworks?

Why doesn’t the NRA publicise roadworks?

| 17/06/2019 | 6 Comments

Why is it that the NRA hardly ever notifies the driving public BEFORE making changes along our roads? Recent examples are the THREE pedestrian crossings around the junction of Mary Street and North Church Street, pedestrian crossings on Walkers Road and South Sound road, lane restrictions by the CNB roundabout. The NRA appears to have […]

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