Archive for August 6th, 2019

Am I allowed to nurse my baby in public?

Am I allowed to nurse my baby in public?

| 06/08/2019 | 15 Comments

Can you breastfeed in public areas in Cayman? Auntie’s answer: This question came in a comment on a story on World Breastfeeding Week, which ends Wednesday, 7 August. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel that this far into the 21st century, with all that is known about the benefits of breastfeeding, it should not […]

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Miss Cayman Universe motorcade

Miss Cayman Universe motorcade

| 06/08/2019 | 0 Comments

The ever-popular motorcade event, traditionally held on the weekend before the pageant, will take place this Saturday, 10 August starting from the Royal Watler Cruise Terminal in George Town from 8:00am. The scheduled route is as follows: Royal Watler Cruise Terminal to Cayman Turtle Centre via West Bay Road Cayman Turtle Centre to Constitution Hall […]

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Customers may experience delays at WORC

Customers may experience delays at WORC

| 06/08/2019 | 0 Comments

Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC) wants to thank the public for their patience and reminds customers they may expect service delays as the front counter staff continues to be trained on the new system coming soon. As seating inside the gallery is sometimes at capacity, WORC has provided extra shaded seating on the outside. […]

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Impaled driver fully recovers from freak injury

Impaled driver fully recovers from freak injury

| 06/08/2019 | 2 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Nicholas Connor (30) sustained a dramatic freak injury during a car crash earlier this year after he was impaled on a steel pole but amazingly walked out of the hospital just a week later. Connor had smashed into a chain link fence and one of the poles holding up the fence went […]

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Sailors finally catch the wind at Pan Am Games

Sailors finally catch the wind at Pan Am Games

| 06/08/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): After two days of cancellations due to lack of wind, Cayman sailor Jesse Jackson finally got to compete Monday, 5 August, but finished last out of the 22 taking part in the first laser standard race at the Pan American Games in Peru, moving up two places in the second race.

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