Archive for November, 2019

Premier’s father dies aged 93

Premier’s father dies aged 93

| 12/11/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS): Alden McNee McLaughlin Sr, the father of the Cayman Islands premier, died on Monday, 11 November, after suffering a long illness, the premier’s office stated in a release. McLaughlin was born in 1926 and lived a full life and had a diverse career, the release stated. Premier Alden McLaughlin said he was grateful for […]

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Grey skies create somber Remembrance Sunday

Grey skies create somber Remembrance Sunday

| 12/11/2019 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): One hundred years after the end of the First World War, the Cayman Islands joined with nations around the world to mark the horrors of war and remember those who have given their lives since what was supposed to be the war to end all wars. Cayman dignitaries and surviving veterans stood […]

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ORIA Wildlife Hazard Working Group Meeting

ORIA Wildlife Hazard Working Group Meeting

| 07/11/2019 | 2 Comments

The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) invites the general public to attend the Annual Meeting of the Hazardous Wildlife Working Group on Monday, 18 November, from 10am – 12pm at Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA).

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Flu Shots Available

Flu Shots Available

| 06/11/2019 | 0 Comments

The 2019/2020 Seasonal Flu shots are now available. All flu shots are given on a first come first serve basis and are only available until supplies last at no cost to all residents. The locations and times are listed below:

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Gimistory back for 20th anniversary

Gimistory back for 20th anniversary

| 01/11/2019 | 5 Comments

(CNS Local Life): The much loved local storytelling festival, which was missed by many when it was cancelled last year, is back this month to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Gimistory will return to local beaches and other outdoor venues at the end of this month, when talented local and international storytellers will entertain audiences under […]

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