We just recently moved into a rental home. We signed the lease which stated internet included. Now the landlord says they don’t want to provide internet anymore and cut the service off. Is there anything we can do? Isn’t that breach of contract? Auntie’s answer: While I want to stress, as I have done before, […]
(CNS Local Life): The Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) is accepting applications for the six-month Young Environmentalist Leadership Course (YELC), now in its eighth year. The programme provides an opportunity for 10 local students to continue their educational pathway in the marine sciences as they complete diving training and attend courses at CCMI.
(CNS Local Life): Outlining a vision of the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) as “key to national prosperity” and promising that “the success of our students will be the stars that guide us through the night sky”, Dr Stacy McAfee officially took up the mantle as UCCI president and CEO on Tuesday, 12 […]
(CNS Local Life): The Ministry of Education is now accepting applications from eligible Caymanian students for local scholarships, with the deadline to apply 30 April 2019. Funding is available for Year 12 students to pursue studies in A-levels and BTEC Level 3 Extended for two years, and Year13 students to pursue studies in Advanced Placement, […]
(CNS Local Life): Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) is accepting applications for the 2019 Enterprise Cayman “Summer in the City” internship programme. In its seventh year, the programme arranges work experience for students and recent graduates throughout the CEC special economic zones (SEZs). The internships are open to Caymanians and residents of the Cayman Islands between […]
(CNS Local Life): University of Liverpool alumna and US District Court Judge, Wendy Beetlestone, travelled to the Cayman Islands earlier this month to deliver a lecture to staff and students at Truman Bodden Law School (TBLS). Judge Beetlestone graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in philosophy in 1984, and went on to […]
(CNS Local Life): Senior managers and human resources (HR) staff from the Ministry of Health recently attended a two-day training session to enhance their recruitment skills. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Senior Certified Professional Susan White, a former executive at global financial services firm JP Morgan Chase, led the sessions for the 20 staff.
(CNS Local Life): Following the recent excellent grade awarded by government school inspectors, Little Trotters Farm and Nursery was visited by a contingent of education officials to present the certificate to Principal Josie Hoare. Ministry of Education Acting Chief Officer Cetonya Cacho was among those touring the nursery, in which 86 children are enrolled, on […]
(CNS Local Life): After a “difficult” selection process, Trinity College School (TCS) of Ontario has for the first time decided two Cayman students, Carmella Ylagan and Aidan Hew, would share the Cayman Scholarship. In early January, representatives of TCS came to Cayman to test and interview students entering grades 9-12 who had applied to the […]
(CNS Local Life): A new scholarship was launched Wednesday, 13 February, to provide an opportunity for Caymanians who demonstrate both need and academic potential to attain a post-secondary education in Canada, the US or the UK. The Thomson Leadership and Innovation Award scholarship programme was created to carry out the wishes of the late Peter […]