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Chamber pension plan elects new trustee

The Chamber Pension Plan Board of Trustees has a new addition. Sabrina Turner was recently appointed as a Trustee, representing the Hospitality & Tourism Employers sector. “It is an honour to be elected to serve as Trustee of the Chamber Pension Plan,” Ms Turner remarked. “Even though this venture is new for me, …

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East End showcases true Caymanian tradition

By Lindsey Turnbull On Wednesday 16th November the district of East End hosted its own Heritage Day at the aptly named Heritage Field, as part of the annual Pirates Week 2016 festival, and it was a well-attended event that saw young and old mingle to enjoy local food, games, music …

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Zika Virus Update as of 17 November 2016

The total number of locally transmitted laboratory confirmed cases of the Zika virus reached 20, as of 17 November 2016. Laboratory diagnosed imported cases remain at 10. The total number of all laboratory confirmed cases, local and imported, is 30. The number of local transmissions includes one result received on …

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Focus on food at George Town Heritage Day

By Lindsey Turnbull With its location at the Farmers and Artisans Market by the cricket pitch in George Town, it is little wonder that George Town’s Heritage Day had a big focus on the culinary arts when it took place on Tuesday 15th November. The George Town Farmers and Artisans …

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CIEF kick off their National Dressage Series

By Eve van den Bol The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation kicked off its National Dressage Series this past weekend with its first show of the season.  The Series consists of four Dressage shows that are held between November and May, which culminate in the naming of Season Champions in various …

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St. Ignatius Prep hold Sir John A. Cumber in entertaining draw

By  Neil Murray   With two weeks remaining in the regular seasons of the 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) and Girls’ Primary Football League (GPFL), the pressure is on for those schools looking to secure a spot in the elite Champions Cup competition.   This past Saturday, St. Ignatius …

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2016 CIWA Champion off to Peru

Local Jet-Ski 2016 CIWA Champion Javier Medina is off to Peru this weekend to participate in USBA Inka Jet Raid World Championships. He was chosen as one of the International riders to ride for CanAm Watercross on full sponsorship. Javier was chosen because of the sportsmanship shown at an international …

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Private/public sector partnership crucial in getting more Caymanians employed

Today Tara Rivers, Minister for Education, Employment and Gender Affairs, led a team of representatives from her Ministry who were in charge of government’s broad focus to get more employable Caymanians into the workforce, in a roundtable discussion for the media, giving an update on their success so far. Dianne …

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Ministry of Gender Affairs to celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs will be hosting a Lunch and Learn session on Wednesday, 30 November for women entrepreneurs and anyone who is considering starting their own business.  The event is being put on in recognition of the globally celebrated Women’s Entrepreneurship Day which is commemorated …

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