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Press Releases: September 2001

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Celebrating Older Persons
Under the theme "Building a Society for All Ages", seniors will visit schools to share childhood experiences with pupils. Published 3rd October, 12:00am
EHL Provides Peace of Mind
To monitor and reduce risks to human health, the lab has the testing facilities needed to compliment the regulatory role of the Department of Environmental Health. Published 2nd October, 12:00am
New Staffer for Environmental Health Lab
The lab has grown to accommodate the increased demand for its services and now has five staff. Published 2nd October, 12:00am
More Mail Dispatched
Mail items for Europe, Asia, Africa and the Bahamas have been sent via British Airways.  Published 2nd October, 12:00am
Cayman Ready to Assist U.S. Authorities
The Government has pledged to provide all possible assistance in the fight against terrorism. Published 28th September, 12:00am
Baroness Amos Statement on OT Environment Charter
To ensure the OTs' future prosperity, both global and local action are needed emphasised the Baroness.  Published 27th September, 12:00am
U.S. Mail to be Held
The Post Office is required to hold international mail headed to the United States for a minimum of 48 hours.  Published 25th September, 12:00am
Senior Manager Successful in Diploma Course
Nical Carter held a microscope up to reform as part of a graduate-level course in public sector management. Published 25th September, 12:00am
Avoid Unnecessary Licensing Fees
Cancel or suspend a vehicle license, or fees will continue to mount up even if the vehicle is not being driven. Published 25th September, 12:00am
Flags at Half Staff
In recognition of the victims of the terrorist attacks in the U.S. Published 21st September, 12:00am
Classic Mood for New National Gallery Exhibition
The show features oil paintings by a formally trained Soviet-born artist, now a local resident. Published 21st September, 12:00am
Speakers Take Human Rights Message to Schools
The presentations make young people aware of the role of human rights in their lives points out the Hon. Roy Bodden. Published 21st September, 12:00am
Children's Literary Collection Debuts New Look
Sponsored by Coutts (Cayman Ltd), the booklet contains the best poetry, prose and drama from the National Children's Festival of the Arts 2001. Published 21st September, 12:00am
New Season for Young at Arts
Beginning in mid-October, specialists in drama, dance and choir will hone students' skills at the Harquail Theatre.  Published 21st September, 12:00am
Symposium Delegates Sample Cayman Culture
Tours to the sites, invitations to Government House and hosts' homes, and a music and comedy show! Published 21st September, 12:00am
Human Rights Symposium Ends with Resolutions
Over 400 delegates from 21 countries compiled the resolutions after four days of discussion.  Published 21st September, 12:00am
USCG Sockeye Will Visit
The cutter has about a day in port at the end of the month. Published 21st September, 12:00am
US Coast Guard Cutter Cancels
The Chandeleur's schedule has changed.  Published 21st September, 12:00am
Tighter Security at Glass House
Visitors now sign in and out, and guests are met in the lobby and escorted while in the building.  Published 21st September, 12:00am
New Magazine for Local Culture
"Foundation" hopes to help Caymanians reconnect to their cultural heritage and create a public discussion. Published 21st September, 12:00am
Mary Miller Memorial Hall Opens
Two schools share the new multi-purpose facility in Red Bay. Published 21st September, 12:00am
FCO Contributes to Human Rights Symposium
The UK government finances delegates from several other OTs and a speaker. Published 20th September, 12:00am
Government Statement on Afghan Nationals
The three Afghans are in protective custody, and the Government is cooperating with U.S. officials. Published 20th September, 12:00am
Limited Mail Transport Resumes
Mail will once again flow in and out, but some challenges remain. Published 20th September, 12:00am
New Permanent Secretary Appointed
Mr. Charles E. Clifford holds the top civil service post in the Ministry of Tourism, Environment and Transport as of 1 September 2001.  Published 17th September, 12:00am
Public Servants Excel in Personnel Practice
All 16 participants in a distance-learning certificate programme successful, 12 earn merit or distinction.  Published 17th September, 12:00am
Rotary Boosts Reading Programme
The Club's literacy committee presents George Town Primary with a $2500 cheque. Published 17th September, 12:00am