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Press Releases: May 2010

Musical Interlude
Students took a welcome break from their studies to interact with veteran musician Wayne Armond from Chalice. 31st May 2010, 7:11pm
Smoking is Ugly
Protecting women from tobacco advertising is this year's World No Tobacco Day theme. 31st May 2010, 11:17am
World No Tobacco Day
Although NDC statistics confirm that women are still less likely to smoke than men, we cannot afford complacency, says Minister Scotland. 31st May 2010, 10:57am
Motivating Men
A free 13-week UCCI seminar offers guidance to young men. 28th May 2010, 5:25pm
Children Share the Arts
National Children's Festival of the Arts events continue through 18 June. 28th May 2010, 4:24pm
Budget Address Delayed
Moving it to 15 June will allow the new UK Government to examine Cayman's budget and three-year financial plan. 28th May 2010, 10:22am
High and Dry?
On GIS Spotlight: Hurricane evacuation plans, school renovations with a difference and a Get-in-Shape reunion 27th May 2010, 4:59pm
Acting Up!
Primary school students prepare to wow audiences with their rendition of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. 27th May 2010, 4:06pm
From the Jamaican Consulate
The Consulate provides details of a press center, its phone numbers and encourages people to consult the Jamaica Information Services website for information. 26th May 2010, 4:58pm
A Hundred-Not-Out!
Relatives, friends and officials joined centenarian Mr. Urban Myles to celebrate his birthday. 26th May 2010, 4:31pm
New Students' Health Screening
All new students are required to have health screenings before entering school. 26th May 2010, 4:08pm
Giving Back at CAYS Open Day
Former Frances Bodden residents inspire current residents. 26th May 2010, 4:01pm
Child Month Winds Down
Youth Fest kicks off a final weekend of Child Month activities. 25th May 2010, 4:39pm
Honduras Explored
GIS Spotlight takes advantage of Cayman Airways' latest direct flight and experiences the sights and sounds of Honduras. 24th May 2010, 7:00pm
Travel Advice
Consult your home countries' advice first, if you're thinking about travelling to Jamaica. 24th May 2010, 4:54pm
Queen's Birthday Observed
Her Majesty's birthday will be celebrated with the traditional ceremony and reception. 24th May 2010, 4:48pm
High-level Field Trip
Governor Taylor explores Cayman's history at the National Museum. 24th May 2010, 4:34pm
Board Games Night Scores!
Parents and children had fun while they played for prizes at Hobbies and Books. 24th May 2010, 4:20pm
An Award for Miss Vernecia
For her community service, Mrs. Vernecia Watler has received the 2010 Child Month Award. 24th May 2010, 4:12pm
National Weather Service Day
The Met Office will have a new name and a celebration on 1 June. 21st May 2010, 6:25pm
Week of the Young Child
Events have been planned to celebrate children ages 8 years and younger; their parents; and caregivers. 21st May 2010, 5:50pm
Saddened Colleagues
Civil servants - including the Deputy Governor - share memories of the late Dr. Pedley. 21st May 2010, 5:12pm
Traffic Changes Drafted
A government panel has proposed traffic safety improvements to West Bay Road. 21st May 2010, 4:55pm
Travel Documents
The Governor's Office is reminding everyone to ensure that all travel documents are in order before the hurricane season begins. 21st May 2010, 4:05pm
MRCU Controls Mosquitoes
MRCU has combined ground-fogging and aerial spraying to bring the pests under control. 21st May 2010, 12:20pm
Arbour Day Celebrated
Several primary school students learned the importance of planting trees. 19th May 2010, 4:25pm
Dr. Pedley Passes Away
Longtime civil servant Dr. Philip Pedley passed away in the US on Tuesday, 18 May. 19th May 2010, 3:38pm
Premier's Statement on EU Directive
The Premier says the Monetary Authority has been studying the new rules for hedge funds, and Government believes that Cayman meets the Directive's requirements. 19th May 2010, 10:35am
Doing Something Locally
An active American church reaches out, in love, to people throughout Cayman. 18th May 2010, 4:52pm
Building Together
NCB Homes has made a generous donation to the Family Resource Centre. 18th May 2010, 4:33pm
Hurricane Season Soon Come!
On this week's GIS Spotlight show: Disaster preparedness at the HSA; becoming a shelter volunteer and creating a hurricane kit for every budget. 18th May 2010, 12:49pm
Stroke Secrets Shared
The Fraser brothers made a splash at the Lion's Pool sharing some of their training secrets with young swimmers. 14th May 2010, 11:46am
Court Room Advocacy
The CI Law School's closely fought moot competition provided valuable experience. 14th May 2010, 11:19am
School Registration Deadline
First-time government school students must register between 20 April and 20 July. 11th May 2010, 9:13am
Shelter Managers Needed
No previous experience needed, since training will be provided. 10th May 2010, 12:57pm
The Missing Link
This week on GIS Spotlight: help to locate missing persons, thank a teacher and meet the people behind 'clean' financial transactions. 10th May 2010, 12:46pm
Software Safety
A computer software donation enhances public library computer safety. 7th May 2010, 3:15pm
Shrinking Obesity
Don't miss The Big Hurt on the local cable channels as it takes on childhood obesity. 7th May 2010, 3:07pm
"GIS Spotlight" Scores Again
Additional awards confirm the weekly television team's high calibre work. 7th May 2010, 2:54pm
Mock Hurricane Threatens
The National Hazard Management Council activates its committees in response to an emergency drill. 5th May 2010, 10:01am
Boundary Meetings Continue
Voters in the Cayman Islands are encouraged to attend district meetings with the Electoral Boundary Commissioners. 3rd May 2010, 2:28pm
"Help Us Help You," says CIO
Striving for enhanced efficiency, the Department of Immigration seeks application accuracy. 3rd May 2010, 1:53pm
Story-time Adventures
The GT Public Library brings Saturday entertainment to families in conjunction with Rotary Central. 3rd May 2010, 1:41pm