5 things you need to know this week- October 11

Congratulations to OLEA, a waterfront development of condos in Camana Bay developed by NCB Group and Dart Real Estate for being awarded the Five-Star Award  for Best Sustainable Residential Development at the Americas Property Awards in Toronto last week.   Cayman’s Civil Service is set to launch their anti-bullying strategy at this end of this

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5 things you need to know this week – September 27

With more than 2,500 healthcare professionals being evacuated to avoid the turmoil of Hurricane Dorian, the Caribbean hotel and tourism association has launched a “Tourism Jobs for Bahamians” in order to assist in the job hunt for these hurricane-affected workers.   The first annual SumSplash Fest event is taking place tonight at the Festival Green,

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5 things you need to know this week- September 20

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has partnered with the Cayman Islands National Trust to purchase 10 acres of land in East End in order to protect the natural habitat for birds and other native species.   It’s here! Today is 7th Annual Big Shave! Thank you to all of  Hannah’s Heroes . Since its inception, the charity has 

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6 Tips for Surviving Event Day

Whether you are a pro or new to the planning game, planning an event usually involves busy days, long hours, and extreme multi-tasking, but following these 6 tips will help you avoid some common event-day mishaps. 1. Have plenty of staff at registration Assign specific duties to your staff and volunteers in different areas such

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5 things you need to know this week- September 16

For the first time in Cayman’s history, a people-initiated referendum has called for a national vote in regards to the cruise port project. With a total of 5,302 signatures from registered voters, the future of the $200 million project is now in the hands of the public.   With the recent devastation upon the Bahamas

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