Tag: CNS Local Life

Trademark registration doubles in Cayman

Trademark registration doubles in Cayman

| 27/08/2018
(CNS Local Life): There has been a surge in local registrations for company brands following the passing of a new Trade Marks Law, which is part of the modernised legal framework for intellectual property (IP) in the Cayman Islands. According to the Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO [...]

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Golden Spoons Review: Saltwater Grill

Golden Spoons Review: Saltwater Grill

| 24/08/2018
(CNS Foodie): I am always eager to try a new restaurant that emerges on the scene, but prefer to wait a while to let them work out the bugs (hopefully, not literally!). While Saltwater Grill has been open for just a few months, it is the latest addition to a chain of restaurants, each with [… [...]

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How loud can you play music when driving?

How loud can you play music when driving?

| 23/08/2018
I was wondering if there was some sort of legal limit on how loud music should be in one’s car? I have stopped next to people whose music is booming and I myself have had music playing very loudly in my car (some music is just better loud). I ask this because when I have […] [...]

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Permanent resident wants to join the RCIPS

Permanent resident wants to join the RCIPS

| 17/08/2018
I see that the RCIPS has now opened up recruitment to include expats who have been legally resident for at least four years. A few years back, it used to be the same, we had to be on Island a certain amount of time in order to apply. When I reached the required time, they […] [...]

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Looking for therapy for swallowing difficulty

Looking for therapy for swallowing difficulty

| 15/08/2018
I’m trying to find a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) on Grand Cayman who is able to administer the McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Programme (MDTP). I have dysphagia as a result of radiation therapy 16 years ago to my neck to treat cancer. A side effect is damage to my swallowing mechanism. MDTP look [...]

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Dog poop and leash laws

Dog poop and leash laws

| 13/08/2018
I will be moving to Grand Cayman and bringing my dog. Is there anywhere I can walk my dog or let him off the leash? [...]

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‘Days of our Lives’, Cayman-style

‘Days of our Lives’, Cayman-style

| 10/08/2018
With everything going on about women being sexual assaulted by various civil servants, can you advise if there is a policy for office romances? My boss is married but having an office affair with a subordinate. They have been together for years and caught kissing, and rumour has it that last year tw [...]

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Can my family apply to be naturalised?

Can my family apply to be naturalised?

| 07/08/2018
I am an expat who has worked with the government for the last 10 years. I do not have permanent residency. My daughter and wife are dependants on my contract and they have been here with me during that time except for about a year and a half when my wife was studying overseas and […] [...]

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Feral dogs menacing the neighbourhood

Feral dogs menacing the neighbourhood

| 30/07/2018
How do we eradicate dangerous feral dogs? I made complaints to the police because my family’s pet cats were being killed by the dogs. The police reported that the Department of Agriculture were setting traps, but none were set. Cats in the neighbourhood have continued to be attacked. DoA cannot se [...]

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Recycling in Cayman not a waste

Recycling in Cayman not a waste

| 23/07/2018
A month ago, Foster’s Food Fair gave me a recycling box (kudos to FFF) which I have since been using to throw out my cardboard, plastic, glass and aluminium. I dutifully bring the items in the box to the proper recycling bins by Kirk supermarket. Recently someone told me it’s pointless to recycl [...]

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August completion for South Sound boardwalk

August completion for South Sound boardwalk

| 20/07/2018
(CNS Local Life): Work is expected to completed by the end of August on the 1,500-foot-long South Sound boardwalk, which will include a bike lane, three major beach access points and parking. The boardwalk will extend from the public boat ramp to just east of the shoe tree, a popular feature which h [...]

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