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Hollywood comes to Cayman

In case you hadn’t heard, the magical world of movies has officially come to the Cayman Islands. Lights, camera and action are popping up everywhere...
OLEA in Camana Bay is one of multiple construction projects ready to resume.

Developers poised to lead economic recovery

As many as 50 major construction projects are ready to resume as soon as government gives the green light, according to some of Cayman’s major developers.

Foundation established to manage private-sector emergency fund

A private sector-led emergency recovery fund announced in early April and kicked off with an initial $1 million personal donation from Ken Dart is taking shape.

Dart donates $250,000 to charities

Eight non-profit organisations have received $25,000 each and $50,000 has gone to the Special Needs Foundation as part of $250,000 in grants distributed by Dart Enterprises.

Dart plans ‘iconic tower’ for Cayman

Dart Enterprises is planning to build a tower that would “greatly exceed” Cayman’s current 10-story height limit on buildings, Premier Alden McLaughlin said at Thursday’s Cayman Economic Outlook conference.

Students get ready to release the kraken in robot games

The kraken is a mythical monster capable of devouring whales and whole ships. The Kraken built by a team of Cayman Islands science students is somewhat less dangerous.

Dart waste management deal not yet signed

Work on a new suite of waste management facilities to replace the George Town landfill site is unlikely to begin until next year at the earliest.

KAABOO Cayman festival gets kickoff

A crowd of about 150 people attended a KAABOO kickoff event on Thursday night at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa’s Tiki Beach.

Cayman’s ‘Caroline coup’

The newest Grand Slam champion plans on serving aces for Grand Cayman. Caroline Wozniacki, who won the Australian Open on Saturday, recently signed a year-long marketing deal with Dart Enterprises that will see her become a part of the Cayman community.

Small fire causes cinema evacuation

A crowd of people was forced out of the Camana Bay Cinema on Thursday night, when a minor fire in the concessions area resulted in an evacuation of the theater. Three fire engines responded to the scene, and no one appeared to be hurt in the incident.

Camana Bay’s Regal cinema to be rebranded, run independently

Regal Cinemas Camana Bay Stadium 6 will be rebranded next month as “Camana Bay Cinema,” the Dart Enterprises company Active Capital Ltd. announced on Wednesday.

Waste management project to undergo EIA

An environmental impact assessment will be required before construction on the Cayman Island’s new waste-management infrastructure can commence.

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Dart chosen to build new waste management facility

A consortium of companies led by Dart Enterprises is in line to take over responsibility for waste management in the Cayman Islands in a 25-year deal that will involve the closure and capping of the existing George Town landfill.

Letter: Think before approving changes to our shoreline

Let us work together — building wisely for the future, as our forefathers built up Cayman — from the Islands Time Forgot to the financial leaders of the world.

Stakeholders break ground on nation’s first hospice facility

Cayman HospiceCare celebrated a long-awaited milestone Thursday evening with the groundbreaking of the islands’ first dedicated home for end-of-life care. The four-bed respite facility and administrative offices, planned for completion next year, are the result of extensive community support and one of the most successful private fundraising efforts in Cayman Islands history.

HospiceCare finds a place to call home

Cayman HospiceCare celebrated a long-awaited milestone Thursday evening, with the groundbreaking of the islands’ first, dedicated home for end-of-life care. The four-bed respite facility and administrative offices, planned for completion next year, come as the result of extensive community support and one of the most successful private fundraising efforts in Cayman Islands history.

Dart to close Britannia Golf Club next month

The Britannia Golf Club bordering the North Sound will close at the end of August, Dart Realty announced Monday, saying it was “commercially unfeasible” to keep the nine-hole course open.

Dart awards two student scholarships

Olympian Florence Allan is one of two recipients of the Minds Inspired William A. Dart Memorial Scholarship, along with Stephanie Gunby.
Point of Sand on Little Cayman.

Dart to conserve Little Cayman forest

A large piece of forest land on Little Cayman bought by the Dart Group in March will be held undeveloped for conservation purposes, with the possibility of creating a hiking trail open to the public, according to the company.

Push Across Cayman rolls into town

Stay-Focused, the New York-based scuba training and leadership development charity for teenagers with physical disabilities, hosts the fourth annual Push Across Cayman meal at Ortanique restaurant, and a six-hour, family-friendly “Push” this weekend.

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