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Premier: New local access road to relieve Red Bay traffic woes

Premier Alden McLaughlin has said agreement has been reached with Grand Harbour and Davenport Development for a local access road for the Red Bay and Prospect communities to ease traffic woes in the area.

Signal to ease Grand Harbour traffic

The National Roads Authority is installing a new traffic signal on South Sound Road in an effort to ease traffic on Crewe Road and Linford Pierson Highway during evening rush hour. The signal is expected to begin operating on 19 Aug.

CUC outage announced for Bimini Drive

CUC has issued an advisory that customers on Bimini Drive off Shamrock Road in the Grand Harbour area should expect interruptions to their electrical service on Sunday, 4 Aug., between 7am and 1pm.

Developer plans ‘mini Camana Bay’ at Grand Harbour

The developers behind a new project in the Grand Harbour area are aiming to create a “mini Camana Bay” after being granted planning permission last week.

New restaurants, retail outlets planned for Grand Harbour

Plans for a new $30 million development in Grand Harbour, including homes, shops, restaurants, a café and a bakery have been submitted to the Central Planning Authority.
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Food truck robbed

A masked man armed with a machete robbed a food truck on Crewe Road early Saturday morning.

Casas in the sky: First ‘air parcels’ approved in Cayman Islands

Owning a little piece of the rock has long been part of the Caymanian dream. Now, for the first time, homeowners can buy a slice of the sky.

Strategic Policy Statement: A detailed look at premier’s long-term plans

In a lengthy speech Friday, Premier Alden McLaughlin outlined the broad strokes of government’s policy agenda through to the end of 2021.

Breast Cancer Foundation prepares for beach walk

Lydia Forbes of the Breast Cancer Foundation shows off the ‘Light Up the Night’ beach walk T-shirts, which participants in the annual fundraiser can don while they stroll along Seven Mile Beach on March 3.

Road work to begin near Grand Harbour

The National Roads Authority will be conducting repairs and upgrades along the Grand Harbour Roundabout over the next few weekends. That work will begin on Sunday, Nov. 4.

Wheels up for scooter tournament

Daredevil youngsters will compete for prizes and prestige at the Cayman Islands International Scooter Tournament this weekend.

Postponed fire truck pull to be held Saturday

A fire truck pull in memory of the late fire chief Kirkland Nixon, which was postponed last weekend because of inclement weather, will be held on Saturday at Grand Harbour.

Saturday fundraiser for charity Acts of Random Kindness at Salty’s

Charity Acts of Random Kindness is hosting a community barbecue and fundraiser at Salty’s in Grand Harbour on Saturday.
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Road closure in Grand Harbour area

Edgewater Way near the Careenage Condominiums in the Grand Harbour area of George Town will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday, Jan 2-5 for the purposes of work being done by CUC and the Water Authority.

Auto school to open at Hope Academy

Efforts to open a small trade school are quietly under way in Grand Harbour. Youth worker Michael Myles is setting up a training facility for mechanics in a new partnership between Hope Academy and several private sector partners.

Robbery victim says he was hit by bullet

A robbery victim says contrary to initial police reports about a Wednesday night armed holdup at Grand Harbour, there was a gunshot and he was hit.

Construction begins on $80 million Periwinkle housing development

Construction is set to begin Monday on the Periwinkle housing development, a project in Grand Harbour that aims to be Cayman’s first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified community. Developers pegged the cost of the project at $80 million.

Wheels up at Black Pearl Skate Park summer camp

Looking for something to entertain your kids this summer? Whether they’re already a skateboarding or scooter fanatic, or you just want to encourage them to venture outdoors and do something active, the summer camp at Black Pearl Skate Park in Grand Harbour is the perfect distraction.

New government, same challenges

Now that Cayman has elected a new government that will determine the territory’s fate for the next four years, there are issues I would like to highlight as crucial to the success of Cayman’s real estate industry.

85-home Grand Harbour project to break ground in May

Construction will begin in May on an 85-home canal-front community in Grand Harbour. The Periwinkle project has been approved by the Central Planning Authority and the first phase will break ground within the next two months, according to project manager Ryan Ostendorf.

Man mugged in broad daylight at Grand Harbour

A masked robber snatched a bag from a man in broad daylight at Grand Harbour on Wednesday morning, police said. The bag contained cash and checks from a nearby business, according to a statement released by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Thursday.

Family of late developer aims to complete Grand Harbour

The widow of Grand Harbour developer Mike Bell has outlined plans to fulfill his dream to complete a major residential, retail and restaurant development at the site.

Salty’s Sports Bar sets sail in Grand Harbour

The Shoppes at Grand Harbour will be celebrating new additions to the neighborhood this weekend when Salty’s Sports Bar and Mike’s (outdoor bar) officially open their doors.

Green community plan for Grand Harbour

An environmentally friendly housing development, featuring 85 homes, is planned for Grand Harbour.

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