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Cayman Compass: Cayman International School gears up to open new preschool

This may not be the best space for someone with obsessive compulsive disorder. Straight lines are in short supply.

Cayman International School’s new preschool, which opens to students next week, feels like one of those hard candies with a soft centre. The subdued architecture of the exterior gives no hint of the squishy insides, where curves and unconventionally shaped doorways and openings create an environment it’s hard to believe any kid would not be attracted to.

Photo credit: Cayman Compass

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Cayman Distributors Group investing in the Cayman Islands Brewery

Cayman Distributors Group (CDG) and the Cayman Islands Brewery (CIB) are pleased to confirm that CDG is investing in the brewery.

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Dart welcomes Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach to hospitality portfolio

Dart and Seven Mile Suites Ltd. are pleased to announce that they have entered into a purchase agreement for Dart to acquire the Comfort Suites Seven Mile Beach hotel in Grand Cayman.

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The Grand Design: Universal Access

It was just last year that the Cayman Islands’ first Mobi-Mat was unveiled at the Seven Mile Public Beach, enabling people of all abilities to access the white sands and turquoise waters for which the country is known. The result of a partnership between Rotary Central and the National Council for Persons with Disabilities, the roll-out beach access pathway was also the first of its kind in the Caribbean. Since the launch of the first Mobi-Mat, a second pathway was installed at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and the country’s third Mobi-Mat is slated for installation at Coral Beach, a new food and beverage amenity scheduled to open in July at the Camana Bay Beach.

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Cayman Compass: Dart is granted 3-D parcel for Camana Bay Tunnel

The Dart group has been granted permission to create a three-dimensional parcel above its tunnel on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway.

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Land donated by Dart to New Zealand government becomes a recreation reserve

Land donated by the Kenneth B. Dart Foundation to the New Zealand government has been designated a recreation reserve.

The Wairoa Gorge land, which comprises 2,127 acres of native forest in the Tasman, Nelson region of the South Island, will be held in perpetuity by the Department of Conservation, partnering with the Nelson Mountain Bike Club to provide public access to the property’s network of trails.

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Dart Announces Peppercorn Lease with Cayman Islands Humane Society

After two years of discussion with the Cayman Islands Humane Society, Dart announced this week that it will grant a peppercorn lease for almost two acres of land at Camana Bay to facilitate the construction of a new, purpose-built facility.

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