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Seaga remembered in LA: Condolence books to be opened locally

Members of the Legislative Assembly paid special homage to former Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga in Wednesday (5 June) session. Mr. Seaga died last Tuesday in the...

Culture News Politics

Church groups set to march: Aim to reject same-sex marriages

Local church groups will take to the streets on Saturday (13 April.) They say they’ll be staging a peaceful demonstration to say no to same-sex marriage...

Business News Politics

Overreach from the bench? Miller questions same-sex ruling procedure

Opposition Leader Hon. Ezzard Miller calls on government to appeal Chief Justice Anthony Smellie’s same-sex marriage judgment. Mr. Miller was speaking at a media...

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Bryan takes motion to LA to ensure Caymanian-led posts are secured for all Gov’t entities

George Town Central MLA Kenneth Bryan says he wants Caymanians at the top of all government entities. He is taking a motion to the Legislative Assembly to make it happen...

News Politics

Saunders files motion to change retirement age limits for civil servants

Opposition lawmakers have all filed their Private Member’s Motions ahead of the new Legislative Assembly sitting in April. Among those motions are recommendations...

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McTaggart outlines Cayman’s economic performance

The Legislative Assembly is set to meet next month. In that sitting, it is expected that the government’s strategic policy statement and the budget will be...

Crime Culture News Politics

Last minute witness change on Day two of PAC hearing on anti-corruption report

There was a last minute change to the witness schedule on Thursday (31 January), as Public Accounts Committee hearings continued on the Auditor General’s...

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PAC to tackle Auditor General’s fighting corruption report

The Public Accounts Committee is set to tackle the Auditor General’s fighting corruption report on Wednesday (30 January) and Thursday (31 January) when it meets...

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Year in Review: September – October

To autumn and a look back at the major events that took place in September and October. The start of September brought the murder trial of William Ian Rivers, who was...

Crime News

DEH says prisoner-collaboration scheme still in “discussion phase”

The DEH said on Tuesday (4 November) that the initiative to get prisoners helping with garbage collection is yet to be fully signed off. This, in spite of the Health...

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Kittiwake crash: Church charged with negligence

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Speaker Bush clears air on Dart’s iconic tower