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The Cayman Islands' national unity government is unlikely to take any disciplinary action against Speaker of the House McKeeva Bush, who on Monday was convicted of and sentenced for three counts of common assault and one count of disorderly conduct.
McKeeva Bush has said he will return the Speaker of the House’s chair at the next sitting of the Legislative Assembly.
Debate on the Domestic Partnership Bill started in the Legislative Assembly on Monday as Premier Alden McLaughlin said it touched on the "most contentious issue" that he has seen since he entered the house 20 years ago.
The Northern Caribbean University will hold a COVID-19 emergency fundraiser this weekend, aiming to raise US$1 million to $2 million for student scholarships.
North Side MLA Ezzard Miller has thrown his support behind the Opposition’s decision to walk out of the Legislative Assembly in protest Wednesday, saying they were right to do so.
Legislators flag the absence of acute services in the $15 million long-term residential mental health facility project.
Cayman legislators agree on the UK's proposed changes.
Legislator Ezzard Miller urges church leaders to consider alternatives to their hardline position on same-sex marriages.
Opposition Leader Arden McLean knocked Government’s US$2 billion fiscal package which he called an election budget.
Opposition Leader Arden McLean has said he has yet to be briefed on the constitutional changes proposed by the UK.
North Side MLA Ezzard Miller has unveiled his Cayman Islands People’s Party logo and constitution. On Wednesday Miller, who is the party's interim leader, announced that the party had formally registered as with the Elections Office.
Legislator Ezzard Miller said he will be asking two investigatory bodies to look into the finances of the North Side District Committee and its use of public funds. It comes after a decision was taken last week to cancel North Side Heritage Day celebrations.