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PACT government refutes rumours of discord within the ranks

Both Premier Wayne Panton and Deputy Premier Chris Saunders have dismissed rumours of dissension within government's ranks, saying the PACT administration will not be distracted by "nonsense".

PACT releases its 100-day report

The PACT government has released its report on its first 100 days in office, highlighting among its achievements the phased border-reopening plan and the adoption of a code of conduct for ministers.

Opposition calls for PACT border-reopening plan, knocks ‘silence’

Opposition Leader Roy McTaggart has taken aim at the Premier Wayne Panton-led PACT government over its delay in announcing a formal reopening plan, saying a target date is needed now.

Last ride for George Town shuttle service met with disappointment

The sudden end to the free hop-on, hop-off shuttle service for George Town has left riders upset and drivers uncertain about their employment options.

The first 100 days: How PACT could look to make a quick impact

As the Cayman Islands looks ahead to a new era under the leadership of Premier Wayne Panton, a blueprint for the possible direction of the country is beginning to emerge.

Panton announces new Cabinet

Premier Wayne Panton has announced the members of his Cabinet under the PACT government.

Lawmakers recount gruelling campaign, urge ‘country first’

Cayman's new government, led by Premier Wayne Panton, has called for a 'country first' approach as the island's 19 elected MPs leave what has been a gruelling political contest behind.

Juliana, Isaac join PACT government

Former Education Minister Juliana O’Connor-Connolly has accepted a Cabinet position in Wayne Panton’s government, while new East End representative Isaac Rankine has come back to the coalition of independents.

Bush explains PACT with Panton

West Bay West MP McKeeva Bush issued a fresh apology for his assault on a woman last year as he confirmed he signed on to be Speaker in Wayne Panton’s coalition of independents in a move that could help them secure the government.

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