Robert Bassett: Introduces New Artist at Art Exhibit Opening Friday

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For the first time since December, Bermudian artist Robert D Bassett is set to open a new exhibit on Friday, featuring a new artist. He has been working flat out ever since Christmas on ‘Rhythm of the Hue’, which opens at the Onion Gallery of the Bermuda Society of Arts City Hall gallery. ... Readmore

Exclusive: Kamal Worrell On Court of Appeal Victory

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Lawyer Kamal Worrell has adopted a wait and see approach now that Bermuda’s Court of Appeal has dismissed the Crown’s appeal against him, on charges that he conspired with others to have a prosecution witness give false evidence. Nearly two weeks after Court of Appeal threw out the case filed... Readmore

Commercial Kitchens: Mandatory Grease Traps In September

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Effective this September, all local commercial food establishments will be required to equip their kitchens with “an approved type and adequately sized grease interceptor”. In a statement released by the Ministry of Health and Seniors on Sunday, a spokeswoman said: “This will allow for the ... Readmore

Man Paid $300,000 for New Buses Disappears with Taxpayers’ Money

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Transport Ministry officials have confirmed a Bermuda Real exclusive report on the case of new government buses that were paid for in advance to a man in Belgium, who cashed the cheque, then vanished from the face of the earth. Reliable sources told Bermuda Real several weeks ago, that former Pub... Readmore

Premier: What Great Britain’s EU Withdrawal Means for Bermuda

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Hard on the heels of Britain’s decision to pull out of the European Union by way of the referendum vote, Bermuda’s Premier Michael Dunkley asserted today that the Bermuda Government “respects the decision of the British people and will work alongside the UK Government to ensure the interests o... Readmore

‘No/No’ In Same Sex Invalid Referendum Result

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They came out by the thousands to cast their votes as Bermudians stamped a resounding ‘no/no’ on their ballots to reject same-sex marriages and civil unions in Bermuda. But at the end of the day $350,000 of taxpayer money was spent for a nonbinding result that is also invalid. The results wer... Readmore

Sustainable Water Supply For St George’s

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Every sixty seconds 115 gallons of water is used at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. An estimated $40,000 a year is spent on supplying water to the prison facilities in St George’s. That’s just two figues released by Public Works Minister Craig Cannonier on Bermuda’s astronomical c... Readmore

One Man Arrested in Smash & Grab Jewellery Robbery

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Police have arrested one of three suspects in connection with a smash and grab robbery yesterday at Vera P Card in St George’s. The incident occurred at about 11:30am on Wednesday when three men entered the east end jewellery store and smashed a display case and stole jewellery. A police spo... Readmore

Kamal Worrell Wins DPP Appeal

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The lawyer who represented himself in the Supreme Court on charges that he conspired to have a prosecution witness to give false evidence and won, has now won the appeal filed by the Director of Prosecution’s Carrington Mahoney. In a 16-page ruling handed down on June 17th, Court of Appeal Pres... Readmore

Police: Two Men Arrested in Crockwell Murder Investigation

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Senior officers of the police Serious Crime Unit confirmed today that two men have been arrested in connection with the early morning fatal shooting of St George’s Cup Match cricketer Fiqre Crockwell on Monday, June 20th. Assistant Commissioner of Police Antoine Daniels opened today’s press c... Readmore