MOVE Issues Statement on Recent Protest at Immigration Reform Meeting

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Hard on the heels of the most recent meeting on the thorny issue of obtaining Bermudian status, MOVE has called for the format of the public meetings to be changed to "provide a platform for individuals to stand on their feet and speak for themselves". This after a protest nearly shut down the me... Readmore

Transport Minister on the Current State of Bermuda’s Public Transportation System

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Transport Minister Walter Roban has disclosed that "right now the Department of Marine & Ports requires additional funding for the year, which, if it is not addressed, would leave Bermuda's marine fleet service unable to properly serve the island's residents and visitors alike". In two separa... Readmore

Public Works Minister to Set the Record Straight on Airport Mail Facility Move

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Bermuda Real has confirmed that the Minister of Public Works, Colonel David Burch will be addressing the airport mail facility statement made last week, on the contract agreement clause that requires the mail facility to move off the premises by this weekend, or pay penalties. Minister of Governm... Readmore

DPT: On Bus Cancellations Friday Morning

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The Department of Public Transportation announced another list of bus cancellations that will affect commuters again this morning. The cancellations include: The Number 10 bus from St George's to Hamilton at 8am and the return bus at 8:15am The Number 8 bus from Barnes Corner to Hamilton at ... Readmore

Police: Kerry Petty Identified as Eleventh Road Traffic Fatality Victim in 2017

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The Bermuda Police Service has confirmed the death of 38-year-old Kerry Petty who was killed in an early morning collision with a car being driven by another woman who was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving. A police spokesman said: "Ms Petty was seriously injured when the motorcycle she w... Readmore

Senators Pass New Regulatory Real Estate Act Unanimously

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Legislation that "modernises the operation and supervision" of Bermuda's real estate industry was passed unanimously by Senators on Wednesday. The new Real Estate Brokers' Licensing Act 2017, which replaces the law enacted in 1976, also brings Bermuda in line with the current compliance standards... Readmore

Female Motorcyclist Sustains Serious Injuries in Early Morning Accident in Southampton

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A female motorcyclist involved in an early morning road traffic collision with a car near Five Star Island, was rushed to the hospital's Emergency Department this morning. A police spokesman said details are unclear at this point in time but the rider's condition is believed to be serious. The... Readmore

DPT: On Daily Bus Cancellations Again Thursday Morning

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The Department of Public Transportation announced another list of bus cancellations that will affect commuters again this morning. The cancellations include: The Number 8 bus from Somerset to Hamilton at 6:30am The Number 8 bus from Dockyard to Hamilton at 7:05am The Number 10 bus from... Readmore

Editor’s Note: Wednesday’s News Beat Run Down

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Good Morning Bermuda Real Family! We have another busy day in store, starting with the Senate at 10am. Later this morning Health Minister Kim Wilson will hold a news conference on the Ministry's Throne Speech initiatives at 11am.  These initiatives include amending the Residential Care Homes... Readmore

BUT: National Grub Day for Caribbean Hurricane Relief on Friday

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Bermuda's school students, Ministry and Department of Education staff will join in on the fundraising drive to assist residents left stricken by two powerful hurricanes that swept through the Caribbean. The Bermuda Union of Teachers extended the invitation this week to participate in a national g... Readmore