Postal Staff Completes Airport Mail Facility Moves to Mills Creek

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Postal staff have completed the airport mail facility move to Mills Creek, in the contracted multi-million dollar airport redevelopment plan will ultimately cost local taxpayers $360,000 in building modifications, and another $30,000 a month in rent. Minister of Government Reform, Lovitta Foggo, ... Readmore

Police: Car Overturns in Single Vehicle Crash on South Road in Devonshire

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Police and first responders were dispatched to the scene of a reported single vehicle car crash in Devonshire around 7:20pm last night, near the junction with Devonshire Bay Road. A spokesman said: "It appears that the car involved was being driven in an easterly direction when it struck a wall a... Readmore

Government Reform: Dunkley on Amended Ministerial Code of Conduct For MPs

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One Bermuda Alliance MP and former Premier Michael Dunkley, supports "a specific" Ministerial Code of Conduct for Members of Parliament. And he supports "the House looking at one". Responding to the new updated and strengthened document, due to be tabled in the House of Assembly by Minister of Go... Readmore

Police: A Third Contingent of Officers Go On BVI Humanitarian Mission

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A third contingent of six officers from the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) set out on a three week humanitarian mission to the British Virgin Islands on Saturday, to provide armed support to the policing operation on the island following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines... Readmore

Site Relaunched on Travel Expenses Incurred by Government Ministers

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The site where constituents can go to see details on the travel costs and expenses incurred by Government Ministers was relaunched today. Minister of Government Reform, Lovitta Foggo, noted that the page contains current and historic information, which will be updated whenever Ministers travel ab... Readmore

Truck Driver Sustains Minor Burns as a Result of Fuel Spill in Flatts Village

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A local truck driver sustained minor burns to his eyes and body as a result of a fuel spill in Flatts Village earlier today. The incident occurred shortly after 9:30am at the Rubis Van Buren Service Station. The man was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, where he was treated before hi... Readmore

Police: Investigation Into Twelfth Road Traffic Fatality Continues as Female Driver Remains in ICU

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Police confirmed today that the 29-year-old Warwick woman believed to be the driver of the car involved in that fatal car crash on Saturday night, remains listed in stable condition in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit. The crash claimed the life of 30-year-old Rakai Augustus and a police spokes... Readmore

Bermuda’s Charities: If You’re Involved in Raising Funds Then This Workshop is For You

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The Bermuda Chapter of the Association of Professional Fundraisers (APF), will host a half-day workshop later this month, geared solely to help fundraisers deal with the shift in philanthropy, and the ongoing paper chase for charitable dollars to support their cause. Participants are invited to h... Readmore

Seniors Turn Out in Record Numbers For MP DeSilva’s 12th Annual Tea Party

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Close to 300 of Bermuda's elders turned out in their Sunday best yesterday for Progressive Labour Party (PLP) MP Zane DeSilva's 12th Annual Seniors Tea Party at Bermuda Institute's School Hall. Among those gathered for the festive event was 97-year-old Ms Eleanor Dillas, who was honoured for bein... Readmore

Police Confirm Twelfth Road Traffic Fatality Death of Rakai Augustus

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The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) tonight confirmed the death of 30-year-old Rakai Augustus, who tragically lost his life in a single vehicle car crash just before midnight last night on York Street in St Georges. While extending condolences to his family and friends, a police spokesman said: "Mr ... Readmore