Two Female Motorcyclists Injured In Road Traffic Accidents Including Tourist on Livery Cycle

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Two female motorcyclists were injured in road traffic accidents on Tuesday morning, including a female tourist on a livery cycle. And the Bermudian motorists remains listed in stable condition in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit. Police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehic... Readmore

Minister Cancels Planned News Conference on CBD Oil Following Lead by Kyjuan Brown

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Minister of Social Development and Sports, Michael Weeks was due to hold a news conference later today at 2pm, to discuss medical cannabis and no doubt CBD Oil. This after head of Northshore Medical and Aesthestics Center (NMAC), Dr Kyjuan Brown issued the following update on a case fought for and w... Readmore

Parliamentary Registrar’s Reminder – Advanced Polling for By-Election is Today May 31, 2018

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The Parliamentary Registrar's Office issued a reminder that advance polling for incapacitated and absent voters for the By-Election on June 7, will be held today May 31, 2018. Advanced Polling Locations and Hours 8 am – 8 pm: Constituency #22 Bermuda College Student Centre, Paget C... Readmore

CURB Applauds Anti-Racism Campaign by Roman Catholic Church of Bermuda

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Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda - CURB has today applauded the stance taken by the Roman Catholic Church to "engage and explore the subject of racism in the Bermuda-context". In a statement issued this afternoon, a CURB spokesperson said: "Recognizing and examining the history of the church an... Readmore

Ministry to Host Special Town Hall ‘Blockchain For Beginners’ Town Hall Meeting

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The Ministry of National Security will be hosting a very special town hall meeting this Thursday, May 31st - Blockchain for Beginners. This free public event will take place at the Pier 6 complex on Front Street, in the City of Hamilton at 6pm. Speaking at a news conference today, Minister Wayne C... Readmore

Premier Welcomes Officials From St Kitts & Nevis

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  This past weekend, Premier David Burt, welcomed to the Cabinet Office, the Governor-General's Deputy of St Kitts and Nevis, Mr. D. Michael Morton JP, with his wife, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Mrs Carlene Henry-Morton. They were joined by their Bermuda relatives whic... Readmore

Governor Appoints UK Top Cop to Replace Bermudian Police Commissioner

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Bermuda's Governor John Rankin has appointed Chief Superintendent Stephen Corbishley to succeed outgoing Commissioner of Police Michael DeSilva. The appointment, announced today, was made "following an open recruitment process in line with international best practice for selecting Chief Officers".&... Readmore

Sports Minister Commends All Groups in “Spectacular” 2018 Bermuda Day Parade

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Sports Minister Michael Weeks today commended all the groups who took part in the 2018 Bermuda Day Parade, the first to set off what is now an official three-day holiday weekend to coincide with the US Memorial Day holiday weekend.   In a statement released this afternoon, the Minister descri... Readmore

Congratulations to All 2018 Bermuda Day Parade Float Winners

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Congratulations to all the 2018 Bermuda Day Parade Float Winners. The Awards this year for Natural Heritage Floats in 1st place was Vasco Da Gama, Sandys Secondary Middle School placed second and Prospect Primary School placed third. For the floats exhibiting the best art work the Departm... Readmore

Prison Officers Host Seniors Tea During Corrections Week Events From May 25 to May 31

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Bermuda's prison officers hosted a big seniors tea this week as part of week-long series of events for Corrections Week from May 25 – May 31. The Department of Corrections observes Corrections Week on an annual basis to recognise the "work of Corrections Officers and support personnel in t... Readmore