DPT Staff Present Family of Former Colleague with Cheque to Offset Medical Costs

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  News Release, Tuesday, December 11, 2018 -  Today, staff members from the Department of Public Transportation (DPT) presented the family of former DPT Dispatcher and Inspector, Anthony Lodge with a cheque in the amount of $2,260 to help offset Mr Lodge’s medical costs.  On ... Readmore

Bermuda Road Safety Council Chairman To Distribute Designated Driver Buttons Friday, 14 December

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News Release: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 -  Bermuda Road Safety Council (BRSC) Chairman, Dennis Lister III JP MP, will host a second pop-up event on Friday, 14 December at 1:30 pm outside of City Hall to distribute Designated Driver (D/D) buttons. Chairman Lister hosted the first of two D... Readmore

Hotel’s Christmas Market a Hit For Spectators of City Boat Parade

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This year's Christmas Boat Parade fans who opted to catch their views at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club came in for an array of local treats at the hotel's  European style Christmas market, located in the main courtyard of the hotel. The market features an array of local busines... Readmore

BTA: Brand Events Manager Position Filled in New York

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Hamilton, Bermuda (December 10, 2019) – Thomas Lightbourne has been hired as brand events manager, the Bermuda Tourism Authority announced on Monday. The young Bermudian talent moves over from the Corporation of Hamilton where he had eight years of experience in event management and marketing, inc... Readmore

Police Arrest 21-Year-Old Man in Connection With Gun Murder of Paul Johnson, 33

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Police detectives investigating Bermuda's latest gun murder say it's too early to tell whether it was gang related, but seniors officers attached to the Serious Crime Unit confirmed that the  lone gunman waited outside the victim's home and shot him several times before leaving the area. Spe... Readmore

House: Seniors to See a Pension Increase in January 2019

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Bermuda's seniors will see an increase in their pensions next month after MPs supported the increase of 1.4 percent on Friday. Finance Minister Curtis Dickinson submitted the Contributory Pensions (Amendments of Benefits) Order 2018, amid claims by Opposition MPs that the rate increase was "embar... Readmore

Police: Seven Impaired Motorists Arrested Between Friday Night & Sunday Morning

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Police arrested a total of seven motorists were arrested for impaired driving between Friday night (December 7th) and early Sunday morning (December 9th). A police spokesman said: "Five impaired drivers were arrested at road sobriety checkpoints from Friday night until early Saturday morning. Anoth... Readmore

Former Police Commissioner Frederick ‘Penny’ Bean Dies in 83rd Year

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Regretfully, Bermuda Real has learned of the death of former Commissioner of Police Frederick 'Penny' Bean, who sadly died this weekend in his 83rd year. A police spokesman said tributes and condolence on behalf of Mr Bean's relatives and a host of his former colleagues on behalf of the Bermuda P... Readmore

BHB: X-Ray Machine at Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre Out of Service

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News Release, Friday, December 7, 2018 - The Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) today advises that the X-ray machine at the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre is awaiting replacement parts. X-ray services at the UCC cannot be provided until the parts arrive, which we hope will be by early next week. We will... Readmore

House: Home Affairs Ministry Investigating Complaints of Price Gouging

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[caption id="attachment_2359" align="alignleft" width="368"] Deputy Premier & Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban[/caption] Home Affairs Minister Walter Roban told MPs today that Consumer Affairs has received a number of complaints of price gouging when it comes to "the hike in prices of ce... Readmore