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Bermuda Cyclists in Anguilla to Compete in John T Memorial Race This Weekend

Sports    |   

Sports Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Six of Bermuda’s cyclists are in Anguilla this weekend for the John T Memorial Race. According to Peter Dunne, President of the Bermuda Bicycle Association: "The six-man squad is lead by Kaden Hopkins and Conor White, ... Read more

Minister Roban on Environmental Protest: ‘A Show of Democracy at Work’

Environment    |   

"A show of democracy at work", is how the Minister with responsibility for the Environment described the protest action outside the House of Assembly on Friday by environmentalists demanding the need for action on climate change and pollution. Carrying plac... Read more

Ministry Partners With Titan Express & Extends Sold Out Mary Prince Tours in August

Community    |   

The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs has partnered with Titan Express "to offer a historical bus tour providing highlights of Mary Prince's autobiography, visiting three of the sites that she mentions in her book". According to the Minister of L... Read more

MPs Unanimously Pass Legislation to Raise Mandatory Retirement Age to 68

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Members of Parliament today gave their unanimous support and passed legislation to raise the mandatory retirement age for public service workers by three years - from 65 to 68. Speaking on the floor of the House of Assembly, Finance Minister Curtis Dick... Read more

Tourism Minister on Boosting Business in Newly Added Vacation Rental Homes Category

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Tourism Minister Zane DeSilva is looking to boost business in the newly added Vacation Rental Homes Category "recently added" to Bermuda's hotel industry. Speaking at a news conference held at "the beautifully landscaped premises of the Royal Palms Hotel an... Read more