Randy Edwards: One Man’s Fight for Life With No Kidneys on Dialysis Until Cleared ‘Cancer-Free’ for Transplant

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Unless you know him personally, you would never know of his fight for life with no kidneys. At 59-years-old, on the surface Randy Edwards is the perfect picture of health. Despite his medical condition he's well groomed, slim and trim, with a glowing complextion. Until last year, he didn't know life... Read more

Police Traffic Advisory: May 1st March in City of Hamilton

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Police issued a road traffic advisory this weekend, in the lead up to a march planned by the Bermuda Trade Union Congress (BTUC) on Monday, May 1st, in recognition of International Workers Day, also known as May Day. The 'Solidarity March' is scheduled to start from Victoria Park at 12 noon. The ... Read more

Dunch Moves to Set Record Straight on Scott’s Gaming Commission Job

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Gaming Commission Chairman Alan Dunch moved to "set the record straight" today on the recent appointment of One Bermuda Alliance MP Wayne Scott as Bermuda Casino's new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In a statement released this afternoon, Mr Dunch noted that "much has been said in the last week ... Read more

Police: 2016 Crime Stats Down With Increase in Murder & Violent Crime

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Crime in Bermuda fell by about four percent, making 2016 "the third lowest for total crime since the year 2000". But it was a year marred by an increase in violent crime with seven murders, five as a result of gun violence, and another 11 road traffic fatalities. Speaking at a news conference tod... Read more

Medical Professionals Join Brothers of Bermuda to Provide Free Healthcare For Uninsured

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Brothers of Bermuda has applied to the relevant government officials for a building to house a free medical service outlet for local residents without insurance due to unemployment. The local charity, which formed just over a year ago, has secured the services of a number of healthcare profession... Read more

Police: Shaundae Jones Murder Probe Ongoing 14 Years Later

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Fourteen years ago to the day, police issued a reminder that the investigation into the murder of Shaundae Jones remains open. The 20-year-old Warwick resident was gunned down outside Club Malabar, in Dockyard, during the early-morning hours of April 27, in 2003. In a statement released o... Read more

Police Deny 15-Minute Response Time in St George’s Water Street Disturbance

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The Bermuda Police Service has refuted claims that it took emergency responders 15 minutes to get to that reported disturbance in St George's from the Southside Police Station in St David's. A spokesman said tonight: "Contrary to statements made today, the Bermuda Police Service can report that t... Read more

PLP Senator Renee Ming: St George’s Suffering from “Frightening Escalation of Lawlessness

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Progressive Labour Party Senator Renee Ming added her voice to the call for a heavier police presence and improved CCTV surveillance in St George's. In a statement released today, the Shadow Minister of Municipalities said: "Reports of a violent robbery in broad daylight represents a frightening ... Read more

Police: $64,600 Seized & Forfeited Under Proceeds of Crime Act

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Magistrate Archibald Warner has granted a forfeiture application by the Crown to the tune of $64,600, in the case of Ugandan national Billy Odoch, who entered Bermuda illegally in December 2013. Odoch pleaded guilty to obtaining a UK passport by deception when charged on October 14, 2015, and was... Read more

Dockyard to New Ferry Dock in St George’s Starts on Wednesday

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The new ferry dock being constructed to facilitate cruise ship calls in the Old Towne of St George's is nearing completion with the Dockyard to St George's ferry run set to start on Wednesday. A spokesperson said: "The new ferry dock at Hunter's Wharf was required because the cruise ships will be... Read more