Marsh Bermuda Employee Tops 30,000 Colleagues For Volunteer Hours Globally

Community   |   

Marsh Bermuda employee, Karen Roberts-Ray, was recently named the top individual volunteer out of 30,000 global colleagues. Ms Roberts-Ray was named as the top employee, as the Bermuda office of Marsh and Guy Carpenter was recognised for its charitable efforts in 2017 by Marsh & McLennan... Readmore

BHB Announces New CT Heart Scans at KEMH

Health   |   

The Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) is now offering hi-tech computerised CT heart scans, that can detect calcium deposits and other problems that can lead to circulatory blockages and other heart ailments. In what is now the only source of CT scans as a result of the closure of the CT unit at the B... Readmore

Seven Grams of Cannabis Decriminalised But That Ganja’s Still Illegal

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There's a new public awareness campaign now underway, to make sure you know that possessing seven grams of marijuana is cool - BUT don't light up in public and think you can get away with it. Flanked by two top ranking police officers, newly appointed Minister of Social Development and Sports, Mi... Readmore

Police: Male Motorcylist “Trapped” Under Car in ICU With Serious Head Injuries

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Another male motorcyclist is in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit tonight, being treated for serious head injuries, after he was "trapped underneath the car" in a two-vehicle collision. Police and first responders were dispatched to the scene on North Shore Road, just east of Barkers Hill around... Readmore

Police Vehicle Crashes Into Roadside Hedge in St George’s & Two Injured in Paget

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A police vehicle crashed into a hedge along St David's Road in St George's this morning. The accident occurred around 11:15am this morning (February 27th). A spokesman said: "No other vehicle was involved and a tow truck subsequently assisted in removing the police Land Cruiser from the hedge.... Readmore

Public Works Issues Reminder on Garbage Collection For Those Who Missed The Memo

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The Ministry of Public Works issued a public reminder today, for residents who apparently missed the memo on the collection day for their areas during the once-a-week garbage collection schedule. Householders were urged to "know your day", while the one day a week schedule, which will remain in e... Readmore

Opinion: Enough With PLP Airport Spin, Get On With It by Michael Dunkley, JP, MP

Opinion   |   

[caption id="attachment_1857" align="alignleft" width="372"] Opposition MP Michael Dunkley - Former Premier[/caption] Bermudians should understand that the PLP government will never ever say the airport project is a good deal for Bermuda - no matter the facts, no matter the positive professional ... Readmore

BTA: Electronic Fares Planned for Bermuda Ferry Rides

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The Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA), in partnership with the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs, is seeking a vendor to deliver online ticket selling for public ferry rides. A Request for Proposal was published on Monday, to attract local and international bidders. The BTA cites incr... Readmore

DPT Denies Six Sightseeing Coordinators Were Made Redundant

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The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) has flatly denied that six bus Sightseeing Coordinators have been made redundant. Responding to the report published by Bermuda Real on February 19, the DPT also said there's "nothing unusual" about the length of time it has taken to release the new b... Readmore

Police: Young Female Motorist Injured in Two Vehicle Collision in Hamilton Parish

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A 16-year-old female motorcyclist sustained a leg injury in a two-vehicle road traffic accident on Saturday, February 24, was rushed to the hospital's Emergency Department for treatment yesterday. Police say the accident occurred around 2:10pm on Saturday, February 24th, on North Shore Road in Ha... Readmore