Auditor General Urges Government to Get On $1.2 Million SAGE & COI Recommendations

News   |   

Whatever happened to the recommendations set out by the Spending and Government Efficiency (SAGE) Commission? Five years later with a change of Government, what has become of the SAGE Report and the recommendations contained in the more recent  Commission of Inquiry? The subject was raise... Read more

Government House Gardens Closed to Public Until Summer of 2019

Community   |   

[caption id="attachment_2195" align="alignleft" width="365"] Governor John Rankin[/caption] The opening of the Government House Gardens to the public each Sunday afternoon from 12 noon to 5pm came to an end last Sunday, 26 August. The grounds have been open since May 27 and have been&nb... Read more

Police Confirm Investigation Into Video Circulating on Local Social Media Circuit

News   |   

Anyone who surfs the local social media circuit will have seen the video circulating showing two young males "behaving suspiciously around a house".   Both the video and still shot images clearly show the faces of the two young men, and police no doubt have leads on their identities.   ... Read more

Minister Signs Condolence Book Following the Passing of CV ‘Jim’ Woolridge, CBE, JP

News   |   

Earlier today, (August 30), the Acting Premier and Minister of Public Works, Lieutenant-Colonel David A. Burch signed the Condolence Book at the Cabinet Office after the passing of the late CV 'Jim' Woolridge, CBE, JP. The public is reminded that the Condolence Book is available for signing until W... Read more

Police: Specific Appeal for Witnesses Regarding Seventh Road Fatality

News   |   

The Bermuda Police Service Roads Policing Unit continues to investigate the circumstances behind the apparent single vehicle motorcycle collision that claimed the life of 18 year old Jen-Naya Simmons on 15th July, 2018.   The collision occurred east of the Aquarium on North Shore Road in Hamil... Read more

SCC Cup Match Team’s Dion Stovell Presented With MVP Award

Sports   |   

Sports Minister Michael Weeks today presented Dion Stovell with the the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award for his performance in Cup Match 2018. The presentation was held today in the boardroom of the Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation. Minister Weeks said he took "great honour" in pres... Read more

Household Waste Collection in Advance of Labour Day Holiday on Saturday, September 1

Community   |   

The Ministry of Public Works is reminding that due to the Labour Day holiday on Monday September 3, household waste normally collected on Monday, (all households from Dockyard to Lighthouse Road, Southampton) will be collected on Saturday, September 1st. All other household waste collection for nex... Read more

Bermudian Chevening Scholars Celebrated at Government House

News   |   

Last week Governor, John Rankin, welcomed Stratton Hatfield to Government House, to congratulate him on the award of a Chevening Scholarship.   Stratton, Director of Development at BE Solar, will undertake a Masters of Science in Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Design at B... Read more

Bermuda Post Office Shopping initiative

Community   |   

The Ministry for the Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform is seeking information from interested vendors who can facilitate an online shopping platform for the Bermuda Post Office (BPO). The BPO’s web-based shopping initiative is part of the Ministry’s aim to expand and mode... Read more

First Time Since 2006 There Was an Increase in Jobs Held by Bermudians in 2017

News   |   

The Department of Statistics released the 2018 edition of the Bermuda Job Market Employment Briefs, highlighting the main findings of the 2017 Annual Employment Survey, and the 2017 Employment Survey Tabulation Set. The briefs provide a broad count of all filled jobs in the Bermuda labour market by... Read more