Premier & Family Joins Grateful Bread Food Drive Volunteers For Pre-Christmas Dinner

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Premier David Burt and family were joined by Acting Magistrate Leo Mills who joined volunteers to assist the Grateful Bread feeding programme that helps feed Bermuda's homeless and those who are less fortunate in our community. Staff at Canterbury Law recently held a pre-Christmas festive event a... Read more

Police Commissioner: BPS Will ‘Continue to Target Those Criminals Who Have No Regard For Law & Order’

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As we move into 2019, Bermuda's top cop has issued assurances that "more effort, greater intelligence will be used and more work will be done to make Bermuda safer". Commenting on the 48-hour sting of raids this week that netted nearly a million dollars worth of illegal drugs and three guns, Poli... Read more

Man in Custody After Police Raids Nets $1M in Drugs & Three Guns – Two at One Location

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Police Commissioner Stephen Corbishley disclosed today after two days of activity in the Curving Avenue area, that one man is in custody after police seized three guns and illegal drugs worth nearly $1 million. Speaking at a news conference this morning, the Commissioner said several search warra... Read more

Finance Minister on Economic Substance Act 2018 Passed in the House of Assembly

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The following statement was released today by Finance Minister Curtis Dickinson on the Economic Substance Act 2018 [caption id="attachment_10163" align="alignleft" width="242"] Curtis Dickinson, Minister of Finance[/caption] On Monday, December 17, the House of Assembly united to pass the ... Read more

National Security Minister on North Terrace Pembroke Gang Graffiti

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News Release Friday, December 21, 2018 - National Security Minister Wayne and Gang Violence Coordinator, Pastor Leroy Bean attended the area of North Terrace in Pembroke Parish where gang graffiti had been painted on an area resident’s wall. Minister Caines said: “The neighbours were very upset... Read more

OBA MP Sylvan Richards on Immigration & Retail Sales: ‘Where is Government’s Plan?’

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♦ The following statement was released by Shadow Minister of Home Affairs, Sylvan Richards today Friday, December 21, 2018 Premier David Burt suggested on the floor of the House of Assembly that the reason the PLP will succeed on advancing immigration reform where the oba couldn't was because t... Read more

Update: Minister of National Security on Work Permit Backlog

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♦ The following statement was issued by the Minister of National Security, Wayne Caines this morning, Friday, December 21, 2018 The Government recently revealed that another 2017 election promise has been fulfilled with a tangible improvement in the efficiency of the Immigration Department. ... Read more

Culinary Apprentices Serve Up Holiday Cheer to their Colleagues

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[caption id="attachment_10143" align="alignleft" width="327"] Minister with-Sierra Symonds &Chef Harris Sakalis[/caption] News Release, Thursday, December 20, 2018 - Next month, five Culinary Apprentices currently employed at the Fairmont Southampton will depart for Prince Edward Island, Canada... Read more

Government Announces the Appointment of New Public Service Negotiating Team (PSNT) Chair

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News Release, Thursday, December 20, 2018 - The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Walton Brown, advised of the following change regarding the Public Service Negotiation Team (PSNT). Minister Brown explained that due to work commitments, Mr Jonathan Smith has stepped down from the PSNT, and Mrs ... Read more

Ministry Received 115 Complaints of Immigration Violations to Date & 150 in 2017

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National Security Minister Wayne Caines, who also holds responsibility for Immigration and Home Affairs, stated yesterday that the department has received 115 complaints to date, with another 150 reports of immigration violations in 2017.   Speaking at a news conference yesterday, he said... Read more