Public Works Advisory: Septage Disposal Operations Start Monday, February 4, 2019

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The Ministry of Public Works  issued a public advisory today, reminding members of the public that septape disposal operations will take place , starting this coming Monday, 4 February, 2019. A spokesperson said: "Works will be conducted daily between 7.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m., and it’s anticipat... Read more

Docksiders Reopens at 10pm Tonight But Will The Shutdown Have an Impact? Wants to Know

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Docksider Bar on Front Street reopens at 10pm tonight following a 24-hour shutdown by the Bermuda Police Service, due to antisocial behavior during a private party at the club at an earlier date. The incident, circulated on social media, has popped the big question today, which is whether or not ... Read more

Police Renew Appeal For Assistance in Murder Investigation of Ronniko Burchall

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The Bermuda Police Service renewed the appeal for members of the public who can assist in the murder investigation stemming from the death of Ronniko Burchall to come forward. In a brief statement issued earlier this week, a spokesman appealed to anyone who can assist "in the identification of th... Read more

OBA MP Dunkley Questions Brussels Office Set Up by Bermuda Government

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The following statement was issued by OBA MP Michael Dunkley following the announcement of the opening of the new Bermuda Government Office in Brussels, Belgium Government has seen fit to cut the ribbon and open the office without appropriate details that are important for the public to know,” ... Read more

Former PLP MP Renee Webb to Head New Bermuda Office in Brussels

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Former Progressive Labour Party MP Renee Webb will head the new Bermuda Government office formally opened in Brussels, Belgium on Friday. Making the announcement at the official opening, Premier David Burt said Ms Webb "brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in European affairs" to the table a... Read more

Alfred Maybury Cleared on Allegations of Misconduct & Back to Work on Monday

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Director of Child and Family Services, Alfred Maybury, has been cleared to return to work following an investigation that cleared him on allegations of misconduct. According to the statement released by the Ministry of Legal Affairs yesterday, Mr  that Maybury is due to return to the job on Mond... Read more

Police: Docksiders Gets 24-Hour Shut Down Tonight Due to Antisocial Behavior

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Using powers under Bermuda's Liquor Licence Act, the Bermuda Police Service disclosed today that they will enforce a 24-hour closure on Docksiders tonight following an "antisocial incident". The Front Street bar will be shut down from 10pm tonight until 10pm tomorrow night. A spokesman said: ... Read more

Bermuda Junior National Boys Volleyball Team Prepare For Upcoming Mizuno Boston Festival

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Bermuda's Junior National Boys Volleyball Team played an exhibition match against a Senior School All Star Select Team in preparation for the international Mizuno Boston Volleyball Festival. National Team Coach Denise Somerville said: "It’s the first time we’ve done this and it was a great op... Read more

Shadow Minister Leah Scott: What is Happening to the Bus Schedule?

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The following statement was issued today by OBA MP Leah Scott, Shadow Minister of Tourism & Transport There have been bus cancellations all during the month of January ranging from three routes being cancelled up to 26 cancellations. A Canadian consultant has been paid copious amounts of mone... Read more

Police Update: 49-Year-Old Female JetBlue Passenger Recovering on a General Ward

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Police confirmed today that the 49-year-old Jamaican woman residing in New York who took ill on board a JetBlue flight en route between Antigua and New York, that diverted to Bermuda last night, is recovering on a general ward at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. The flight diverted to Bermuda aro... Read more