Deputy Commissioner Designate Darrin Simons Passes Course

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Deputy Commissioner Designate Mr Darrin Simons, graduated from the prestigious Strategic Command Course (SCC) n the UK. He received his graduation certificate from the Course Director, Chief Constable Dee Collins, Chief Executive of the College of Policing Mr Mi... Read more

#IWD2019 Short Essay Contest Winning Essay By Emilia Stowe – The Berkeley Institute

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In recognition of the winning entries by eight Middle and Senior School Female Students who entered the BPS Short Essay Contest in Honour of International Women’s Day 2019, Bermuda Real will feature each of the winning submissions, with the essay by Emilia Stowe - The Berkeley Institute What ... Read more

PLP MP Tinee Furbert: #GOTeamBermudaSpecialOlympians2019

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Progressive Labour Party MP for St George's South, Tinee Furbert today extended congratulations to Bermuda's Special Olympians, who returned home to a big welcoming crowd at the LF Wade International Airport last night. Just back from competing in the Special Olympic Games in Au Dhabi, the winnin... Read more

Triathletes Flora Duffy & Tyler Butterfield Crowned 2018 Athletes of the Year at Sports Awards

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Bermuda's own World Triathlon champion Flora Duffy and Tyler Butterfield were crowned the 2018 Athletes of the Year on Thursday night, at the 38th annual Sports Awards, held at the Fairmont Southampton Resort. Footballer Leilanni Nesbeth and cyclists Matthew Oliveira were named the Junior Athlete... Read more

Ascendant Group Ltd Welcomes Ministerial Statement by Walter Roban

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In a statement released this afternoon, the Board of Directors of Ascendant Group Limited said: "The Board welcomes the statement made in the House of Assembly this morning by the Hon. Walter Roban, Minister of Home Affairs on the possible sale of the Ascendant Group. "The Company will continue its... Read more

CURB Backs Plans to Erect Statue to Honour Mary Prince

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Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda (CURB) today backed plans by Government to erect a statue to honour Mary Prince, a former Bermudian slave who was the catalyst in the abolition of slavery in Bermuda and the slave trade in the British Empire of the day. In a statement released today, a spokesp... Read more

Police Confirm Sudden Death of 61-Year-Old Keith Peniston

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The Bermuda Police Service has confirmed the death of 61-year-old Mr Keith Peniston and extends sincere condolences to his family and friends. Mr Peniston – said to be of no fixed abode – was found barely conscious, lying on Parliament Street near the junction with Front Street around 9:30pm We... Read more

Minister on Sale of Belco: ‘Maintaining Status Quo or Simply a Marginal Improvement Will Not be Acceptable’

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Home Affairs Minister Walter Roban informed MPs today that Government has placed conditions on any sale of power by Belco by way of the Regulatory Authority, that will require any new owners to adhere to the Integrated Resource Plan - a work in progress and currently under development. In a M... Read more

National Security: Drones Spotted in Restricted Airport No-Fly Zone

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National Security Minister Wayne Caines, informed MPs today that drones have been spotted in restricted airspace surrounding Bermuda; including the airport, despite a 2.3 mile no-fly zone being implemented earlier this month. This after three drone sightings in recent weeks that were suspected of... Read more

Ministry of Transport: Talks Underway ‘To Explore Greener Options And a Less Costly Bus Service’

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Transport Minister Zane DeSilva confirmed today that talks are underway "to explore greener options and a less costly bus service". Updating MPs on the current state of Bermuda's public bus service, the Minister said: "The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between this Ministry and the R... Read more