BPS SDO & BPSU Second VP Linda Bogle-Mienzer Regional LGBTQI Representative

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Bermuda Police Service (BPS) Station Duty Officer (SDO) and Bermuda Public Services Union (BPSU) 2nd Vice President Sis. Linda Bogle-Mienzer attended the Public Services International (PSI) Caribbean Sub-Regional Meeting held in St Vincent from May 15th – 17th, ... Read more

Dunkley on Stolen Truck: ‘This Incident is Another Sad Reflection on Our Society’

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Representatives at Dunkley's Dairy were today "assessing damage to the truck and product", now that the truck stolen in broad daylight yesterday, while the driver and helper were making deliveries. When contacted by Bermuda Real, Michael Dunkley said: "This incident is another sad reflection on o... Read more

Police: Seven Hurt in Two Car Paget Collision Sunday Night – Driver Arrested

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Seven people were hurt when two cars being driven in opposite directions collided on South Road in Paget near the junction with Southcote Road around 10:10pm Sunday (May 26th). The driver of the westbound car, said to be a 34-year-old Southampton man, was treated ... Read more

Police: Five Arrested for Impaired Driving – One Arrested for Impaired Boating

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Despite the warning that roadside sobriety checks would be in full effect throughout the entire Bermuda Day holiday weekend, police report a total of five motorists were arrested for impaired driving offences, with road sobriety checkpoints conducted in six parishes. A spokesman said: "Of the five ... Read more

OBA Senator Kempe: Retail Sales Fall a ‘Result of Government Policies’

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The following statement was released by the Shadow Minister of Finance, One Bermuda Alliance Senator Nick Kempe following twelve (12) consecutive months of declines in Bermuda's retail sales volume, which he attributes to a "direct result of Government policies"... We have seen the Sugar Tax incr... Read more

Minister Foggo Opens 4th Annual Marine Expo in St George’s

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Hamilton, Bermuda May 23, 2019 – On the replica of the deliverance, with a “Hear Ye” from the St George’s Town Crier, The Minister of Labour, Community Affairs & Sports, Lovitta Foggo opened the EXPO. The Minister was joined by title sponsor Rubis, BEDC, representatives from the St Geor... Read more

Transport: Battle Lines Being Drawn Against Special Taxi Permits & More Minibuses

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Battle lines were being drawn this week, in what looks set to be another political clash between Bermuda's taxi owners and the Bermuda Government. This after Transport Minister Zane DeSilva announced plans to introduce 20 new special taxi permits and more minibuses to provide more lift during the... Read more

Marshall: ‘The Goal Now is to Focus on Next Season & Attempt Steeplechase Again For 2020 Olympics’

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Bermuda's three-time marathon champion Lamont Marshall says he "should be fully recovered" within "a week or so", after he clipped three minutes off his finish time to come in with a personal best to win the 2019 Bermuda Day Marathon on Friday. Marshall sealed his hat trick victory in a time of 1... Read more

Regional Recognition for Superintendent Astwood & Constable Bridgeman

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Before a packed audience at the Cayman Westin Grand Hotel, Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) held their Regional Recognition Awards Ceremony during the 34th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (AC... Read more

Police Investigate Second Burglary Within Two Weeks at Vera P Card in St George’s

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For a second time in as many weeks, police are investigating another burglary at Vera P Card on Water Street in St George's. Police say the incident occurred around 4am Friday, May 24. A spokesman said: "It appears that three suspects wearing dark coloured hooded tops gained entry into the store... Read more