Update: Paving The Way to Abolishing Middle Schools & School Readiness For New Term

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[caption id="attachment_2497" align="alignleft" width="331"] Education Minister Diallo Rabain[/caption] A request for proposals (RFP) on abolishing Bermuda's middle schools was sent out this weekend to find organisations to "plan, manage and execute the school redesign process". Speaking at a ... Read more

Anchor Boys Club: Four Years Later & Back to School Party Keeps Growing

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Four years later, and the party keeps growing for members of the Anchor Boys Club at Mangrove Bay in Sandys, where hundreds of students will gather at 3pm today for the fourth annual 'Back-to-School' party and movie on the beach. At one point, organisers were worried that their shipment of school... Read more

BMA Unveils Special Commemorative Coins in Celebration of 50th Anniversary

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The Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) has issued a new set of commemorative coins in celebration of its 50th Anniversary. The new 50th Anniversary coin has a triangular design featuring a compass rose and the islands of Bermuda, and are available in denominations of $5 [1/20 oz.] gold, $2 [1 oz.] ... Read more

East End Mini Yacht Club Reopens Tonight After Police Order Temporary Closure

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East End Mini Yacht Club reopens at 10pm tonight, after police implemented a temporary closure order following an assault at the club last weekend. A police spokesman said that Renall Caisey, the commodore of the club, has opted to keep the club closed until 10pm on Saturday, as opposed to 7pm, ... Read more

Boater Charged With Causing Death of Adrian Hassell in New Year’s Day Crash

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A 31-year-old Smith's Parish man was formally charged with causing the death of his passenger in an early morning boat crash on New Year's Day in Magistrates' Court on Friday. Mikado Burchall was charged with the unlawful killing of Adrian Hassell, 24, with an alternative charge of causing his de... Read more

Police: Temporary Closure Order Issued to East End Mini Yacht Club

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Following the assault of a security officer by a group of men at East End Mini Yacht Club that occurred around 12:30am Saturday, August 24th, the Bermuda Police Service has exercised its authority under the Liquor Licence Act Section 51A to close East End Mini Ya... Read more

Hurricane Dorian Heading For The Bahamas & Puerto Rico

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Hurricane Dorian strengthened to a Category 2 storm overnight, packing maximum sustained winds of 105 mph and intensifying into a Category 3 hurricane as of today and making its way to the US mainland in just a matter of hours.Forecasters at the US National Hurricane Center say the storm will remain... Read more

Bank of Bermuda Foundation Supports Pride Parade & ‘Basic Human Rights’ For All

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The Bank of Bermuda Foundation has backed the gay Pride parade, pledging to work to promote human rights in Bermuda. The philanthropic foundation gives more than $3.4 million a year to various causes, including "the basic human rights of every individual - the shared values of dignity, fairness, ... Read more

BTA Announces Promotions & Appointments

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Bermuda (BTA) has announced new promotions and appointments at both its Hamilton and New York offices, effective September 1. “We’re pleased to recognise the hard work and dedication of team members as the BTA continues its evolution as a world-class des... Read more

Clarien Donates $10,000 to OUTBermuda in ‘Ongoing Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion’

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Reaffirming their "ongoing commitment to Diversity & Inclusion", Clarien Bank today announced that it has donated $10,000 to OUTBermuda, the registered charity which supports Bermuda's LGBTQ community. In a statement released today (August 30), a spokesperson said: "Starting in October, the b... Read more