UK’s Former Fattest Man Who Ate 29,000 Calories & Drank 12 Litres Of Soda Daily Weighing 910lb Dies Aged 52

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Daily Mail Online: LONDON, England - Britain's former fattest man who once tipped the scales at 65 stone/910lb has died aged 52 after suffering from breathing difficulties and infections over the last few years. Barry Austin, from Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, died yesterday, according to Birmin... Read more

COVID-19: Two New Cases Confirmed, One Transmitted Locally, Active Cases Now Up To 149

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Only two new positive cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the latest round of 942 test results received by the Ministry of Health since the last update, bringing the total number of confirmed positive cases in Bermuda up to 604 with 149 active cases. A Ministry spokeswoman said: "One of the new c... Read more

Police Investigating Latest Car Fire On New Year’s Eve In Devonshire – Total Now Up To Four

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Police are investigating what is now the fourth car fire in recent weeks, this time on New Year's Eve in Devonshire. A police spokesman said this latest investigation is still "in its early stages". But he said: "Foul play has not been ruled out. The incident occurred shortly after 10pm on Thu... Read more

No New Year’s Hangover For NYC’s Times Square After COVID Cancels Massive Annual Celebration

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN - Goodbye and good riddance, 2020. The last indignity of the deadly pandemic year came in Times Square, where New Year’s Eve revelers were barred from watching the ball drop at midnight for the first time in 77 years after COVID-19 forced cancellation of the massi... Read more

BFRS: Firefighters Extinguish Another Car Fire, This Time In Devonshire

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Firefighters extinguished another car fire last night (Dec 31) on Roberts Avenue in Devonshire. Three vehicles from Bermuda Fire Rescue Service (BFRS) rushed to the scene around 10:15pm. A spokesman said: "Fire Dispatch received a report of a vehicle fire on Roberts Avenue, Devonshire. BFRS re... Read more

Trash Due For Collection Thursday & New Year’s Day To Be Picked Up Early Sunday Morning

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The Department of Works and Engineering’s Waste Management Section advises the public that due to possible delays to household waste collection, please note the following service updates. Saturday’s collection of both Thursday and Friday’s household waste may be delayed. If so, the public is... Read more