Las Vegas Boy, 4, Found Dead In Freezer After Sister Hands Note To Teacher

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New York Daily News: Kate Feldman - A Las Vegas girl gave her elementary school teacher a note from her mother, claiming she was being held hostage and that her son was dead. Now, the mom’s boyfriend is in jail. Police found the remains of a 4-year-old boy in a garage freezer inside the family... Read more

Former NYPD Union Boss Surrenders On Fed Charges He Took $1Million From Sergeants Benevolent Association

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN - Firebrand former NYPD union boss Ed Mullins surrendered to federal authorities Wednesday after being hit with an indictment charging him with plundering his union’s bank accounts for more than $1 million. The charges center around Mullins’ alleged misuse of un... Read more

Premier & Minister Announce Members Of National Youth Policy Working Group

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Fostering direct engagement with our youth in the development of government policies will be the main goal of the 18 new members of the National Youth Policy Working Group announced yesterday. Premier David Burt and Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport, Dr Ernest Peets, were both on hand to annou... Read more

Trucker Convoys Protesting COVID Mandates Set Their Sights On DC & Capitol Hill

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN By Dave Goldiner - Capitol Police warned Wednesday that so-called “Freedom Convoys” of truckers protesting COVID vaccine rules may seek to cause widespread disruptions coinciding with President Biden’s State of the Union address next Tuesday. The police w... Read more

OBA Supports Moves To Create Gender Affairs Office

Opinion   |   

The following Op-Ed was released today (Feb 23) by Victoria Cunningham, One Bermuda Alliance approved candidate - C13, Devonshire North Central... Last week, Minister Tinée Furbert spoke about the proposed creation of a gender affairs office that could be set up to help tackle domestic violence... Read more

St George’s Business Owners Band Together To Get Infrastructure Upgrades Before Summer Season

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The following statement was released earlier today (Feb 23), to all media, by a group calling themselves St George's Stakeholders, with no names attached for publication... A large group of St George's business owners that came together to put on collective events and advocate for themselves have... Read more

Health Ministry Advisory: False Email Message Entitled ‘PCR TEST RESULT: POSITIVE’

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda -  The Ministry of Health advises the public of a false email message titled 'PCR TEST RESULT: POSITIVE'. Any official email for anyone who has tested positive will contain the name of the person tested, Test ID number and the date they were tested. Additionally,... Read more

Police: ‘Poppin’ Wheelies Amounts To Dangerous Driving But Motorists Urged To ‘Allow Them To Go By’

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Bermuda Police Service (BPS), has been receiving a number of reports regarding motorcyclists doing wheelies in traffic, as well as in locations such as the parking areas at Clearwater Beach and John Smith's Bay. While those involved may see this as harmless, ... Read more

Magistrate Tokunbo Launches Wrongful Arrest Suit Against AG & Police Officer

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Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo has launched legal action for wrongful arrest against Bermuda's Attorney General and a police officer. The writ was filed in the Supreme Court against the Commissioner of Police last year. But the court heard yesterday (Feb 22) that Mr Tokunbo wants to amend the docu... Read more

Elton John ‘Caught In Terrifying Mid-Air Crisis When His $90M Private Jet Suffered Hydraulic Failure At 10,000ft’

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Mail Online: LONDON, England, By Owen Tonks - Sir Elton John was caught in a terrifying mid-air drama as his private jet suffered hydraulic failure en route to New York then twice failed to make an emergency landing due to high winds. The singer, 74, was travelling from Farnborough Airport in H... Read more