Foodies   |   

Associated Press: PORTLAND, Maine, By Patrick Whittle — The worldwide seafood industry is steeling itself for price hikes, supply disruptions and potential job losses as new rounds of economic sanctions on Russia make key species such as cod and crab harder to come by.The latest round of U.S. atte... Read more

BUEI Kicks Off Dive Month Bermuda With Nan Hauser

Environment   |   

News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - BUEI is pleased to celebrate Bermuda’s inaugural Dive Month with a series of special events throughout the month of April. On Wednesday, April 6 at 7pm, the first of three BUEI Talks features ‘A Symphony of Whales: The Song that Changed the World’, pre... Read more

BELCO: New Utility Rates As Of Friday, April 1

News   |   

News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited will implement new rates for all customers beginning Friday, April 1st, 2022. Rates have been set by the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda (RA) in the third retail tariff review to be conducted by the RA since it commenced regula... Read more

BTOA President Maintains Position ‘After Seeing Off A Spirited Challenge’

News   |   

News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda Taxi Owners & Operators Association (BTOA) held its Annual AGM Tuesday, March 29th, 2022 at St Paul Christian Education Centre, Paget. The position of President was retained by Mr Dennis Furbert after seeing off a spirited challenge by Mr Ricky ... Read more

Renée Ming Says She Resigned As Minister, Premier Says He Revoked Her Appointment

News   |   

A second Minister has opted to walk away from Premier David Burt's Cabinet, but on the one hand he says he revoked the appointment of Renée Ming as Minister of National Security, while she says she quit. Her departure follows the resignation of Curtis Dickinson, the former Minister of Finance, w... Read more

Court: Policeman & Wife Formally Charged With Harrassment Of Former Commissioner Of Police

News   |   

A police sergeant and his wife were formally charged in Magistrates' Court yesterday with the alleged harrassment of the former Commissioner of Police, Stephen Corbishley and the former head of police discipline. Mark Monk, 39, was charged with using a phone to cause "annoyance, inconvenience or ... Read more

California Group Votes To Limit Reparations To Slave Descendants

News   |   

Associated Press: By Janie Har - California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations has decided to limit state compensation to the descendants of free and enslaved Black people who were in the US in the 19th century, narrowly rejecting a proposal to include all Black people regardless of l... Read more

Government Awards Grants To Community Clubs

Community   |   

News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - Seven community organisations were awarded monetary grants from the Bermuda Government's Confiscated Assets and Capital Development Grant Programme. Premier and Minister of Finance, David Burt, presented cheques to sports and community clubs, totalling $175,000 t... Read more

OBA On Cannabis Bill: This Electorate Has Yet To Send A Message To The PLP Despite Their Rampant Blunders  

Opinion   |   

The following Op-Ed was released on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, by Dwayne Robinson, Approved One Bermuda Alliance Candidate for Constituency 30 - Southampton East Central... Recently, the Cannabis Licensing and Regulation Act has passed through the House of Assembly. It does not have to be approved ... Read more

Hamilton Princess Makes Black History Month Donations To Charities

Community   |   

News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - Following its Black History Month celebrations in February, the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has made donations to two local charities in the name of its honourees: the Bermuda College Foundation, chosen by Gary Phillips, and the Family Centre, chosen by Marth... Read more