UK To Announce More Monkeypox Cases As Efforts Ramp Up To Contain Outbreak

Health   |   

The Guardian: LONDON, England, By Ian Sample - Public health officials are to announce more UK monkeypox cases on Monday, as efforts ramp up to contain the first multinational outbreak of the virus that has led to cases in at least 14 countries. The unusual outbreak of the rare disease ... Read more

Public Works Continue Working To Clear Backlog Of Garbage

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Ministry of Public Works advised Sunday evening that Waste Management staff continue working to clear the backlog of garbage. It should be stressed that collection delays have been due to mechanical challenges being experienced with the trash truck fleet. ... Read more

Recusal: After Nearly 11 Years At A Public Cost Well Over $10M, Subjected To ‘Vicious Lies’

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The following statement was released at 12:25am this morning (May 23) by former Premier Dr Ewart Brown on the Recusal of Supreme Court Justice... We welcome Justice Subair Williams' ruling. While the decision is correct both legally and ethically, it is regrettable that the ruling comes after a s... Read more

Police: Another Motorcyclist Sustains Life Threatening Injuries In East End Crash

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Another male motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital's Emergency Department after first resonders performed life saving efforts to save his life following a sincle vehicle accident in St George's. Police says the accident occured earlier this afternoon around 2:45pm, when officers and other first... Read more

Biden Says Monkeypox Cases Something To ‘Be Concerned About’

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Associated Press: PYEONGTAEK, South Korea — President Joe Biden said Sunday that recent cases of monkeypox that have been identified in Europe and the United States were something “to be concerned about.” In his first public comments on the disease, Biden added: “It is a concern in that... Read more

VIDEO: The Miseducation Madness Continues To The Detriment Of Our Public School Students!

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This interview with Darren 'Butch' Burchall aired on Monday, May 9, 2022 on Channel 82 and streamed live on Channel 82 Bermuda at 7pm. For those of you who missed it, or you may want to view it again have at it. And for those of you who did see, thanks for tuning in - see you in two weeks. ... Read more

Duane Santucci: ‘Bermuda Has Been Under Siege & We Are Experiencing An Even Greater Outbreak Of Violence’

Opinion   |   

The following letter was sent to the Minister of National Security, Michael Weeks, by Duane Santucci, who has been vocal via social media audio links as a concerned Bermudian on gang and gun violence... Greetings Minister Weeks, Bermuda Government, Bermuda Ministerial Clergy, Bermuda Community A... Read more

Police Investigating Brazen Attempted Shooting

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Police are investigating a brazen report of a gunman taking aim at his target to shoot him, but the handgun jammed on Sunday night on Court Street in Pembroke, just after 11pm. A Bermuda Police Service (BPS) spokesman said a member of the public reported that a man pointed a silver handgun at ano... Read more

Police Investigating Two Vehicle Collision In Smith’s Parish

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A 40-year-old man was rushed to the hospital's Emergency Department with serious injuries yesterday, following a two-vehicle accident in Smith's Parish. Police say the accident occurred around 6pm on Monday, May 9 in the area of McGall's Hill, involving a car and a motorcycle. Traffic was dive... Read more

Former Premier Extends Support & Encouragement To Acting Premier Of BVI

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The following communication below was sent to the Acting Premier of the British Virgin Islands, Dr the Hon. Natalio Wheatley from Former Premier of Bermuda Dr Ewart F Brown...Dear Sir, I am writing to support and encourage you in your stand on behalf of the people of the BVI.The formation of th... Read more