Finally Most Recent Minister Reveals 75 Out Of 150 CCTV Cameras Island-Wide Are Inoperable

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Premier David Burt's most recent appointment of Michael Weeks, as the Minister of National Security, disclosed what has been an elusive figure, in the House of Assembly last week, in an update on CCTV. For years the subject has been raised in criminal court cases, where cameras installed were fou... Read more

Nine National Certification Welding Certificates Awarded

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - On Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023, the Minister of Economy and Labour, Jason Hayward, held a brief ceremony to award nine welder tradesmen with their welder ID cards and National Certification Certificate for successfully completing the welder's practical assessme... Read more

March Nutrition Month: ‘Accessibility, Availability & Affordability Healthy Food For All’

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - “Nutrition Services continues to encourage Bermudians to focus on healthy eating habits that are sustainable for themselves and the environment,” said Minister of Health, Kim Wilson. “March is Nutrition Month in Bermuda, and the focus will be on educating our ... Read more

OBA: ‘The PLP Have Simply Failed To Deliver – Repeatedly – For Four Years’

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The following remarks were delivered today (Feb 28) by the Shadow Minister for Legal Affairs, Scott Pearman - One Bermuda Alliance... Yesterday’s Legal Affairs Budget Debate shows very clearly how a new OBA Government would do things differently to fix Bermuda’s problems. Four years ago, t... Read more

Savannah Guthrie Leaves ‘Today’ Mid-Broadcast As Hoda Kotb Absence Continues

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New York Daily News: By Dan Clarendon - The two anchors of “Today” have left the building. Savannah Guthrie left the NBC morning show in the middle of its Tuesday broadcast after testing positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, Hoda Kotb, Guthrie’s co-anchor, has been missing in action for more than ... Read more

City Recaps Videos In Celebration Of Black History Month

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For the month of February, the City of Hamilton has released weekly videos on our social media platforms to celebrate Black History Month as it relates to the City, encompassing the stories of these pivotal times in Hamilton’s history. Have a look as we head into the month of March. https://yo... Read more

NYC Records First Significant Snowfall Of Winter; Hundreds Of Flights Cancelled

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New York Daily News: By Peter Sblendorio - New York City recorded its first significant snowfall of the winter, with 1.8 inches accumulating in Central Park by Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service said. The city had only recorded 0.4 inches of snowfall this season before the storm t... Read more

Sammy Wilson Community Centre Closed Until April 1

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation (DYS&R) is advising that due to water and subsequent electrical damage experienced last Thursday, the Sammy Wilson Community Center (SWCC) on Angle Street is closed. Work crews from the Ministry of Public Works a... Read more

Party Line BDA Debuts New Audio Guestbook Service

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - A new audio guestbook service is available to book on-island for the first time. A more personal alternative to the traditional guestbook, Party Line BDA offers a retro telephone – in Bermudian pink – which allows guests to record messages at special events. ... Read more

The Worship Room’s 13th Annual Birthday Book Drive On World Book Day 2023 – March 2

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - Evangelist Nikita Robinson of The Worship Room on Magic102.7FM is inviting the public to support a nursery, preschool, public primary, middle, high school or boy’s and girl’s home to help celebrate World Book Day 2023, which is 3 days away.   1,302 books w... Read more