Devonshire Rec To Celebrate 65th Anniversary With Video Release & Black Tie Gala Next Month

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Devonshire Recreation Club, home of the Devonshire Colts, will celebrate its 65th anniversary next month with two major events to commemorate the occasion: the release of a documentary on the club and a black-tie gala celebration next month “The documentary, titled Sportsmanship, Character, and... Read more

Think Like An Entrereneur Course To Begin September

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News Release HAMILTON, Bermuda – Don’t miss your chance to sign up for ‘an educational opportunity not to be missed!’ Think Like an Entrepreneur, an in-depth course with the aim of teaching entrepreneurs how to establish goals and manage risks is set to begin on Monday, September 18th, 2023.... Read more

HMC Burnaby Urgent Care Granted SHB Approval After Five Years

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After all was said and done, the Bermuda Health Council admits that there are areas in which the Standar Health Benefit SHB) program may need improvements. This after the Hamilton Medical Centre on Burnaby Street in Hamilton was granted approval to be included in the SHB, some five years after th... Read more

Governor Issues Writ For October 5 By-Election In Smith’s South – Interim Opposition Leader Pleased

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Bermuda’s Governor, Rena Lalgie, has issued the writ for a by-election required to replace retired MP Cole Simons, on October 5, in Smith’s South Constituency 8. The Parliamentary Registrar advised the public earlier today, that the 7-day registration period for this by-election will close on... Read more

Franklin Expected To Be A Cat 2 Hurricane By The Time It Reaches The Local Area

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Forecasters at the Bermuda Weather Service (BWS), say Tropical Storm Franklin is being closely monitored to our distant south and is expected to slowly advance north in the coming days. Earlier today, the storm pounded the Dominican Republic, with a repeated warning tonight that Franklin could ap... Read more

Minister Unveils Ten New Electric Buses – Another 15 Due Next Monday

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Transport Minister Wayne Furbert today unveiled ten new electric buses that arrived this month, with another 15 due to arrive on island on Monday, August 28. Delighted with the delivery, the Minister said: “We’re eagerly anticipating the arrival of 15 more buses..., followed by the remaining... Read more

Marshall Diel & Myers Limited Awards $17,500 In Legal Grants

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News Release HAMILTON, Bermuda: Three Bermudian students havereceived legal educationawards from law firm Marshall Diel & Myers Limited. Zuri Harrison, Jonathan Jervis and, Zamauri Hardtman are recipients of the awards this year with Ms Harrison receiving a $10,000 scholarship, Mr Jervis rece... Read more

BTA Experience Investment Programme Opens New Application Cycle For September

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News Release HAMILTON, Bermuda – In preparation for the upcoming fall and winter season the Bermuda Tourism Authority announced that the organisation will seek new applications for its Experience Investment Programme. During September, local tourism entrepreneurs are invited to submit their propos... Read more

Jamaica Business Travel Rapidly Bouncing Back, Says Tourism Director

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Jamaica Gleaner: WESTERN BUREAU, By Albert Ferguson Donovan White, director of tourism at the Jamaica Tourist Board, has asserted that business travel is on the rise and that Jamaica is rapidly bouncing back to pre-COVID-19 levels due to the anticipated growth of the country’s meetings, incentives... Read more

Public Works – Frog Lane In Devonshire To Be Reduced To Single-Lane Traffic For One Week

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Traffic in the Frog Lane area of Devonshire will be reduced to single lane traffic temporarily as of tomorrow, In a public notice issued by the Ministry of Public Works today, motorists were advised that the lane closure will facilitate the replacement of tower lights at the National Stadium. ... Read more