High Migration Numbers, As More Jamaicans Take Off

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Jamaica Observer: KINGSTON, By Romardo Lyons - Almost 270,000 more people have left Jamaica, in comparison those who have chosen to return, and foreigners who choose to move to the island over an 18-year period. According to data provided by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (Statin), Jamaica's... Read more

Partial Road Closure On Ewing Street For Repairs Next Week

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The City of Hamilton is advising members of the public that due to a waterpipe leak on Ewing Street, the City must close off part of the road to conduct repair works. The closure will be in effect from November 29th, 2021 to December 6th, 2021 and will impact acces... Read more

GDP: Bermuda’s Economy Contracted 6.9% In Real Terms In 2020

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Wayne Furbert released the 2020 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report from the Department of Statistics. Minister Furbert explained: “As the public will appreciate, last year our economy was significantly challenged due to the p... Read more

Channel Migrants: UK & France Agree Need For Action After Boat Deaths

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BBC News: LONDON, England - The UK and France will keep "all options on the table" to stop migrants crossing the English Channel after 27 people drowned on Wednesday. The UK prime minister and French president said trafficking gangs were risking lives following the worst-recorded migrant tragedy... Read more

Mike Tyson: Malawi Asks Former Boxer To Be Cannabis Ambassador

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BBC News: AFRICA - Malawi has asked boxing star Mike Tyson to become the official ambassador for the country's cannabis crop. Agriculture Minister Lobin Low sent a letter to Tyson inviting him to take up the role, and said legalisation in Malawi had created new opportunities. Tyson, a former... Read more

Exclusive With The Rev Nicholas Tweed On What This PLP Government Will & Will Not Do!

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Ever wonder what happened to the People's Campaign that evolved under Bermuda's only one-term administration led by the One Bermuda Alliance (OBA)? We all know that their one-trick act came to an abrupt end after the likes of major protest action against the OBA's 'Pathways to Status' plan on Parlia... Read more

Premier Burt On Passing Of Sir James Mitchell

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - “A giant of the Caribbean Region,” remarked Premier David Burt today after news of the passing of Sir James Mitchell,  former Prime Minister of St Vincent & The Grenadines. “Born in Bequia, Sir James was a proud Vincentian and a man who led the Island na... Read more

Cuban Woman Says Maradona Abused & Raped Her

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AFP: BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — A 37-year-old Cuban woman, who had an affair with Diego Maradona as a minor 20 years ago, accused the late Argentine idol and his entourage on Monday of violence and abuse, including rape and holding her against her will. Mavys Alvarez Rego, who now lives in Miami, ... Read more

Malcolm X Daughter Suffered From Long-Term Illness Before She Died, Says NYPD Commissioner

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN - Malcolm X ‘s daughter Malikah Shabazz suffered a long-term illness before her death, NYPD Commissioner Demot Shea said Tuesday. Shabazz, 56, who with her twin sister Malaak were the youngest of Malcolm X’s six daughters, was found dead Monday by her daughter,... Read more

DPT Annouce More Bus Cancellations AGAIN!

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The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) announced another set of bus cancellations that started at 4pm and will run through to 7:49pm - affecting evening rush hour bus commuters. The cancellations: Spanish Point Hamilton 4:00 pm Hamilton St. George’s 4:00 pm Hamilton Sp... Read more