Works Minister : Update on Public Works Issues in First Exclusive Joint Interview With Bermuda Real & TNN

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Public Works Minister Colonel David Burch has set about the task of reversing the impact of what he believes was a Department of Parks "destined for privatisation by stealth", by the former One Bermuda Alliance administration. Speaking in his first exclusive joint interview with Bermuda Real and ... Read more

Transport Minister Announces Dennis Lister III as New Bermuda Road Safety Council Chairman

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Transport Minister Walter Roban has announced the appointment of Dennis Lister III, as the new Chairman of the Bermuda Road Safety Council, with a view to targeting young Black males in his age group in particular, to change the mindset when it comes to safety on Bermuda's Roads. The Progressive ... Read more

Police Commissioner Michael DeSilva Announces Retirement Effective June 15th

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After more than three decades in an entire career of public service, Police Commissioner Michael DeSilva announced that he will step down as Bermuda's top cop, effective June 15th, with his last official duty in May. The announcement of his retirement, which came after more than eight years as Co... Read more

Man Denies Premeditated Murder Committed in 2010 & Veteran Cop Denies Causing Grievous Bodily Harm by Driving Without Due Care

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A 34-year-old Pembroke man has denied committing a premeditated murder that occurred nearly a decade ago in 2010. Jeremiah Dill, 34, pleaded not guilty in Supreme Court during the monthly arraignment session on Monday, to charges of premeditated murder and using a fire arm to commit murder. He... Read more

Police: Man Arrested in Connection With Bomb Threat at Dame Lois Browne-Evans Building

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The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) has confirmed that a 36-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the bomb threat that shut down Court proceedings and administration in other Government Departments in the Dame Lois Browne-Evans Building on Monday morning. Emergency personnel includi... Read more

The Fate of a Policeman Charged With Using Threatening Behaviour Lies in the Hands of Magistrate Chin

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Magistrate Tyrone Chin will determine the fate of a Bermudian policeman with more than 20 years of service, charged with using threatening behaviour, when he hands down his judgment in just over a week. The court heard closing arguments in the case of Robert Butterfield on Friday. The office... Read more

People’s Campaign: ‘Social & Economic Empowerment for Consideration & Implementation’

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The People's Campaign has released a new report proposing a host of policy proposals with a pledge to continue holding the Government to account. The 12-page document entitled 'Social and Economic Empowerment for Consideration and Implementation', calls for tougher immigration policies and better... Read more

Police: BPS & Reserve Police Mourn the Death of PC Dawn (Jeffrey) Darby

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The Bermuda Police Service and the Bermuda Reserve Police are today mourning the death of their colleague, PC 1181 Dawn (Jeffrey) Darby, who passed away on Saturday at the age of 55. PC Darby joined the Bermuda Reserve Police in November 1994. A spokesman said: "She was consistent with he... Read more

Police Update: Car Overboard Hoisted Out of the Water & Woman Found Unharmed

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Police have located the 36-year-old woman involved in the car going overboard in waters off Astwood Park on Saturday. A spokesman confirmed that Frederika Russell was unharmed, and thanked the public for their assistance as the investigation continues. Now they are appealing for anyone who may... Read more

Consumer Price Index: Same Basket of Goods & Services That Cost $100 in April 2015 Now Costs You $104.10

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Consumers paid 1.4 percent more in October 2017 than they did a year ago for the same basket of goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The level of inflation decreased one percentage point from the 1.5 percent measured in September 2017. Between September and October 2017,... Read more