OBA Leader on Bus Schedule U-Turn: ‘The Public Has Judged & What Has Been Delivered Has Failed’

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The following statement was released today by One Bermuda Alliance Leader Craig Cannonier I agree 100 percent with the Shadow Transport Minister Leah Scott that restoring the old timetable was the right thing to do as, clearly, the new schedule was causing considerable problems for bus users whic... Read more

Municipal Elections Nomination Day Results

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Earlier today, nominations of candidates for the ordinary municipal elections, for the Corporations of Hamilton and St. George were held at the Seventh Day Adventist church hall in Hamilton. At the close of nominations the results are as follows: Corporation of H... Read more

Foreign Office Minister of State For Overseas Territories in Bermuda to ‘Reaffirm Strong UK-Bermuda Relationship’

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - UK Foreign Office Minister for the Overseas Territories Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon will visit Bermuda on April 25th. During his visit, the Minister will meet members of the Government including Premier David Burt, Attorney General Kathy-Lynn Simmons and the L... Read more

Back to Old Bus Schedule on Monday as Residents Pay $70 For Bus Pass For Buses to Pass You By

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Six weeks after the new bus schedule went into effect, Transport officials announced that Bermuda's public buses will go back to the old schedule as of Monday. Speaking at a news conference on Wednesday, Transport Minister Zane DeSilva said the new schedule was scrapped because of complaints abou... Read more

Skyport: Airport Construction Notice Advisory For East End Motorists

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As of this Saturday, April 27 through to Monday, April 29, between the hours of 7am and 10pm, crews will be unloading materials at Marginal Wharf and trucking them to the airport redevelopment site for the construction works at the new airport terminal. A spokesperson said: "In order to allow lon... Read more

Police: Motorcycle Passenger Hurt in Paget Collision Now Stable on General Ward

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A 42-year-old female pillion passenger injured when the motorcycle she was travelling on collided with a car, is today listed in stable condition on a general ward at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. Police say the accident occurred around 4:30pm on Saturday, April 20th on South Road in Paget n... Read more

MP Michael Weeks – ‘The Better Our Children and Country Deserve’

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The following statement was released by Progressive Labour Party MP Michael Weeks in response to One Bermuda Alliance Leader Craig Cannonier on April 23, 2019 "When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers," ~ African Proverb...In a perfect world, Bermuda's leaders could sit down, work... Read more

Police: Help Protect Vulnerable People -Report Suspected ‘Cuckooing’

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Police Report: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) has recently been made aware of a criminal enterprise occurring in Bermuda known as ‘cuckooing’, whereby offenders use violence and/or other unlawful means to target the homes of vulnerable people, utilising these prope... Read more

Bus Service Changes In The Royal Naval Dockyard With Turnaround at Clock Tower Mall

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Effective Thursday, April 25, 2019 Bermuda's public bus service will terminate at the Clock Tower Mall as "part of an initiative to improve" traffic flow and the "pedestrian experience in Dockyard". According to a spokesman for the Ministry of Transportation, stops by the North Rock car park and... Read more

Nomination Day is Thursday For Municipal Elections

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Nomination day for the upcoming municipal elections will be held on Thursday. The Seventh-day Adventist Church Hall on King Street, in Hamilton, will be the location for both municipalities, from 11am to 1pm. The elections are set to take place on May 9. Seats available at the Corporation o... Read more