Summerhaven: More Questions Than Answers

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There are more questions than answers surrounding the case of a disabled resident at Summerhaven who was injured while being transported on the facility’s bus. Roger Chasty was injured in January and sustained a severe head wound that required nine staples to close his scalp [see video]. The di... Read more

One-Day Bus Pass Increase Criticised

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A price hike for one-day bus passes for Bermuda’s cruise ship passengers has come in for criticism by a number of hospitality ambassadors and cruise ship passengers. One local employee who deals with countless passengers who disembark at the mega cruise ship port in Dockyard, reached out to Ber... Read more

CURB: Mass Appeal of Immigration Meetings

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An estimated 1,300 residents turned out collectively to all four recent public meetings by CURB on Bermuda’s Immigration Policies. When contacted by Bermuda Real, Curb President Lynne Winfield said the group was literally “taken aback” by the “huge response” to their presentations. And ... Read more

Shoddy Patchwork On Somerset Bridge To Be Repaired

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The world’s smallest drawbridge is rotting with a potentially hazardous footpath falling apart at the seams with loose bolds sticking out that will stub your feet. That’s the view of local resident Joshua Richardson who decided to take a walk across Somerset Bridge on Good Friday. “I sto... Read more

Steady Flow Of Unemployed Seeking Financial Assistance

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Despite claims that the recession is over, a steady flow of able-bodied applicants continue to seek financial assistance due to unemployment in Bermuda. This from Minister of Community, Culture and Sport, Patricia Gordon-Pamplin, during the Budget debate on her Ministry. Funding for financial ... Read more

Bean: Thanks all for Prayers for Recovery

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Opposition Leader Marc Bean thanked “all of Bermuda for their prayers and well wishes” after suffering a suspected stroke. Mr Bean, 42, who represents Warwick South Central, was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH) following complaints that he was not feeling well. According t... Read more

Troy Anthony’s Stand Up & Fight Depicts 5-Day Protest

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Known for his conscious music compositions, Bermuda’s own Troy Anthony’s Stand Up & Fight has been linked to local video to portray the chain of events of the recent Pathways to Status five-day protest demonstration. Local producer and road manager Reid Jones, who also produced Troy’s B... Read more

Senate: PLP Call for Fahy’s Resignation & Boycotts Budget Debate

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Progressive Labour Party Senate Leader Marc Daniels has called for the resignation of Home Affairs Minister Michael Fahy as Opposition Senators vowed to boycott the Budget debate in the Upper House. This after Senator Fahy issued a public apology for the Pathways to Status Bill withdrawn by the O... Read more

Reset Button Pressed on Pathways to Status Bill

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Five days of protest action that saw the withdrawal of labour, and the historic blocking of the House of Assembly has resulted in the withdrawal of Government’s Pathways to Status Bill. The announcement was made by Premier Michael Dunkley around 6pm on Thursday. The news was greeted by loud che... Read more

Crockwell Resigns as OBA Minister

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Premier Michael Dunkley will be heading to Government House for a new Cabinet Minister appointment following the resignation of Shawn Crockwell as Minister of Tourism and Transport last night. One Bermuda Alliance (OBA) MPs and executives were locked in talks at a meeting last night weighing opti... Read more