UPDATE: Unionised Dock Workers Offloading Essential Goods Only As Perishable Goods Just Sit There

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Unionised dock workers were offloading essential cargo only this morning, as the refrigerated containers with perishable goods just sit there. As of 11:25am, there was still no official word on the status of this ongoing dispute at the Hamilton docks that started last Thursday. As reported by ... Read more

Shops, Gyms To Reopen In England Under New COVID-19 Plan

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[caption id="attachment_35812" align="alignleft" width="369"] The words "Let's Change The Way We Shop" are displayed on the Selfridges department store on Oxford Street, which is temporarily closed for in-store browsing with online collection possible from a collection point, during England's second... Read more

Millions Stick To Thanksgiving Travel Plans Despite Warnings

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[caption id="attachment_35799" align="alignleft" width="393"] Despite warnings from public health officials to stay home for Thanksgiving, millions of Americans are heading to the nation's airports before the holiday, many of them unwilling to miss out on seeing family and convinced they can do it s... Read more

Refrigerated Containers Reportedly Have Yet To Be Offloaded As Docks Dispute Continues

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Reports reaching Bermuda Real this morning that the refrigerated containers that arrived on the Bermuda Islander last Thursday, have yet to be offloaded, as the dispute on at the Hamilton docks continues. Meanwhile, the Oleander was scheduled to arrive on Sunday night. As of last night, one sh... Read more

David Dinkins, New York City’s First Black Mayor, Dies At 93

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[caption id="attachment_35787" align="alignleft" width="245"] New York Daily News for November 8, 1989. "DAVE DOES IT" - Daily News[/caption] New York Daily News: MANHATTAN, NY - David Dinkins, whose historic 1989 victory as the city’s first and only black mayor was quickly eclipsed by rising c... Read more

COVID-19: Qantas To Require COVID Vaccine On International Flights

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SYDNEY, Australia (AFP) - International travellers will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to fly with Australia's Qantas, the company has said, the first major airline to suggest that such rules could become common across the industry. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said late Monday the Australia... Read more

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade In NYC Pared Down Amid Growing COVID Concerns

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[caption id="attachment_35762" align="alignleft" width="534"] Young participants wave to the crowd during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019, in Manhattan - Barry Williams/for New York Daily News[/caption] New York Daily News: MANHATTAN, NY - New York City’s iconic Ma... Read more

Ken Jennings To Guest Host ‘Jeopardy!’ Following Death Of Alex Trebek

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN, NY - Legendary “Jeopardy!” champion Ken Jennings has been tapped to guest host new episodes of the show following the death of longtime host Alex Trebek. “Jeopardy!” announced shortly after Trebek’s death that new episodes with the host were ban... Read more

Time To Get Packing, Don: Trump Appears To Admit Election Defeat – FINALLY!

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[caption id="attachment_35745" align="alignleft" width="423"] Despite Trump’s claims, his campaign’s attempts to flip the election have been roundly rejected by judges across the country who note that there is no evidence for the outlandish claim that Democrats rigged the Nov 3 contest for Biden... Read more

DPT Confirms 44 Bus Cancellations Affecting Monday Evening Rush Hour Commute

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[caption id="attachment_35400" align="alignleft" width="260"] Lawrence Scott, Minister of Transport[/caption] The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) today confirmed a total of 44 bus cancellations affecting commuters between 4pm and 6:35pm - one of the longest lists published to date, poin... Read more