Bermuda’s New British Top Cop Says Community Communication is Key

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Bermuda's new Commissioner of Police, Stephen Corbishley says proactive communication will be the key to building a relationship with the Bermuda public. Speaking at his first news conference yesterday, the British top cop said he wants to "work with local people", particularly with "local commun... Read more

Ministers Unveils ‘Operation Caution’ Road Safety Campaign

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National Security Minister Wayne Caines yesterday unveiled Bermuda's Road Safety Plan 2018.   'Operation Caution' is the latest attempt to combat the ongoing carnage and injuries sustained as a result of road traffic accidents on Bermuda's roads, "in a systematic and collaborative way".&... Read more

BIU President Has Bus Mechanics Speak Up For Themselves on DPT

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Bermuda Industrial Union President Chris Furbert put workers on the front line this week to speak for themselves on the ongoing issues plaguing the Department of Public Transportation. This after bus operators pulled the plug on providing service on Heroes Day 2018, a move supported by Mr F... Read more

SCC President Neither Confirms or Denies Plans to Present Cup Match Cup

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Not that they needed to hear what the Governor had to say but Bermuda Real understands that newly elected Somerset Cricket Club President, Vashun Blanchette, will be presenting the Cup at the end of the 2018 Cup Match Classic being hosted up west.   When contacted this weekend, in fol... Read more

Shadow Transport Minister Blasts DPT For Clear Lack of Direction & Leadership

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[caption id="attachment_1851" align="alignleft" width="329"] Leah Scott, OBA Shadow Minister of Transport[/caption] Shadow Transport Minister Leah Scott has criticized the Department of Transport (DPT) over confusing communications about whether the bus service would or would not run on National ... Read more

Bermuda’s Judiciary Adopts Equal Treatment Benchbook

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On June 4, 2018, the Judiciary of Bermuda formally adopted an Equal Treatment Benchbook which is posted on the Judiciary website: www.gov.bm/department/judiciary. It is a practice guide for judicial officers the adoption of which was first publicaly foreshadowed at the Opening of the Legal Year Cere... Read more

DPT: Bus Cancellations Increase as a Result of Industrial Action

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The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) regrets to advise that as a result of the ongoing work to rule by unionized bus workers, there is an increased number of  cancellations of bus runs. Buses scheduled for the evening hours last night (Tuesday) were directly affected after 8pm. A spo... Read more

Police: Two Bermudian Men Arrested in UK on Terrorism Related Charges

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The Bermuda Police Service can confirm that two Bermudian males that have been living in the UK for a significant period of time were arrested on terrorism related charges after UK authorities were alerted to a Bury, Greater Manchester residence.   The two men, said to be 24-years-old and 23-y... Read more

Minister Foggo: “Existing Decentralised HR Model Has Proven Hugely Inefficient”

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In her second progress report, Minister of Government Reform told MPs that the "existing decentralised HR model that currently exists within the Government has proven hugely inefficient".   In a Ministerial Statement delivered on Friday, Ms Foggo said the 'future state organisational st... Read more

DPT Confirms Bus Service Resumes Tuesday Morning

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The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) advised Bermuda's bus commuting public, that the daily bus service resumes Tuesday morning, after workers pulled the plug on overtime that cancelled out public buses on Heroes Day.   A Ministry spokesman said: "DPT management and the Bermuda Indus... Read more