Police Investigating Reported Burglaries at Commercial Properties

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Police are investigating a series of burglaries at commercial properties reported over the weekend. The incidents occurred sometime between Sunday morning (May 7th) and early Monday morning (May 8th) when intruders entered premise in the Victoria Street and Parsons Road areas of Pembroke. Bu... Read more

Home Affairs Minister: Government Will Not Appeal Same-Sex Court Ruling

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Speaking for the first time since the recent court ruling on same-sex marriage, Home Affairs Minister Patricia Gordon- Pamplin has confirmed that Government will not appeal the landmark ruling. Following legal advice, the Minister acknowledged the Supreme Court ruling handed down last Friday. "We... Read more

America’s Cup: New Access Restrictions With Advanced Online Bookings Required

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New traffic access and parking restrictions will go into effect in Dockyard on May 26th, with the official opening of the 35th America's Cup in Bermuda's Great Sound. The ACBDA announced more details on transportation links to the America's Cup Village during the race series. A road checkpoint wi... Read more

Linda Mienzer Vows to Continue ‘Olson Boycott’ to Make Racism a National Priority

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Community activist Linda Mienzer has vowed to continue the 'Rick Olson Boycott Campaign' until Government revisits his contract for the concession at Horseshoe Bay. Now she's pushing to make the impact of racism in Bermuda a national priority. Three weeks after his comment and link posted on Face... Read more

Two Men Arrested After Police Recover Firearm

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Two men have been arrested in connection with the recovery of a firearm, following an incident near the Grace Methodist Church on Monday night. Police were tight-lipped on what actually transpired, although reports circulating via social media indicates that a woman travelling with a male ac... Read more

BPS: 25 Year Stovell Murder Sentence Sends a “Clear and Unequivocal Message”

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The 28-year-old man found guilty of the murder of Lorenzo Stovell will spend the next 25 years behind bars before he can apply for parole, when he will be in his 50s. Travone Saltus was sentenced in the Supreme Court yesterday for the murder committed in September 2012. The victim was gunned down... Read more

Former Accountant General Employee Charged in Wales With Laundering $2.5 Million

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AA former Accountant General employee, his wife and two others have been formally charged with various money laundering offences involving $2.5 million allegedly stolen from the Bermuda Government. Jeffrey Bevan, 49, and Samantha Bevan, 51, from Cwmbran and Joel Ismail, 41, and Paul Charity, 51, ... Read more

Anglican Bishop of Bermuda: Time to Break The Silo Mentality For Churches to Speak With One Voice on Bermuda’s Social Issues

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* Bermuda Real sat down with the Anglican Bishop of Bermuda, the Rt Rev Nicholas Dill, who was one of many who participated in the prayer vigil on Parliament Hill, in the lead up to the controversial airport debate, after protesters were pepper-sprayed by police outside the House of Assembly on... Read more

PLP to Announce Renee Ming as Candidate in St George’s North in Next General Election

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All eyes may be focused on the upcoming America's Cup, but the Progressive Labour Party (PLP) has moved into election mode with word that their current leader in the Senate, Renee Ming, will be formally announced as the PLPs candidate in Constituency 1 St George's North tomorrow. The PLP has sche... Read more

Police: Two Men Injured in Two Vehicle Cavendish Road Collision

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Police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision on Cavendish Road in Pembroke around 12:45pm today. A spokesman said: "It appears that a motorcyclist with a pillion passenger was traveling along Cavendish Road and a car was being driven out of Grosvenor Court when ... Read more