Premier Burt: “The People Voted Against the Status Quo & For a New Way”

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Delivering his first keynote address as Premier, David Burt vowed to implement a living wage, examine the "historical injustices of stolen lands" and to unveil the truth about what really happened during the airport protest when protesters were pepper sprayed by police. Speaking at the sold out 3... Read more

Opposition Leader Patricia Gordon-Pamplin’s Labour Day Message

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Opposition Leader Patricia Gordon-Pamplin issued the following Labour Day Message: Labour Day is a time when all of our citizens can be heralded for their part in creating a Bermuda that works. Whether citizens are retirees who previously contributed; current workers who are presently bearing ... Read more

MPs Swan & Ming: Fire at Robertson’s is a Blow For Entire St George’s Community

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An investigation is now underway to determine the cause of the fire that gutted Robertson's Drugstore in St George's on Saturday, which is believed to have started from an air conditioning unit. A spokeswoman for the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service said first responders were alerted by an alarm s... Read more

Premier David Burt’s Labour Day Message: “Remember The Struggle”

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Premier David Burt issued the following Labour Day Message on Friday, September 1, 2017: On Labour Day we remember and recognize workers who struggled to ensure decent and fair working conditions for us all. We must never forget that the advances in this country and around the world have been har... Read more

Unauthorised Appliance Causes Evacuation at LF Wade International Airport on Friday

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The LF Wade International Airport was evacuated on Friday afternoon due to a fire alarm activation. A Skyport Airport Duty Officer said: "At 3:01pm, the Life Safety System audible alarm was activated in the airport and emergency services were called. The building was immediately evacuated by staf... Read more

BUT Votes to Abandon Work to Rule For Start of the New School Year

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The Bermuda Union of Teachers (BUT) has abandoned the work to rule by the island's public school teachers for the start of the new school year. The vote was taken at a general membership meeting yesterday, in light of recent developments in negotiations for a new wage agreement with Government. ... Read more

Third Cruise Ship Passenger Arrested in Connection With Violent Beating of Teens

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A third cruise ship passenger has been arrested by police in connection with a violent beating that has left two teenaged males in hospital with serious head injuries. The incident occurred near the pharmacy in Dockyard around 3am on Friday, after the theft of jewellery from one of the three pass... Read more

American Man Charged With Sex Assault of a Minor on Cruise To Bermuda

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A 30-year-old man originally from Mississippi, has been charged with sexually assaulting a minor while on board a cruise ship bound for Bermuda from Boston. According to a report in the Boston Globe, the US resident was charged on Wednesday, in a Massachusetts Federal Court with assaulting a mino... Read more

Police Investigating Another Stabbing Incident This Time Three Men Stabbed at Belvin’s Variety

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Police are investigating another reported stabbing incident that occurred around 5:35pm today at Belvin's Variery in Happy Valley. A police spokesman said: "Two men were taken to the hospital via ambulance and one man refused medical attention. "The suspect was arrested by police a few ... Read more

Colonel Burch: “The Process For Reporting & Recording of Maintenance Issues In Schools is Flawed”

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Six weeks into the new Progressive Labour Party administration, Public Works Minister Colonel David Burch has stated that the current system of conducting major repairs to the island's public schools during a two-month summer holiday period is flawed. Speaking at the cross-Ministry news conferenc... Read more