Bermuda Civic Ballet Trustees Names Dominque Willis as New Acting Artistic Director

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda, June 20, 2019 - The Bermuda Civic Ballet Board of Trustees are pleased to introduce Dominique Willis as the new Acting Artistic Director for the Summer Intensive 2019 following the resignation of Coral Waddell after more than 40 years as Director. A spokesperson ... Read more

BPS Pay to Medivac Injured Visitor to US for Further Medical Treatment

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[caption id="attachment_12842" align="alignleft" width="357"] Stephen Corbishley, Commissioner of Police[/caption] The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) has confirmed that the police will pay for the American tourist seriously injured in a collision with a police motorcycle to be flown overseas for fu... Read more

Bermudian Tourism Ambassador Wins International Award

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Hamilton, Bermuda (June 19, 2019) –  Bermudian entrepreneur Dennie O’Connor has brought home the 2019 International Certified Tourism Ambassador ™ (CTA) Star Award, setting himself apart from other Tourism Ambassadors from around the US. The self-labelled “proud Bermudian” was put forw... Read more

Bermuda Delegation Opens Toronto Stock Exchange

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News Release: Toronto, ON, June 19, 2019—Bermuda Finance Minister Curtis Dickinson did the honours at a market-opening ceremony held at the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)yesterday, accompanied by a delegation from the island. The group is in Toronto for a multi-industry forum, hosted on Wednesday... Read more

Minister of Legal Affairs Public Notice of Release of Sex Offender – Junius Carman Caines 

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda, June 19, 2019 - Minister of Legal Affairs, Senator Kathy Lynn Simmons, today issued a public notice of the impending release, of sex offender Junius Carman Caines, who will be released from Westgate on June 24, 2019.   Pursuant to section 329H of the Criminal ... Read more

RBR Soldiers Doing an ‘Excellent Job’ on Multi-National Exercise Tradewinds in Caribbean

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A clinic staff nurse in St Vincent & the Grenadines has commended Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers for "doing an excellent job" on a run-down health clinic in need of upgrades. The local contingent spent the day (June 17) renovating the facility, as part of the multi-national Exercise Tradewin... Read more

Police Appeal to Help Locate 67-Year-Old Lionel Outerbridge

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Police issued an appeal last night for public assistance to help locate 67-year-old Lionel Outerbridge, who was last seen around 10:30M on Tuesday, June 18 in the Kent Avenue area of Devonshire. A police spokesperson said, “Mr Outerbride is described as brown complexioned, approximately 5 feet ... Read more

American Woman Hit by Police Motorcycle to be Airlifted to US for Further Medical Treatment

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The 36-year-old American woman struck by a police officer on a motorcycle in the City of Hamilton on Monday (June 17), was scheduled to be airlifted back to the United States for further medical treatment. The accident occurred around 5:25pm on Burnaby Street during the holiday weekend Carnival f... Read more

PLP Senator Richardson Sworn In as Junior Minister of Home Affairs & Cabinet Office

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Government Senator Anthony Richardson was formally sworn in as the Junior Minister for Home Affairs and the Cabinet Office at Government House on Friday. According to the statement released today (June 18): "Anthony Richardson was the PLP Candidate for Constituency #7, Hamilton South in the 2017 ... Read more

Court of Appeal Ruling on Pettingill ‘Conflict of Interest’ Case Expected Soon

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A Court of Appeal ruling on the legal battle over the legal representation of patients whose medical records were seized by police, is expected to be handed down within the next two weeks. That ruling will determine whether or not there is a conflict of interest by lawyer Mark Pettingill and lega... Read more