Brits Go Wild On Long-Overdue Night Out With Pubs & Bars Packed Across Country

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[caption id="attachment_42788" align="alignleft" width="383"] Crowds filled the streets of Soho in central London on Saturday night - Image: Marcin Nowak/LNP[/caption] Mirror Online: LONDON, England - Fun-loving Brits made the most of the Bank Holiday weekend and braved the cold to hit pubs and bar... Read more

Young Woman In Serious Collision Airlifted Overseas For Treatment

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The young woman who sustained a serious head injury in a two-vehicle collision earlier this week has been airlifted overseas for medical treatment. The 20-year-old motorcyclist was in a collision with a truck on Tuesday, at the junction of Middle Road and Verdmont Road in Smith's around 6:25pm. She ... Read more

Department of Immigration Proceeding With Planned Deportations

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  News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - Regarding the deportation of Brittonie Taylor, this matter is currently before the Courts, and the Government will limit its public comments to ensure this matter is not prejudiced. As a standard operational procedure, when it is: i) more economical; ii) logistic... Read more

Bermuda Government Committed To Transparency & Regulatory Excellence

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The following statement was released by the Ministry of Finance on Thursday, April 29, 2021... Bermuda has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to transparency and regulatory excellence over the years to build a reputation as a good place to do quality business. Considerable time and resources h... Read more

BPS On Planned Protest Rally

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Bermuda Police Service, (BPS) is aware of a post circulating on social media message, inviting members of the community to attend a peaceful car rally starting from the Flag Pole on Front Street at 12 noon, on Sunday, May 5th, this coming Sunday, to protest gov... Read more

TCD Is Open With Limited Services

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Transport Control Department (TCD) reopened with limited services to the public on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. A TCD spokesperson said: “Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, adjustments have been made to the provision of services to our customers. Initially, our aim ... Read more

Police Appeal For Additional Witnesses To Serious Two Vehicle Collision

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The investigation into a serious two vehicle collision involving a truck and a motorcycle that occurred around 6:35pm Tuesday, April 27th at the junction of Middle Road and Verdmont Road in Smith’s parish continues, with any additional witnesses urged to come fo... Read more

For Now, COVID-19 Vaccination Required To Board Cruise Ships

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Times Union: NEW YORK - US travelers soon will be able to vacation again on cruise ships, but with two catches: they will need to show they’ve fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and must travel out of the country before boarding. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention barred cruise ships fr... Read more

NYC To Reopen 100% On July 1: Mayor de Blasio

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN - New York is back, baby! Mayor de Blasio said Thursday that New York City would “fully reopen” from the COVID-19 pandemic on July 1. “Our plan is to fully reopen on July 1. We are ready for stores to open, for businesses to open, offices, theaters,” d... Read more

Minister Appeals To Landlords & Financial Assistance Recipients

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  [caption id="attachment_42704" align="alignleft" width="306"] Photo: YouTube[/caption] The Minister responsible for the Department of Financial assistance made a to Bermuda's landlords "to assist as best you can to be fair and help those in need of support". In a statement released on Wednesday (... Read more