Mixed Reaction to Paula Cox’s Independent Bid in July 18th General Election

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There's mixed reaction today to the resignation of former Premier Paula Cox from the Progressive Labour Party, and her plans to run as an Independent candidate in the July 18th General Election. A number of party stalwarts, who asked not to be named, have questioned Ms Cox's bid, and whether it i... Read more

Baron Issues Statement Following Racist Post on Sister’s Facebook Page

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National Security Minister Senator Jeff Baron today condemned the racist rant posted on his sister's Facebook page that went viral on social media overnight. In a statement issued this morning, Sen Baron insisted that he does not support discriminatory or racist comments. "Last evening I was a... Read more

PLP: Burt Rolls Out Final 18 Candidates in Next General Election – 16 Are Incumbents

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Exactly 21 days to the day Bermuda's electorate goes to the polls, Opposition leader David Burt today announced the final slate of Progressive Labour Party (PLP) candidates in the next General Election - 16 are sitting MP's. Speaking at Alaska Hall this afternoon, Mr Burt confirmed that he will r... Read more

One Month After Fatal Boat Crash Man Still Not Formally Charged in Court

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A 26-year-old man arrested and released on police bail with strict conditions, has yet to be formally charged in connection with that fatal boat crash that claimed the life of a New Zealand woman and injured two others. When contacted by Bermuda Real, a spokesman said the investigation was "ongoi... Read more

Police Confirm Sudden Death of Calvin Carmichael

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The Bermuda Police Service today confirmed the death of 55-year-old Calvin Carmichael who was found in an unresponsive state aboard his 24ft boat moored in waters off Lagoon Park dock around 7:40pm last night. While extending condolences to Mr Carmichael's family and friends, a spokesman said: "M... Read more

Registered Voters Up By 3,002 For Next General Election on July 18th

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A clear indication that Bermuda's electorate is ready to go to the polls out of the Parliamentary Registrar's Office today, with word that the first draft of the final register to be published next week is up by 3,002 voters. The final count will be published on July 3rd, after the seven-day obje... Read more

Dr Brown Calls for a Commission of Inquiry Into BPS & Attorney General’s Chambers

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One year after he challenged police to "put up or shut up" by either charging him or ending their multi-million dollar investigation, former Premier Dr Ewart Brown has called for a Commission of Inquiry to look into the conduct of both the police and the Attorney General's Chambers. Terming it an... Read more

Another Man Found Dead in Sandys in Boat Just Off Lagoon Road

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Police are tonight investigating another sudden death of a 55-year-old man believed to be from Southampton, who was found on board a boat in waters just off Lagoon Road in Sandys. First responders were dispatched to a report of an unresponsive male who was found "adrift aboard a boat" around 7:40... Read more

PLP Rolls Out Three New Candidates to Run in General Election

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Opposition leader David Burt announced three new Progressive Labour Party candidates who will run in the next General Election. Architect Curtis Richardson will take on One Bermuda Alliance MP Dr Grant Gibbons in Paget East, lawyer Kathy Simmons will run against Senator Jeff Baron in Warwick Nort... Read more

Police: More Counterfeit Money Circulating This Time Its $100 Bermuda Notes

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Police issued another advisory today urging businesses and staff to be on the look out for counterfeit $100 Bermuda notes circulating around the island. A police spokesman said: "Unique security features of the Bermuda $100 note include the flower see-through feature, hibiscus watermark with sail... Read more