Organisers Hail ‘March Against Violence’ Up West a Major Success

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Organisers of the 'Walking Up West March Against Violence' that saw nearly 400 school students and supporters participate in a symbolic march against violence in Bermuda, are today hailing the first-ever event of its kind, as a major success. When contacted by Bermuda Real the day after, Desmon... Read more

Finance Minister: ‘An Inexcusable Error’ – Credit Card Services Fee Information Incorrect

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - “An inexcusable error,” said Minister of Finance, Curtis Dickinson today, who confirmed that he learned of the government’s release regarding credit card charges for payments from the media. The Minister continued: “Contrary to established protocols, the r... Read more

DPT Advisory: Alternate Bus Routes Due to Black Watch Pass Road Closure

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Department of Public Transportation advises the public, that due to Black Watch Pass closing from May 6 – 20, inbound and outbound buses to the City of Hamilton will take alternate routes. Inbound buses on route 11 will travel into the city via North Shore R... Read more

Police Confirm Sudden Death of 69-Year-Old David Aitken

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The Bermuda Police Service today confirmed the sudden death of 69-year-old David Aitken, who was found by a family member in "an unresponsive state inside a car on Tuesday, April 30, on Hidden Lane in Pembroke. A spokesman said: "He was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance but ... Read more

POA Chairman: ‘This Has to Go to Arbitration- No One With a Sane Mind Works in Deplorable Conditions’

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[caption id="attachment_11683" align="alignleft" width="348"] Timothy Seon, President, Prison Officers Association[/caption] Bermuda's maximum security prison is destined for a long hot summer that will be hotter than usual, as prison officers look set to take their case, citing ten years with no... Read more

Government Will Charge a Service Fee For All Debit & Credit Card Payments

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Government is reminding the public that people who use credit cards to pay their taxes will incur a service fee to do so. As announced in the 2019/2020 budget, for many years the government has been incurring millions of dollars in credit card charges due to t... Read more

Wedco: Help is at Hand in Dockyard

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News Release: West End Development Corporation - If you don't know where to go or not sure which ferry to catch, don't worry - help is at hand! Two teams - nine Transport Coordinators and five Ambassadors - are at work ensuring that guests of the Royal Naval Dockyard feel comfortable and at ease... Read more

POA Chairman’s Statement on ‘Unaddressed Adverse Matters’ Behind Prison Walls

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The following statement was released by Prison Officers Association Chairman Timothy Seon today - stay tuned for the rest of the REAL STORY on BermudaReal.com later - stay tuned... The Prison Officers’ Association has been faced with unaddressed adverse matters pertaining to safety, security, a... Read more

Tourism Plan Aims to Double African American Air Travel to Bermuda

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Hamilton, Bermuda (May 1, 2019) – The Bermuda National Tourism Plan has set an ambitious goal to double the number of African American leisure air visitors by 2025, a target the Bermuda Tourism Authority believes is achievable based on extensive research. Currently African Americans represent ... Read more

Blackwatch Pass Will be Closed to Traffic For More Work on Wall Face

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The Ministry of Public Works is advising that effective May 6, 2019, Blackwatch Pass will be closed to traffic so that construction works to the wall face can be conducted. The closure is expected to last until May 20, 2019. While Blackwatch Pass is closed the public is encouraged to plan ahead ... Read more