New Bus Route for West End Commuters Starts Today

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West end commuters will be in for a bit of east bound public transportation relief this morning. Starting today, June 6, 2016, “a select number of buses” bound for Hamilton on the Number 8 route, that previously departed from the Maritime Museum, “will now start their route at the Departmen... Read more

Update: Regulation Of Rest Homes & Nursing Homes

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Health Minister Jeanne Atherden told MPs, “we are living longer but not healthier lives” in Bermuda, “and our health declines as we age”. In a Ministerial Statement delivered in the House of Assembly on Friday, the Minister provided an update on the Government regulation of rest homes and... Read more

Stoneham: Officially Sworn In As Puisne Judge

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Flanked by family and friends as her mother proudly looked on Nicole Stoneham officially joined the ranks of Bermuda’s Supreme Court Judiciary this week, when she was sworn in at Government House on Wednesday. “This is a special occasion, for the about-to-be Justice Stoneham, but also for Ber... Read more

Anguished, Plea By Daniels Family On Man Missing

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Left with a grandson who constantly asks for his father, the mother of Jevon Daniels, who has been missing for two weeks, fought back tears in a heart felt plea for information on the whereabouts of her son. Jevon Daniels, 35, has not been seen since May 16th. In a joint appeal for public assi... Read more

Transport Minister Tackles Dockyard Bus Capacity Issues

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Newly appointed Transport Minister Michael Fahy will meet with public transport, tourism and Wedco officials today to thrash out capacity issues to transport thousands of cruise ship passengers to and from Dockyard. This after several complaints lodged by east bound west end residents left strand... Read more

Summerhaven: Whistleblower Fired For Exposing Video

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The man who released a damning video of a disabled patient injured while being transported on Summerhaven’s bus, has been fired by the new administrator at the privately run facility. Roger Richardson, 53, was called into the office of Rick Wynn last Wednesday, to be released of his services af... Read more

Cabinet Office to Relocate Temporarily

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Premier Michael Dunkley announced today that the Cabinet Office will be temporarily relocated to facilitate renovations that will see the removal of asbestos from the Front Street building. In a Ministerial Statement this morning, the Premier said the building, which is more than 230 years old is... Read more

Police: On First Gun Murder In Bermuda In 2016

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Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of 26-year-old Patrick Dill who was gunned down outside of his home on on Crosslands Lane in Pembroke, on Saturday, May 21st. In a statement released yesterday, Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines confirmed that two men are in police custody... Read more

HOA: Update On Bermuda Status Applications

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As of January 1, 2013 to date, there were 523 applications for Bermuda Status pending, with another 317 approved under clause 20B(2)(b) provision of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956. Home Affairs Minister Patricia Gordon-Pamplin released the latest figures in response to Parliament... Read more

House: New Committee on Impact of Unemployment of Women

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House Speaker Randolph Horton announced members of the new Joint Select Committee on the ‘Impact of Unemployment on Women and their Families’ on Friday. Members include: Kim Wilson of Constituency 34, Walton Brown of C17, Shawn Crockwell of C31, Nandi Outerbridge of C2, Leah Scott of C30, in ... Read more