BHB Statement: On Support for Radiation Therapy Unit With Equipment Upgrade

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On island radiation therapy is a step closer to being a reality as the Bermuda Hospitals Board announces upgrades to one of its CT scanners has been completed. Installation teams from General Electric (GE) and LAP installed the equipment and software earlier this month. BHB has partnered ... Read more

ACBDA: What to Take & What Not to Take to the America’s Cup Village

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The ACBDA today released a relatively extensive list of restricted items for the upcoming 35th America's Cup, to be held for the first time in Bermuda's Great Sound next week. While noting that excitement is mounting with tickets selling fast, spectators were urged "to pay careful attention to th... Read more

Police: Suspected Gunman Arrested in Connection With Mother’s Day Shooting Incident

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Police today confirmed the arrest of a 29-year-old man in connection with the firearm incident that occurred shortly after 6pm on Mother's Day in the Court Street area. A spokesman said: "A search warrant executed Monday evening in the King Street, Pembroke area - part of a proactive police inves... Read more

Premier to Join US Business Leaders in Live Media Event at Bloomberg in NYC

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Premier Michael Dunkley will join US business leaders in a live three-hour media event at Bloomberg headquarters in New York on Wednesday, May 17th. The invitation only event is being co-hosted by the Bermuda Business and Development Agency, to highlight "issues important to the Bermuda market" i... Read more

Man Shot on Mother’s Day Reports Incident to Police

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Police have identified a suspect in connection with Bermuda's latest shooting incident that occurred shortly after 6pm on Mother's Day in the area of Court Street and Elliot Street in Pembroke. Detective Sergeant Jason Smith is heading up the investigation by the Serious Crime Unit, whi... Read more

Update: Minister Provides a Breakdown of 1,028 America’s Cup Work Permits

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On reading the article published by Bermuda Real, Home Affairs Minister Patricia Gordon-Pamplin issued a breakdown on the 1,028 work permits issued in connection with the 35th America's Cup. Responding to questions from Opposition MP Diallo Rabain, the Minister told MPs that 1,028 permits have be... Read more

More Than 1,000 Work Permits Issued For America’s Cup

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Home Affairs Minister Patricia Gordon-Pamplin has disclosed that just over 1,000 work permits have been issued in connection with the America's Cup. Responding to questions fielded by Opposition MP Diallo Rabain, the Minister told MPs that 1,028 work permits have been issued for the AC. She also ... Read more

Police: American Vacationer Identified as Fourth 2017 Road Fatality Victim

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The Bermuda Police Service has confirmed the death of a 68-year-old American vacationer Edmund Prentis, who died following a road traffic accident on Thursday. A spokesman said: "Mr Prentis, an American visitor said to be from Westhampton Beach, New York was seriously injured around 10a... Read more

Premier Congratulates New Prime Minister of the Bahamas After General Election

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Premier Michael Dunkley has formally extended congratulatory remarks to the new Prime Minister of the Bahamas following the General Election held on May 10th. In an excerpt from the letter to Dr Hubert Minnis, the Premier wrote: "...Bermuda is proud of our good relations with the Bahamas, and on ... Read more

Police Confirm Death of Jokeem Richardson & Arrest of Female Car Driver

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Police have confirmed the death of 23-year-old Jokeem Richardson, who lost his life as a result of the three-vehicle accident on Blue Hole Hill yesterday. In a statement released today, a spokesman also confirmed that the car driver, "believed to be a 55-year-old Smith's Parish woman, was arreste... Read more