Tokia Russell: 6th Road Traffic Fatality

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Bermuda recorded a sixth road traffic fatality during the early morning hours, following a two vehicle accident in Paget. The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 38-year-old Tokia Anthony Russell, who died as a result of injuries sustained in a collision that took place around 2:5... Read more

Cabinet Set To Award Contract For Swing Bridge Upgrade

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Cabinet is set to award a contract for an eight to ten week project to strengthen the Swing Bridge and remove the weight restriction currently in effect. Responding to Parliamentary Questions fielded by Opposition MP Derrick Burgess, Public Works Minister Craig Cannonier said the final feasibilit... Read more

Tenants At Nine Beaches Living Rent Free

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Public Works Minister Craig Cannonier confirmed on Friday that the tenants housed at Nine Beaches are currently living rent free at Daniel’s Head. Responding to Parliamentary Questions by Opposition MP Dennis Lister, the Minister said IRC Sandys Limited should not have rented the tourist units ... Read more

Middle School Teacher In Club Brawl

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Education Minister Wayne Scott confirmed today that a female school teacher’s job may be on the line as a result of her involvement in a club brawl. A video recording of the incident at Warwick Workman’s Club has since gone viral on the local social media circuit. Bermuda Real obtained a c... Read more

BIU: Airport Workers Say Enough Is Enough

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Bermuda Industrial Union (BIU) President Chris Furbert sounded a clear warning to Menzies Aviation, a multinational company “perceived as union busters” will be in for a rough road ahead if busting the BIU is on their agenda. The union leader held a news conference at BIU headquarters this we... Read more

Pathways to Status: Time to Deal With Bermuda’s Racist History

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Retired banker Phillip Butterfield warned today that it’s for a real adult “Come to Jesus Conversation” on Bermuda’s Immigration policy. Failure to do so he said will lead to “social chaos” in Bermuda. The former CEO of HSBC Bermuda was one of three panelists to address an estimated 1... Read more

Dr Ewart Brown : Time for Bermuda Police Service to Put Up or Shut Up!

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Former Premier Dr Ewart Brown stated outright today that it’s time for the Bermuda Police Service “to put up or shut up” on a five-year investigation aimed solely to discredit him. At a news conference held outside of Bermuda Healthcare Services (BHCS), Dr Brown said he fully supports his l... Read more

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