PLP: Register to Vote & Make a Difference in Most Important General Election

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Bermuda's political pundits are watching with bated breath to see which way Premier Michael Dunkley will go in the lead up to the next General Election. But in the interim the Progressive Labour Party (PLP) has issued the rallying call for Bermudians to "register to vote and really make a diffe... Read more

Young Motocross Crash Victim’s Condition Upgraded From Critical to Stable in ICU

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The eight-year-old boy injured in a Motocross cycle crash is now listed in stable condition in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit where he was initially listed in critical condition. The accident occurred on Sunday afternoon on the West Pembroke School field when he struck a wall. A police spo... Read more

Shadow Home Affairs Minister: PLP Welcomes Court Decision on Rev Tweed’s Work Permit

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Shadow of Home Affairs Walton Brown today welcomed the court's decision to "strike down" Minister Patricia Gordon-Pamplin's "attempts to banish an OBA critic. In a statement released this morning, the Progressive Labour Party MP said: "The judgment asserts that Minister Gordon-Pamplin did not con... Read more

AG Trevor Moniz: Home Affairs Minister Will Reconsider Rev Tweed’s Work Permit

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Attorney General Trevor Moniz has confirmed that the Minister of Home Affairs, Patricia Gordon-Pamplin, will reconsider the work permit application of the Reverend Nicholas Tweed "in accordance with the relevant legal principles as identified" in the judgment handed down on Monday. In a prep... Read more

Rev Tweed: “A Momentary Victory in a Battle of a War That is Not Over”

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The Reverend Nicholas Tweed was greeted with a resounding round of applause after he won his legal challenge against the decision by Home Affairs Minister Patricia Gordon-Pamplin not to renew his work permit. The decision was handed down on Monday by Chief Justice Ian Kawaley, who also ruled that... Read more

Police: Fatal Crash Boat Driver Released on Bail With “Strict Conditions”

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The 26-year-old local man arrested in connection with a fatal boat crash that claimed the life of a New Zealand woman has been "released on police bail with strict conditions". In the latest update, a spokesman said police have spoken with several witnesses. They have also collected CCTV footage ... Read more

Police Confirm Death of New Zealand Woman – Local Male Resident Age 26 Arrested

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Police have confirmed the death of a 62-year-old New Zealand woman visiting Bermuda with her family, who tragically lost her life in that fatal boat crash in Hamilton Harbour last night. A spokesman also confirmed that the 26-year-old man driving the boat that crashed into the small inflatable cr... Read more

ACBDA: America’s Cup Tickets Sold Out in Several Areas

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America's Cup weekend passes and Grandstand seating at the AC Village are sold out for most weekends, although General Admission tickets are still available, some for $20. While there's still Grandstand seating available, weekend tickets for every remaining weekend have sold out. A spokeswoman... Read more

Black Watch Pass Reopened to Traffic as More Work Continues

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The Ministry of Public Works headed up by Craig Cannonier, announced today that Black Watch Pass has been reopened to traffic and pedestrians. The roadway reopened at 9am this morning, but a spokeswoman said more work following the rock scaling and rock face stabilization project will continue. ... Read more

OBA Moves Into General Election Mode With First Five Candidates Announced

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Premier Michael Dunkley has announced his first set of five candidates in the next General Election, including plans to have Senator Jeff Baron vie for the seat to be vacated by Independent MP Mark Pettingill. One Bermuda Alliance (OBA) candidates to run in the Warwick constituencies include Nalton... Read more