2017 General Election: Did You Know There Are 44 Registered Voters 100-Years-Old or Older?

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According to the 2017 Parliamentary Register, there are 44 centenarians 100-years-old or older, registered to vote in Bermuda. The breakdown on age groups also lists 639 residents between the age of 90 to 99 years of age, with another 2,714 in the 80 to 89-year-old age group and 5,100 voters betw... Read more

Bermuda Real Editorial: Women Voters Will Decide the Fate of OBA MP Leah Scott on July 18th

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There's an interesting race set to take place in Constituency 30 Southampton East Central, where the seat currently held by One Bermuda Alliance MP Leah Scott, could be reclaimed by the Progressive Labour Party. Ms Scott, a political newcomer in 2012, defeated PLP candidate Stephen Todd in the la... Read more

Police Investigate Source of “Two Anti-Social Conduct” Videos Circulating

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Police have initiated enquiries into two videos circulating via social media showing anti-social conduct and what appear to be crimes of violence. A spokesman said today: "Detectives are working to identify the subjects involved and encourage the public's assistance in coming forward to identify ... Read more

Slim Margin Wins & Losses in 2012 Will Be the Ones to Watch in Next Election Starting in St George’s Part I

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There are those who say the One Bermuda Alliance did not win the last General Election - the Progressive Labour Party lost it. On Tuesday, July 18th, Bermuda's electorate will decide, once again, which team will emerge victorious. In December 2012, the OBA won 19 seats to the PLP's 17, with a Pre... Read more

PLP Questions Why There is No Immigration Policy in OBA Platform

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Reflecting on the controversial Pathways to Status Bill introduced by Senator Michael Fahy that led to protests outside the House of Assembly, the Progressive Labour Party has questioned the absence of "any immigration policy" in the One Bermuda Alliance's platform. In a statement released yester... Read more

Police: Condition Updates on Four Injured in Three Weekend Road Accidents

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Four motorists injured in three separate weekend road traffic accidents remain in hospital today. At last check this morning (July 10th), a police spokesman said the 24-year-old male motorcyclist injured around 4:55am on Saturday, July 8th on Parsons Lane in Devonshire remained in stable conditio... Read more

Advanced Polling Days Start Tuesday, July 11th for Three Days

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Bermuda's Parliamentary Registrar issued an advisory today for all registered voters who will be travelling on or before polling day next week and incapacitated voters may vote in the advanced polls, starting tomorrow. The three-day period begins on Tuesday, July 11th, and continues on Wednesday,... Read more

Generation Next Urges Young Voters to Attend OBA Youth Forum This Evening

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The youth group Generation Next is today urging all young voters to attend the One Bermuda Alliance youth forum this evening, to ask the "unanswered questions" they have been inundated with in the lead up to the General Election. The forum will be held at CedarBridge Academy at 6pm. In a stat... Read more

Two Bermudians Jailed In The UK For Smuggling Cocaine

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Two Bermudians living in the UK were jailed today for a drug smuggling plot involving 307 grams of cocaine that was more than 50 percent pure, with an estimated street vale of $31,592, once converted from British pound value to US currency. According to the Hull Daily Mail, Sharnell "Ari-Genae" S... Read more

Salary Cuts From the Top Down in the Pipeline for Brown Clinics

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Salary cuts from the top down are in the pipeline in the "very near future" at Bermuda HealthCare Services and the Brown-Darrell Clinic, as a result of the recent move by the Bermuda Health Council that slashed insurance coverage for diagnostic imaging at the two medical facilities. In a statemen... Read more