St George’s Man, 40 On Remand For Possessing A Gun & Ammunition & Drug Offences

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A 40-year-old St George's man was remanded in custody until July 1, when he will face a formal indictment in the Supreme Court for possessing a gun and ammunition, in addition to drug offences. Gregory Outerbridge, was formally charged with possessing a black Taurus revolver, six rounds of ammun... Read more

San Diego Zoo Welcomes 1st Aardvark Birth In Years

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Associated Press: SAN DIEGO — An aardvark cub born at the San Diego Zoo is doing well and developing quickly, according to wildlife specialists. The female cub was born May 10 and will nurse from her mother, Zola, for about six months, the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance said this week in annou... Read more

YouthVision Promotion To Host ‘Live In Peace Gombey Celebration’ On Saturday, June 11

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News Release: Tuesday, June 7, 2022 - On behalf of YouthVision Promotion, I would like to invite the public to the Hamilton Parish "LIVE IN PEACE GOMBEY CELEBRATION" on Saturday, JUNE 11, 2022. This celebration will honour the late Daemon Bell, a Bailey's Bay Cricket Club family member who tragic... Read more

The Happiest Mother’s Day Ever As Long Island Couple Prepares To Bring Their Miracle Son Home

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New York Daily News: MANHATTAN - For freshly-minted parent Ruth Miller, her first Mother’s Day will arrive as nothing less than a miracle. The Long Island woman and her husband, after years of heartbreak from failed efforts to conceive, welcomed their son Abraham on Jan. 2, a gift weighing just... Read more

Flight Cancellations & Delays As ‘Tech Issues’ Hit British Airways

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REUTERS: LONDON - British Airways has said “significant technical issues” resulted in a number of flight cancellations and disruption across its operation on Friday. The airline said the problem, which was affecting its website, app and airport operations, had not been caused by a cyber-attac... Read more

Rev Dr Emily Gail Dill Sworn In As New Government Senator 

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The Reverend Dr Emily Gail Dill was sworn in this morning as the new Government senator to replace Curtis Richardson who stepped down from the appointed post last month. Rev Dill was officially sworn in by the Governor, Rena Lalgie, in a short ceremony at Government House on Langton Hill. Prem... Read more

Termite Invasion! JA Pest Control Officials Alert Schools To Infestation Challenge That Will Prove Costly

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Jamaica Observer: KINGSTON, By Romardo Lyons - WITH most school buildings being closed for the majority of the last two years, allowing for very little ventilation, pest control specialists are reporting that insects have invaded a number of schools and are urging administrators to look out for sign... Read more

Nine In custody For Red Stripe Robbery In Jamaica

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Jamaica Observer: KINGSTON — Nine people are now in custody in connection with the massive robbery at Red Stripe on Sunday morning. The nine, which include one female, were detained between Monday and Wednesday as the St Andrew South police continue to probe the $8 million robbery. Head of the di... Read more

Advisory On Another Fake Government Email Circulating

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - It’s been brought to the Government’s attention that there is a phishing email circulating purporting to be from the Accountant General’s Department. The fake email contains a malware attachment that is dangerous to computer systems if opened. Again, the email... Read more

Centennial Announces 2022 Community Investment Grantmaking Guidelines & Upcoming Training Webinars

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News Release: Wednesday, December 1, 2021 — Centennial Bermuda Foundation (Centennial) has released its 2022 Community Investment Priorities and Grantmaking Guidelines. The guidelines explain the work, and research behind the strategy and provide details on what Centennial seeks to fund, and how t... Read more