Police: Another Male Motorcyclist Injured in Early Morning Accident

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Another male motorist was rushed to the Emergency Department following a serious collision on Middle Road in Southampton, near the Wok Express. Police say the accident occurred around 12:10am Sunday (October 13) near Hawthorn Lane. A spokesman said: "It appears that a male motorcyclist and a m... Read more

Another View on Unemployed Locals, Exploited Foreigners & a Minimum Wage For Bermuda

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The following post was published by Ryan Robinson Perinchief on Facebook, on September 27, 2019 & released for publication by Bermuda Real By not demanding a minimum wage for Bermuda, Bermudians are: 1) undercutting their own labour force by encouraging the importation of foreign workers, ... Read more

Cedarbridge Academy Closed For The Remainder of the  Day

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - Th Department of Education made a decision today, September 11, to close Cedarbridge Academy for the remainder of the day due to a power outage. Around 12 pm, the school facility experienced an outage in electricity and the generator power immediately kicked in. D... Read more

Premier Extends ‘Heartfelt Sympathies to Our Neighbours in The Bahamas’

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Premier David Burt stated tonight that Bermuda will look to deploy Royal Bermuda Regiment soldiers to assist, "if necessary", following consultation with the Governor, following widespread devastation in the Bahamas this past weekend. In a statement issued tonight, the Premier extended "heartfelt... Read more

Public Works Advisory: Labour Day Holiday Garbage Collection for West End Residents

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Ministry of Public Works is advising that due to the Labour Day holiday (Monday September 2), trash that would normally be collected that day will instead be collected on Saturday, August 31. All other waste collection is unaffected by the holiday. Visit w... Read more

Barbados Shuts Down Bracing as Tropical Storm Dorian Gains Strength Threatening to Become a Hurricane

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The eastern Caribbean Island of Barbados shut down today (August 26) bracing for Tropical Storm Dorian, which is approaching the area and gaining strength. Forecasters say the storm is "threatening to turn into a small hurricane" and "could affect the northern Windward islands and Puerto Rico in ... Read more

Bank of Jamaica No Longer Exchanging Bermuda Dollars as of Today

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As of today (August 26), the Bank of Jamaica (BOA) will no longer exchange Bermuda dollars as it "has been unable to repatriate this particular foreign currency". According to the statement released last week on the bank's website: "This decision has been taken in a context where the Bank has bee... Read more

OBA MP Susan Jackson: PLP is Making Seniors Pay

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The following statement was released by One Bermuda Alliance MP Susan Jackson... In light of the bold statements made by Efficiency Chairman, Minister Wayne Furbert, it surprises and frustrates me that so little attention is made to improve the lives of those who depend on Government services t... Read more

Young Off Duty Cop in Early Morning Accident Upgraded & Moved Out of ICU

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Good news out of the hospital updates on the off duty police officer who sustained serious injuries in an early morning road traffic accident several weeks ago. Police say the 22-year male officer's condition has been upgraded to stable and he is now on a general ward following an extensive perio... Read more

‘Furbert Makes a Good Soundbite on Socio-Economic Policies But Doesn’t State What They Actually Are’

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The following statement was released by One Bermuda Leader Craig Cannonier - Opposition Leader [caption id="attachment_10202" align="alignleft" width="208"] Craig Cannonier, OBA Leader[/caption] The Minister for Cabinet was being disingenuous at his press conference when he announced some good... Read more