Ventilator ‘Rationing’ Begins In UK: Only Patients With ‘Reasonable Certainty’ of Survival Are Put on Machines

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[caption id="attachment_24547" align="alignleft" width="387"] St Mary's Hospital in Paddington[/caption] Ventilator "rationing" has begun in the UK as only patients with a "reasonable certainty" of survival are to be put on the machines at a London hospital. The UK coronavirus death toll has ris... Read more

COVID-19: Human Rights Commission – Do Not Forget The Vulnerable

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Government’s emergency coronavirus legislation is designed to protect those in vulnerable situations and safeguard our future. Such measures have significant implications for all of us, however it is particularly important to consider carefully the specific... Read more

COVID-19 Update: National Security Minister to Meet With Faith-Based Community on Monday

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Minister of National Security, Wayne Caines advised that he will host a meeting with Bermuda's faith-based community on Monday (March 16), to discuss the Government of Bermuda's COVID-19 preparation and guidance plans regarding large social gatherings. The M... Read more

Town Hall Meeting on Immigration Bill Tonight at CedarBridge Academy

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - A town hall meeting will take place tonight (March 12) to discuss new immigration legislation tabled in the House of Assembly. People are invited to CedarBridge Academy for the meeting about amendments to the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act. National S... Read more

Zindziswa Swan Declared The Winner Extraordinary Municipal Election Corporation of St George’s

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When all was said and done, Zindziswa Swan was declared the winner in the extraordinary municipal election held at Penno's Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal in St George's on Thursday (February 28), with the votes being shared. The final result: Colin David Campbell              ... Read more

Police: Upcoming Road Sobriety Checkpoints in Seven Parishes

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise the public that the next series of road sobriety checkpoints (as specified in the Official Gazette Notice Wednesday, February 19th) will be conducted starting Friday, February 28th. The checkpoints will be in effect ... Read more

Public Works Update: Sewage Spill on Palmetto Road by Dock Hill

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda - The Ministry of Public Works’ Highways Section, advises that the previously closed section of road has been cleaned of all sewage and reopened to traffic. We extend our sincere thanks to the public for their patience and cooperation as we went about cleaning the... Read more

Sudden Death of 75-Year-Old Elliott Van Putten

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Police have confirmed the death of 75-year-old Elliott Van Putten, whose body was found in a public restroom at the Hamilton Docks on Monday night. A police spokesman said: “Despite life-saving efforts by responding emergency medical technicians, he was pronounced dead at that location by an on... Read more

Police: 36-Year-Old Man Arrested for Willful Damage to Public Pay Phone

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Officers on mobile patrol arrested a 36-year-old in the City of Hamilton on Tuesday (November 26) on suspicion of causing willful damage to a pay phone on Cedar Avenue. Police say the incident occurred around 10:50pm on Tuesday night, when the officers "came to a stop near the junction with Victori... Read more

Nine Entrepreneurs Approved For BTA Tourism Investment Funding

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News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda (November 21, 2019) — Nine entrepreneurs and event producers have been approved in the latest round of the Bermuda Tourism Authority’s Experience Investment Programme this fall. Another five participants performed favourably in the application process—decisi... Read more