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

OBA: ‘Where Is The Tangible Plan To Combat Gang Violence?’

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The following statement was released on Sunday, November 28, 2021, by One Bermuda Alliance MP Michael Dunkley, the Shadow Minister of National Security...   Normally Ministers provide statements to Parliament to update members on matters of importance within their Ministry. Friday’s statement by... Read more

5 dead, 40 Injured After SUV Speeds Into Christmas Parade

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Associated Press: WAUKESHA, Wisconsin — A joyous scene of marching bands and children dancing in Santa hats and waving pompoms turned deadly in an instant, as an SUV sped through barricades and into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing at least five people and injuring more than 40 ot... Read more

Tree Planting Ceremony To Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives Due To COVID In Bermuda

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A tree planting ceremony to remember those who lost their lives due to COVID-19 in Bermuda, was held at the Botanical Gardens on Friday (Nov 12). A moment of silence was held in memory of the 106 lives lost. Premier David Burt, who was in attendance, said: "As we gather here today to memorialize tho... Read more

South Africa’s Last Apartheid President, FW De Klerk, Dies

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[caption id="attachment_50580" align="alignleft" width="387"] Photo: nbcnewyork.com[/caption] Associated Press: JOHANNESBURG  — FW de Klerk, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela and as South Africa’s last apartheid president oversaw the end of the country’s white minority rule... Read more

Police Investigating What Could Be A Murder-Suicide Attempt, Man In Custody

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Police are today investigating what could be a murder-suicide attempt, after a 28-year-old woman was found stabbed to death at a Smith's Parish home, with a 37-year-old unresponsive man lying next to her. Police officers arrived at the scene around 2:45am today (Nov 10) in response to a reported dom... Read more

KBRA Review: Finance Minister Addresses Opposition Critics

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Responding to criticism levelled by Opposition Leader Cole Simons on "KBRA's review of Bermuda's debt, Finance Minister Curtis Dickinson took aim at a recent article published in the daily newspaper on October 20. Speaking at a news conference on Monday (Nov 1), the Minister referred to article, 'OB... Read more