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BFA Reschedule Postponed Football Matches

BFA Reschedule Postponed Football Matches

After recent game postponements, the Bermuda Football Association [BFA] have today [Oct 21] issued a timetable for rescheduled matches. A BFA spokesperson said, “Please take note of the following changes to the schedule and be guided accordingly.The Dudley Eve Semi-Final scheduled for Sunday – October 19th has been moved to Thursday – October... Read more of this article

A.M. Best Affirms Ratings Of Rembrandt

A.M. Best Affirms Ratings Of Rembrandt

A.M. Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of A [Excellent] and the issuer credit rating of “a” of Rembrandt Insurance Company, Ltd. [Rembrandt] [Bermuda]. The outlook for both ratings remains stable. A statement from the rating company said, “Rembrandt is a captive of Vitol Holding BV [Netherlands], a holding company of a group... Read more of this article

St Johns Preschool Will Remain Closed On Wed

St Johns Preschool Will Remain Closed On Wed

Following the direct hit from Hurricane Gonzalo, Government schools re-opened today [Oct 21], except for two; Devonshire Preschool which will be open on Wed, while St Johns Preschool will remain closed. All the private schools [MSA, Saltus, BHS, Warwick Academy, Somersfield and Bermuda Institute] are already open. For all our coverage of Hurricane Gonzalo... Read more of this article

Bermuda Stock Exchange Report: Oct 21 2014

Bermuda Stock Exchange Report: Oct 21 2014

Today [Oct 21] saw no shares trade on the Bermuda Stock Exchange. The BSX closed at 1,378.97, even on the day. There were 0 advances, 1 decline, and 3 remained unchanged. The full report from the BSX is available here [PDF]. Related PostsBermuda Aviation Services Share Repurchase Somers Appoints Charles Jillings As Director LOM [Holdings]... Read more of this article

Live Updates: Aftermath Of Hurricane Gonzalo

Live Updates: Aftermath Of Hurricane Gonzalo

[Still updating as of Tuesday: transportation, school/business openings, power restoration and more] Bermuda is in full recovery mode after being struck by Tropical Storm Fay, and Hurricane Gonzalo in the space of only a few days. There was no loss of life or critical injuries from either storm, however there were widespread power outages and damage... Read more of this article

CableVision Provides Storm Restoration Update

CableVision Provides Storm Restoration Update

Following the damage from Fay and Gonzalo, Bermuda CableVision have now completed the repair to their main distribution plant, and have three larger teams working in the eastern, central and western areas of the Island to bring customers back online. CEO Terry Roberson said, “Bermuda CableVision has been working into the night to restore service... Read more of this article

Shakespeare Schools Festival Cancelled

Shakespeare Schools Festival Cancelled

The 7th Annual Bermuda Shakespeare Schools Festival, scheduled to be held at the Earl Cameron Theatre this week is cancelled, as the students had missed too many practice times due to both Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricane Gonzalo. A spokesperson said, “We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this will cause. “We spoke with the teachers... Read more of this article

Motorcyclist Injured In Three Vehicle Collision

Motorcyclist Injured In Three Vehicle Collision

A 49 year old man was injured and taken to hospital yesterday [Oct 20] after the motorcycle he was riding was involved in a three vehicle collision in Sandys involving a motorcycle and two cars. A police spokesperson said, “Around 6pm on Monday, October 20th first responders attended a reported three vehicle collision at the junction of Mangrove... Read more of this article

Logic: “Core Network Remained Operational”

Logic: “Core Network Remained Operational”

Logic Communications Ltd. said that their core network remained operational throughout Hurricane Gonzalo with no loss of service for wired Internet service customers. “Although Logic’s Internet service remains operational, service to customers is dependent on their access provider’s [CableVision or BTC] service and the restoration of power... Read more of this article

Soldier Struck By Car While Directing Traffic

Soldier Struck By Car While Directing Traffic

A 29 year old Bermuda Regiment soldier — who was directing traffic as the road had been reduced to one lane due to debris — was struck by a car yesterday morning in Hamilton parish. A police spokesperson said, “Around 11:15am on Monday, October 20th first responders attended a reported collision on Harrington Sound Road in Hamilton... Read more of this article