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Queen Street To Hold Boo Bash On October 31

Queen Street To Hold Boo Bash On October 31

Queen Street will again be the setting for safe – and free – Halloween trick or treating on Friday [Oct 31] evening when retailers on the popular shopping street open their doors to children in costume for the second year in a row. Boo Bash will see Daisy & Mac, Choices, Sassy and Baked open from 5.30 to 7.30pm tomorrow. Restaurants... Read more of this article

BPS Outlines Halloween Policing Strategy

BPS Outlines Halloween Policing Strategy

The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] has outlined their policing strategy for the Halloween holiday, encouraging “harmless family fun” and general safety for all celebrants. Acting Superintendent Jerome Laws, Officer Responsible for the Community Policing Division, said, “For those who celebrate Halloween the intention is for it to be... Read more of this article

75 Year Old Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI

75 Year Old Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI

A 75 year old Pembroke man was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving last night in Paget after the police saw him driving in what they termed an “erratic manner.” A police spokesperson said, “Around 8:30pm on Wednesday, October 29th police received a report of a suspected impaired driver traveling along South Road in Paget. “Officers... Read more of this article

Young Lifers Hold Fundraising Bake Sale

Young Lifers Hold Fundraising Bake Sale

Young Life Bermuda is hosting a bake sale today [Oct 30] in order to raise funds for the organization, with Janelle Williams, a former Young Lifer, generously donating her time and the ingredients with the help of friends to provide a unique event utilizing avocados that fell during Fay and Gonzola. All proceeds at $10 per loaf will be donated to Young... Read more of this article

Minister Fahy On Planning Matters Post Gonzalo

Minister Fahy On Planning Matters Post Gonzalo

Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy held  a press conference today [Oct 30]  to clarify Department of Planning matters in the wake of Hurricane Gonzalo. The Minister said, “In the aftermath of Hurricane Gonzalo, myself and some of my Cabinet colleagues have been inundated with calls and queries regarding repair-work to their homes – as to... Read more of this article

Guest Artist Named For 2015 Beach Art Festival

Guest Artist Named For 2015 Beach Art Festival

Tony Plant of Newquay, Cornwall will be the guest beach artist at the next Bermuda Beach Art Festival, which is scheduled to be held on  March 28th, 2015. Mr. Plant has been creating Beach Art for more than two decades, with the temporary art form having taken him from Cornwall,England to Scotland, France, Spain and Sri Lanka. The very first guest... Read more of this article

Restaurant Week Sign Up Ends October 31

Restaurant Week Sign Up Ends October 31

The Bermuda Tourism Authority’s [BTA] Product and Experiences team is getting set to launch Restaurant Week, with a call to island restaurants aiming to make the 2015 iteration of the event bigger and better than ever. Providing the opportunity to “showcase your restaurant’s food profile,” Restaurant Week 2015 will take place... Read more of this article

Regatta Cruise Ship To Bypass St George’s

Regatta Cruise Ship To Bypass St George’s

The Regatta cruise ship will be bypassing St. George’s to berth in Dockyard due to predicted high winds, the Department of Marine & Ports said today [Oct 30]. The Regatta cruise ship — an occasional caller to Bermuda — was scheduled to dock at Pennos Wharf in St. George’s today carrying an estimated 709 passengers and 386 crew, in what would... Read more of this article

Matthew Sharpe Called To The Bermuda Bar

Matthew Sharpe Called To The Bermuda Bar

Matthew Sharpe was called to the Bermuda Bar on Friday, October 24th having completed his training contract at Conyers Dill & Pearman. He received a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Kent and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Cardiff University. Previously, he had received a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in History,... Read more of this article

BCHC’s Registration Now Open For “Movember”

BCHC’s Registration Now Open For “Movember”

November, coined Movember, is the month of the mustache with the focus on men’s health. This November will mark Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s [BCHC] fifth year participating in this worldwide event. Movember began in Melbourne, Australia in 2003, with 30 men, or MoBros, growing moustaches to raise awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer... Read more of this article


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