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Football: St. George’s Colts & Flanagan’s Win

Football: St. George’s Colts & Flanagan’s Win

St. George’s Colts & Flanagan’s Onions both claimed victories today [Nov 11] in First Division football action. St. George’s Colts 2 Hamilton Parish 0 In a make-up match at the Wellington Oval, the St. George’s Colts came away with a 2 – 0 win over Hamilton Parish. Ireland Rangers 0 Flanagan’s Onions 6 The Flanagan’s Onions traveled... Read more of this article

Public Officers Fulfill 100 Day Global Challenge

Public Officers Fulfill 100 Day Global Challenge

More than 650 public officers committed to improving their health and performance by participating in the Virgin Pulse 100 Day Global Challenge. After completing the 100-day challenge, participants attended an End of Challenge Celebration which culminated in a prize-giving ceremony at Botanical Gardens.A spokesperson said, “On 10 July, more than... Read more of this article

Weather Forecast For Tuesday November 12

Weather Forecast For Tuesday November 12

Tuesday, November 12 is expected to see sun and a few passing clouds, with the high to be near 24°C/75°F and the low to be near 21°C/70°F, according to the Bermuda Weather Service. Winds are expected to be ESE. The relative humidity is expected to be near 64%. Sunrise will be at 6.45am and sunset will be at 5.20pm. High tide will be at 8.15am and... Read more of this article

Sand Artwork Pays Tribute To Veterans

Sand Artwork Pays Tribute To Veterans

Hannah Emmerson paid tribute to veterans with a work of sand art created for The Bermuda Sandcastle Competition’s Facebook page. The piece, created on Horseshoe Bay Beach, features a number of poppies, with accompanying text saying ‘lest we forget.’ Ms. Emmerson said, “The piece was created as a tribute to our veterans. May we never... Read more of this article

Education Dept On Dellwood Middle School

Education Dept On Dellwood Middle School

Following the comments from Shadow Minister of Education Cole Simons, the Department of Education said they “would like to clarify and provide accurate information to parents.” A Government spokesperson said, “A variety of issues pertaining to teaching conditions at Dellwood Middle School were raised in an article submitted by the Shadow... Read more of this article

Community Hula Hoop Event On November 12th

Community Hula Hoop Event On November 12th

Hamilton Parish Constable Litanya Smith is inviting the public to take part in a community hula hoop event tomorrow [Nov 12] at the car park of the Shelly Bay MarketPlace Supermarket at 11.00am. A police spokesperson said, “Hamilton Parish Constable Litanya Smith invites members of the public to take part in a community hula hoop event on Tuesday,... Read more of this article

‘Bermuda Style’ House For Sale For $37.5 Million

‘Bermuda Style’ House For Sale For $37.5 Million

If you happen to have a spare $37.5 million and are interested in a luxury ‘Bermuda-style house’ in Palm Beach, Florida, you are in luck, as a 7,526 square foot, 5 bedroom, 8 bathroom house has been listed for sale. The waterfront property — set on a 26,638 square foot lot — features retractable glass walls, an elevator, a pool,... Read more of this article

New Veranda Planned At Hamilton Princess

New Veranda Planned At Hamilton Princess

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s lobby restaurant, Crown & Anchor, will be undergoing a transformation of its outdoor space over the next few months to “create an elegant veranda for diners.” “Construction on the new veranda space begins on Tuesday, November 12th and it will be ready for guests in early 2020,” a spokesperson... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: 2019 Remembrance Day Parade

Photos & Video: 2019 Remembrance Day Parade

[Updated with photos] Hundreds of people came out to honour war veterans and the fallen today [Nov 11] as the island marked Remembrance Day. The crowds lined Front Street near the Cenotaph at Cabinet Office as the small band of surviving veterans marched on parade alongside soldiers from the Royal Bermuda Regiment, and its Band & Corps of Drums,... Read more of this article

Photos: Wreath Laying At The War Memorial

Photos: Wreath Laying At The War Memorial

Bermuda is marking Remembrance Day today, with dignitaries laying wreaths at the War Memorial on the Grounds of the Cabinet Office on Front Street, with the wreaths laid in advance of the Remembrance Day Parade. Bermuda joined nations around the world to mark the day, paying tribute to all of the island’s war veterans, with hundreds of Bermudians... Read more of this article

Football: Dandy Town Hornets Win Dudley Eve

Football: Dandy Town Hornets Win Dudley Eve

The Dandy Town Hornets were crowned the Dudley Eve Champions at the Devonshire Recreation Club following their 5 – 2 win over Robin Hood. Robin Hood’s starting line up was Dale Eve, Jaylon Bather, Chae Brangman, Justin Corday, Tomiko Goater, Philip Parsons, Antwan Russell, Colin Ryan, Lejuan Simmons, Shakir Smith, and Dominique Williams; while... Read more of this article

Zenawi Bowen Scores In Thomas College Victory

Zenawi Bowen Scores In Thomas College Victory

Bermuda’s Zenawi Bowen scored for his Thomas College Men’s Soccer team as they played 2-1 victory over SUNY Canton. The school’s match report said, “The Thomas College men’s soccer team advanced to the North Atlantic Conference [NAC] Final for the eighth time in ten years with a 2-1 victory over SUNY Canton on Saturday evening at Maine... Read more of this article

UK Privy Council Dismisses Appeal By Barbosa

UK Privy Council Dismisses Appeal By Barbosa

The Privy Council in the UK has dismissed an appeal by Michael Barbosa, stating that “under the Constitution, Mr Barbosa does not enjoy Bermudian status or belong to Bermuda and the Board will humbly advise Her Majesty that the appeal must be dismissed.” In a summary [PDF] the Privy Council said, “The appellant, Mr Barbosa, was born in... Read more of this article