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30 Minute Video: April 6 ZBM Evening News

30 Minute Video: April 6 ZBM Evening News

With an aim to expand the way they deliver their news to the community, the Bermuda Broadcasting Company is continuing to live stream their evening news programme online for viewers both on the island and abroad.The live video will begin at 7.00pm, and play to 7.30pm, and then the replay will be available: Related Stories30 Minute Video:... Read more of this article

Weather Forecast For Tuesday April 7

Weather Forecast For Tuesday April 7

Tuesday, April 7 is expected to be becoming windy with showers likely in the afternoon, with the high to be near 21°C/69°F and the low to be near 18°C/64°F, according to the Bermuda Weather Service. Winds are expected to be west. The relative humidity is expected to be near 71%. Sunrise will be at 6.58am and sunset will be at 7.43pm. High tide will... Read more of this article

Live Video: Govt Confirm Two Covid-19 Deaths

Live Video: Govt Confirm Two Covid-19 Deaths

[Updated] The Government is holding a press conference this evening [April 6] to update the public on Covid-19. We will have additional coverage later on and in the meantime the live video is below, and you can follow our live updates here. 6.03pm: It is with great sadness we report that Bermuda has recorded our first Covid related deaths. The Premier... Read more of this article

Updates: Covid-19 On Monday, April 6th

Updates: Covid-19 On Monday, April 6th

[Updating] As the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to affect countries around the globe, Bermuda is taking strict measures to prevent the spread of the virus, with the island having declared a State of Emergency and directing residents to ‘Shelter In Place’ for two weeks starting on April 4th. Live updates will be posted as they... Read more of this article

RA: No Decision Made About 5G In Bermuda

RA: No Decision Made About 5G In Bermuda

Noting there were some “social media postings this past weekend inciting the vandalism of cell towers,” the Regulatory Authority [RA] is “restating and reaffirming that no decision has been made” regarding 5G technology in Bermuda. A spokesperson said, “The Regulatory Authority [RA] is today restating and reaffirming that... Read more of this article

Warwick Academy Lend Van To Workers

Warwick Academy Lend Van To Workers

Warwick Academy is lending their recently purchased minibus to help transport Bermuda’s front line workers, with the school noting that they are happy to be able to help Bermuda and the community and wish everyone the best. The school had recently purchased the mini bus in order to transport students to all sporting events, field trips and the... Read more of this article

Five Arrested For Breaching Regulations

Five Arrested For Breaching Regulations

Five people were arrested over the weekend for being in breach of Covid-19 Shelter in Place regulations, including one person who was allegedly stealing produce from a farm, and another person who was allegedly stealing boat parts. A police spokesperson said, “Around 4:18pm on Sunday 5-Apr-2020 police attended Middle Road, near the junction with Overplus... Read more of this article

Covid-19: UK Prime Minister In Intensive Care

Covid-19: UK Prime Minister In Intensive Care

After testing positive for Covid-19 and being hospitalized earlier this week, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care today [April 6]. A BBC story said, “Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care in hospital after his coronavirus symptoms “worsened”, Downing Street has said. “Mr... Read more of this article

Court: Two Charged With Breaching Regulations

Court: Two Charged With Breaching Regulations

Two people were charged in Court today with breaching the Stay in Shelter Curfew Regulations, with both pleading not guilty. A Government spokesperson confirmed that, “two defendants appeared in Plea Court as follows: “The Defendant Raoul Simons was charged with breaching the Stay in Shelter Curfew Regulations as well as the use of offensive... Read more of this article

Virtual Image Coaching: Face To The Waist

Virtual Image Coaching: Face To The Waist

[Written by Lorene Phillips] This is certainly a new era for most of us. With everything happening in the world today, we are forced to shift our mindset to understand the heightened importance of distinguishing yourself during virtual call sessions. Of course, competence is key, but we also know that looking the part is just as important or in some... Read more of this article

Secret Episode Of Ocean Vet Revealed

Secret Episode Of Ocean Vet Revealed

The producers of Ocean Vet, which stars Dr. Neil Burnie and Choy Aming, have revealed the upcoming broadcast of a secret episode of the series. Andy Smith, the series producer, said, “Now is the perfect time to release this special episode as it will hopefully bring everyone a little joy during these dark and difficult days.”A spokesperson said,... Read more of this article

Audio: House Of Assembly Emergency Session

Audio: House Of Assembly Emergency Session

[Updated] During an emergency session held this morning — with social distancing in place — the House of Assembly approved the extension of the State of Emergency until April 18th. The Government had already indicated that it would last until April 18th, however it had to be formally done via Parliament This Parliamentary session followed... Read more of this article

BELCO Bill Payment Deferment Programme

BELCO Bill Payment Deferment Programme

BELCO announced that customers who have been approved for the Bermuda Government unemployment benefit due to the Covid-19 pandemic will be able to apply to defer their electricity bills. A spokesperson said, “Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited [BELCO] today provided an update on relief measures being implemented to assist its customers during... Read more of this article