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Van Overturns After Collision On Middle Road

Van Overturns After Collision On Middle Road

[Updating] At sometime around 2.15pm this afternoon [May 3] there was a collision on Middle Road in Devonshire which has resulted in the van being on its side and the occupants being extricated from the vehicle. Emergency services are presently on scene, and further details are limited at this time, however we will update as able. Update 2.55pm: Police... Read more of this article

Department Of Corrections Hosts Seniors Tea

Department Of Corrections Hosts Seniors Tea

Minister of Health, Seniors and Environment Jeanne Atherden attended the Senior’s Tea hosted by the Department of Corrections at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Paget as part of Corrections Week 2016. During her remarks the Minister said, “This week will highlight the good work being done by corrections officers and staff in the island’s prison... Read more of this article

MOU An ‘Historic Occasion’ For Bermuda, Azores

MOU An ‘Historic Occasion’ For Bermuda, Azores

Earlier this morning [May 3] , on behalf of Bermuda, the Premier Michael Dunkley, officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding [MOU] with the Government of the Autonomous Region of Azores. The significance and aim of the MOU is to formalize the historical, cultural, educational, environmental and commercial ties that unite the territories of Bermuda... Read more of this article

Seasonally Protected Areas Closed To Fishing

Seasonally Protected Areas Closed To Fishing

Bermuda’s seasonally protected marine areas, known as the “hind grounds”, are closed to all fishing activities as of May 1, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has announced. “These areas provide sanctuary for hinds and groupers when they gather to spawn during the warm summer months, and fishing in these areas is strictly... Read more of this article

Saltus Holds Special Assembly For Ceci Wollman

Saltus Holds Special Assembly For Ceci Wollman

She may have qualified for the Olympics and been selected to race for Bermuda in the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup, but like any student Ceci Wollman still has exams to take. This week, the Saltus Grammar School student will sit down with her class mates and take her Advanced Placement [AP] exams with the hope of doing well enough to be accepted into... Read more of this article

BPS Set To Hold East End Community Clinic

BPS Set To Hold East End Community Clinic

The Bermuda Police Service Eastern Community Action Team will be holding a Community Clinic tomorrow [May 4] between 1.00pm and 5.00pm at the Shelly Bay Market Place. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service Eastern Community Action Team will be having a Community Clinic tomorrow 4th May. The community clinic is to be held at the... Read more of this article

Video: View From Anthem’s ‘North Star’ Capsule

Video: View From Anthem’s ‘North Star’ Capsule

The Anthem of the Seas sailed into Bermuda yesterday [May 2], with the Quantum Class ship boasting a number of features including the “North Star” – a glass capsule that takes guests more than 300 feet above the ship, allowing them to take in unique views of the locations they visit.Royal Caribbean’s website describes it by... Read more of this article

BTA: ‘Growth Fuelled By Younger Travellers’

BTA: ‘Growth Fuelled By Younger Travellers’

Growth in vacation air visitors during the first quarter was fuelled by younger travellers, the Bermuda Tourism Authority [BTA] said, adding that for the first three months of the year, 83 percent of the growth is attributed to travellers younger than 45 years-old. “The largest percentage growth among all age groups was in the 18 to 24 year-old... Read more of this article

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month To Launch

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month To Launch

Teen Services is getting set to launch a campaign by proclaiming May as Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, with a proclamation ceremony to be held tomorrow [May 4]. The event will take place at Teen Services, next to Fort Hamilton, at 12.30pm, with the agency inviting the public to take part; the event will include the reading of the proclamation, guest... Read more of this article

New Look & Name For Dockyard Restaurant

New Look & Name For Dockyard Restaurant

A restaurant in Royal Naval Dockyard is getting a makeover with a new name and new cuisine. Freeport restaurant has been taken over by husband and wife teams Natasha and Mazahim Shabdeen and their partners Srinivasan Nandagopal and Kayalvizi Srinivasan and has been renamed Anchor Restaurant, Bar and Lounge. Mrs Shabdeen said the venue will feature... Read more of this article

Habitat ‘Sets Record Straight’ On Victoria Row

Habitat ‘Sets Record Straight’ On Victoria Row

Following WEDCo’s statement that they have “reluctantly” started on the demolition of Victoria Row, Habitat for Humanity chairperson Sheelagh Cooper said she thinks it is “important to set the record straight” about Habitat’s offer to renovate the units. WEDCo said they ”met with different groups and offered to let Victoria... Read more of this article

Leaders Meet At Chewstick For Hospitality Month

Leaders Meet At Chewstick For Hospitality Month

Premier Michael Dunkley, Acting Opposition Leader Walter Roban and Shadow Minister of Tourism Jamahl Simmons came together on April 28th for ‘Thoughtful Thursday’ in order to mark the conclusion of Hospitality Month. The leaders met at Chewstick’s new Hub on Front Street, where they were joined by others including Chewstick’s... Read more of this article

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