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7pm Live Video: Oct 23 ZBM Evening News

7pm Live Video: Oct 23 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

‘No Resolution’ In Industrial Dispute At Dock

‘No Resolution’ In Industrial Dispute At Dock

[Updated] “No resolution had been reached this morning,” in the ongoing industrial dispute on the Hamilton docks, Stevedoring Service confirmed at around noon today [Oct 23]. Stevedoring Services previously confirmed they “received notice of industrial action from the Port Workers’ Division of the Bermuda Industrial Union on Thursday,... Read more of this article

Ministry: 20 Bus Runs Cancelled On Monday

Ministry: 20 Bus Runs Cancelled On Monday

[Updated] The cancellation of bus runs continue, with the Ministry releasing a list of bus cancellation for this morning [Oct 23] with one bus run cancelled so far today.Update 4.32pm: The Ministry has released the list of bus cancellations for this afternoon. There was 1 run cancelled this morning, 19 cancelled this afternoon, for a total of 20 cancelled... Read more of this article

Airport Deal: “All Options Are Being Considered”

Airport Deal: “All Options Are Being Considered”

[Updated] The review of the airport agreement is underway and “all options are being considered,” Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs Walter Roban said today. Speaking at a press conference this afternoon [Oct 23], Minister Roban said, “You may be aware as part of our election platform – particularly our 100 day pledge... Read more of this article

Minister: National Certification And Registration

Minister: National Certification And Registration

Minister of Education and Workforce Development Diallo Rabain provided an update on the compulsory National Certification Scheme for ‘designated occupations’ in Bermuda, saying the Government is “committed to ‘leveling the playing field’ in relation to employment opportunities for those Bermudians who work in the Trades.” The Minister... Read more of this article

Three Men Discharged, One Remains In ICU

Three Men Discharged, One Remains In ICU

Three men hurt in the collision on St John’s Road on October 17th have been discharged from the hospital, while a male motorcyclist remains in stable condition in the ICU following a collision on October 14th. Injured 30 Year Old Motorcyclist Remains Stable in ICU A police spokesperson said, “At last check earlier this morning [October 23rd]... Read more of this article

Five Firefighters Return From Overseas Training

Five Firefighters Return From Overseas Training

The Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service [BFRS] recently had five recruit firefighters — Christopher Clarke, Jordan Govia, Matthew Mills, Mahkye Steede and Amani Wears — return from overseas training at the Engineering Extension Service department of Texas A&M University in Texas. The BFRS spokesperson said they  “were part of a grueling... Read more of this article

Chris Famous Makes Maiden Speech In House

Chris Famous Makes Maiden Speech In House

MP Chris Famous made his maiden speech in the House of Assembly, urging all MPs to recall that they did not vote themselves into the 36 seats, and “whether you are representing the PLP or not, Bermudian voters want us to address their concerns with dignity and with a sense of maturity.” His maiden speech follows after he defeated the former... Read more of this article

Photos, Video & Results: Bermuda Karting Races

Photos, Video & Results: Bermuda Karting Races

The Bermuda Karting Club racing season continued at the RUBiS Southside Raceway this weekend, with a full slate of races taking places. Nathan DeCosta won all three races in the Cadet Class races, with Jason North taking the checkered flag three times in the Tag Senior Class. Jeff Sousa drove to victory three times in the L206 Masters Class, with Scott... Read more of this article

Clarien Donates $50,000 To Reading Clinic

Clarien Donates $50,000 To Reading Clinic

Clarien Bank is continuing to support The Reading Clinic, making a $50,000 donation through The Clarien Foundation to the organisation’s I-PLAY pre-school programme. I-PLAY [Interactive Phonological Literacy Activities for Youngsters], which presently operates in four Government preschools – Southampton, St. Paul, Lyceum and Victor Scott –... Read more of this article

Al Seymour Jr Launches New Animation Studio

Al Seymour Jr Launches New Animation Studio

Bermudian Al Seymour Jr has launched Manta Fx, a new animation and motion graphics studio, with the company describing itself as focusing on “imaging results that evoke emotion and excellence.” Manta Fx will “provide a local and international service for 3D animation, motion graphics, and design,” pledging to “deliver professional,... Read more of this article

Two Former Carriage Horses Rescued By SPCA

Two Former Carriage Horses Rescued By SPCA

The Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals [SPCA] has rescued two former carriage horses and is seeking to raise funds for their retirement. The two horses, known as Arthur and Charlie, were found in very poor condition following an anonymous tip from a member of the public. They had previously been carriage horses in Hamilton for... Read more of this article

Newsflash Video & Weekend Reports, Photos

Newsflash Video & Weekend Reports, Photos

This past weekend a number of events took place including the CedarBridge Academy ‘Big Time Banquet’, Bermuda International Dog Show, the Zumbathon, Court House Spinathon, Rediscover the Rail Trail, Winter Netball League Opening and various other community and sporting events. Links to our weekend coverage are below, click to view more.News/Misc:Ministry:... Read more of this article