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Rev. Prime-Godwin’s New Leadership Book

Rev. Prime-Godwin’s New Leadership Book

A new book by Rev. Georgette V. Prime-Godwin takes a unique approach to the subject of leadership and its positive role in the world, drawing on the Christian Bible for its inspiration in helping to inform leaders from all walks of life, from the church itself to the world of corporate business. Titled The Nehemiah Prototype – A Complementary... Read more of this article

Photos/Video: Paradise Games Ribbon Cutting

Photos/Video: Paradise Games Ribbon Cutting

Paradise Games held their official ribbon cutting on Friday, with the owners, friends and supporters all gathering to officially open the Court Street betting shop. Those present included the owners of the business, Opposition Leader Marc Bean and his wife Simone Smith-Bean, Bahamian Craig Flowers, as well as Mayor Graeme Outerbridge, Deputy Mayor Donal... Read more of this article

Car Lands Upside Down In Pembroke Collision

Car Lands Upside Down In Pembroke Collision

[Updated] Emergency personnel responded to the Palmetto Road area in Pembroke at approximately 10.30pm this evening [Sept 15], following a collision which resulted in the car landing upside down. An ambulance was seen in the area and it appears that one person may have been taken for medical care. Further details are limited at this time, however we... Read more of this article

Hubert Smith Mural Unveiled On Angle Street

Hubert Smith Mural Unveiled On Angle Street

Legendary Bermudian musician Hubert Smith — best known for being the composer and singer of Bermuda is Another World – was honoured on Sunday [Sept 14] as a mural featuring his likeness was officially unveiled on Angle Street.The mural unveiling took place following a Church Service at the First Church of God on Angle Street, with the... Read more of this article

400 Travel Agents To Arrive On Cruise Ship

400 Travel Agents To Arrive On Cruise Ship

[Updated with video] The Bermuda Tourism Authority [BTA] and tourism industry stakeholders have teamed up to showcase the island to the world’s largest association of travel professionals, with hundreds of travel agents set to arrive in Bermuda via cruise ship this week. About 400 members of the American Society of Travel Agents [ASTA] and their guests... Read more of this article

PLP, Minister Respond To Guest House News

PLP, Minister Respond To Guest House News

“The news of the closing of the Salt Kettle Guest House is bad news for the owners, bad news for Bermuda and bad news for Bermudians,” said Shadow Tourism Minister Zane DeSilva, adding that it means job losses and a reduction in beds for our visitors. As Bernews reported on Friday, the Salt Kettle Guest House in Paget [pictured] plans to... Read more of this article

New Gift Shop Opens In New KEMH Wing

New Gift Shop Opens In New KEMH Wing

The Hospitals Auxiliary of Bermuda [HAB] opened its new Gift Shop in the lobby of the new Acute Care Wing today [Sept 15], featuring more space than its previous location and new stock items for sale. For the first time, the Gift Shop is offering a self-service coffee bar, with a choice of different coffees and teas along with wrapped baked goods. Opening... Read more of this article

Man Denies Damaging Clothes & Stealing

Man Denies Damaging Clothes & Stealing

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Sept 15], a 30-year-old man denied damaging a woman’s clothing and possessions, as well as allegation of stealing thousands of dollars in jewellery from her. Derrick Simons plead not guilty to two charges involving alleged damage to clothing and possessions, and additional charges of stealing  jewellery belonging... Read more of this article

PLP: “UCC Should Remain Open Indefinitely”

PLP: “UCC Should Remain Open Indefinitely”

“The news that passengers aboard an Air Canada flight were treated at the Lamb-Foggo Urgent Care Centre [UCC] reinforces the vital role that this facility plays in Bermuda,” said Senator Renee Ming, Shadow Spokesperson in the Senate on Health. On Saturday [Sept 13] emergency personnel stood by as Air Canada 942 from Toronto arrived on the... Read more of this article

High School Students Taking College Courses

High School Students Taking College Courses

Ten S3 [Senior Year 3] students from Bermuda’s two public senior schools – The Berkeley Institute and CedarBridge Academy – have successfully enrolled into full-time college-level courses at Bermuda College. “They will be joined by 41 other S4 students from the public high schools for English, mathematics and a range of other courses,... Read more of this article