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Photos: Safe Space Bermuda Candlelight Vigil

Photos: Safe Space Bermuda Candlelight Vigil

[Updated with photos] Safe Space Bermuda will be holding a candlelight vigil this evening [June 3] at the T.N. Tatem school field, with the event aimed at bringing awareness to the issue of domestic violence as well as to support the family and friends of Chavelle Dillon-Burgess. Ms Dillon-Burgess went missing in April, and the police have said her... Read more of this article

Photos & Videos: “We Take Action” March

Photos & Videos: “We Take Action” March

“21 square miles, no space for racism,” “Black Lives Matter” and “Reject Rizzuto” were some of the terms chanted as the “We Take Action” protest took place yesterday [June 1], with people gathering outside the U.S. Consulate in Devonshire. The march followed after it was announced that Lee Rizzuto —... Read more of this article

May 2020: Top 10 Bernews “Photo Of Day”

May 2020: Top 10 Bernews “Photo Of Day”

While the island and world are facing unprecedented challenges due to the Covid-19 pandemic, one thing remains constant: the island’s beauty. As always, Bernews features a “Photo of the Day” in our email newsletters and various social media accounts seven days a week in order to continue to highlight the stunning scenes that Bermuda has... Read more of this article

Photos: Student Art Celebrates Bermuda

Photos: Student Art Celebrates Bermuda

Led by art teacher and children’s book illustrator Patricia Lambert, students at Northlands Primary School recently created artwork via remote learning in order to celebrate Bermuda. A spokesperson said, “While citizens near and far stand in lines awaiting service, students at Northlands Primary School explore their roots and create works... Read more of this article

Photos: Limited Public Bus Service Resumes

Photos: Limited Public Bus Service Resumes

Limited bus service resumed on the island yesterday [May 20], with social distancing measures and requirements put in place at the Central Terminal and on-board buses in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. A Government spokesperson previously said, “With immediate effect, all public bus transportation customers must adhere to the following... Read more of this article

Photos: Virtual ‘Relay For Life’ Event Held

Photos: Virtual ‘Relay For Life’ Event Held

A virtual Relay for Life event was held on May 15 and May 16, with the event serving to raise much-needed funds as well as honour cancer survivors and remembers family and friends who have succumbed to the disease. A spokesperson said, “Liberty Specialty Markets is proud to be the lead sponsor of Relay for Life. Covid-19 reinvented Relay as a virtual... Read more of this article

Photos: Warwick Academy Graduation Bus

Photos: Warwick Academy Graduation Bus

Over the weekend, Warwick Academy’s Graduation Bus visited 33 students, presenting them with their graduation diploma, along with university essentials and Warwick Academy memorabilia. A spokesperson said, “Warwick Academy recognised how important graduation was to their Year 13 students, and with the current COVID-19 situation in Bermuda, their... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Quarantine Birthday Drive By

Photos & Video: Quarantine Birthday Drive By

Party Animals recently introduced a service that allows for birthday celebrations while social distancing, offering a ’quarantine drive by birthday experience’, with popular characters driving by with balloons and signs on the cars. They held a celebratory drive by today at the Centre, where the childcare programme for essential workers... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Dennis Joaquin’s Sea Life Mural

Photos & Video: Dennis Joaquin’s Sea Life Mural

[Written by Don Burgess] An artist painted a sea life mural says he did so to help inspire others to explore their gifts during this pandemic. Dennis Joaquin transformed the wall surrounding his Keith Hall Road home into a 70-foot mural full of dolphins, turtles, and whales among other aquatic creatures. He told Bernews, “I’ve been wanting... Read more of this article

April 2020: Top 10 Bernews “Photo Of Day”

April 2020: Top 10 Bernews “Photo Of Day”

While the island and world are facing unprecedented challenges due to the Covid-19 pandemic, one thing remains constant: the island’s beauty. As always, Bernews features a “Photo of the Day” in our email newsletters and various social media accounts seven days a week in order to continue to highlight the stunning scenes that Bermuda has... Read more of this article

Photos: Drive Through Testing At Southside

Photos: Drive Through Testing At Southside

On Friday [April 24], the Government launched the drive-through testing facility at Southside, which offers free testing to essential workers, including hospital staff, health care workers, police officers, fire service officers, soldiers, prison officers, grocery staff, pharmacy staff, gas stations, utility workers, security officers, stevedores, and... Read more of this article

Photos: Royal Navy Helicopters Over Bermuda

Photos: Royal Navy Helicopters Over Bermuda

Royal Navy aviators completed “vital reconnaissance sorties over Bermuda,” the Royal Navy said, adding that they “gathered crucial information on landing sites where humanitarian aid could be brought ashore if called for by the island’s governor in a time of need.” The report on the Royal Navy website said, “Royal Navy... Read more of this article

Video/Photos: Police & Fire Thank Hospital Staff

Video/Photos: Police & Fire Thank Hospital Staff

The Bermuda Police Service and Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service formed a motorcade this evening [April 14] and traveled from Hamilton to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, where they, along with a few members of the Royal Bermuda Regiment, clapped and cheered to show their appreciation for the work that hospital staff are doing to help the island deal... Read more of this article