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Photos/Video: CedarBridge’s Multicultural Day

Photos/Video: CedarBridge’s Multicultural Day

CedarBridge Academy‘s staff and students recently celebrated their annual Multicultural Day, a tradition at CedarBridge Academy began in 2003, when Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Broadbelt, former staff members of CBA, introduced a celebration of the various cultures in Bermuda. What started as a day to dress in different cultures has evolved into a full... Read more of this article

Video: Gombeys Highlighted In ‘Behind the Mask’

Video: Gombeys Highlighted In ‘Behind the Mask’

A video by photojournalist and National Geographic Traveler contributor Bob Krist serves to outline the rich history of Bermuda’s Gombey tradition. The video explores the roots of the Gombey tradition on the island, touching on its West African origins, its relation to the ownership of slaves in Bermuda, and even the etymology of the word ‘Gombey’... Read more of this article

Video: Opposition Leader On Meeting With FCO

Video: Opposition Leader On Meeting With FCO

The PLP delegation returned from the UK this evening [May 21] after meeting with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office [FCO], and the Commonwealth Parliament Association [CPA] regarding the airport redevelopment plan and other matters. The PLP previously said that both meetings were held on Wednesday [May 20] and the “official agenda for these... Read more of this article

Video: Policing For Bermuda Day Weekend

Video: Policing For Bermuda Day Weekend

The Bermuda Police Service is taking the time to advise the public on a number of matters in order to “ensure a peaceful and safe time” during the Bermuda Day holiday weekend. Superintendent Darrin Simons said, “Along with the Bermuda Reserve Police, there will be a visible law enforcement presence on our waterways. “We would... Read more of this article

Video: Same-Sex Marriage Petition Presented

Video: Same-Sex Marriage Petition Presented

[Updated with video] A petition calling on the Government to legalize same sex marriage was presented to Minister of Community, Culture & Sports Patricia Gordon Pamplin today [May 21], with the online petition having attained close to 2,500 signatures. The petition was started by Tony Brannon last month, and called for the Bermuda Government to... Read more of this article

Video: Regiment Training In North Carolina

Video: Regiment Training In North Carolina

Regiment troops returned at the weekend from two weeks of training at a US Marine Corps Camp Lejeune base in North Carolina, with the 180-strong group flying home from North Carolina on Saturday afternoon. While training in North Carolina, the soldiers took part in various exercises, including pre-dawn strike operations to raid houses, capture insurgents... Read more of this article

Videos: Minister, CCC & Aecon On Airport Plans

Videos: Minister, CCC & Aecon On Airport Plans

[Updated with videos] Finance Minister Bob Richards — along with senior executives from the Canadian Commercial Corporation [CCC] and Aecon — held a press briefing today [May 20] in relation to the contract to build a new airport terminal building. CCC CEO Martin Zablocki said, “Aecon brought this project to CCC’s attention after... Read more of this article

Aerial Video: Norwegian Dawn Stuck On Reef

Aerial Video: Norwegian Dawn Stuck On Reef

The predicament that the Norwegian Dawn found itself in yesterday [May 19] as it become grounded in the North Channel during an attempt to depart Bermuda was captured from many angles, including from shore and even on-board the ship, but an aerial video offers perhaps the most unique view of the situation. The vessel became stuck after leaving Dockyard... Read more of this article

Video: Norwegian Dawn Ship Leaves Bermuda

Video: Norwegian Dawn Ship Leaves Bermuda

[Updated] Minister of Tourism Development and Transport Shawn Crockwell confirmed today [May 20] that the Norwegian Dawn is currently alongside Kings Wharf to facilitate easy access for local divers, the Classification surveyor and the Norwegian Cruise Line technical team that arrived this morning. Rudy Cann who, in his capacity as On Scene Commander... Read more of this article

Video: ‘Norwegian Dawn’ Running Aground

Video: ‘Norwegian Dawn’ Running Aground

The cruise ship Norwegian Dawn ran aground in the North Channel yesterday afternoon [May 19] after leaving Dockyard on its regularly scheduled departure with a reported 2,675 passengers and 1,062 crew members aboard. A Norwegian Cruise Line spokesperson said, “On Tuesday, May 19th at approximately 5:00 pm ET, Norwegian Dawn had a temporary malfunction... Read more of this article

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