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Masonry Apprenticeship Training Opportunity

Masonry Apprenticeship Training Opportunity

The Department of Workforce Development in partnership with the Bermuda College/PACE, and the Construction Association of Bermuda are encouraging interested individuals to register for an upcoming masonry apprenticeship training programme. The programme will include classroom and on-the-job learn and earn training and various learning and teaching techniques... Read more of this article

Cruise Ship Terminal Building Formally Opened

Cruise Ship Terminal Building Formally Opened

The new cruise ship terminal building at Kings Wharf in Dockyard formally opened today [Sept 9] with the Minister commending the “incredible joint effort by majority Bermudian craftsmen and women who have delivered this project – on time and on budget.” Minister of Public Works Lt/Col David Burch said, “Good afternoon and welcome... Read more of this article

Video: Roof Wetting Ceremony At King’s Wharf

Video: Roof Wetting Ceremony At King’s Wharf

The traditional roof wetting ceremony for the recently refurbished King’s Wharf at the Royal Naval Dockyard was held yesterday [Aug 14]. Minister of Public Works Lt/Col David Burch said, “Good afternoon and welcome to the recently refurbished King’s Wharf at the Royal Naval Dockyard – one of two deep water cruise berths. “Before we get to... Read more of this article

Planning Dept To Host Quarterly Planning Clinics

Planning Dept To Host Quarterly Planning Clinics

The Department of Planning will be hosting quarterly Planning Clinics, which will be free of charge to the general public, and are designed to provide members of the public with an opportunity to obtain planning related advice and guidance. Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban said, “Today, I am pleased to have the opportunity to announce the... Read more of this article

Photos: Old Canadian Hotel Building Demolished

Photos: Old Canadian Hotel Building Demolished

[Written by Don Burgess] The historic Canadian Hotel was nothing but a pile of rubble after being demolished this weekend. Built in 1918, it managed to last 101 years. The Canadian Hotel was the first time a black man, James ‘Dick’ Richards, owned a hotel licence. The hotel had been unusable for some time now. Back in October barricades were put... Read more of this article

Western Stars Sports Club Meeting On July 9th

Western Stars Sports Club Meeting On July 9th

The Western Stars Sports Club are calling all their fans, members, former and current players, past executives and residents of Pembroke West to attend a meeting that will take place on July 9th at The Berkeley Institute Auditorium at 6 pm. A spokesperson said, “An important informative meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 9 at The Berkeley... Read more of this article

Carpentry Shop Named After Jimmy Pratt

Carpentry Shop Named After Jimmy Pratt

The Department of Corrections named the Farm Facility carpentry shop in honour of Mr. James “Jimmy” Pratt, for his many years dedicated service to the DoC, and inmates housed at the Farm Facility.“Mr. Pratt was joined by his wife, children, grandchildren, Acting Commissioner Keeva Joell-Benjamin, Assistant Commissioner Phillip Dowie, Programs... Read more of this article

Video: BELCO’s Power Station Construction

Video: BELCO’s Power Station Construction

The time lapse video shows an interesting look at the construction of BELCO’s North Power Station. A spokesperson said, “A time lapse video shows the progress being made constructing BELCO’s North Power Station, which will house replacement generators. The four new 14 megawatt engines have been delivered and installed and work continues to meet... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Somersfield Building Completion

Photos & Video: Somersfield Building Completion

Somersfield Academy hosted a roof wetting ceremony and reception on Wednesday [June 19] at their newly constructed Centre for International Education which will house the school’s International Baccalaureate programs and more. A spokesperson said, “Somersfield Academy has become Bermuda’s first International Baccalaureate World School... Read more of this article

Caroline Bay: We Have Agreement For Financing

Caroline Bay: We Have Agreement For Financing

Caroline Bay Limited “has entered into an agreement which will provide the financing to continue construction of the Caroline Bay development,” the company said. Back in March of last year the company said they were “temporarily reducing” construction due to “costs outpacing the existing financing of the project,” and the... Read more of this article

Advisory: Trucking For Airport Materials

Advisory: Trucking For Airport Materials

From June 3rd to June 6th, between the hours of 7.00am and 7.00pm, Skyport will be unloading materials at Marginal Wharf and trucking them to the airport redevelopment site for the construction works at the new airport terminal. A spokesperson said, “From Monday June 3rd to Thursday June 6th, between the hours of 7am and 7pm, we will be unloading... Read more of this article

Work Continues On NSC’s Grandstand Area

Work Continues On NSC’s Grandstand Area

Supporters coming to the football match between Bermuda and the Sao Miguel Azorean select team are being reminded that part of the National Sports Centre grandstand is closed for renovations.“It is a small part of the grandstand that is affected,” said Craig Tyrrell, NSC’s operations manager. “There are still plenty of seats and all the bleachers... Read more of this article

HSBC Bank Harbourview Centre Building Works

HSBC Bank Harbourview Centre Building Works

HSBC Bank Bermuda announced today that it will undertake building works on the Reid Street side of the Harbourview Centre commencing today, with the Bank saying that it is estimated to be completed within one month. “To enable the work to be completed in the most expeditious manner, the bank will be closing the Reid Street entrance during this... Read more of this article