Video: March 5th Bernews Morning Newsflash

March 5, 2019

Premier David Burt gave notice of a Motion for the House to reject “unwarranted and unjustified attempt at intervention into Bermuda’s domestic affairs,” new Regiment soldiers celebrate end of training, Generation Next scholarship applications open, Somersfield Team qualifies for VEX Robotics World, Ministry to form a Wage Commission to look at establishing a living wage, GREAT Graduations at two primary schools, Paul Telford steps down as Rosewood Director, school holds Bus Driver Appreciation Week, and goalkeeper Nathan Trott signs new deal with West Ham are some of the stories in this morning’s [March 5] Bernews Newsflash.

MNF Cover Mar 5 2019

The Bernews Morning Newsflash includes an overview of the latest Bermuda news, the local weather forecast for today and the next four days, local stock report, our photo of the day, Bernews live broadcast schedule for today, as well as a look at news headlines from around the world.

MNF Live Broadcast Mar 5 2019

In addition to being available each morning on the website, the Newsflash is designed to suit your favourite social media network, so is also available directly in the Bernews mobile app, the main Bernews Twitter feed, our YouTube channel, our Tumblr, with a shortened version available via Instagram.

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  1. De Truth says:

    I agree that if British citizens that don’t live here and don’t contribute to our system i.e pensions and taxes, they should not be allowed to vote on laws and decisions that govern this country, however if they do live here and work here and pay into the system and there life is here in Bermuda than they should be allowed to vote as long as we are a BRITISH TERRITORY.