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Video: Timeline Of The Bermuda Day Holiday

Video: Timeline Of The Bermuda Day Holiday

Bermuda Day is just around the corner and as we prepare to celebrate in 2022, BDADay.com has been updated with a focus on the historic aspects of the holiday, including a brief timeline which you can view below. With the Bermuda Half Marathon Derby starting over one hundred years ago in 1909, and the first Bermuda Day Parade taking place in 1979, there... Read more of this article

Cricket: BCB Weekend Top Performers Stats

Cricket: BCB Weekend Top Performers Stats

With the 2022 Bermuda Cricket Board 50 Overs League season underway, take a look at the weekend’s top performers, both locally and abroad. On the first weekend of the season, three players scored centuries: Ajuan Lambe from the St. David’s Cricket Club was the weekend’s top scorer with a knock of 126, JJ Nel from Flatt Victoria scored the second... Read more of this article

Music Review: Lady Tyson & Wayne Davis

Music Review: Lady Tyson & Wayne Davis

[Written by Dale Butler] I am not surprised that the Friday, May 20th performance of Bermuda’s own Lady Tyson, who now resides in the UK, and Wayne “Off the Radar” Davis was sold out at the Anchor Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, known for its Bermudian service and excellent food. Friday night is the time to enjoy a night out in the west end and... Read more of this article

Conyers Legal Education Awards Recipients

Conyers Legal Education Awards Recipients

Conyers announced the recipients of their 2022 Legal Awards, with Sierra Brangman, Angelica Wales, Nazari Woods, Chrysda Smith, and Taylor Crichlow all receiving educational awards. A spokesperson said, “Conyers is pleased to announce the recipients of the Legal Education Awards for 2022. This year, the firm supported five Bermudian law students with... Read more of this article

30 Minute Video: May 24 ZBM Evening News

30 Minute Video: May 24 ZBM Evening News

With an aim to expand the way they deliver their news to the community, the Bermuda Broadcasting Company is continuing to live stream their evening news programme online for viewers both on the island and abroad.The live video will begin at 7.00pm, and play to 7.30pm, and then the replay will be available:Related Stories30 Minute Video: May 23... Read more of this article

Government Meets With Union Representatives

Government Meets With Union Representatives

Premier David Burt and the Minister of Economy & Labour Jason Hayward recently met with the President of the Bermuda Industrial Union [BIU] Chris Furbert, General Secretary Helena “Molly” Burgess and First Vice President Eugene Ball. Speaking about the meeting, which was held on Friday, May 13th, a Government spokesperson said, “The meeting... Read more of this article

Official Govt & Legal Notices For May 24 2022

Official Govt & Legal Notices For May 24 2022

The official Government and Legal notices for today [May 24] include notification of planning applications registered, notice of intention to construct a controlled plant, acting appointments, Bermudian status, permanent resident certificate and cancellation of registration.List of Proposed Planning Applications Advertisesd on May 24, 2022Notice... Read more of this article

Weather Forecast For Wednesday May 25

Weather Forecast For Wednesday May 25

Wednesday, May 25 is expected to be rather cloudy with a few showers likely, easing in evening, with the high to be near 26°C/78°F and the low to be near 21°C/70°F, according to the Bermuda Weather Service. Winds are expected to be NW. The relative humidity is expected to be near 83%. Sunrise will be at 6.15am and sunset will be at 8.16pm. High... Read more of this article

Senate: Order Of Business For May 25th

Senate: Order Of Business For May 25th

The Senate is scheduled to be in session on Wednesday [May 25], and the only statement listed on the Order Paper is Update on School Reform – Beyond September 2022. Bills due for their first reading include the Marriage Amendment Act 2022 and the Motor Car [Liveries] Amendment Act 2022. The Order of Business follows below [PDF here]:Related StoriesGovernment... Read more of this article

Video: BNV With Minister Dr Ernest Peets

Video: BNV With Minister Dr Ernest Peets

Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport Dr. Ernest Peets will be joining Bernews at 6.00pm this evening [May 24] for the latest episode in the Bernews News & Views series, with Minister Peets set to discuss the upcoming Bermuda Day celebrations. This year will mark the full return of the Bermuda Day parade, which has not taken place for two years due... Read more of this article

One Expands Unlimited Roaming Destinations

One Expands Unlimited Roaming Destinations

One Communications announced today [May 24] that they have “expanded their Unlimited Data Carry-On Roaming destinations to include Canada, the United Kingdom, and 15 island nations in the Caribbean.” A spokesperson said, “This is in addition to Unlimited Data Roaming in the United States, which was launched in November 2021, and continues... Read more of this article

Bull’s Head Car Park Information Campaign

Bull’s Head Car Park Information Campaign

The City of Hamilton will be launching an “awareness campaign in the coming weeks to inform the public about the benefits of acquiring monthly or annual parking passes for the Bull’s Head Car Park,” saying that “parking at Bull’s Head is the most economical way to park all day in the City.” City CEO Dwayne Caines said, “We... Read more of this article

Territories Freeze $11 Billion In Russian Assets

Territories Freeze $11 Billion In Russian Assets

“British Overseas Territories have frozen Russian assets with a combined estimated value in excess of 11 billion US dollars,” the Minister of State James Cleverly said. The UK joins numerous other allies around the world such as the US, Canada, Switzerland and the EU in imposing the sweeping sanctions against Russia following their invasion of... Read more of this article