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Flora Duffy Facebook Cover Graphic Designs

Flora Duffy Facebook Cover Graphic Designs

Flora Duffy will be competing in the Olympics on Monday [July 26], and the Bermudian triathlete is widely considered to be a medal contender at these Games. Ms Duffy — who has won multiple world championships — will race at 6.30pm [Bermuda time] on Monday and if you want to get into the spirit and showcase your support, a selection of Facebook... Read more of this article

Fake Government House Social Media Accounts

Fake Government House Social Media Accounts

Government House advised that “it is aware of false social media accounts, specifically Facebook and Instagram, purporting to belong to the Governor, Her Excellency Rena Lalgie.” A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] have been notified and are investigating. There are two social media accounts used by the Governor: the official... Read more of this article

Police ‘Not Aware Of’ Incident In Message

Police ‘Not Aware Of’ Incident In Message

Noting they are aware of an “unverified social media message,” the police said they are “not aware of any similar incidents of sexual assault reported to police recently,” and reiterated that “any incidents of sexual assault should be reported at the earliest opportunity.” A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda... Read more of this article

Fake Governor Accounts On Facebook & IG

Fake Governor Accounts On Facebook & IG

Government House advised that “it is aware of false social media accounts, specifically FaceBook and Instagram, purporting to belong to the Governor.” A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service have been notified and are investigating. There are two social media accounts used by the Governor: the official Government House Facebook... Read more of this article

Kaelyn Kastle Featured In Influencer Documentary

Kaelyn Kastle Featured In Influencer Documentary

Bermudian Kaelyn Kastle is part of the cast of a New York Times documentary entitled “Who Gets To Be An Influencer?” which is a story of “ambitious Black creators in Atlanta challenging the mostly white social media stars of Los Angeles for influence.” The NY Times reported, “Going viral has become big business, and a group... Read more of this article

Police: “Individual Does Not Pose A Threat”

Police: “Individual Does Not Pose A Threat”

The police said they have spoken with the individual seen in a video making threats, explaining that he is “currently being provided support and care by authorities in the U.K.” with the police adding they are “satisfied the individual does not pose a threat and there is no need for the public to be alarmed.” A police spokesperson... Read more of this article

Police Investigating Threatening Video

Police Investigating Threatening Video

The police have launched an investigation into a video circulating “in which a male is heard threatening violence against members of the community including police officers” and said that early indications are the individual “is currently overseas” and the BPS is treating this matter seriously. A police spokesperson said, “The... Read more of this article

Safer Internet Day: “Think Before You Click”

Safer Internet Day: “Think Before You Click”

International Safer Internet Day  is observed on February 9th,, and the Bermuda Police Service [BPS] highlighted what they said were “two areas of major concern impacting teenagers, cyberbullying and sexting.” A police spokesperson said, “Your digital footprint is a permanent trail you leave the moment you sign onto any online service... Read more of this article

Photos: Bernie Memes In Joan Aspinal Art

Photos: Bernie Memes In Joan Aspinal Art

Author and artist Joan K. Aspinal recently created a series of artwork based on the Senator Bernie Sanders meme that went viral in the United States following the inauguration of President Joe Biden, when the Vermont Senator went viral for his casual coat and notable mittens. The artwork depicts Senator Sanders in a number of situations, including... Read more of this article

Facebook To Block Trump Until Transition

Facebook To Block Trump Until Transition

Facebook and Instagram will block U.S. President Donald Trump on their platforms “indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks until the peaceful transition of power is complete.” This follows the attempted coup yesterday at the U.S. Capitol, when a pro-Trump mob invaded the building in an attempt to stop the certification of votes for President-elect... Read more of this article

Most Liked Bernews Instagram Photos Of 2020

Most Liked Bernews Instagram Photos Of 2020

As we welcome in 2021, take a look back at the 10 most popular photos posted on Bernews Instagram page over last year, with the photos in 2020′s top ten ‘most liked’ on Instagram — which attained around 15,000 ‘likes’ in total — including the Bermuda Regiment cleaning up after Hurricane Paulette, Private Ndavyah... Read more of this article

Bermuda Themed Christmas Facebook Covers

Bermuda Themed Christmas Facebook Covers

As people across the island continue getting into the Christmas spirit, you can join in on the fun by using these Bermuda-themed Christmas Facebook and Twitter covers, as well as mobile phone wallpapers, to turn your social media profile and mobile device into a show of your island pride and holiday enthusiasm! Part of the Bernews network along —... Read more of this article

Viewing Of ‘The Social Dilemma’ Film

Viewing Of ‘The Social Dilemma’ Film

There will be viewing of the documentary film The Social Dilemma, followed by a panel discussion, on Monday [Nov 23]. The free event will see the film screening take place from 4.00pm to 5.30pm, with the panel discussion following from 5.30pm to 6.30pm. The panel will be moderated by Coral Wells, and will include panelists Kim Perdikou, Stuart Lacey,... Read more of this article