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Stabbing Incident in Hamilton
Around 4:00 p.m. today, Wednesday 24th February, 2021, police responded to a report of a stabbing incident at the bus terminal in the City of Hamilton.
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Bermuda, 24 February 2021
The Ministry of Health received 417 test results since the last update, and none were positive for COVID-19.
November 2020 Retail Sales Increase by 7%
Today the Minister for the Cabinet Office, the Hon. Wayne Furbert, JP, MP, released the November 2020 Retail Sales Report which recorded the 5th consecutive month of increased s...
Press Conference - Ministry of Social Development and Seniors
Hon. Tinee Furbert, Minister, The Salvation Army and St John's Ambulance
COVID-19 Regulations Reminder for Liquor Licenced Premises
Since the lifting of the curfew and extension of opening hours for bars and restaurants, the Bermuda Police Service (BPS), has already had to issue two 24-hour closure orders to...
IATA Travel Pass testing is expected to begin in March on select flights
The Civil Aviation Authority reiterated this Wednesday that the International Air Transport Association, together with the Government of the Republic of Panama and the Copa Airl...
Deputy Premier Roban Visits Solar Panel Installation
Minister of Home Affairs, Deputy Premier the Hon. Walter Roban, visited the solar panel facility at Pompano Beach Hotel in Southampton.
What Britain could learn from New Zealand about home-schooling
If ever there was a moment to address the issue of home-schooling, it is now. The pandemic has disrupted teaching, school life and examinations in catastrophic ways. Many childr...
Scholarship Application Guidance Session
In collaboration with Bermuda Scholarships, the Ministry of Education and the Department of Workforce Development will hold a virtual guidance session on navigating bermudaschol...
Fauci: Anti-vaccine sentiment in UK and US ‘quite concerning’
Anti-vaccine sentiment in the UK and the US is a “self-amplifying problem that just keeps getting bigger and bigger”, according to US presidential medical adviser Anthony Fauci.
No new COVID-19 cases in Bermuda, 23 February
There were 240 test results received by the Ministry of Health since the last update and none were positive for COVID-19.
Here’s what you’ll be wearing this autumn
Balaclavas! Club kids! Camping chic! The all-virtual fashion event delivered real-life style for our brave new world. Chloe Street has the download on what we’ll be buying next ...
Reform May Help To Bring Excitement Back to Education, Acting Principal
“Educational reform is important because school should be a place where students are really excited to come,” said Acting Principal Linda Holdipp, who spoke to us as part of a v...
China announces MASSIVE oil & gas discovery in Bohai Sea
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) revealed this week that its newly discovered oil and gas field in the Bohai Sea contains proven geological reserves of 100 millio...
Bermuda Government COVID-19 Update February 23
Hon. David Burt, Premier and the Hon. Kim Wilson, Minister of Health
These Zero-Waste Cleaning Kits Have Everything You Need for a Sparkling Home
Reduce, reuse, and recycle with the help of these sustainable cleaning tools and products.
Goodbye Tight Pants? Extra-wide Pants are Trending this Spring
The tight-fitting pants of seasons' past are shrinking leaving room for the latest fashion trend-the wide leg.
Square doubles down on crypto, buying $170mn more in bitcoin
Jack Dorsey’s financial services company Square extended its crypto holdings by $170 million as part of an ongoing commitment to the cryptocurrency, the firm announced.
Bitcoin’s HUGE daily drop sends cryptocurrency market crashing
The world’s highest-valued digital currency, bitcoin, has seen its biggest drop ever, plummeting below $46,000 per coin from the weekend record of over $58,000 in a span of just...
New normal? 'Green Pass' opens music concert to vaccinated Israelis
It was an event that could set a precedent in a world longing for a return to normal - a music concert attended by scores of Israelis vaccinated against COVID-19.
EU mulls vaccination passports to resurrect tourism after COVID-19
European Union leaders will agree on Thursday to work on certificates of vaccination for EU citizens who have had an anti-COVID shot, with southern EU countries that depend heav...
Facebook and Google 'too powerful' says watchdog boss
Tech giants Google and Facebook have too great a share of the UK online advertising market, the boss of the UK's competition watchdog has said.
The rise and fall of Andrew Cuomo, America's wannabe Covid hero
Democrats need to reckon with the record of politicians on both sides of the aisle who have used Trump, the pandemic, or both to elevate their profile.
US central bank payment system down for 'hours'
The system the US central bank uses to process more than $3tn (£2.1tn) each day crashed on Wednesday.
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