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Two injured in North Shore Road crash

A motorcyclist was seriously injured after a crash with an unmarked police car on North Shore Road. The car driver was also hurt in the incident at the junction with My Lords Bay Road, Hamilton Parish, at about 2. 30pm. At 3. 45pm, traffic was still being diverted away from the area as police processed the scene. Police said. ..

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Marias mind-boggling devastation

A Bermuda resident spoke of his concern for his home country yesterday after potentially catastrophic Hurricane Maria caused mind-boggling devastation in Dominica. The second major Atlantic storm this month tore through the former British colony of Dominica before continuing its path of destruction towards Puerto Rico and the Virgin. ..

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Dominica battered by Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria devastated the Caribbean island of Dominica after it hit as a category five storm last night. The second major Atlantic storm this month made landfall on the former British colony of 72,000 people at around 10pm Bermuda time. Dominicas Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit wrote on Facebook Initial reports are of. ..

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Wilson prioritises ageing well strategy

An official guardian for vulnerable elderly people is high on the agenda, new Minister for Health Kim Wilson promised yesterday. Ms Wilson said an Office of the Public Guardian was on the cards and told a meeting watch this space. She added There are certain legislative enactments that we would like to advance, the first one. ..

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Potential seeds of global danger

The recent act of terrorism in London, which resulted in a number of people being injured by a bomb on a train, once again was a grim reminder that terrorists have managed to plant seeds of hatred in the minds of the vulnerable to keep their vicious ideology of attacking all who oppose their doctrine. In the latest incident, fortunately. ...

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Picassos symbol of peace

A lithograph by world-renowned artist and sculptor Pablo Picasso is on display at the Bermuda National Gallery. This is the first time the gallery is exhibiting a work by Picasso, who is viewed as one of the most important artists of the 20th century. It was made possible thanks to a donation from Hamilton Princess and Beach Club. ..

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Police launch investigation into New York phone leak

An investigation is under way to determine whether police personnel leaked images connected to a planned trip to New York involving David Burt, the Premier, and other politicians. Acting Commissioner Paul Wright confirmed that complaints had been received over inappropriately disclosed images connected to the alleged trip Mr Burt, then. ..

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Family weathers the storm of horrific Hurricane Irma

June Famous looked forward to hurricanes when she was a child in Tortola. Storms were an exciting time for her and her young cousins. The entire family would shelter together, under one roof. Wed say this was what it was like in Noahs Ark, said Mrs Famous. We were never scared. That all changed with Hurricane Irma on. ..

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Houllier bound for Bermuda

Grard Houllier, the former France coach and Liverpool manager, has agreed to share his wealth of expertise with Bermudas football community. The assistant coach of Frances victorious 1998 World Cup team has accepted an invitation to be the guest speaker at a black-tie event to take place early next year on the island, fellow Frenchman. ..

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Career transition service set up

The Olderhood Group Ltd, part of The Career Partners International Firm network, has teamed up with recruitment business Elevate to help locals with career transition. Robin Trimingham, chief operating officer of The Olderhood Group said Career Partners International is a worldwide organisation with more than 300 offices, specialising in. ..

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