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ICCI president stepping down after three years – Cayman Compass

Cayman CompassICCI president stepping down after three yearsCayman CompassThe president of the International College of the Cayman Islands has resigned, saying he plans to seek a new challenge after three years in the job. David Marshall, who has been ...

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London lockdown after terror attack

Bermudians with London links are checking on friends and loved ones in the wake of a terrorist attack outside the Houses of Parliament. Three people died and several seriously injured on Westminster Bridge earlier today after a car ploughed into pedestrians following which an armed man apparently stabbed a police officer after breaching. ..

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A lust for life

Most people would be asking why me after being hit by three life-threatening illnesses. Not Susan van Riel. The Hamilton Parish resident was diagnosed with rheumatic fever at 13, failing heart valves at 41 and, at 58, chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. I have had my black Mondays, the 61-year-old said. But ultimately, I think. ..

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PHC aim to make it third time lucky

PHC Zebras, the most successful team in FA Cup history with ten wins, will be aiming to secure a place in their 20th final when they meet holders Robin Hood at Somerset Cricket Club at 8 oclock tonight. PHC will also be hoping to win a cup final at the third time of asking this season, after losing the Dudley ...

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Island to reap Americas Cup telecoms legacy

Bermuda will reap legacy benefits as a result of major telecommunication infrastructure and service upgrades needed for the Americas Cup. It is estimated the island will use as much international data capacity during the month-long event as it normally would in an entire year. Faced with an anticipated ramping up in demand of such. ..

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Charitable status set for review April 4

The charitable status of a group campaigning to stop same-sex marriage and civil partnerships in Bermuda will be up for review in two weeks. Preserve Marriage has applied to renew the probationary status it was granted a year ago by the Charity Commissioners, after 31 people submitted letters of objection. The Commissioners took. ..

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We must rebuild our value infrastructure

There are few people who would not admit that the building of a new airport for Bermuda is long overdue, and without action now our main gate of entrance could be destroyed overnight by a ferocious hurricane, leaving the Government and the people in a state of despair as to how to recover so that we may keep the island ...

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Switch off #8211 and celebrate Earth Hour

Bermuda’s citizens are being urged by Greenrock to turn the lights out this Saturday and head to Hamilton to celebrate Earth Hour. Organisers held a press conference yesterday to detail all the activities taking place at City Hall to mark the annual event, including live entertainment, face painting, electric vehicle demonstrations,. ..

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