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Engage with the world but keep our identity

Trying to define or understand this moment in time in its appropriate context naturally depends on the observer. Whether this epoch in our political life is an auspicious moment as in a matter of divine providence, or as a religious person might say this is a day that God has made is worth considering. It would be useful and much ...

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Taxpayers face substantial lawsuits bill

Taxpayers will pick up the tab for a lawsuit launched by the One Bermuda Alliance administration and likely to be dropped under the new Progressive Labour Party government. The civil suit, filed in Massachusetts against the Lahey Clinic, is expected to be swiftly ditched by Attorney-General Kathy Simmons, but the Governments bill for. ..

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Honouring memory of Middle Passage

A local school and its alumni have teamed with a school in the Caribbean to promote unity, and honour the memory of the victims and survivors of the Middle Passage. The Millennium Arch, a replica of which stands on the grounds of the St Croix Educational Complex in the United States Virgin Islands, is a testament to the millions lost ...

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Food for thought

Arlene Andrews-MacGuinness is accustomed to working with parents of picky eaters. At her practice, Anew Advanced Nutrition, Exercise and Wellness she helps clients across their lifespan, from paediatrics to sports nutrition, weight management to chronic illness. But the dietitian found a new perspective when she discovered. ..

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Skycaps bring a smile to their job every day

Each day brings plenty of variety for Bermudas skycaps, and thats the way they like it. They help passengers unload and transport luggage through the terminal, and give guidance and assistance where needed. The skycaps are also among the first people that arriving passengers meet. They act as ambassadors for the island, spreading. ..

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Fentanyl floods streets

More than 130,000 fatal doses of fentanyl could be on the streets of Bermuda, with Chief Medical Officer Cheryl Peek-Ball describing the amount of missing drugs as exceptionally large and dangerous. Canadian Jacqueline Robinson was jailed for seven years last Friday for smuggling 45 pellets of the drug into Bermuda and the Supreme. ..

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OBA worked like Trojans

Dear Sir,A harsh awakening, and sadly no time now to balance the budget of a brilliant finance minister, Bob Richards, and a fine premier, Michael Dunkley, and his ministers to guide them through a minefield of mismanagement and ignorance that was left behind by the Progressive Labour Party. The One Bermuda Alliance government worked. ..

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Listers grounded in desire to serve the people

Dennis Lister doesnt like the term dynasty. Its just a word that doesnt suit me, the veteran Sandys North Central MP said in an interview with ltigtThe Royal Gazetteltigt. I look at what I do purely as public service this is about serving people. If you cant see yourself serving people, this isnt for you. .. .

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Shadow Cabinet announced

Patricia Gordon-Pamplin, sworn in yesterday as the Leader of the Opposition, also announced her Shadow Cabinet and a Senate team from which Michael Fahy was notably absent. Mr Fahy, whose immigration policies were widely perceived as a liability when the One Bermuda Alliance held the Government, will be supportive going forward, but. ..

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Wells told he is free to leave

Nahki Wellss future at Huddersfield Town hangs in the balance after being told by head coach David Wagner that he is free to leave. The Bermuda striker, who joined Town from Bradford City in 2014 for a then club record 1. 3million, is in the final year of his contract at the John Smiths Stadium. Wellss ten goals played a. ...

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