<b>After a rough few months for Bermuda’s political parties, The Royal Gazette spoke to observers who assessed the state of play as the clock ticks towards the next General Election.</b>
Plagued by infighting and in the...
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- Friday Aug 26, 2016 8:00 am
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Trevor Moniz has issued an advisory about the risks arising from inadequate...
- Aug 22, 2016 10:44 am
The Opposition has rejected Michael Dunkley’s open e-mail facility, launched this week as email@example.com, as a...
- Aug 16, 2016 1:31 pm
Progressive Labour Party leader Marc Bean will face no challenges at the Opposition’s delegates’ conference, according to a...
- Aug 15, 2016 8:00 am
The Bermuda Government’s sole-source deal for a new airport terminal has been defended as the only way to avoid extra...
- Aug 14, 2016 12:45 pm
Marc Bean has come under fire from his party colleagues for his “wild, psychotic and disrespectful” comments since returning...
- Aug 13, 2016 8:00 am
Marc Bean, the Leader of the Opposition, has stated that attempts to depose him were a significant factor behind his recent...
- Aug 13, 2016 8:00 am
A Progressive Labour Party government would not pull the plug on the proposal for a new airport terminal, according to David...
- Aug 11, 2016 2:34 pm
David Burt, the Acting Leader of the Opposition, last night chastised the ruling party for failing to concentrate on policies...
- Aug 9, 2016 12:01 am
Bob Richards has condemned the People’s Campaign for its “unfortunate, misplaced and deliberately inflammatory” comparison of...
- Aug 3, 2016 12:01 am
A lawsuit has been filed against the Bermuda Police Service on behalf of Mahesh Reddy, a physician partnered with former...
- Jul 30, 2016 8:00 am
- Weeks: Don’t be violent to one another
- Poll: Premier’s priority must be unity
- Baron’s pledge for those ‘left behind’
- Burt: remember our emancipation heroes
- Outerbridge, Kempe handed OBA roles
- Senate: hotel tax breaks approved
- Island ‘stronger than some’ on Brexit
- Premier’s meeting in Turks and Caicos
- Cost of Brown inquiry tops $2m
- Pathways group: consider the young
- House closes as tensions rise
- Privacy protection Bill passes
- Fahy thankful to minibus and taxi drivers
- Talks fail to break minicars stand-off
- Dunkley and OT leaders to discuss Brexit
- City mayor welcomes profit of $500,000
- Year before Furbert Bill returns to House
- Senate: support for pensions increases
- Senate: plea to do more to protect bees
- Politicians pay tribute to Johnny Barnes
- House: questions over reporting of suicides
- Human Rights Act amendment rejected
- Furbert defiant in defeat
- House: Bermuda Health Council report tabled
- Fahy: minicars legislation on hold
- Developers unveil possible airport design
- Senate: finance, marina amendments approved
- Dunkley congratulates new Prime Minister
- House: police disciplinary reform approved
- Act amendment ‘discriminatory’
- Pathways Bill irresponsible, says Burt
- Moniz misrepresented rules, says law expert
- Bean safe as PLP leader, insists Burt
- Burt: People do not want same-sex marriage
- OBA: independent Pettingill unlikely
- House: Moniz hits back at Crockwell
- House: summer programme helping 95 students
- ‘No ministerial influence’ behind Crockwell raid
- Bascome accuses PLP of ‘hypocrisy’
- Pettingill reacts to Crockwell resignation
Plans to block Tom Moore’s jungle
Trott’s efforts in vain for West Ham
Music maestro and father-of-nine dies
Drug trial: Brown gave different addresses
Budding journalists learn ropes at Gazette
Time for financial backstop programmes
The Color Purple will leave you speechless
Parties hit by turbulence ahead of election
Canada-bound travellers require entry visa
Success is oats so simple for Joanna
Pair vying for model and designer titles
Toast and Gosling’s show the right spirit
Government admits $65.9m budget deficit
Call for bottle deposit system
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