• January: a sobering start to the year

    January: a sobering start to the year

    The month’s crime report makes for sobering reading as a spate of shootings, stabbings and robberies reminds us all that violence is still very much a part of our lives.

    A shooting on Happy Valley Road nine days into the New Year leaves...

  • February: a mountain of debt

    February: a mountain of debt

    Bermuda’s debt mountain is addressed in the Budget Statement as Bob Richards, the Minister of Finance, introduces increases in...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • March: blocking the way

    March: blocking the way

    A protest on the House of Assembly grounds ends with Government pledging to introduce the proposed Pathways to Status...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • April: Ag Show makes welcome return

    April: Ag Show makes welcome return

    The Bermuda Agriculture Exhibition returns after a one-year hiatus and is welcomed back like a long-lost friend.

    Grounds...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • May: carrying on regardless

    May: carrying on regardless

    Torrential rain doesn’t dampen the spirits of some Bermuda residents who help raise money for worthy charities by...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • June: a time of division and change

    June: a time of division and change

    Two referendums take place that impact Bermuda’s future, with residents only having a say in one of them.

    While the...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • July: a towering inferno

    July: a towering inferno

    This month will be long remembered for the devastating Front Street fire.

    Sweeping through a three-storey building in...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • August: a month of highs and lows

    August: a month of highs and lows

    News broke early on that mother-of-three Kiahna Trott-Edwards would face retrial for her murder conviction in the death of...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • September: lack of trust in island’s leaders

    September: lack of trust in island’s leaders

    Two topics dominated the headlines in September: politics and children’s issues.

    Early on in the month Family Centre...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • October: a stormy month

    October: a stormy month

    After a three-week trial, Shantoine Prinston Burrows, 25, was found guilty of the murder of Rickai Swan at Southampton Rangers...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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  • November: infighting and resignations rock PLP

    November: infighting and resignations rock PLP

    The island’s political system was rocked early in November with several high-profile resignations within the Progressive...

    • Dec 31, 2016 10:00 am
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