All Stories All Stories en-us Holders Cleveland settle for draw Lords Cleveland won toss Match drawn. Cleveland made certain of starting another Eastern Counties series as champions after Saturdays final against St Davids ended in a tame draw when the holders declined to chase the target set by the challengers St Davids. St Davids made a bold declaration at the fall of their seventh. .. Sun, 30 Aug 2015 03:54:00 GMT Oracle in clean sweep of wins Oracle Team USA stamped their authority at the Louis Vuitton Americas Cup World Series in Gothenburg today. The defender won both races on opening day to close the gap on overall points leaders Land Rover BAR. Oracle Team USA led every leg in both races to underline their dominance and emphatically claim bragging rights back at. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 18:20:00 GMT Artemis seek improved fortunes Artemis Racing and Emirates Team New Zealand are hoping their fortunes take a turn for the better when Louis Vuitton Americas Cup World Series racing starts in Gothenburg today. The two Challengers were forced to return to port prior to the start of yesterdays official practice races, with Artemiss AC45F catamaran capsizing and. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 17:52:00 GMT Sport Scoreboard, August 29, 2015 Sat, 29 Aug 2015 17:51:00 GMT Small businesses praise credit initiative Owners of small businesses have welcomed an initiative that will allow them to claim credit when importing items for sale. I definitely hope to take advantage of it, said Jahnika Alves, who owns Clear Choice Doors, Windows and Glass with her husband, Herbie Alves. Its a really great idea. Mrs Alves said any policy that would. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 05:09:00 GMT Richards We need foreign capital Finance Minister Bob Richards has reiterated his case for the need to draw investment into Bermuda, responding to a suggestion by economist Craig Simmons that the strategy was skewed and over-reliant on overseas capital. In The Royal Gazette yesterday, Mr Simmons called on the Bermuda Government to direct more of its efforts into. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:55:00 GMT Gibbons gets tips in Sweden for World Series Preparations for the Louis Vuitton Americas Cup World Series in October are on track, according to Grant Gibbons, the Economic Development Minister responsible for the 35th Americas Cup. The organisation is coming along very nicely, said Dr Gibbons, who is attending this weekends Americas Cup World Series in Gothenburg,. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:54:00 GMT Toastmasters reaching out to teens The Bermuda Toastmasters Club is reaching out to young people through its new Gavel Club programme. The group, which aims to help people improve their public-speaking skills through impromptu talks, is also moving into schools to help students develop abilities that will give them an advantage in college and the workplace. The club. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:38:00 GMT Bermudian gets Called to the Bar Bermudian Cristen Suess became the newest member of the Bermuda Bar yesterday, following in her mothers footsteps. Ms Suesss mother Sharon Suess, who was Called to the Bermuda Bar 11 years ago, said she was surprised and happy when her daughter announced that she was stepping away from studying journalism and shifting her focus. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:31:00 GMT Clothes, shoes at free Somerset school drive Today New Testament Church of God in Somerset will host a free school drive today from 9am until 3pm by offering childrens clothes and shoes to local families. Stop by to the churchs healing centre located at 84 Somerset Road, Sandys. For more information call 234-2427. Centenary United Methodist Church, located on Collectors. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:29:00 GMT Wescome revels in teaching Gods word Growing up in the foster care system, Dwayne Wescome sometimes felt like he was unloved, unwanted and abandoned. Then he developed a close relationship with God, which proved to him otherwise. The 30-year-old recently graduated with a master of divinity from Andrews University in Michigan. He has already found work as a religion. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:27:00 GMT Teen and senior bridge generation gap A teenager teamed up with a 91-year-old woman to compete in a landmark game of bridge this week. Even though they did not win, Nea Willits said Tyler Irby, 17, played very well. I enjoyed the game very much, Ms Willits said, adding that although Tyler had not been playing for long, his defence was particularly good. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:22:00 GMT Heavy rain dampens water truckers trade Water truckers in Bermuda have been relying on the other services they provide to endure this summers unpredictable weather. The drought-like conditions the Island experienced in June and July brought a high demand for water, leaving truckers scrambling to service customers with limited supply. Now, with 4. 5 inches of rainfall so. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:18:00 GMT Bridge a squeeze to get your attention As we get closer to September the bridge addicts will be feeling slightly more comfortable as it is a signal that the fall season is not far away. The summer is always a tough time for those who like to play often and in good-sized fields. The Friday afternoon games restart on September 11 and the first big event is the Open Pairs. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:13:00 GMT Building walls is not the way forward Donald Trump, the United States presidential candidate who has raised more than a few eyebrows in his stormy campaign to reach the White House, has spoken of building a wall to halt the flow of illegal immigrants, mainly from Mexico, who try daily to elude border patrols in an effort to enter America to seek a better life. While most. .. Sat, 29 Aug 2015 04:07:00 GMT