The first cruise ship of the new season is due to arrive at Dockyard on Monday morning, bringing 1,765 passengers and 936 crew to our shores.
The P&O liner <i>MV Oriana </i> will berth at King’s Wharf.
She is arriving...
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- Feb 8, 2016 8:00 am
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- Feb 4, 2016 8:00 am
New travel requirements for Bermudians going to Canada will come into effect next month.
The Electronic Travel...
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A new hotel development in St George’s is set to break ground no later than June, according to Shawn Crockwell.
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More details about the St George’s hotel project should be made public in the near future, according to Shawn...
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