The Bermuda Government is looking to cultivate new varieties of banana — in case the fungus decimating the fruit’s global population reaches the island.
The new strain of Panama disease, a resilient and incurable soil fungus also known as...
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- Friday Feb 5, 2016 8:00 am
The community will be rallying this weekend to help clean up a “historic and beloved” landmark of Sandys South.
- Feb 5, 2016 8:00 am
Cabinet minister Grant Gibbons has given a positive review of the America’s Cup public meetings that took place this...
- Jan 29, 2016 10:11 am
Environmentalists have welcomed the move to hold public meetings to discuss the master plan for the America’s Cup event...
- Jan 25, 2016 11:26 am
Bermuda Weather Service director Kimberley Zuill will present a free lecture on hurricanes at the Bermuda Zoological Society...
- Jan 21, 2016 10:43 am
<b>Whether they are nibbling through cables, carrying disease into homes or even jumping on shoulders in restaurants,...
- Jan 19, 2016 8:00 am
At just 13, Magnus Henneberger has decided his future may lie with protecting the ocean environment.
The Saltus Grammar...
- Jan 18, 2016 8:00 am
Anyone interested in Greenrock’s Eco-schools programme can have all their questions answered tomorrow.
The charity is...
- Jan 18, 2016 8:00 am
The unsightly pile of blue bags outside the Devon Springs Recycling Centre continues to mount due to continuing operational...
- Jan 16, 2016 8:00 am
A tribunal will hear objections and representations to the Draft City of Hamilton Plan on Wednesday next week.
- Jan 15, 2016 11:39 am
The Bermuda Government has pledged to clean the canal that has contributed to flooding problems in the Mill Creek area,...
- Jan 14, 2016 10:41 am
- Developers required to display notices
- Osprey soars over Fort Scaur
- Clean-up event ahead of race weekend
- Birders spot new species at annual count
- Trash backlog at recycling centre
- Christmas Day parking near Elbow Beach
- Pioneering project returns rare fern to wild
- Southlands access restricted after dumping
- Rare Brazilian seabird spotted off coast
- Marine turtles project gets charity donation
- Support for move to low-cost electricity
- Smith: no fail criteria for emission tests
- Handy guide to our feathered friends
- Sea cucumbers ‘could put Bermuda on map’
- Smith attends world climate conference
- BIOS granted cash for microbes research
- BEST wins South Basin appeal
- Insights into Island’s natural wonders
- Cannonier predicts water crisis
- Award for man dedicated to helping animals
- Politicians help with clean-up effort
- Showing support for dog welfare campaign
- Marine explorer to lecture at BUEI
- Bermuda escapes coral bleaching problem
- Trash trucks to be fitted with GPS devices
- Elegant Trindade petrel makes flying visit
- Pond monitored after piranha-like fish found
- Rare crabs cross Atlantic on buoy
- Students help to keep Bermuda beautiful
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By-election reflects ‘Government failings’
Tributes to ‘a legend in his own lifetime’
Seniors ‘should be allowed to keep working’
Murderers seeking to overturn convictions
Students all smiles as they play dentist
Businessman with high ideals
‘Spirit’ celebrates successful trip
PLP’s Brown blasts new pathways to residency
Concern at banana fungus threat
Huge savings with home care
Aecon: new airport could last 100 years
Recipe for Valentine’s Day success
Gosling’s aims to strike gold
Doctors look at possible Zika cases
‘Void’ of support services for LGBTQ youth
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