Kyle Lightbournes field of dreams
If theres anyone who is proud to see PHCs field back up and running again its Kyle Lightbourne. The former English Premier League footballer got his first shot in the spotlight while playing football with the club as a...

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    April 1, 2015

    For the first time in many years, investors in the hospitality sector are looking at the costbenefit analyses of doing business in Bermuda and deciding the Island is a sound bet. The Green family are pumping millions of dollars into...
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    April 1, 2015

    Dear Sir,A note of thanks. As the zone chairperson of The Lions Clubs of Bermuda, I would like to extend my gratitude to all who assisted in any way with our White Cane Tag Day, held on Friday and Saturday, March 13 and 14. Once again a...
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    April 1, 2015

    Dear Sir,Bermudians were more united under the infamous former Government, Progressive Labour Party, 14 years on. Oh how I miss those days, dont we all? Im afraid not!We had the highest unemployment figures in modern history, if not...
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    April 1, 2015

    Ahmani Peets is on the honour roll at Whitney Institute Middle School among family members his prowess at Wii is legendary. Hes also autistic. As a young child he survived on a handful of items cranberry sauce, water, apple juice, bread...
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    April 1, 2015

    If theres anyone who is proud to see PHCs field back up and running again its Kyle Lightbourne. The former English Premier League footballer got his first shot in the spotlight while playing football with the club as a teenager. The...
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    March 31, 2015

    Dear Sir,On March 28, at about 9. 45pm in front of the main door to City Hall, a young man parked his vehicle. He was playing his stereo very loudly, with the most obscene and vulgar lyrics. It was disappointing and I was appalled to...
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    March 31, 2015

    A game of tennis, laps in the pool theres a lot on offer at Strawberry Hill. The Paget condominium development promises a convenient lifestyle to house-hunters. Hamilton is only a walk away and the South Shore beaches a short drive....
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    March 31, 2015

    Dear Heather Spring is here, we are thinking of selling our house. Have you got any tips for spring cleaning? SellerDear Seller If you are thinking of putting your house on the market, before the For Sale sign goes up, be sure to give...
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    March 31, 2015

    Thailand is now a home away from home for Bermudian Keith Stuart. The 58-year-old stumbled upon Pattaya, a popular seaside resort on the Eastern Gulf Coast, years ago while working as a travelling musician. He ended up discovering his...
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    March 31, 2015

    As she emerges from the dressing room tunnel at the Municipal Les Planes St Joan Despi in Barcelona, Kenni Thompson is greeted by a group of excited youngsters, anxious to get their picture taken with the Bermudian female football star....
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    March 31, 2015

    It is both unfortunate and unproductive that time is now being spent detailing what transpired in a meeting I had with Premier Dunkley and Minister Fahy over the contentious issue of immigration reform when our energies should be...
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    March 30, 2015

    Even the most scrupulously law-abiding of Bermudas residents is unlikely to be entirely happy with all of Bermudas laws. But in a community based on the rule of law, we are all bound to respect and observe even legislation which we...
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    March 30, 2015

    In light of my constitutional duty as Premier to uphold the good management of the public affairs of Bermuda, I feel it necessary to comment on the events of last Wednesday when an unruly crowd disrupted Senate business. People will...
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    March 30, 2015

    March 29, 2015Dear Sir,On behalf of Greenrock and the Earth Hour Council, I am writing to thank everyone who made Earth Hour 2015 such a glowing success. This annual event is only made possible through hundreds of hours of hard work by...
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    March 30, 2015

    Insurance boss John Charman is an avid art collector, who also believes in supporting artists. He gives away 21,000 to talented artists through the Charman Prize. The biennial event, open to resident artists and Bermudians overseas, is...
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    March 30, 2015

    Roseli Johnson never expected to reinvent herself at the age of 48. But that is what she had to do when she lost her job as a gallery administrator last December. I was working at the Bermuda National Gallery East in St Georges, she...
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    March 30, 2015

    Ch Caines is one artist who can paint under pressure. The 24-year-old Bermudian was commissioned to create an official portrait of former Premier Ewart Brown to hang on the walls of the Cabinet building. He wanted to make sure he got...
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    March 28, 2015

    Last Saturday, Citizens to Uproot Racism in Bermuda CURB had a tag day, and I happily made a small contribution and now display their tag on my motorcycle. My small donation brought to mind the opinion piece written by Lynne Winfield,...
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