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Two years ago Teena Nicole Tyrrell was without a job. She tried to find work but couldnt and so she got creative. The 48-year-old recently started her own accessory design business. TNicole Designs makes everything from...

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    February 27, 2015

    There are plenty of outfits and styles that look great in the workplace. On the flip side, there are just some things that just dont work in a professional setting. The Royal Gazette asked people to tell us what three things they felt...
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    February 27, 2015

    Two years ago Teena Nicole Tyrrell was without a job. She tried to find work but couldnt and so she got creative. The 48-year-old recently started her own accessory design business. TNicole Designs makes everything from mens bow ties,...
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    February 27, 2015

    Eron Woods is helping other students pay for college and he isnt even finished with his own education. The 19-year-old recently gave 500 to help a culinary student at his alma mater, the Bermuda College. Mr Woods was class valedictorian...
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    February 27, 2015

    Financial analysts believe Bermuda is likely to emerge from six years of recession this year, despite rising unemployment in 2014.Ministry of Finance analysts' projections estimate the economy will grow by up to 1.5 per cent next...
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    February 26, 2015

    Dear Editor,I guess Im a tree-hugger. Leave the trees alone and in their own glory. Dont clothe them in crochet!What next? Dogs in skirts?Anonymous
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    February 26, 2015

    Dear Editor,Why not accord status to all PRCs, resident or not, and without all the paperwork. Government has already subjected every PRC to copious investigation. Some will then likely return, which would provide relief for the...
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    February 26, 2015

    Dear Editor,I wonder if it isnt too late to rethink the furlough day option for Government employees?Now that we all understand, from the recent Budget, what a serious position we are in, I would think most Government workers would...
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    February 26, 2015

    Edith Hollis Manns uncle drove her to Mount St Agnes Academy from Shelly Bay in a horse and buggy in 1927. When I got older I bicycled to school whether it was sunny, wet or there were gale force winds, she said. Sometimes, when I was...
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    February 26, 2015

    Linda Parker never imagined she would brave the waters of Hamilton Harbour in March. But shes preparing to make the nippy jump on Sunday on behalf of some of Bermuda High Schools less privileged students. The principal will be one of 50...
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    February 25, 2015

    At this moment in Bermudas history, the hospitality sector carries the countrys greatest hope for job creation and entrepreneurial opportunity. This was re-enforced in the Finance Ministers budget speech where he repeatedly mentioned...
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    February 25, 2015

    Shari-Lynn Pringle weighed around 250lbs. She had high blood pressure, type two diabetes and was on several medications including insulin. The warning bells didnt go off for the 51-year-old until she caught a surprise glimpse of a...
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    February 25, 2015

    Eight years ago Jason Fublers life was all about sex, drugs and rock and roll. He was the lead guitarist and songwriter in the Baltimore-based Agents of Sun. The band was on tour, playing at packed venues across the US. Their single,...
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    February 25, 2015

    For the past two years Saltus students have spent their free time at John Smiths Bay cleaning, clearing and hauling garbage. They were recognised for those efforts with a KBB Appreciation Award last night. Nearly 300 of Saltus Grammar...
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    February 24, 2015

    May 24, Bermuda Day, marks the traditional start of our summer. The annual Bermuda Day Parade is enjoyed by thousands of Bermudians and visitors as both participants and spectators. The Appleby Half Marathon Derby and Sinclair Packwood...
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    February 24, 2015

    Its steady as she goes. Governments fiscal policy stance for the foreseeable future is one of debt reduction expect decreases in spending as the primary weapon and increases in taxes in a supporting role. The original plan called for...
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    February 24, 2015

    A year ago, Kaurie Daniels would never have imagined herself leading protests against police brutality in the US. The 28-year-old Bermudian had just moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Her dream was a successful acting career. And then Michael...
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    February 24, 2015

    Onika Best got fed up with Bermudas music scene and left to make her way in Barbados 23 years ago. The 47-year-old is now performing all over the Caribbean nation. She was the drummer in a band that opened for Maxi Priest in St James...
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    February 24, 2015

    Dear Heather,I am just about to put my home on the market, and the kitchen is looking a bit tired. Do you think I should redo it before selling? Kitchen QuandaryDear Kitchen Quandary,Fortunately, it is not necessary to rob a bank to...
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