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    January 24, 2015

    Even by todays deplorable standards, some of the venom being aimed at the Bermuda Tourism Authority seems entirely excessive given this is actually an innocuous body dedicated to boosting visitor numbers and not, say, the local arm of...
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    January 23, 2015

    Dear Sir, For the life of me I cannot figure out why the success of the Bermuda Tourism Authority under the leadership of Bill Hanbury is not a desirable thing, except for perceived political advantage by the enemies of recovery of this...
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    January 22, 2015

    Babies are cute their onesies should be too. Thats Clare Panchauds business philosophy. When her son Louis was born two years ago she got frustrated by the selection of clothing here. She challenged herself to get creative. The result?...
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    January 17, 2015

    Politicians are a risk-averse breed as a rule. Not for them any grand deed or word, any principled beau geste, which flies in the face of the popular mood. Not for them any bold initiative which challenges outdated but entrenched social...
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    January 15, 2015

    Students at Dalton E Tucker Primary will today re-enact a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights movement. Theyll replicate the March on Washington as they celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr, whose 86th birthday would have been...
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    January 9, 2015

    Dear Sir,Permit me to say goodbye to an old friend, Charlie Hebdo. I bought my first copy many years ago. Scurrilous, rude, inflammatory, irreverent, provocative yes, all of those things. And also brave, taking on whatever Establishment...
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    January 7, 2015

    [Opinion column written by Minister Patricia Gordon Pamplin] Two years into the OBA’s first term as Government, the green shoots of economic recovery are starting to show. After almost six years of non-stop economic doldrums,...
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    January 7, 2015

    [Opinion column written by PLP MP Wayne Furbert] Under the leadership of Marc Bean, the PLP continue to offer new ideas and new solutions that speak to our uncompromising belief in a Bermuda that works for Bermudians. This new vision is...
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    January 7, 2015

    [Opinion column written by PLP MP Wayne Furbert] Under the leadership of Marc Bean, the PLP continue to offer new ideas and new solutions that speak...
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    January 6, 2015

    [Opinion column written by Chris Famous] Over the last few years many persons have sent me numerous emails regarding my columns expressing exactly how they felt about any given topic I may have written about. Needless to say it has been...
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    January 6, 2015

    CADA says it was “encouraged” to read that the Premier and Minister of National Security has termed the number of road fatalities in Bermuda a “crisis.” On January 2, in response to the recent spate of road...
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    January 6, 2015

    “To simply roll over Mr. Field’s work permit while qualified Bermudians are left in the cold is an insult to Bermudians and yet another confirmation that our country is headed in the wrong direction,” Shadow...
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    January 6, 2015

    Shadow Attorney General Michael Scott called the reappointment of Rory Field to Director of Public Prosecutions a slap in the face to those who believe Bermudians should come first. Governor George Fergusson announced yesterday that Mr...
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    January 6, 2015

    We are less than a week into the New Year and already two Bermuda families are mourning two more road traffic fatalities. The latest tragedies will doubtless prompt the usual expressions of sympathy from politicians, road safety...
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    January 5, 2015

    Sanctioned by the Bermuda Bicycle Association, “The Hell of the North Shore” Cyclocross exhibition race took place on Sunday [Jan 4] at Shelly Bay Beach Park. The course was designed to accommodate mountain bikes, road bikes...
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    January 5, 2015

    A U.S. federal appeals court case has overturned a century-old exemption made for medical malpractice lawsuits against cruise lines, with the court...
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    January 2, 2015

    The Premier and Minister of National Security Michael Dunkley today expressed his sincerest condolences to the families of the two men killed in road traffic collisions in the past few days, adding that addressing “dangerous...
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    January 2, 2015

    December 29, 2014Dear Sir,I have always voted for the PLP. Most of us in the black community have voted for the PLP because we assume perhaps naively based on the PLP electioneering rhetoric that they will represent the interest of the...
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