Effort to boost construction industry
A number of small-scale construction projects have been freed up from Planning regulations in an effort to boost the industry. The changes were part of an overall review of Planning application processing, aimed at...

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    August 1, 2015

    OJ Pitcher, the St Georges captain, said his teams poor shot selection was the reason behind their collective failure to set Somerset a challenging total in Cup Match at Wellington Oval. Pitcher, who was leading the East Enders for the...
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    August 1, 2015

    A number of small-scale construction projects have been freed up from Planning regulations in an effort to boost the industry. The changes were part of an overall review of Planning application processing, aimed at speeding up...
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    August 1, 2015

    Action is needed on the stalled debate over decriminalising drugs, which community group the Young Progressives says could defuse the Islands gang-related tensions. Every time we lose someone, every time a young man is murdered,...
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    July 30, 2015

    Maya Matouk scored a first-half double as T&T’s Under-20 Women Soca Warriors blanked Dominica 6-0 to top Group Four of their Caribbean Football Union Under-20 Women qualifiers towards the Fifa Under-20 World Cup at Victoria...
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    July 30, 2015

    Maya Matouk scored a first-half double as T&T’s Under-20 Women Soca Warriors blanked Dominica 6-0 to top Group Four of their Caribbean Football Union Under-20 Women qualifiers towards the Fifa Under-20 World Cup at Victoria...
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    July 29, 2015

    Nine of the Bermuda girls basketball team attended Keystone State Camps in Pennsylvania where five of the players were named as all-stars. It was a marked improvement on last years camp when seven players attended, but none had the...
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    July 29, 2015

    Was it a simple human error that anyone could make? Or the action of an incompetent Speaker who must be replaced? Sarah Lagan spoke with analysts on all sides of the political spectrum to get their views on the unprecedented attempt to...
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    July 28, 2015

    The full story behind a developers accusations of ministerial corruption over the development of Hamilton waterfront can be laid bare for the first time today. The written affirmations of all the key players involved in the controversy...
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    July 28, 2015

    Developer Michael MacLean levels serious accusations of corruption at Craig Cannonier, the former Premier, Michael Fahy, the Home Affairs Minister, and Mark Pettingill, the former Attorney General in his sworn affidavit. He claims...
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    July 28, 2015

    Maurice Cottle, a former consultant in the Attorney-Generals chambers, strongly denies claims he knew Mark Pettingill, the former Attorney-General, was acting corruptly in the Hamilton waterfront controversy. Mr Cottles sworn...
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    July 28, 2015

    Hearkening back to the jargon of his military days, Colin Powell once referred to optimism as the ultimate force multiplier in political life. He was slipping into Pentagon-speak for a capability which dramatically enhances or...
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    July 28, 2015

    The Chief Justices decision is a landmark ruling because it has removed 60 years of darkness from our judicial system, which prevented the public from clearly seeing and understanding what was taking place before the courts of Bermuda....
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    July 28, 2015

    [Opinion column written by Eron Hill] “The issue of disappointing anyone else must take a distant and inferior second place to the goal of...
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    July 28, 2015

    The 2015 Cup Match teams attended a reception at Camden yesterday [July 27], ahead of the upcoming Cup Match Cricket Classic. Deputy Premier Bob Richards and Minister of Community, Culture and Sports Pat Gordon-Pamplin greeted the...
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    July 28, 2015

    Tobagonian, Tsaianne Leander scored a goal in each half as T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors kicked off their Fifa Under-20 World Cup qualifying campaign with a comfortable 2-0 blanking of host St Vincent and The Grenadines at...
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    July 28, 2015

    [Updated] “The announcement by WEDCO that two non-Bermudian firms have been awarded contracts that combined are allegedly as much as 50 million dollars without an open tender, follows the OBA pattern of secrecy, lack of...
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    July 27, 2015

    Home Affairs Minister Michael Fahy provided an overview of the Bermuda Air Terminal [Fees] Amendment [No. 2] Regulations 2015 in the Senate today...
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    July 27, 2015

    Minister of Community, Culture and Sports Pat Gordon-Pamplin announced the members of the Co-Parenting Mediation Council today [July 27] saying she is confident they will carry out the purpose of the Council very well and...
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