Day: July 1, 2021


Man Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison

Breaking News: Word coming to TNN suggesting that Jamieko Trott was today sentenced to a total of 30 years in prison today after Trott was found guilty earlier this year for attempted murder and firearm charges. Stay tuned to TNN for a full report on this breaking story. ———————————————————————— Any content which is considered unsuitable, […]Read More


Mandatory Paid Quarantine Facility Is Unjust

It is a relief for everyone to have almost all Covid restrictions relaxed this coming Sunday as patience with the restrictions and lockdowns has worn out. Additionally, many have lost faith and patience with the recent handling of the pandemic by the PLP Government due to poor communication, double standards and questionable restrictions. The mandatory […]Read More


Ongoing Witness Appeal: In Darrell’s Wharf Shooting

I would like to take this opportunity to provide a brief update on the shooting, which occurred yesterday at 7:30pm at Darrell’s Wharf in Warwick. A 56-year-old man was shot multiple times in broad daylight, sustaining potentially life-threatening injuries. He remains at the hospital in the Intensive Care Unit, with his family at his side. […]Read More


Differential Treatment based on Vaccination Status

While we understand the concern to protect our island and prevent the spread of covid-19 and potential new variants, we must strike a balance. We cannot violate a basic human right – freedom of choice says Bermuda Industrial Union leader Chris Furbert. The Bermuda Hotel Association (“BHA”) announced a mandatory testing policy that “all non-immunized […]Read More


Union Response To News Paper Article

The Bermuda Industrial Union is aware of the article in yesterday’s Royal Gazette stating “BIU work to rule torpedoes cruise ship visit to St Georges”. We would like to make it clear that the work to rule action was made by our General Council on Monday, June 7th following our meeting with the Premier and […]Read More