Month: September 2021

Community News

Boppy Newborn Loungers Products Recalled

Under the Consumer Protection Act 1999, section 23 (1) a, b, c, Consumer Affairs, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Boppy Company are putting a recall of Boppy Newborn Loungers into effect. THE RECALL: The Newborn Loungers were sold at two local stores and online from Pottery Barn Kids, Target, Walmart and, […]Read More

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Two Teens Charged with Gibbons’ Murder

This morning in Magistrate’s Court, 18-year-old Sandys residents Ricardo Tucker Jr. and Shae-Unni Smith were charged with allegedly murdering 57-year-old Duane Gibbons on Thursday September 16. Since the matter must be heard in the Supreme Court, neither defendant was required to enter a plea today. Given the serious nature of the alleged offence and the […]Read More

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Bus Driver Return As Bus Service Resume

This afternoon, the Ministry of Transport confirmed that the bus service has resumed at 1 p.m. and all bus routes are currently being serviced. Minister of Transport, the Hon. Lawrence Scott, JP, MP, said, “We are pleased that bus and ferry service has resumed. We are grateful to the public for their patience and acknowledge […]Read More



“The most recent medical condition update available indicated that the 46 year old male rider (said to be a Hamilton parish resident) seriously hurt in a two motorcycle collision on South Road in Warwick around 7:50pm Sunday, 19th September remained in critical condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit. No further update was available regarding […]Read More

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Pandemic Impact On Morgue Services

Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB) today highlighted the need for people to work together when someone dies to help manage the large numbers of deceased, following a rise in deaths related directly to the COVID-19 pandemic. Deputy Chief Executive Officer, R Scott Pearman, comments: “The increase in deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic is a tragic situation […]Read More