Month: October 2021

Sports

FOOTBALL RETURNS WITH A BANG

After Saturday’s Premier Division curtain-raiser for the much delayed Bermuda Football Association (BFA) season between Dandy Town and Devonshire Cougars produced just a single score over the course of 90 minutes, Sunday’s four match slate produced an avalanche of goals with a combined 18 goals tallied. PHC 5 ROBIN HOOD 0 PHC Zebras announced their […]Read More

Community

BTOA Seats A New Executive

Pursuant to Article 11-Meetings; of the BTOA Constitution, a Special General Meeting was called with the sole purpose of resuming the aborted AGM of August 6th, 2021, due to the untimely resignation of the former President. D. Frost and the Treasurer, T. Taylor, months prior. During this meeting at St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre and […]Read More

Politics

MP Jache Adams Claims Opposition Leader Lacks Information

Last week, the Opposition Leader and Shadow Finance Minister, Cole Simons released a statement in response to Kroll Bond Rating Agency’s (‘KBRA’) recent credit review of the Bermuda Government. The statement was yet another failed attempt by the OBA to continue their false narrative of this Government’s fiscal prudence and a further demonstration of Mr. […]Read More

Sports

Sunday Tee Times Will Start at 7:45 a.m. off Split

The Butterfield Bermuda Championship tee times for the Championship Round Fueled by Rubis will start at 7:45 a.m. with golfers teeing off from both Hole #1 and #10, it was announced today. Play is estimated to end at 2:45 p.m. with the closing ceremony taking place on the 18th green. All hospitality areas will be […]Read More