Month: October 2021

Community News

BHB Moves To Disaster Alert Level 3

Bermuda Hospitals Board today confirmed it has reduced its alert level from 4 to 3, in response to the reduction in COVID-19 patients needing critical, emergency and acute care services. This is a cautionary move, as there are still people in hospital with COVID-19, and one overflow ICU is still open. Visiting restrictions will remain […]Read More

Community

Beacon House Hosts Roof-Wetting Ceremony

Last night, Vision Bermuda, formerly the Bermuda Society of the Blind, held their official roof wetting ceremony at Beacon House, where major renovations are currently underway. “ Naturally, we are disappointed that COVID restrictions on gathering numbers meant that we could not share this roof wetting occasion with all of our friends, clients and other […]Read More

Politics Slider News

Two Artists Confirmed For Flora Duffy Mural

Today the Department of Culture announced details of the Flora Duffy mural, which is part of the recognition events to honour Bermuda’s first Olympic Gold Medalist. The Ministry advised that 11 artists were invited to submit creative proposals for the project, with the successful candidates being artist Kendra L. Earls and graphic design artist Shanna […]Read More

Community Sports

Four Additional Major Champions Join Butterfield Bermuda Championship Field

With the Butterfield Bermuda Championship returning next week for its third event, tournament officials have announced additional players schedule to appear. The field of 132 will include five major champions as previously announced 2018 Masters winner Patrick Reed is joined by Graeme McDowell, Lucas Glover, Jason Dufner, and Danny Willett. “We are excited to have […]Read More

Politics

Public Cautioned About Fake Email Scams in Circulation

The Ministry of Labour advises the public of two fake emails in circulation. One claims to be an offer of assistance from the Department of Financial Assistance. The other is a COVID-19 status validation request from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in partnership with the Government. If you receive or have received […]Read More