Day: March 29, 2022


Will Smith, Chris Rock – Violence and a Caution to

“If we desire a society of peace, then we cannot achieve such a society through violence”. Bayar Rustin I wrote this in reaction to the sensational video I watched yesterday morning with Hollywood star Will Smith slapping another Hollywood star Chris Rock in the face on live television at the Oscars. This Hollywood spectacle is seen […]Read More


Hamilton Princess Hotel $4000 Donation

Following its Black History Month celebrations in February, the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has made donations to two local charities in the name of its honourees: the Bermuda College Foundation, chosen by Gary Phillips, and the Family Centre, chosen by Martha Dismont. $2,000 was raised for the organisations through the hotel’s Black History Month […]Read More

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Government Awards Grants to Community Clubs

Seven community organisations were awarded monetary grants from the Bermuda Government’s Confiscated Assets and Capital Development Grant Programme. Premier and Minister of Finance, the Hon. David Burt, JP, MP, presented cheques to sports and community clubs, totalling $175,000 to assist with essential upgrades to their facilities, purchase new equipment and support youth programmes. The initiative […]Read More


Apex Group launches FS Disruptor Forum to catalyse change in

Apex Group Ltd. (“Apex” or “The Group”), a global financial services provider, in partnership with the Digital Leadership Forum (“DLF”) today announces the launch of the Financial Services (“FS”) Disruptor Forum powered by Apex Group. Conceptualised and driven by Apex Group, the FS Disruptor Forum brings together leading industry change agents to deliver a series of […]Read More

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Adoption Save My Life Says Nadine Henry

Nadine Bernadette Bleechington Browne-Evans Henry sat down with TNN’s Trevor Lindsay and shared her Story of Adoption. In 1973, Pamela Bleechington, an expectant Jamaican mother, traveled from Jamaica to Bermuda to allegedly traffic drugs. She was tracked and caught when she arrived in Bermuda. The late Dame Lois Browne-Evans, who was the honorary Jamaican Consulate […]Read More