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The Bermudian

Government delivered the Throne Speech, outlining their plans for the next year.   Michael Douglas and the Dill family broke ground on the new Ariel Sands...

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  FOR almost six decades, Ariel Sands had been a symbol of tourism’s golden age in Bermuda, catering to both high-end travellers and everyday Bermudians...

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“Bubble Boy” Reza Baluchi was back in the headlines again, this time to reassure us that his first attempt to “walk” the perimeter of the Bermuda Triangle was not a fleeting moment of high-minded idiocy, and that he plans on attempting it again next year.

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As we continue to assess the full extent of the damage caused by Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricane Gonzalo, The Bermudian takes a look at...

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On the one hand, it might be the most high camp ‘bubble’ scenario since the first season of Seinfeld when George Costanza is asked: “What are you looking at? Never seen a kid in a bubble before?”

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Miss the news this week? Our new Friday feature has you covered. This Is The Week That Was. 

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If the surfer spirit has shown us anything, it’s that long-haired reprobates will find a wave and something to ride it with wherever a swell may roam. 

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Miss the news this week? Our new Friday feature has you covered.

 This Is The Week That Was

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On September 17, 1950, a man named Edward Van Winkle Jones published an article in the Miami Herald that would condemn every Bermudian to a...

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The National Parks Commission promises to crack down on murderous feral cats, potentially saving hundreds of lizards and skinks from daily torture and pitiless annihilation. 

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Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Bermuda College is not as inconsequential as some might be tempted to believe. The significance of the number 40, coupled...

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