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Reflections of the ILTT: celebrating 50 years of fun, fishing and friendships.

Crayton Greene first fished the International Light Tackle Tournament in 1968 for Bermuda Anglers Club and the team won.  In all he fished twenty-eight times over five decades, winning six times. His last tournament was in 2006, on team Thumbs Up with his good friends Bill and Gene Duval.   Interview with Crayton Greene: April 2016 By Claire James In June 2016, the Bermuda Anglers Club will host the 50th International Light Tackle Tournament, an Offshore World Championship qualifying event. I was honoured and delighted to spend a...


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An Island Unto Itself

Christopher Carter had very good taste in spite of himself.  One of the three men left in Bermuda after Sir George Somers died in 1610, he was offered the whole of St. David’s Island, all 510 acres of it, for his share of the ambergris he and...


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A Living Museum

Seen from the air, as one aerial photograph reveals, the grounds of Government House constitute a reassuringly green expanse, their 33 acres stretching down from Marsh Folly Road to the north shore. The lawns and gardens alone would be enough to...


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Slideshow: Lilies

'Tis the season of the Easter Lily!   We invite you to take a walk with us down a sweetly scented memory lane to years gone by when Easter Lillies covered every inch of our island...   {gallery}Lilies:697:410::0{/gallery}    


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Slideshow: The Year in Photos

In anticipation of the New Year, The Bermudian takes a look back at our favourite photos of 2015. From beautiful Bermuda homes in our Annual Building Design Awards to the talented men and women featured in our first ever Made in Bermuda Awards, ...

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Slideshow: Loving Winter!

We asked our readers on social media to send us their photos of loving winter in Bermuda. Here are our #lovewinterinbda favourites!   {gallery}LoveWinter:500:500::2{/gallery}