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Be a Good Neighbour: Hurricane Help

Helping each other in times of stress is not only neighbourly, but is also just the right thing to do. Hurricanes can cause pronounced damage to our little island, but they bring out the best in Bermuda’s community. Here are 5 ways to be kind to your neighbour before, during and after a hurricane.   Check In It’s always a good idea to check-in on elderly neighboburs and those with special needs before a hurricane is scheduled to strike. You…


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Be a Good Neighbour: Welcome to the Neighbourhood!

When new people move into the neighbourhood, take the initiative to welcome them warmly and work to build a good rapport with them. Remember: every friend was once a stranger. Here are our favourite ways to welcome new folks to…


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What’s New in Renewables? The Bermudian’s Guide to Renewable & Energy Efficient Technology

Soaring electricity bills, climate change worries, depletion of the world’s natural resources, water shortages—everywhere you look, there are worrying new statistics about the state of the environment, warnings about how much more we are going to have to pay to…


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10 Products from Gotcha Covered That You Need This Christmas

From stylish rugs to durable, yet beautiful outdoor furniture items of all types, outdoor living store Gotcha Covered is the place to go for gifts this holiday season. No matter what your style, budget or gift idea, the team at…


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My Favourite Room: Living Room by Benevides & Associates

When architectural firm Benevides & Associates built this new home in 2014, their young, modern clients asked them to carry on with the overall room design, resulting in the firm’s most favourite room to date. Starting with a spacious open-plan…

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My Favourite Room: Luxury Bathroom by Chanika Jones, OBMI

“This room is special because it speaks to the importance of feeling comfortable in every room of your home,” explained interior designer Chanika Jones of OBMI. “Clients often spend much time redoing spaces within their home but neglect the bathroom…