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Rising Stars 2015

Known for its prestige as a keystone of international business, Bermuda is home to some of the brightest young minds across multiple fields of commerce, with the most impressive being proudly home grown. Key industries like finance, insurance, law and hospitality make up the backbone of our island economy, and it's always a cause for celebration when a young Bermudian shows early promise in one of these crucial fields. In this spirit, we're proud to present to you seven of…


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Hazel Qwendolen Lowe, May 11, 1929 – June 19, 2015

I remember exactly when I first met Hazel Lowe. It was in 1973 when she and her husband, Bobby, and newly married Mike and I were all invited by a mutual friend to eat in the recently opened Newport Room. …


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Go Tiffany!

Gutsy Tiffany Paynter has had some set backs in her young life. She wants to be a teacher and has been trying to get a university degree since she graduated as Head Girl from Saltus in 2004. But financial difficulties…


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The Passion of Margaret Rose-Giloth


The Dream Girls Club, an off-shoot mentorship programme of the charity Phenomenal People, is taking on the singular mission of showing young Bermudian women what it means, and what it takes, to succeed. Leading that charge is Margaret Rose-Giloth, the…


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Michiko Campbell, aka "Chef Chiko"

Everyone knows that there’s no shortage of delectable cuisine in Bermuda, but self-made Bermudian chefs who’ve leveraged their own personal “brand” into widespread local and international success are few and far between. Cue Michiko Campbell, sous chef at the Royal…

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Dr. Neil Burnie

Local legend and beloved Ocean vet Dr. Neil Burnie passed away on November 11th in a free-diving accident off of Horseshoe Bay Beach. The musician, activist, vet, and shark-tagger is survived by his loving wife Katrin Burnie, his son Oscar Deuss,…