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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, daughter Kim Deuss, and siblings Judith Sweetman, Jonathan Burnie, brother-in-law Rufus Sweetman, sister-in-law Meg Burnie, and pets Kia, Hugo, Ziggy, and Kitty Michael, and the members of the Bermuda Shark Project. 


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Rising Stars 2014

As too many of our young Bermudians know, in today's climate fulfilling employment can be difficult to come by. Lingering negative economic factors have shrunk our population - and thus our workforce - with the knock-on effect of fewer businesses…


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Rising Stars 2014: Kimberley Moore

Twenty-five-year-old Kimberley Moore is sales and marketing coordinator at BF&M insurance, and has had a rewarding journey growing with the company over the past seven years. "I started at BF&M in 2007 right out of high school as I could…


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Rising Stars 2014: Caroline Berlo

If anyone has ever told you that auditing is a boring field, they've clearly never met 22-year-old Caroline Berlo, enthusiastic staff accountant at Ernst & Young. "Auditing is actually a respected and extremely social career," she says, dispelling a common…


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Rising Stars 2014: Aleasha Pearman

The People's Pharmacy is one of Bermuda's most patronised retail businesses, thanks in part to the dedication and hard work of employees like 28-year-old Aleasha Pearman. Having climbed the ladder from cashier all the way to senior accounts assistant, she's…

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Rising Stars 2014: Carlita Lodge

"I want both my personal and my professional life to help shape the future of Bermuda," says 26-year-old Carlita Lodge, civic-minded marketing and communications manager at the Fairmont Southampton hotel. Promoting the public image of one of Bermuda's most iconic…