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Scott Tucker: The New Urban Farmer

After the worst of Hurricane Joaquin had passed by early this autumn, one Bermudian farmer returned to his crops to inspect the damage. Despite winds still whipping the island at upwards of 30 knots, a neatly arranged cornucopia of pea shoots, arugula, basil, shiitake mushrooms, and others remained unharmed, save for a little wilting. But this wasn’t divine coincidence. Unlike most of Bermuda’s farmers, Scott Tucker had little to worry about. The BermyFresh farm, founded, owned and operated by Tucker,…


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On the Right Path

While Bermuda has traditionally followed the “medical model” (a pragmatic and culturally conditioned response to health and wellbeing) in addressing addiction on a national scale, largely unchanged rates of so-called success over the past several decades have necessitated a more…


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Helping Women Help Themselves

Of the consequences from the economic wildfire that has raged across Bermuda since 2008, non-profit programmes and local charities are among those that have been burned the worst. Limited public and private funding has petrified outreach work at a time…


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Venetia Furbert

As an underwriting graduate trainee with a professional background in claims, 26-year-old ACE employee Venetia Furbert knows the importance of understanding her company from every angle. “I would encourage anyone embarking on a career in insurance to look beyond their…


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Nia Sticca

“As a Bermudian, I'm proud of what our country has to offer visitors.” This being the hospitality-driven attitude of 30-year-old Hamilton Princess & Beach Club leisure sales coordinator Nia Sticca, it's no wonder that she loves her job and succeeds…

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Dean Jones

As payments manager in the operations department of Butterfield Bank, Dean Jones knows a thing or two about the daily challenges that a life in finance can entail. Having joined the bank's management trainee programme upon completing university, his ascent…