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Mr. George Fergusson – Gentleman, Diplomat and the 88th Governor of Bermuda

His Excellency, the Hon. George Duncan Raukawa Fergusson was sworn in as the governor of Bermuda and commander-in-chief of the Bermuda Regiment in a ceremony on the grounds of the Cabinet Office on May 23.   Shortly before taking up the post, in the early evening of Friday, April 20, Fergusson was attacked in broad daylight in Margravine Cemetery and Park, in Hammersmith, West London, as he was en route to meet his wife at a dinner party. He lost the sight in his left eye in the attack and also suffered facial injuries: he under...

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Two Heads Are Better Than One

Martha Dismont and John Layfield take bermudas toughest problems head on. Martha Dismont founded the Family Centre (then named the Learning Centre of Bermuda) in 1990 to support students who were struggling academically and socially. As a tea...

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Banking on Bermuda

New HSBC Bermuda CEO Richard Moseley on business in Bermuda, our economy and the bumpy road ahead. Richard Moseley became chief executive officer of HSBC Bank Bermuda Limited on May 10, succeeding Philip Butterfield. Moseley joined HSBC Bermu...

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A True Champion

By the age of 16, he was playing first-division soccer for the North Village Club, Bermuda. By the age of 18, he made his first appearance on the Bermuda national team, and by the age of 20, he signed his first professional contract with the ...

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Meet the Bermudians: Writer, Liz Jones

Name: Elizabeth (Liz) Jones Position: Freelance columnist and writer Year started: 1998 (I think!) What was your first job for The Bermudian? I wrote an article on the history of transportation in Bermuda Last thought before you get to work in...

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Roundtable: Educating Bermuda

The success of Bermuda’s public-education system is vital if we are to prepare our young people to play a meaningful role in our island’s future. The Blueprint for Reform in Education is the public system’s strategic plan covering the y...