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The Tourism Technocrat

Bermuda Tourism Authority CEO Bill Hanbury sits down with The Bermudian to discuss his vision for the future of Bermuda tourism.  It will come as no surprise to hear that Bermudians are cynical about tourism these days. The public is still reeling from the effects of short-term spending over long-term investment, and the distrust fostered over those years is reflected in the latest numbers charting Bermuda’s confidence in the success of the Tourism Authority, as published in a recent survey…


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Farewell to a Legend: Teddy Tucker 1925-2014

We at The Bermudian are saddened by the passing of Teddy Tucker. His adventures, conquests and contributions to Bermuda were covered frequently in our pages. He will be missed but always remembered. To quote James Ziral wrote of him in…


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Andrew Stevenson, “Bermuda’s Whale Man”

Eight seasons ago he didn't know what kind of whales migrated past Bermuda. After completing his one-hour documentary "Where the Whales Sing" and an illustrated coffee table book published in the UK and USA, he has now spent more time…


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Edna Watson Earns Her Place in History

As the heroine of a flying boat crash, a history-making parliamentarian and a social reformer, Edna Watson received many plaudits during her lifetime. So it was fitting that on July 19, 2013, nearly 40 years after her death, she received…


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Committed to College, Committed to Kids

Robin O'Neil and her partner, Lisa Symonds, decided, in the summer of 2007, that there needed to be a better way to connect students, parents and schools in Bermuda to colleges. O'Neil founded Passports to College in Maryland in 2005,…

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Tracy Howes

Tracy Howes got her lucky break at just 19 when Brenda Samuels at IFA (now Bank of New York) took a chance on her and offered the young woman her first position as a team assistant. Now 31, Howes has…