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Unbridled Photographer

Lisa Cueman’s equine photography offers a close, intimate, less conventional way of seeing the horse. In the detail of the swish of a tail, the arch of a back, flanks in mid leap or a blinking eye, we see the horse in a new light. Her photographs evoke the grace of the animal and remind us of humans’ long fascination with horses. Quoting Winston Churchill, Cueman says, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for…


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From Bettering to Bridging

Tucker Murphys ambitious plans for improving our precious linear parks the Bermuda railway trail. Recently, positive comments from our hiking, biking and running friends about improvements to the western section of the Bermuda Railway Trail peaked our interest. To gain…


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Tim Hasselbring

By: Dr. Ian Walker, Principal Curator, BAMZ It is with great sadness that I announce the death of Tim Hasselbring, who captained the Bermuda Zoological Society’s Endurance. Captain Tim joined the BZS/BAMZ family in 2008 when he was hired to…


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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…


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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 teacher, school counsellor…

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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 Bermuda on December…