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Southlands park delay fears

Amendments to change Southlands into a park are set to be tabled in the upcoming session of Parliament, according to the Government. While environmentalists have welcomed the long-sought change, they said that a lack of maintenance at the property over […]

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Great Sound turtles ‘moving home’ for Cup

Sea turtles are being temporarily relocated from the Great Sound to keep them out of harm’s way during the America’s Cup. They will be homed in a purpose-built ocean enclosure near the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo in an operation […]

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Memoirs a fond look back at island life

Renowned conservationist Stuart Hayward has taken a stroll down memory lane to share a collection of comic capers and treasured traditions from his childhood. My Bermuda: Memoirs of an Island Boy is a collation of more than 100 columns Mr […]

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11th Hour Racing – Eat Lionfish Chefs’ Throwdown!

11th Hour Racing is developing a project to raise awareness about the global issue of invasive species. With Bermuda hosting the 35th America’s Cup, we are focused on lionfish. Why lionfish? They are wreaking havoc on reefs in Bermuda and […]

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Trump climate change policy concerns BEST

Environmental group BEST has expressed serious concern over President Donald Trump’s decision to roll back Obama rules aimed at curbing climate change. Stuart Hayward, president of the Bermuda Environmental and Sustainability Taskforce, said his feelings ranged from trepidation to mild […]

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Southlands: a national resource or a national disgrace?

After saying for years that I must go to Southlands, I finally went. I was pretty excited. I’m not very good, but I like to take pictures and was hopeful that Southlands would provide some interesting material. It did. But […]

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Greenrock, BEST rule out merger

Environmental organisations Greenrock and BEST have concluded that a formal merger of the two entities is not necessary to advance their goals. The two organisations have been in talks facilitated by the Centre on Philanthropy’s Collaboration Initiative which aims to […]

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Eight steps to a healthier and more sustainable Bermuda

Did you ever get the feeling that Bermuda has outgrown its skin? For a tiny island, it seems we have adopted many of the practices common in a larger country such as the United States. We drive large SUVs to […]

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Earth Hour Bermuda 2017 5K Glow Fun Walk & Run

On Saturday, March 25th the entire world will recognize Earth Hour and at 8:30 pm that night we encourage everyone to turn off all unnecessary lights in support of our local campaign.  Earth Hour reminds us that we need to […]

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