‘Hot, but no major trouble’ | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News


Bermuda’s soldiers were on high alert over the Cup Match holiday – on shore and out on the water.Troops attached to the Coast Guard joined forces with police to carry out patrols around the island, including the traditional raft-up at Mangrove Bay, the former site of the Non-Mariners Race.Royal Bermuda Regiment soldier Private Keeshun Best, 27, said today: “It’s been great. Hot, but no major trouble to speak of.”He added that people out in boats appreciated the patrols and the sense
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Ming leaves immigration board | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

A new head of the immigration board is to be appointed after its chairwoman became a member of the Cabinet.Renée Ming, the Progressive Labour Party MP for St George’s North and board chairwoman, took over as Minister of National Security last month after the forced resignation of Wayne Caines.A spokesman […]