From the Royal Gazette:

The Bermuda Police Service paid $19,000 to fly a pedestrian overseas for treatment after she was hurt in a crash with a police motorcycle, it was revealed last night. Stephen Corbishley, the Commissioner of Police, said the decision was based on the 36-year-old American tourist’s “insurance position and urgent medical need”.

Full story HERE

Posted On Thursday, 20 June 2019 12:15

From Rock Nation:

The smile that greets you in the morning!

In May of this year, young entrepreneur, Treshonnae Carlington became part owner of a small Café in the city of Hamilton. The Mocha Café, which is located at the corner of Church and Burnaby Streets is perfectly situated and primed to become a popular stop for a bite to eat.

Conveniently located on the ground floor of the Thistle House on Burnaby Street, the Mocha Café offers a wide variety of sandwiches, wraps and salads, plus an assortment of freshly baked items. For the more health conscious customer, Mocha Café also offers vegan and gluten free menu items.

Carlington said that the perfect blend of talent and cooperation between herself and business partners, Tyesha and Stefano Barioni, inspired the trio to open the eatery just over 3 weeks ago. So, when you visit the city of Hamilton and you need a good breakfast or just a cozy spot for lunch, visit Mocha Cafe . Business hours are Monday-Friday, 7am - 4pm. Closed on Weekends.

You can also follow Mocha Cafe on Facebook and Instagram.

Click HERE for Facebook link.

Posted On Thursday, 20 June 2019 10:04

From the Royal Gazette:

(Photo By RG)

Anthony Richardson, a Progressive Labour Party senator, has been sworn in as the Junior Minister for Home Affairs and the Cabinet Office.The ceremony was held at Government House on Friday, according to a statement issued this evening.

Mr Richardson, who ran for the PLP in the 2017 General Election as a candidate for Hamilton South, has served in the Senate since September 2017.

Full story HERE

Posted On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 01:02

From CBS News:

President Trump tweeted Monday night that Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin removing "millions" of undocumented immigrants. Mr. Trump insisted Tuesday the immigration roundup would begin next week, targeting people who have open deportation orders. "When people come into our country and they come in illegally, they have to go out," he said.

The president has been pushing immigration officials to take a harder line and recently appointed Mark Morgan to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The news shocked immigration advocates and public officials like Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, who famously warned residents of a pending ICE raid last year. "This president continues to fear monger, he continues to spread racist lies," she said. While most crossing illegally into the United States recently won't be affected, those that help them say the threat of a tougher tone is meant to scare and deter. Last month alone, almost 145,000 migrants crossed into the U.S. from Mexico and most asked for political asylum.

Full story HERE

Posted On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 00:52

From CBS News:

President Trump is officially launching his 2020 reelection campaign on Tuesday night in Orlando, Florida -- one of the swing states that fueled his poll-defying victory in 2016. The rally in Central Florida follows the abrupt ouster of several pollsters in Mr. Trump's campaign after poll numbers showing him trailing former Vice President Joe Biden, the early Democratic front-runner, in several key states were leaked to the press. The president is also facing increased scrutiny in Washington, where his administration has been embroiled in a months-long showdown with Democratic lawmakers over his decision to withhold documents and block testimony requested by committees led by House Democrats, who are split on whether to launch an impeachment inquiry.

Before departing for the rally -- where he is also likely to tout his hard-line immigration agenda -- the president vowed to deport "millions" of undocumented immigrants.

Full story HERE

Posted On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 00:37
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