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‘WHOOO’ switched owl’s Cup Match colours?

Photos: A Cup Match-loving owl mascot on Harbour road, usually dressed in loyal West End colours, was the victim of an overnight East End prank on Wednesday.

New partnership sees convict bathhouses restored

The old bridge across to Hospital Island in Sandys has been resurrected and the island's crumbling convict bathhouse has been restored to its former state.

Tributes pour in from the arts community

Bermuda's artists, musicians and performers line up to praise the work of the newspaper, calling it "a champion for the arts and community building".

Bermuda Sun to close after 50 years

Randy French, Publisher of the Bermuda Sun, revealed on Friday the "painful and difficult" news that the newspaper, 50 years old this year, is to close.

Art with a meaningful purpose

WindReach and Action on Alzheimer's and Dementia have partnered for art classes, laughing therapy and animal interaction for seniors with dementia.
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Butterfield names 2014 Scholarship winners

The Bank of Butterfield on Tuesday announced that its Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarships have been awarded to Victoria Clarke and Marlena Tucker, respectively.

Reef invaders routed at lionfish tournament

A diverse crowd packed out the dock at BIOS on Saturday for the Groundswell Lionfish Tournament 2014, stripping the reefs of 72 of the predator fish.

Parish Council connects with community at Pembroke Fun Day

Dozens of residents from the Pembroke area attended the Community Fun Day sponsored by the Pembroke Parish on Saturday.

CableVision awards students for community work

Bermuda CableVision on Thursday awarded seven high school students with its Community Service Award in recognition of the hours of community service they have completed.

Gina Spence's Garment Workshop & Fashion Show

Gina Spence Productions In Christ will present a showcase of local and overseas handmade garments for men, women and children at St. John's Pembroke Sunday School.
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Junior leaders complete Regiment camp

A total of 45 Bermuda Regiment Junior Leaders completed their two week annual training camp this weekend.

PHOTOS: Pair 'pledge tharrr hearties' at pirate wedding

Passing seafarers slowed to catch a glance at the celebrations on Saturday as Lori Robinson and Dan Guerrard made their vows in a pirate-themed wedding at Spanish Point.

Canadian Hotel gets a Gombey facelift

A stretch of Reid Street is getting a facelift on Saturday as volunteers are painting a Gombey-inspired mural in front of the old Canadian Hotel property.

International Sea Cadets visit Bermuda

The Bermuda Sea Cadet Corps is once again hosting its annual International Exchange programme with cadets and officers from the UK, Canada and the United States.

Aon's hitting cancer for six (update)

Aon hosted a charity cricket match on Thursday at Devonshire Recreation Club.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...

JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.

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