ENVIRONMENT

Concerns raised about ‘over-commercialized’ beach

Tobacco Bay's new array of beach activities has proved not to be everyone's cup of tea.

Residents protest removal of French oaks

A group of environmental activists and north Hamilton residents are protesting the planed removal of a handful of 50-year-old French oaks that line the center of Ewing Street.

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.

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Shifting shale: Looking at energy market dynamics

Shale exploration and production companies are already a diverse group and could therefore theoretically present a considerable credit exposure for banks and credit insurers supporting them.

Pollution: is dilution the solution?

There appears to be no consensus about the best way to prevent so-called sewage balls from washing up on south shore beaches.
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‘Yuck! It stinks around here!

A stench emanating from the sewage treatment plant at the Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute is upsetting residents in the Devon Springs Road area.

Could drones invade your privacy?

Facebook erupted with concerns about privacy after Aerial Visual Solutions got the green light to operate a drone in Bermuda air space.

Reef Watch survey reveals lack of marine predators

While Bermuda's coral reefs are relatively healthy, there are concerns about a lack of fish such as grouper and snapper, accord to results from the recent Reef Watch initiative.

Firm apologizes for ‘inconvenience’

In a letter sent out to residents on Wednesday Sinky Bay Properties Limited apologized for the inconvenience caused by the work.

Can Bermuda be a world leader? (Update)

Pioneering Indian entrepreneur Chetan Maini will be in Bermuda to launch the new e2o electric car next week. He says Bermuda is the ideal island to market the vehicle.
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Exclusive: Alarm over sand grab

Residents were shocked to wake up on Saturday and find heavy construction machinery digging up and removing sand from Cross Bay beach.

Bridging gaps for tourists and locals alike

The first bridges that will form part of a new stretch of Railway Trail were carefully dropped in place this week.

Fire damages Paget home

Firefighters responded to a report of a structural fire in a two-story house on Valley Road, Paget on Tuesday.

Want to help combat the lionfish?

The annual Groundswell Lionfish Tournament invites anyone with a lionfish permit to compete, and organisers are looking for more people to sign up.

BELCO: Par-la-Ville substation to be completed this week

BELCO on Tuesday said that a new transformer, which was installed in the Par-la-Ville Substation on Sunday, will be fully commissioned by the end of this week.
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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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