ENVIRONMENT

PLP encourages support of Energy White Paper

Shadow Environment Minister Glenn Blakeney says that Bermudians should support the full implementation of the PLP's Bermuda Energy White Paper to mark World Environment Day.

Sun exclusive: Dockyard's spectacular makeover plans

Dockyard's Victualling Yard could be transformed into an all weather entertainment venue with a condo hotel.

Cameras keep an eye on Dockyard 24/7

Dockyard's new network of CCTV cameras is now up and running. A total of 28 cameras have been installed around Dockyard in a bid to boost security in the West End.

Battle over Pink Beach

The Hidden Cove Board has lodged a last ditch objection against plans to redevelop the Pink Beach Club.

Audubon donates 50 homes for cahows

Fifty new homes are ready and waiting for our endangered national bird, the cahow. The artificial nest boxes were donated by the Bermuda Audubon Society.
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BIOS and Dalhousie partner to help graduate students

Dalhousie University and BIOS are launching a joint initiative that provides a new experiential learning program for students in oceanography.

A piece of history rescued from the brink of collapse and ruin

A 17th century farmhouse was crumbling and due to be bulldozed when a group of conservationists came to the rescue.

Exclusive: One of island’s oldest homes is saved

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of one of the oldest Bermuda homes believed to be in existence, near the Southampton Fairmont.

Watch cahows live online with CahowCams

Nonsuch Island Nature Reserve now has its own website, nonsuchisland.com, where you can watch a live video feed of cahows.

Greenrock expands Eco-School Programme

Vice Chair for the Foundation for Environmental Education Lourdes Diaz is visiting Bermuda to help with Greenrock's Eco-School Programme, the charity announced on Tuesday.
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The first peek inside Victoria Place

Construction on the Victoria Place homes in Dockyard has now been completed and new homeowners are expected to move in soon.

New Dockyard playground will open in June

A giant eel and a replica of the St David's lighthouse form the centrepiece of a new playground in Dockyard, expected to open in June.

Princess Street parking justice

Princess Street resident Lisa Swan has taken matters into her own hands to prevent Hamilton workers from parking in residential spots outside of her home.

Licence to kill loose poultry

A warning to the feral chickens of the island: Terry Lister is coming for you. The independent MP would like to see more people licensed to shoot and trap the loose poultry.

Results from 11 beaches show the water’s fine

The latest raft of seawater test results, which were taken on Tuesday from 11 beaches across the island, are all well within the safety standards for swimming.
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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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