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Cup Match couple make romantic return to the island

A US couple that tied the knot during last year's Cup Match festivities have returned to the island to mark their first anniversary.

CURB: Sign is divisive but also a chance to understand

CURB has been concerned at the focus placed on the lady who held up a sign at Friday's protest march stating "White Mental illness is Killing African Bermudians".

Road victim’s parents pay tribute

'I am just thankful that he died in a bike accident and not by a bullet.' This poignant statement comes from the mother of road fatality victim Gladwin Smith.

PLP congratulates Bermuda College on 40 years

Shadow Education Minister Lovitta Foggo: I would like to congratulate the Bermuda College for its 40 years of service to this community.

Bermudian's 'humbling' trip to where brother died in WWII

Bermudian Francis Vallis made an emotional trip to the exact spot where his brother was killed in the Second World War. Story and photos in Friday's Bermuda Sun.
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Marcus Samuelsson: ‘I will put Bermuda on the map’

Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson on Friday said he will "put Bermuda on the map" globally, and hopefully more jobs will be created for Bermudians along the way.

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.

No looking back as Miss Bermuda takes victory in her stride

Walking tall: Lillian Lightbourn's beauty and personality paved the way to her being crowned Miss Bermuda on Sunday.

Human Rights body warns against 'hateful' rows over status

The Human Rights Commission on Thursday said that they are concerned about the anger displayed in the debate over whether PRC holders should be granted Bermudian status.

New fish fry concession for Government House waterfront

A mobile fish fry concession, operated by Bertram Fraser, will be located at the far eastern end of the Government House Waterfront area.
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When single moms face jail

Facing prison time for debts is a story that has become familiar to dozens of Bermudians in recent years.

The Plough helps St George’s celebrate ‘never-die spirit’

The Town of St. George's is celebrating its 402nd birthday on Friday July 11, from 6-10pm with "PLOUGH - A Summer's Evening in the Olde Towne".

Arlene Brock named Fulbright Scholar

Former Bermuda Ombudsman Arlene Brock has been selected for a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship by the U.S.-U.K. Fulbright Commission.

City building ‘shook’ and was evacuated — twice (Update 2)

Mystery to the cause of some form of tremor felt at Global House, which has resulted in the Church Street building being evacuated twice this morning, has been solved.

Families pay tribute to air disaster victims

The families of those killed in one of Bermuda's worst air disasters have marked the 50th anniversary of the tragedy on the island.
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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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