MIDWEEK

TOURISM / CEO’S CORNER

Tourism investment will create new jobs

CEO of the Bermuda Tourism Authority Bill Hanbury explains the role of the Authority's new Investment Division.

‘I’d rather be right than first’ says reporter of new venture

Reporter Ayo Johnson is poised to launch an online news site, Think Media, in the coming weeks.

Why don’t you hug a hero today?

Christopher Famous pays tribute to some of his Bermudian heroes, including Mr Calvin Harris, Mrs Naomi Harris, Mr and Mrs Ambrose Hill and Mr Herbert 'Chico' Francis.

Watch it: Sex, dragons, blood and gore!

Mikaela Ian Pearman: Blood, gore, games, sex and dragons will be coming back to your TV on Sunday nights and boy, am I excited. Game of Thrones season four premieres on Sunday.

Celeb watch: Would YOU Tweet your son’s distress?

Mikaela Ian Pearman: Brandi Glanville got herself into hot water on Twitter over the weekend and it was so unnecessary.
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Celeb Watch: Rihanna to be X Factor judge?

Mikaela Ian Pearman: According to various UK newspapers, Simon Cowell is trying to convince Rihanna to be a judge on the upcoming season of The X Factor.

Briefing: Anguish lingers for loved ones

Malaysia's prime minister has announced that missing flight MH370 crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, but the passengers' loved ones want more answers.

TOURISM / CEO’S CORNER

National Tourism Plan is our guide

The National Tourism Plan is core to setting the priorities of the BTA. It will be reviewed continually and modified to meet changing circumstances.

6.0 MINUTES / A COLUMNIST’S JOURNEY

We want to hear the real voices of Bermuda

Christopher Famous: Irrespective of any of our political affiliations, we must strive to listen to others and learn all that we can learn from them.

Briefing: Missing plane - relatives are angry

Relatives of the Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight threatened a hunger strike if the Malaysian authorities fail to provide more accurate information.
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Celeb watch: Can Kim K top this extravaganza?

Mikaela Ian Pearman: Brace yourself because another Kardashian wedding will be coming to a TV near you very soon.

Lots of us are now viewing TV through the world wide web

Christopher Famous: Recently many Bermudians have begun installing Internet television. Whether it be Apple TV, Roku or some similar device, it seems the days of CableVision boxes are becoming limited.

Briefing: Venezuela in midst of ‘alarming’ crisis

Venezuela demonstrators continue to protest against what they feel is an inept government that is not serving its own people.

TOURISM / CEO’S CORNER

Our 8-point plan for reviving the tourism industry

Tourism Authority: The National Tourism Plan is core to setting the priorities of the BTA. It will be reviewed continually and modified to meet changing circumstances.

How I embraced the past, present and the future

Christopher Famous: Last Wednesday, I had an unexpected dream come true. I walked into The Spot restaurant and caught sight of the legendary labour and political leader, Mr Ottiwell Simmons.
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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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