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Bryan Darby: My thanks on behalf of the local media flock for all you have achieved in the past 15 years.
Nigel Regan: I loved working in Bermuda and I loved the Bermuda Sun and even though a few days have gone by since the terrible announcement, I'm struggling to accept it's true.
Lisa Beauchamp: My extraordinary 20-year journey with the Bermuda Sun sadly came to an end on Friday, July 25th. Losing a job is hard to handle, but the loss to me is harder as I am losing my family.
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Gavin Shorto: The birth of the Sun was seen at the time as a great thing for freedom of speech in Bermuda.
Gary Moreno: When I saw the e-mail that the Bermuda Sun will cease publication as of today, I was at first angry. Angry that such a powerful and unbiased voice that often told the stories that would perhaps otherwise have gone un-heard, was being silenced.
Patricia Burchall: Despite being competitors, there is often a deep respect for each other in this industry, and the Sun commanded the respect of many within the media, including myself.
Randy French: I am exceedingly proud of what the Bermuda Sun has achieved in Bermuda, both from the time I joined in 1982 and before then from the time it was started in 1964.
Emma Farge: Devastated to hear about the closure of my first paper, the Bermuda Sun, where I cut my teeth as a cub reporter ten years ago.
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Amanda Dale: I just wanted to express my sadness at the closure of the Bermuda Sun, and to wish everyone the best for the future.
Gill Outerbridge: I had many happy years with the paper, short time, part time and contributor.
Coggie Gibbons: Especially on major and more critical stories, I have always looked to the Sun for that moderating balance not necessarily available elsewhere in the sometimes raucous chatter that constitutes news.
Daniella Jade Lowe: The Bermuda Sun has a wonderful team of people.
Bob Stewart: I wish everyone there the best of luck for the future, and wish to say thanks for allowing me to write an occasional column for you.
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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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