Delray Rawlins fell for a second first-ball duck for the second straight day as Sussex Sharks beat Middlesex by 31 runs in a Vitality Blast T20 match at the 1st Central County Ground in Hove yesterday. The victory secures a quarter-final match-up away to Durham on Friday. Rawlins, who was dismissed first ball on Thursday against. ..
This weeks article is part of the Bermuda Realistic Retirement Reviewer series, which is featured on the third Saturday of each month. A reader from Bermuda writes Gettin ready to retire from my job. Have some money saved hope it lasts! Ive also got some pension money with one of the local pension providers. I understand. ..
Cleveland County have made two changes to the team who shocked Baileys Bay in the first round of the Eastern Counties Cup last month, strengthening their batting with the surprise inclusion of coach Curtis Jackson. All-rounder Jabari Darrell has been named as a colt for the second-round clash against Flatts Victoria at Sea Breeze Oval. ..
Laura Robinson is eager to get to the Cayman Islands as part of a very solid Bermuda squash team for the Pan American Games qualifiers, which begin a week tomorrow. Robinson, the 2012 national champion, is joined by Emma Keane who, like Robinson, is a former Caribbean Junior champion and Alex Furtado, who has recently returned to. ..
The Jamaican Association has distanced itself from comments made by a former president who claimed the Premiers calls to put Bermudians first were an insult to immigrants to the island. Orville Campbell said David Burt should acknowledge the great injustice suffered by Jamaicans who helped to build the country he leads. But. ..
Argo Group US Inc and its subsidiaries have had their outlook revised to positive from stable by SampP Global Ratings. The companies are part of Bermudian-based Argo Group Holdings Ltd. SampP Global Ratings affirmed its BBB- long-term issuer credit rating on Argo Group US and its A- long-term financial strength and issuer. ..
Channing Dill always dreamt of becoming a fashion designer, and even started her own line Native By Channing Elizabeth. Still, for a long time, she didnt put her work out there. It was too hard to imagine people buying any of it. I would make things and be excited about it, and think, this is my line, she said. But the idea. ..
Week two of Natural Kids and this time weve got CrossFit Kids going on in the background. Derek Hurdle is putting 25 children through their paces with Moby playing along. There are cues in the song for different exercises. Its a little bit like a drinking game, just nowhere near as fun haha sorry Derek! Actually, the children are. ..
Bermudian-based Legal amp General Reinsurance is taking an active role in helping young Bermudians learn about and potentially establish a career in the insurance sector. It is doing so through a combination of scholarship, internship and graduate recruitment opportunities. Thomas Olunloyo, chief executive officer, knows from. ..
Better contacts between industry and the Government will mimprove opportunities for the islands workforce, the Upper House was told yesterday. Jason Hayward, a Progressive Labour Party senator, said that the engagement of employers and industry was fundamental to building a skilled and qualified pipeline for Bermudas workforce.
Writer ‘not representative’ of Jamaican Association
But Roxanne Christopher, president of Bermuda’s Jamaican Association, said Mr Campbell’s comments were not representative of the organisation. She explained that people from all over the West Indies h...
Hastings filed suit Monday in King County, Washington, against Unikrn, a Bermuda-registered subsidiary of the company and its founders, former Microsoft Ventures general manager Rahul Sood and Karl Fl...
Glorifying in the whip hand when whips should be in our past
I always get a bit bemused when I hear black leaders and politicians, in particular, who defend or proclaim the Westminster system — and I have heard one former United Bermuda Party minister and two P...
Hurricane peak season: Tropics roared in ‘17; winds calmer now… so far
A muscle-bound Bermuda High — a clockwise spin of winds that shifts toward Bermuda in the summer and the Azores in the winter — has strengthened trade winds in areas of the eastern tropical Atlantic. ...
Antigua and Barbuda edges St. Kitts in nail-biting opener
In the other matches played that night, defending champions, St. Lucia made light work of Bermuda in Group A winning in straight sets, 25-9, 25-13, 25-9, while Dutch St. Maarten fell to Grenada, 3-1 ( ...
Steven Bremar has been awarded the Bermuda Friendly Societies Association’s 15th annual Cup Match Sportsmanship Award for his deportment on his debut for Somerset. Bremar, 29, got the vote from Emmers...
Q: I have this black funguslike growth in my bermuda lawn. I’ve replanted the entire lawn, but it keeps coming back. As I walk through the grass it turns my shoes black. What can I do? A: That’s bermu...
CGI Instagram Influencers: 3 Strategies Marketers Can Learn From Lil Miquela
She’s also active on Twitter and Tumblr, plus she has two singles on Spotify. She has a CGI Instagram influencer rival, Bermuda. Named after the Bermuda Triangle, Bermuda was born on the Instagram abo...
A prime example is the following message: “Cup Match is an event which marks the day that Bermuda was discovered by Admiral Sir George Somers in 1609. It also marks Emancipation Day” — One Bermuda All...
He is likely wearing a t-shirt with either blue jeans or Bermuda shorts and dark grey Sketcher tennis shoes. If you have any information on Mr. Neugent's whereabouts, you are urged to call the Henders...
Trinidad and Tobago chief justice loses Privy Council appeal
By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor email@example.com LONDON, England — Trinidad and Tobago chief justice, Ivor Archie, has lost his appeal to the Privy Council in London seeking to terminate the investigation into his conduct by the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT). The Privy Council on Thursday unanimously dismissed the chief […]
Editorial: The dirty war on the free press must end
Many of our readers will have noted the recent editorial-writing initiative by The Boston Globe that as of Wednesday morning had enlisted nearly 350 news organisations proposing a coordinated response under the theme “The dirty war on the free press must end” to President Donald Trump’s escalating “enemy of the people” rhetoric. “We propose to […]
Heavy rainfall expected over Lesser Antilles on Friday and Saturday
By Caribbean News Now contributor MIAMI, USA — A large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms located about 700 miles east-southeast of the Windward Islands is associated with a tropical wave, which is likely to bring locally heavy rainfall to portions of the Lesser Antilles on Friday and Saturday. According to the National Hurricane Center […]
When salt water intrusion is not just a threat but a reality for Guyanese farmers
By Jewel Fraser GEORGETOWN, Guyana (IPS) – Mikesh Ram would watch his rice crops begin to rot during the dry season in Guyana, because salt water from the nearby Atlantic Ocean was displacing freshwater from the Mahaica River he and other farmers used to flood their rice paddies. The intrusion of salt water into the […]
BVI government prepares submission to UK Parliamentary Committee on the future of overseas territories
ROAD TOWN, BVI — British Virgin Islands premier, Dr Orlando Smith, has announced that his government is preparing its submission to the UK Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Select Committee Inquiry on the future of the UK’s Overseas Territories (OTs). Announced on July 20, the inquiry will consider the resilience of the OTs, how effectively the FCO […]