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Radio News: May 7, 2019

Western Union reopens its doors in Hamilton, updates and reports on vaccination in Bermuda, King Edward Memorial Hospital strengthens its partnership with John Hopkins. Jasmine Paterson has the news. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp Share on google

Caines gets nod for top post at Corporation of Hamilton

Dwayne Caines has been announced as the next Secretary and Chief Operating Officer for the Corporation of Hamilton. Mr Caines, who is currently the Public and media relations manager for the Police Service, will assume the role in May. Former C.O.O. Ed Benevides retired from the post recently. Hamilton Mayor Charles Gosling, in a written …

Opposition Leader warns of job cuts over increased liquor licence fees

Opposition Leader Craig Cannonier has warned the Government that jobs could be lost due to increases in liquor license fees for businesses. The bill was passed in the House of Assembly on Friday and if passed, will affect bars, restaurants and other establishments that serve alcohol. Restaurants, bars and other businesses are set to pay …

Group marches on Government House over seized medical files

Around 60 people gathered Friday at Government House to peacefully call upon the Governor to order the Police to return patient files seized in an investigation into former Premier Ewart Brown. Many in the group wielded large signs stating “we want our files back”, with some elderly members of the group, themselves affected patients, struggling …

Jury convicts man on child porn possession

A man accused of accessing thousands of media files of child sexual exploitation has been found guilty on all seven counts. The jury delivered a unanimous verdict this afternoon against 30 year old Daniel Rocha of Devonshire. Daniel Rocha, 30, has been found guilty of seven counts of accessing digital child exploitation material. The jury …