This week THE BREAKDOWN covers: *INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS WEEK – it’s the main pillar of Bermuda’s economy, but what’s being done to entice the next wave of leaders? *ECO TOURISM – few see Bermuda as a nature destination, but could plans for the Railway Trail help to change that?

Bermuda’s Butterfield reflects on his incredible career

Nightly sports roundup… Bermuda’s Olympian Tyler Butterfield and Britain’s Tim Don sat down with at the National Sports Centre to talk about the Sport and their Careers. Britain’s 3 x Olympian, 4 x ITU World Champion and Ironman Don is on the island with Butterfield as a special guest at this year’s first World …


This week on The Breakdown: *STATE OF THE ECONOMY – hours before the Budget, we look at the data to see what’s working and what’s not *ENTREPRENEURIAL WOES – a small business owner tells us what’s keeping him up at night *BERMUDA… WHERE? – How social media could boost Bermuda’s brand

Jamaican drug smuggler imprisoned for nearly two decades

A Jamaican National convicted of importing over $700,000 worth of heroin is sentenced to 18 years behind bars. Justice Carlise Greaves delivered the sentence this morning in the Supreme Court sending a strong message that potential or actual importers of illegal drugs would be penalised severely. A jury unanimously found the 38 year old father …

Chief Justice deals blow to Government ATV approval

The Public Works Minister’s decision to allow an ATV tour company to operate in the West End has been quashed by The Chief Justice of Bermuda. Chief Justice Narinder Hargun, in a written judgment said Public Works Minister Colonel David Burch,” assumed that planning permission was not required” in granting the approval for this ATV proposal …