· October, 2008

Stories about Bermuda from October, 2008

Bermuda: Gambling with the Future?

  29 October 2008

As the government considers introducing internet gaming to the island, both FreshieBlog and Vexed Bermoothes think that it is a bad idea, saying that it “could taint Bermuda’s reputation as a serious business jurisdiction.”

Bermuda: Local Sport

  22 October 2008

Blogging from Bermuda, Vexed Bermoothes says that when it comes to developing sport and upgrading athletic facilities, the key is to “think local”.

Bermuda: Hidden Agenda?

  8 October 2008

Vexed Bermoothes suspects that the reason Bermuda was involved in last year's World Tourism Summit “was that the event was just a ploy to make sure the Premier was distant and unavailable as the Privy Council met to debate Government’s failed gag order on the ‘Son of the Soil’ papers.”

Bermuda: The Gift of Nature

  7 October 2008

Vexed Bermoothes says a heartfelt “thank you” to the Vesey family, who has donated seven and a half acres of land for a new biodiversity Nature Reserve with public walking trails: “That is a remarkable gift to the future generations of Bermuda!”

Bermuda: Party or Government?

  1 October 2008

As a major announcement to the public is made from the governing party's website rather than “through official channels”, Vexed Bermoothes says: “In most democratic countries, strict separations between Party and Government exist as a control to ensure that Public power is not applied to Political ends. Blurring those lines...