· November, 2009

Stories about Bermuda from November, 2009

Bermuda: Public Transport

  23 November 2009

In the wake of the shutdown of several transportation routes in Bermuda, BeachLime.com wonders “what exactly Government sees its public transportation role as.”

Bermuda: Sitting on the Dock of the Bay

  19 November 2009

“Next time you go up to Dockyard, lie down on that big ole dock and give it a hug”: According to Vexed Bermoothes, “At its $60 million pricetag, it cost every single Bermudian about $1,250 in long term debt. You better kiss that dock ‘cuz it owns a piece of...

Bermuda: Young Black Males

  10 November 2009

“The 200+ long report on the plight of Bermuda's young black males is a damning indictment of a school system that leaves 50% of BBM's ‘on the wall'”: Wishful Thinking says that the report in question should be used “a guide to making a change for the betterment of all...

Bermuda: Key Reports

  4 November 2009

As two critical reports are released in Bermuda, Wishful Thinking says: “Both key reports…will dictate much of the policy as Bermuda moves forward…the important thing is that these reports are actually acted upon.”

Bermuda: The Sound of Music

  4 November 2009

Vexed Bermoothes is of the opinion that the Bermuda Music Festival “exemplifies the political tinkering, self-interest, and distraction that has left Bermuda’s tourism sector as a ruined economic basket-case.”

Bermuda: To Tax Or Not

  2 November 2009

Bermuda's 21 Square is not keen on the UK government's recommendation “that territories and crown dependencies should raise taxes to wean themselves out of the recession” – instead, he says “what we should be doing is cutting expenditure.”