· December, 2009

Stories about Bermuda from December, 2009

Caribbean: 2009 Regional Roundup

  31 December 2009

As Global Voices celebrates its fifth anniversary, the occasion has given us all an opportunity to reflect on why we do what we do and how our work makes a difference.  As my colleague Jillian York so succinctly put it, “We spread stories.  We spread words.”  We manage to do...

Bermuda: Of Crime & Injunctions

  17 December 2009

As the spate of violence continues in Bermuda, bloggers are further troubled by news of the government taking out an injunction against a newspaper, allegedly to prevent the publication of a news story.

Bermuda: Fleecing?

  10 December 2009

Vexed Bermoothes says: “The Bermuda Music Festival is a complete failure as a tourism promotion. In fact, it’s scandalous.”

Bermuda: Second Chances

  9 December 2009

Of the escalating crime situation in Bermuda, 21 Square asks: “Can we help people get off the path to destruction early enough to get them back on the right path?”

Bermuda: Deflecting the Issues?

  8 December 2009

Bermuda's Wishful Thinking says of the island's political climate: “Racism has become a method of deflection, a way to avoid responsibility and detract from the actual issue at hand.”

Bermuda: Of Leglisation and Violence

  7 December 2009

Bermudian bloggers discuss the issue of retroactivity as it applies to the proposed Public Access to Information legislation, while Catch a fire hopes that public response to “a new community focused action group to combat the downward spiral of violence” will be as good as it has been for PATI.

Bermuda: Post It!

  3 December 2009

Vexed Bermoothes blogs about the loss of goodwill towards the Bermuda Post Office, suggesting that a performance audit will help turn the tide: “The Post Office is a logistics business … and the only way to improve a logistical business is to pinpoint where lags are occurring.”