Tributes paid to Stuart Hayward, ‘a man for all seasons’

Articles, News  |  September 6, 2022

The life and work of a visionary environmental campaigner who strived to challenge the status quo was celebrated at a ceremony in Warwick on Saturday. Hundreds of friends, colleagues and supporters of Stuart Jackson Hayward gathered at the Riddell's Bay Gardens and Nature Res... Read more

Bermuda Ocean Prosperity Programme

News  |  September 2, 2022

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2022 Coastal Clean-Up 

News  |  September 1, 2022

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Vital mangrove forests could be revitalised by ambitious Rotary plans

News  |  August 24, 2022

The island is poised to host a landmark project to revive its vital but fragile mangrove forests with major backing from overseas. Bermuda Rotary Club members said they were confident of securing grant money from Rotary International, which committed last year to jo... Read more

Butterfield Bermuda Championship Birdies for Charity continues fundraising drive

News  |  August 18, 2022

The Butterfield Bermuda Championship Birdies for Charity programme is in full swing. Tournament organisers have already partnered with 40 local charities who are now poised to benefit from the charity programme, established by the PGA Tour in 1971 as an integral part of many ... Read more

Cleanup finds: beer bottles, tin cans, plastic bottles, chip bags, candy wrappers, VHS player, books, clothing, car and metal parts ….

News  |  August 14, 2022

Volunteers took to the Warwick Railway Trail yesterday in an effort to clean up litter and waste. A spokesman for the community group Bermuda is Love said six people lent a hand for the cleanup, which took place on the Camp Hill/Riddell’s Bay area of the Trail. “We col... Read more

Appeal launched to find fishing monitor

News  |  July 26, 2022

An environmental charity has called on the public to keep watch for a high-tech device that broke off drifting fishing equipment that washed ashore at the West End. Part of a floating “fish aggregation device” or FAD, used to catch tuna and other open ocean species, was p... Read more

Girl power unleashed to clean up west end beauty spots

News  |  July 25, 2022

A team of Girl Scouts from the US is on the island to take part in an international clean-up operation. The group, consisting of around 100 members, teamed up with Bermuda’s Girl Guides to clear debris from a beach and neighbouring nature reserves. The partnership came a... Read more

31 Abandoned Boats To Be Removed

Articles  |  July 21, 2022

31 abandoned and derelict boats –  located in areas including Mullet Bay, Ferry Reach, Coney Island, Stovell Bay and more –  will be “removed and discarded,” the Government has advised. These 31 boats are addition to the notices earlier this year a... Read more

Notice warns more abandoned boats set to be removed

News  |  July 13, 2022

More than 30 abandoned boats are set to be removed and disposed of, according to a notice published in the Official Gazette. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources, together with the Department of Marine and Ports Services, said they intend to remove 31 vessels w... Read more