Advisory: Tarpaulin available at Fire Station

The public is reminded about the following location for tarpaulin distribution. Individuals who are in need of tarpaulin for residential roof damage sustained during Hurricane Gonzalo are encouraged to visit the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service headquarters located on King...

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EMO Update - Govt. Schools, services Oct. 20th, 2014

Following a meeting of the Emergency Measures Organisation (EMO) late today (Monday), the public is advised of the following: ü All Government schools will be open TOMORROW with the exception of two schools: St. John's Pre-School and Devonshire Pre-School. Belco crews...

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DoH Hurricane Gonzalo tips for food safety

The Department of Health would like to remind the public of the following post-hurricane tips: Food/water safety: · Keep food cold- In the event of power outages, have coolers and non-perishable canned goods on hand. Do not open the fridge or freezer....

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Bermuda Mail Processing Centre Closed Today

The Ministry of National Security can advise that the Bermuda Mail Processing Centre at the L.F. Wade International Airport is closed today.

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Premier Dunkley issues safety message to residents - October 17th, 2014

"Stay inside and stay safe," is the message from Premier and Minister of National Security, the Hon. Michael Dunkley today as Bermuda braces for the impact of Hurricane Gonzalo. Premier Dunkley said, "I continue to urge residents to take this very...

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