Editor
Friday 21 July at 07:00

E-mail issues left Jennifer Fahnbulleh wanting to tear her hair out last summer. Deaf, she couldn’t call the company hotline, and her e-mails went ignored. “I think employees see the e-mails and think what is this, and just ignore them,” said Mrs Fahnbulleh. Fed up, she called the Regulatory Authority Bermuda, the organisation that oversees the telecommunications sector in Bermuda.
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Thursday 20 July

The Princess Royal, royal patron of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, attended a board meeting at the charity’s headquarters in Saunderton on Tuesday, where its chairman announced its forthcoming merger with Hearing Link, another hearing loss charity of which the princess is also a patron. Hearing Dogs confirmed she will continue as royal patron of the merged charities.
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