Negligence victim to keep compensation


Bermuda Hospitals Board will not strip medical negligence victim Kamal Williams of his 60,000 compensation, even if it wins a case against him at the Islands highest court of appeal. The BHBs lawyer, Caroline Harrison QC, delivered that assurance to Mr Williams yesterday at the Privy Council in London. However, she stopped short. ..

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Students sink or swim in Cardboard Challenge

Eight high schools went oar-to-oar in self-made boats yesterday in a contest aimed at promoting architecture and engineering to young people. The inaugural Cardboard Boat Challenge, organised by the Institute of Bermuda Architects and the Bermuda Association of Professional Engineers, gave 23 teams two hours to build a two-person boat. […]