Schoolchildren lift spirits of injured soldier | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News


A group of schoolchildren have spent the past month trying to lift the spirits of a soldier who had to fight for his life after he was run over by a car.The pupils, aged between 6 and 10, started to write letters to Royal Bermuda Regiment Private Ndavyah Williams, who is recovering in hospital in the United States after the June 29 incident.They were encouraged to support Private Williams during their Paget Primary School summer camp, Children Just Want to Have Fun.They have also pro
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Wolffe astonished by treatment of mentally ill | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda‚Äôs top magistrate called for better mental health treatment options for people with intellectual disabilities after he was forced to hold a mentally challenged man in Westgate because he was kicked out of a group home.Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe added that the island was in “a very sad state” if […]