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In brief

The Prince's Trust was fined 10,000 for its part in the accident on the Scottish Isle of North Ronaldsey in August 1997 which killed two volunteer workers. A hearing last Tuesday at Kirkwall Sheriff Court in Orkney heard how both were crushed beneath a 5t concrete slab after the wall they were repairing collapsed without warning. The court was told that neither were competent to do the work.

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