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Northern Echo
Service with a smile from the North East's blind tennis playersat Tennis World in Middlesbrough. It forms part of the North East Visually Imp
Service with a smile from the North East's blind tennis players
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
at Tennis World in Middlesbrough. It forms part of the North East Visually Impaired Tennis Club (NEVITC), which also has centres in Newcastle and Sunderland and is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year. “I really enjoy it,” says James,... Read more
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Aljazeera
China's cancer doctor for the very sick and very rich- she'd grown up watching Jackie Chan movies and had fought hard for her profes
China's cancer doctor for the very sick and very rich
Aljazeera / Posted 2 days ago
- she'd grown up watching Jackie Chan movies and had fought hard for her professional success. But in the battle for her life, she was starting to feel like she might be losing. At first, treatments made her cancer disappear, but after two... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Wheelchair donation 'gives people their lives back’of a fundraising campaign which aims to send wheelchairs, canes, crutches and w
Wheelchair donation 'gives people their lives back’
Peace Arch News / Posted 2 days ago
of a fundraising campaign which aims to send wheelchairs, canes, crutches and walkers to disabled refugees in the European country. The goal, according to CWF executive director Christiana Flessner, is to fill a 40-foot shipping container with the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Latest updates and video as Britain votes in EU Referendumthe vote on a knife-edge turnout could be key to swinging it. The weather has
Latest updates and video as Britain votes in EU Referendum
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
the vote on a knife-edge turnout could be key to swinging it. The weather has been horrendous in parts of the country, but those who have made it to their local schools/churches/leisure centres are reporting that polling stations have... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Is Parenting On Its Deathbed?of parenting. He argues that children easily take for granted the privileges t
Is Parenting On Its Deathbed?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
of parenting. He argues that children easily take for granted the privileges they have and become so comfortable with the lifestyle of luxury that they don't know how to work hard and earn an honest day's wage. Children spend a lot of time on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt Urged to Release 'Safe' Abortion Guidelinesas women go through unsafe abortion. Unsafe abortions have been reported among
Govt Urged to Release 'Safe' Abortion Guidelines
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
as women go through unsafe abortion. Unsafe abortions have been reported among the main causes of maternal deaths in the country. In 2012, almost 120,000 women were admitted to public hospitals and health centres for abortion-related... Read more
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Daily Record
Glimmers of hope for refugees as communities pull together across Scotlandevent – run by the ­Scottish Refugee Council – runs until Sunday, marking refug
Glimmers of hope for refugees as communities pull together across Scotland
Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
event – run by the ­Scottish Refugee Council – runs until Sunday, marking refugees’ ­contribution to ­Scotland’s cultural life. It also highlights the 4000 offers of help sent to the Scotland Welcomes ­Refugees website since September. We speak... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Chop Suey Nation: A road trip uncovers the lives behind small-town Chinese-Canadian foodvery diverse Chinese cuisines in this city, too. I had assumed the small-town
Chop Suey Nation: A road trip uncovers the lives behind small-town Chinese-Canadian food
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
very diverse Chinese cuisines in this city, too. I had assumed the small-town Chinese restaurant was a fading piece of the country’s history, a relic of the past. But, at least on Fogo Island, that didn’t seem to be the case. I wanted to know... Read more
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The Hindu
German refugee shelters become flashpoints for Right-wing revivalslogans. In 2015, more than a million people registered for asylum in Germany
German refugee shelters become flashpoints for Right-wing revival
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
slogans. In 2015, more than a million people registered for asylum in Germany and were sent to refugee processing centres across its 16 States on the basis of yearly tax receipts and population contributed by each region. The States... Read more
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International Business Times
Ebola stopped this teenage mother from getting healthcare - now Sierra Leone says she can't go to school to tell her boyfriend or her mother, and instead confided in her best friend wh
Ebola stopped this teenage mother from getting healthcare - now Sierra Leone says she can't go to school
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
to tell her boyfriend or her mother, and instead confided in her best friend who convinced her to go to the local healthcare clinic. "I was afraid to go to the clinic because I didn't want to be near Ebola. I just felt fear", she said. "The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Faces of refugees who've been to hell and back and still can't go homebombed and humiliated. These are just a few of the faces of Syrians fleeing the
Faces of refugees who've been to hell and back and still can't go home
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
bombed and humiliated. These are just a few of the faces of Syrians fleeing the brutal civil war that has plagued the country for the past five years. But these refugees aren't on the road to Europe - in fact they barely made it across the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Telemedicine - the Future of Healthcareform of electronic health that involves the use of telecommunication and inform
Telemedicine - the Future of Healthcare
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
form of electronic health that involves the use of telecommunication and information technologies to provide clinical healthcare from a distance. Unlike the ordinary practice that requires patients to interface with doctors face-to-face, barriers... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The worst I've seen – trauma expert lifts lid on 'atrocity' of Australia's detention regimePaul Stevenson has had a life in trauma. The psychologist and traumatologist ha
The worst I've seen – trauma expert lifts lid on 'atrocity' of Australia's detention regime
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 6 days ago
Paul Stevenson has had a life in trauma. The psychologist and traumatologist has spent 40 years helping people make sense of their lives in the aftermath of disaster, of terrorist attacks, bombings and mass murders, of landslides, fires and... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Crime & thrillers rounduptime sets feminism back years. By day an inferior auction house assistant pass
Crime & thrillers roundup
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
time sets feminism back years. By day an inferior auction house assistant passionate about art, Rashleigh finds her bosses care more about wealth than about artistry. By night, and to make ends meet, she works as a hostess in a less than wholesome... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mental health funding cuts destroy hopekeywords to search content on this website Can We Talk? Funding cuts prompt fe
Mental health funding cuts destroy hope
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
keywords to search content on this website Can We Talk? Funding cuts prompt fears of youth suicide rise LIFE-saving youth mental health services are being quietly dismantled by the Turnbull Government, leaving thousands of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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Northern Star
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
Northern Star / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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Queensland Times
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
Queensland Times / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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News Mail
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved und
Federal election 2016: So who should we trust to lead us?
News Mail / Posted 9 days ago
TRUST. A simple word that hides a labyrinth of emotion. A complex, involved undertaking that can take a lifetime to build and a simple moment to destroy. It pervades every corner of our existence, an intricately woven spider web that goes mostly... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Two years onof the social uproar it might trigger, pass smoothly with full public approval.
Two years on
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
of the social uproar it might trigger, pass smoothly with full public approval. He delivered on his promise to end the country’s energy crisis through the construction of power stations, adding 3,600 megawatts (MW) to capacity, the import of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Jacob Zuma - Youth Day 2016are marking this year's National Youth Day by commemorating the 40th anniversar
President Jacob Zuma - Youth Day 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
are marking this year's National Youth Day by commemorating the 40th anniversary of the June 16, 1976 student uprising. The country is celebrating the heroism of students who stood up to the apartheid state as they fought for their rights and the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Statistics Show We Can Do More to Help WomenFriday, 17 June 2016, 12:58 pmPress Release: Family Life International Latest A
Statistics Show We Can Do More to Help Women
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 9 days ago
Friday, 17 June 2016, 12:58 pmPress Release: Family Life International Latest Abortion Who Feel They Have No Other Choice than AbortionAccording to Statistics... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dear Johnny Depp: We need you back on the rails so we can enjoy your movies againto live the way we want movie stars to live. Enjoying the moment, nothing osten
Dear Johnny Depp: We need you back on the rails so we can enjoy your movies again
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
to live the way we want movie stars to live. Enjoying the moment, nothing ostentatious, staying an artist. We didn't care too much when The Lone Ranger bombed. Not much of a movie but at least you were trying something... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Welcome to Jail Inc: how private companies make money off US prisonsrestraints. Once the national anthem had been observed and the AJA’s chaplain h
Welcome to Jail Inc: how private companies make money off US prisons
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 10 days ago
restraints. Once the national anthem had been observed and the AJA’s chaplain had led a prayer for jailers across the country, those gathered at Austin’s convention centre could get down to business: making money. How long prisons will... Read more
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asianage
Elder abuse Stop it, prevent and manage itrecognising and responding to the mistreatment of older people in whatever sett
Elder abuse Stop it, prevent and manage it
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
recognising and responding to the mistreatment of older people in whatever setting it occurs, so that the later years of life of older people will be free from abuse, neglect and exploitation. Since December 2011, WEAAD is recognised by United... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ambode - Celebrating the Man Who Dares to Dream Big for Lagosto him, nothing pays as much as a combination of hard-work, courage, perseveran
Ambode - Celebrating the Man Who Dares to Dream Big for Lagos
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
to him, nothing pays as much as a combination of hard-work, courage, perseverance, and persistence. These principles of life defined his aspiration to become the governor of the state known as Centre of Excellence. Yet it is not an aspiration... Read more
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Daily Mail
How did Raheem Sterling turn into England's Jesus Navas?Martin Skrtel. Sterling could carry Skrtel on his back. I’ve seen him do it in
How did Raheem Sterling turn into England's Jesus Navas?
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Martin Skrtel. Sterling could carry Skrtel on his back. I’ve seen him do it in one-on-one situations...’ Raheem Sterling's career has slumped since his £47m move to Manchester City from Liverpool Sterling and Steven Gerrard share a moment What is... Read more
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Daily Maverick
What is to be done after 11,312 unnecessary Ebola-related deaths?by laboratory testing and contact tracing; (2) ensuring safe burials; (3) promo
What is to be done after 11,312 unnecessary Ebola-related deaths?
Daily Maverick / Posted 11 days ago
by laboratory testing and contact tracing; (2) ensuring safe burials; (3) promoting infection control throughout the health care system; (4) providing clear and effective communication to affected communities and the general population; and (5)... Read more
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Calcutta News
Israel accuses UNHRC of having obsessive and compulsive disorderare wide off the mark,”the Israeli ambassador added. "How is it, that it has a
Israel accuses UNHRC of having obsessive and compulsive disorder
Calcutta News / Posted 12 days ago
are wide off the mark,”the Israeli ambassador added. "How is it, that it has an agenda item specifically dedicated to my country when the tragedies of Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Libya, to name but a few, are unfolding and producing a tsunami of refugees... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Here are Nottingham's top 25 companiesin the UK motor trade for more than 25 years. Based in Annesley, the company o
Here are Nottingham's top 25 companies
Nottingham Post / Posted 12 days ago
in the UK motor trade for more than 25 years. Based in Annesley, the company owns hundreds of car dealerships across the country - with the Evans Halshaw and Stratstone chains selling everything from Peugeots to Porsches. Pendragon employs more... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Cerebral palsy girl's dream of walking hand in hand with twin hit by NHS U-turnJasmine Moxom, three, was told she was the "ideal candidate" for a free life-ch
Cerebral palsy girl's dream of walking hand in hand with twin hit by NHS U-turn
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
Jasmine Moxom, three, was told she was the "ideal candidate" for a free life-changing op which would have allowed her to run and play with sister Summer. While preparing for the surgery, her family spent £3,000 on physiotherapy and made repeated... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Music dives into brand refresh for United Utilitieswork done by UU in a region with huge geographic diversity as well as two of th
Music dives into brand refresh for United Utilities
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
work done by UU in a region with huge geographic diversity as well as two of the most populous urban areas in the country. UU is a customer-focused, innovative business, delivering its services with humility and care. "We wanted to... Read more
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dna
The road is ridden with accidents and death: Be careful out thereare three steps in the chain of survival of an accident/trauma victim: the resp
The road is ridden with accidents and death: Be careful out there
dna / Posted 13 days ago
are three steps in the chain of survival of an accident/trauma victim: the response of the bystanders, ambulatory care and in-hospital care. After an accident, the first hour is the golden hour for the patient and in most of the cases in... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Thank you New Zealand, together we saved over 42,000 lives!save the lives of over 42,000 ordinary Kiwi’s. For many, this great act of givi
Thank you New Zealand, together we saved over 42,000 lives!
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
save the lives of over 42,000 ordinary Kiwi’s. For many, this great act of giving quite simply made the difference between life and death.To celebrate World Blood Donor Day, New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) is reaching out to say a great big THANK... Read more
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Adelaide Now
SA’s Queen’s Birthday honours listAustralia and pretty much all but me — touch wood — have had it,” Ceberano said
SA’s Queen’s Birthday honours list
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
Australia and pretty much all but me — touch wood — have had it,” Ceberano said. Other high-profile recipients across the country include America’s Cup-winning yacht skipper John Bertrand, Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens, entertainer Frankie J... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Gratitude is a verbIt’s such a simple word, and one you see often now, with the rise in sales of g
Gratitude is a verb
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 14 days ago
It’s such a simple word, and one you see often now, with the rise in sales of gratitude journals and books about living a life with gratitude. The concept of being grateful is not new, and yet over the past month I suspect it has taken on significant... Read more
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The Financial Express
How a botched hair transplant put Rs 1.25 lakh cr beauty biz in India under scannerin a botched hair transplant surgery has brought the cosmetic treatment industr
How a botched hair transplant put Rs 1.25 lakh cr beauty biz in India under scanner
The Financial Express / Posted 14 days ago
in a botched hair transplant surgery has brought the cosmetic treatment industry, which is mostly unregulated in the country, under the scanner. However, business is booming as more and more Indians take to the idea of botox, liposuction,... Read more
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Pendle Today
Fear over spike in Euro 2016-related violence sparks A&E pleaLancashire are urging people to drink and behave responsibly during Euro 2016,
Fear over spike in Euro 2016-related violence sparks A&E plea
Pendle Today / Posted 15 days ago
Lancashire are urging people to drink and behave responsibly during Euro 2016, and be mindful that A&E is for serious and life threatening emergencies only. Domestic abuse, alcohol-related violent crime, and drink/drug driving all increase during... Read more
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The Courier Mail
City v country: Health divides the nationAUSTRALIA is the lucky country, the place where everyone is given a chance, rig
City v country: Health divides the nation
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
AUSTRALIA is the lucky country, the place where everyone is given a chance, right? Well, it seems that when it comes to the health of our nation, it actually depends where you live. Right now, a third of our population is having a hard time getting... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Health divides the nationthe nation | Daily Telegraph Bush Aussies hampered by distance when it comes t
Health divides the nation
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
the nation | Daily Telegraph Bush Aussies hampered by distance when it comes to health services AUSTRALIA is the lucky country, the place where everyone is given a chance, right? Well, it seems that when it comes to the health of our nation, it... Read more
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The Star
Nationwide pilot project set to send help within 15 minuteswhere people congregate. “With MERS 999, we are able to track all calls nation
Nationwide pilot project set to send help within 15 minutes
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
where people congregate. “With MERS 999, we are able to track all calls nationwide for ambulance services to our call centres. “Based on the data collected, we are able to tell where the hotspots are. Ambulances are placed at these places,... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Isolated from the mainstream’: Portrane asylum in the 1950sas was the policy throughout the 19th century in the building of mental hospita
‘Isolated from the mainstream’: Portrane asylum in the 1950s
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
as was the policy throughout the 19th century in the building of mental hospitals in the various towns throughout the country, including England. Up to 30 years ago, or even 20 years ago, the local “asylum” or “mental home” was seen to be... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Committee Solicits Input On Old Age Homeson whether there's a need to build old age homes and ascertain the living condi
Committee Solicits Input On Old Age Homes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
on whether there's a need to build old age homes and ascertain the living conditions and needs of elderly people in the country. The northern part of Namibia largely lacks such facilities, particularly due to cultural beliefs. The visits were... Read more
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Evening Standard
A new app aims to help change our attitude towards HIVHe has written every section himself, candidly telling his story. There is prac
A new app aims to help change our attitude towards HIV
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
He has written every section himself, candidly telling his story. There is practical advice, with lists of treatment centres, and advice on what to do if your partner is HIV-positive. Users can ask questions anonymously. It comes at a time... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Join the fight to ensure survival the Horton’s maternity and children’s services, says campaign group.last Friday between midwives and managers from Oxford University Hospitals Trus
Join the fight to ensure survival the Horton’s maternity and children’s services, says campaign group.
Banbury Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
last Friday between midwives and managers from Oxford University Hospitals Trust (OUH) outlining possible future models of care for maternity. Midwives reportedly came out saying the only option deemed possible by the trust was a midwife-led... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A radical approach to gun crime: paying people not to kill each other | Jason Motlaghmen who had gun crime convictions with incentives to stop shooting. At first, O
A radical approach to gun crime: paying people not to kill each other | Jason Motlagh
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 17 days ago
men who had gun crime convictions with incentives to stop shooting. At first, ONS gave them social services referrals and life-skills training to find jobs and earn degrees. Three years later, and more controversially, it offered them a monthly... Read more
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HITC Sport
Football, fire and ice: the inside story of Iceland’s remarkable risethe national team have risen 100 places under Lars Lagerback, progress given a
Football, fire and ice: the inside story of Iceland’s remarkable rise
HITC Sport / Posted 17 days ago
the national team have risen 100 places under Lars Lagerback, progress given a compelling narrative shape by the money and care poured into the grassroots during the pre-bust years when the country had more cash than it knew how to spend. This... Read more
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