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The Courier
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
The Courier / Posted 9 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 26 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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The Young Witness
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
The Young Witness / Posted 28 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Western Advocate / Posted 37 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Kiama Independent / Posted 39 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Manning River Times
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Manning River Times / Posted 40 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 42 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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The North West Star
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
The North West Star / Posted 54 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Daily Liberal / Posted 59 minutes ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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The Age
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
The Age / Posted an hour ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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The Border Mail
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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WA Today
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years agothe Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white me
Rome Indigenous scholarship to make up for opportunity lost 164 years ago
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
the Catholic Church in Australia for spending most of its money on its white members. When British social reformer Florence Nightingale asked him if civilisation was fatal to Aborigines, he may have had his students in mind when he... Read more
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Irish Central
Maureen O'Hara and the most famous redheads in historydescribed, in the New Testament, as one of the most important women in the move
Maureen O'Hara and the most famous redheads in history
Irish Central / Posted 22 hours ago
described, in the New Testament, as one of the most important women in the movement of Jesus throughout his ministry. 10. Florence Nightingale (1820 – 1910) Florence Nightingale was a celebrated English nurse, writer and statistician. She came to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Arts in the service of learningtaught art. She has also run arts camps for children and now helps operate an a
Arts in the service of learning
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
taught art. She has also run arts camps for children and now helps operate an arts workshop space, funded by grants, in Florence Nightingale Elementary in Vancouver. The workshop program “was a huge success. The teachers were really excited... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
London: 2,000 Years In 4 DaysBibles lavishly illustrated by hand, the Magna Carta that laid the foundation f
London: 2,000 Years In 4 Days
The Chattanoogan / Posted 4 days ago
Bibles lavishly illustrated by hand, the Magna Carta that laid the foundation for modern democracy in 1215, letters from Florence Nightingale and Galileo, and original lyric sheets by the Beatles. The British Museum is easily the greatest museum... Read more
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USA Today
Weekend picks for book loversand believers. The Wonder takes place in a small Irish village in 1859, where
Weekend picks for book lovers
USA Today / Posted 5 days ago
and believers. The Wonder takes place in a small Irish village in 1859, where Lib Wright — an English nurse trained under Florence Nightingale — is hired to watch a girl who claims to have gone without food for four months, since her 11th... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Harry Potter’s a must on London trip with teen as consultanta concussion. Our son was enthralled by the history lesson at the Guy's and St.
Harry Potter’s a must on London trip with teen as consultant
Guelph Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
a concussion. Our son was enthralled by the history lesson at the Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital on Westminster Bridge: Florence Nightingale set up a nursing school there, and it was bombed by the Germans during the Second World War. So the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Animal magnetism: Your dog can make you feel better, and here's whyfactors); in 19th-century mental institutions in England, pets were used to cal
Animal magnetism: Your dog can make you feel better, and here's why
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
factors); in 19th-century mental institutions in England, pets were used to calmresidents; in 1880, former Civil War nurse Florence Nightingale wrote that a small pet "is often an excellent companion for the sick, for long chronic cases... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Review: Emma Donoghue displays keen observational power in The Wonderera’s finest weirdnesses, such as photography of the dead. She paints superb im
Review: Emma Donoghue displays keen observational power in The Wonder
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
era’s finest weirdnesses, such as photography of the dead. She paints superb impressionistic scenes of Lib training under Florence Nightingale (“Miss N.”) amid the horrors of the Crimean War; a separate section on Lib’s experiences there would... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Skydive gran sets a recordFearless Shiela Ansell from Wendover jumped from a plane 10,000 feet up in aid
Skydive gran sets a record
Aylesbury Today / Posted 6 days ago
Fearless Shiela Ansell from Wendover jumped from a plane 10,000 feet up in aid of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity (FNHC) in Aylesbury. Shiela, aged 78 and who has 10 grandchildren, has become the charity’s oldest skydiver and raised more than... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Dairy team will help runners turn yellowthe Colour Rush as the Aylesbury firm sponsors the yellow station at the Colour
Dairy team will help runners turn yellow
Aylesbury Today / Posted 7 days ago
the Colour Rush as the Aylesbury firm sponsors the yellow station at the Colour Rush on Sunday, October 9, in aid of the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity (FNHC) Staff are giving up their Sunday to throw yellow powder over those taking on the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Animal magnetism: Your dog can make you feel better, and here's whyfactors); in 19th-century mental institutions in England, pets were used to cal
Animal magnetism: Your dog can make you feel better, and here's why
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
factors); in 19th-century mental institutions in England, pets were used to calmresidents; in 1880, former Civil War nurse Florence Nightingale wrote that a small pet "is often an excellent companion for the sick, for long chronic cases... Read more
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Irish Central
The Wonder of Oscar nominated author Emma Donoghueabout her society through the negative expression of fasting. Into this combus
The Wonder of Oscar nominated author Emma Donoghue
Irish Central / Posted 9 days ago
about her society through the negative expression of fasting. Into this combustible mix Donoghue places Lib Wright, a Florence Nightingale-trained English nurse who is tempermentally at odds with the piety and pretension she sees all around... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Small spaces, big storiesyoung girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allege
Small spaces, big stories
Chatham Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
young girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allegedly lives without food. Wright, trained by Florence Nightingale, is a British nurse hired by a committee in the small town to watch over Anna and prove or disprove the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Small spaces, big storiesyoung girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allege
Small spaces, big stories
Sarnia Observer / Posted 10 days ago
young girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allegedly lives without food. Wright, trained by Florence Nightingale, is a British nurse hired by a committee in the small town to watch over Anna and prove or disprove the... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Small spaces, big storiesyoung girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allege
Small spaces, big stories
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 10 days ago
young girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allegedly lives without food. Wright, trained by Florence Nightingale, is a British nurse hired by a committee in the small town to watch over Anna and prove or disprove the... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Small spaces, big storiesyoung girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allege
Small spaces, big stories
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 10 days ago
young girl who has ignited a sensation in her native Ireland because she allegedly lives without food. Wright, trained by Florence Nightingale, is a British nurse hired by a committee in the small town to watch over Anna and prove or disprove the... Read more
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Boston Herald
‘Good Place’ reincarnates bad ideasnumber for cohabitation — and an astonishing number of frozen yogurt shops. Pa
‘Good Place’ reincarnates bad ideas
Boston Herald / Posted 12 days ago
number for cohabitation — and an astonishing number of frozen yogurt shops. Paradise is pretty much an exclusive club. Florence Nightingale didn’t even make it. Eleanor is assigned a new home and even a soulmate, Chidi (William Jackson... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Did those feet, in muddy bootsa white flag at the Nazis and remove British troops from the battlefields "to m
Did those feet, in muddy boots
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 12 days ago
a white flag at the Nazis and remove British troops from the battlefields "to make savings" on the cost of the war? Did Florence Nightingale boot her patients out of the wards at Scutari "to make savings" on charges for poultices? Did... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Wonder review: New room, much the same viewplot of ‘The Wonder’ on the cases of the so-called ‘Fasting Girls’. Photograph:
The Wonder review: New room, much the same view
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
plot of ‘The Wonder’ on the cases of the so-called ‘Fasting Girls’. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times We often picture Florence Nightingale as a lonesome figure, stalking hospital corridors with only a glow of light for assistance. In reality,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Appeal for information after five cats found dumped in toilet at Stockport's Stepping Hill Hospitaland three males, all around eight weeks old - were discovered in a blue cat car
Appeal for information after five cats found dumped in toilet at Stockport's Stepping Hill Hospital
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
and three males, all around eight weeks old - were discovered in a blue cat carrier on Sunday afternoon. Their names are Florence (Nightingale), Marie (Curie), Edward (Jenner), Alexander (Fleming) and Louis (Pasteur). Read More The charity is... Read more
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Minot Daily News
M. Winifred Nicholsanother old time nurse leaves the scene. One who was trained scarcely fifty
M. Winifred Nichols
Minot Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
another old time nurse leaves the scene. One who was trained scarcely fifty years follow- ing the first efforts of Florence Nightingale to bring respectability to the nursing profession, an era when cleanliness and home remedies were... Read more
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The New Yorker
Emma Donoghue’s Art of Starvationof twenty-nine, Lib is disdainful of most things where the Irish are concerned.
Emma Donoghue’s Art of Starvation
The New Yorker / Posted 17 days ago
of twenty-nine, Lib is disdainful of most things where the Irish are concerned. Having served in Crimea under the great Florence Nightingale, she is a skeptic by temperament and by training, a woman of science committed to the rule of empirical... Read more
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NJ Biz
Close Up: Judith Ann Padula of St. Joseph's Healthcare System6: I wanted to be a writer. I used to enter poetry contests when I was in grade
Close Up: Judith Ann Padula of St. Joseph's Healthcare System
NJ Biz / Posted 19 days ago
6: I wanted to be a writer. I used to enter poetry contests when I was in grade school. Historical figure you’d want to meet: Florence Nightingale Dream vacation: African safari Something about you that your co-workers don’t know: I play the pia... Read more
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The MidWeek
KC Complementary Health Programs holds pinning ceremonyAnn Hanson, Orangeville. The tradition of pinning healthcare graduates origina
KC Complementary Health Programs holds pinning ceremony
The MidWeek / Posted 22 days ago
Ann Hanson, Orangeville. The tradition of pinning healthcare graduates originates with the nursing profession in 1860 when Florence Nightingale presented a lapel pin to her best students. Over the years, other healthcare professions have added the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dr James Barry: the Irishwoman who fooled the British EmpireArmy Medical Department and a large swathe of the British Empire’s great and go
Dr James Barry: the Irishwoman who fooled the British Empire
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
Army Medical Department and a large swathe of the British Empire’s great and good, from Queen Victoria to Lord Raglan and Florence Nightingale. Even Napoleon’s astute special adviser (who became a patient of Dr Barry’s during his captivity) was... Read more
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Express and Star
PICTURES: University of Wolverhampton nurses shine light on end of studies « Express & Stara very personal event and allowed us to say goodbye to university life whist ma
PICTURES: University of Wolverhampton nurses shine light on end of studies « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 26 days ago
a very personal event and allowed us to say goodbye to university life whist making the transition to qualified nurses.” Florence Nightingale is considered to be the founder of modern nursing. Born in 1820 she rose to prominence after tending... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technologyof staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a desig
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technology
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
of staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a design challenge: How do you reinvent the Florence Nightingale-style barracks environment," he said. And when everything was tightly constrained by budgets, being... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technologyof staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a desig
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technology
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
of staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a design challenge: How do you reinvent the Florence Nightingale-style barracks environment," he said. And when everything was tightly constrained by budgets, being... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technologyof staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a desig
Hospitals of the future: Robots and super technology
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
of staff members and former patients to test and discuss them. "We had a design challenge: How do you reinvent the Florence Nightingale-style barracks environment," he said. And when everything was tightly constrained by budgets, being... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Casualty legend Charlie Fairhead still stealing show 30 years onwere other references throughout the programme to "mucking in", and even the ne
Casualty legend Charlie Fairhead still stealing show 30 years on
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
were other references throughout the programme to "mucking in", and even the new agency staff nurse Amira found the Florence Nightingale within her to go from lazy mode to part of the team by the end of the episode. There was a beautiful and... Read more
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The Age
Julian Clary on AIDS, shock value and why he loves Oz ("You're vulgar!")much of his early career in head-to-toe vinyl, with a face full of make up and
Julian Clary on AIDS, shock value and why he loves Oz ("You're vulgar!")
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
much of his early career in head-to-toe vinyl, with a face full of make up and a hint of S&M. More Rocky Horror Show than Florence Nightingale. Aged care wasn't Clary's only fall-back plan: while studying English and drama at the University of... Read more

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