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Newton Daily News
Carla Jo GreerZach Greer, Patricia Greer, Elizabeth Antolik and Zachary Antolik; three sister
Carla Jo Greer
Newton Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Zach Greer, Patricia Greer, Elizabeth Antolik and Zachary Antolik; three sisters, Candy (Rod) Meyer of Killduff, Cindy (Mike) Richards of East Bethel, Minn., and Cris (Larry) Crady of Newton; along with many nieces and nephews. She was preceded... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Scandal-hit ambulance service ordered to improvepeople using the service being abused, and poor governance to ensure services a
Scandal-hit ambulance service ordered to improve
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
people using the service being abused, and poor governance to ensure services are monitored or improved. Professor Sir Mike Richards, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, said: "People who rely South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Ambulance service told to improve patient careNHS 111 with the aim of performing against a new improvement trajectory agreed
Ambulance service told to improve patient care
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
NHS 111 with the aim of performing against a new improvement trajectory agreed with service commissioners". Professor Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals, said: “People who rely on South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation... Read more
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Chichester Observer
‘Warning notice’ for Sussex ambulance serviceare provided with an update on the progress made.” The full CQC report is expe
‘Warning notice’ for Sussex ambulance service
Chichester Observer / Posted 5 days ago
are provided with an update on the progress made.” The full CQC report is expected to be published later this year. Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals at the CQC, said: “People who rely South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS... Read more
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Sussex Express
‘Warning notice’ for Sussex ambulance serviceare provided with an update on the progress made.” The full CQC report is expe
‘Warning notice’ for Sussex ambulance service
Sussex Express / Posted 5 days ago
are provided with an update on the progress made.” The full CQC report is expected to be published later this year. Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals at the CQC, said: “People who rely South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS... Read more
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Gazette News
Patients in corridors, bullying culture and poor end of life care in CQC's latest scathing report into Colchester General Hospitalthis year to see what progress had been in the wake of a damning report publish
Patients in corridors, bullying culture and poor end of life care in CQC's latest scathing report into Colchester General Hospital
Gazette News / Posted 8 days ago
this year to see what progress had been in the wake of a damning report published in January this year. Professor Sir Mike Richards, England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals, has revealed he authorised a number of "enforcement actions", which... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Colchester hospital leadership issues ‘heartfelt apology’ after another damning inspection reportthe significant improvements needed and there was a lack of action and response
Colchester hospital leadership issues ‘heartfelt apology’ after another damning inspection report
Ipswich Star / Posted 8 days ago
the significant improvements needed and there was a lack of action and response by the board on key issues. Professor Sir Mike Richards, CQC’s chief inspector of hospitals, said: “Our findings at Colchester General Hospital did not represent the... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Kingston Hospital 'must improve' safety and effectiveness, CQC says, but 'caring' staff are praisedPoliticians have repeatedly promised safety and stability for the hospital The
Kingston Hospital 'must improve' safety and effectiveness, CQC says, but 'caring' staff are praised
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
Politicians have repeatedly promised safety and stability for the hospital The chief inspector of hospitals, Prof Sir Mike Richards, said: “Staff demonstrated an impressive understanding of their role in addressing the needs of people at the... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Can LA Kings rediscover Stanley Cup 'spark' with 'subtle' offseason changes?an edge.” Unfortunately for Los Angeles a lot of their prior ‘win now’ trades
Can LA Kings rediscover Stanley Cup 'spark' with 'subtle' offseason changes?
Yahoo Sports / Posted 15 days ago
an edge.” Unfortunately for Los Angeles a lot of their prior ‘win now’ trades – along with some contract mistakes like Mike Richards – from the past hampered their 2016 offseason decisions. The Kings had just four draft picks and no first-round... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Scandal-hit Liverpool NHS trust is improving but still has work to dotop-down push” to make savings that were “ultimately unrealistic” without impac
Scandal-hit Liverpool NHS trust is improving but still has work to do
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
top-down push” to make savings that were “ultimately unrealistic” without impacting on patient care. The CQC’s Prof Sir Mike Richards said there had been “significant improvement” in community and inpatient services, with 57 new nurses hired... Read more
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BC Local News
New Penticton firefighter contract is a win for both sidescorresponding pay. “I think there was some good common sense approaches and ef
New Penticton firefighter contract is a win for both sides
BC Local News / Posted 15 days ago
corresponding pay. “I think there was some good common sense approaches and efficiencies,” said Jakubeit. For his part, Mike Richards, president of the International Association of Fire Fighters Penticton local, was happy with how quickly the... Read more
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Penticton Western News
New Penticton firefighter contract is a win for both sidescorresponding pay. “I think there was some good common sense approaches and ef
New Penticton firefighter contract is a win for both sides
Penticton Western News / Posted 15 days ago
corresponding pay. “I think there was some good common sense approaches and efficiencies,” said Jakubeit. For his part, Mike Richards, president of the International Association of Fire Fighters Penticton local, was happy with how quickly the... Read more
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Freeman journal
Short takesBreakfast will be held on Tuesday, July 12 at 6:45 a.m. at the Grid Iron Restau
Short takes
Freeman journal / Posted 17 days ago
Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, July 12 at 6:45 a.m. at the Grid Iron Restaurant. The keynote speaker will be Mike Richards from Iowa Central Community College's Agricultural Department. He will present a program outlining the... Read more
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express
Hospital boss 'quits' after patient 'lay dead' in A&E for four hours unnoticedGeneral Medical Council issued preliminary warnings to the hospital bosses over
Hospital boss 'quits' after patient 'lay dead' in A&E for four hours unnoticed
express / Posted 17 days ago
General Medical Council issued preliminary warnings to the hospital bosses over a lack of training for junior doctors. Sir Mike Richards, CQC's chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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BC Local News
Penticton signs new contract with firefighterseffective and efficient response a priority. Our members can now put the past b
Penticton signs new contract with firefighters
BC Local News / Posted 17 days ago
effective and efficient response a priority. Our members can now put the past behind us and focus on the future,” said Mike Richards, fire inspector and union representative. In 2015, firefighters and the city had to go to binding arbitration... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Penticton signs new contract with firefighterseffective and efficient response a priority. Our members can now put the past b
Penticton signs new contract with firefighters
Penticton Western News / Posted 17 days ago
effective and efficient response a priority. Our members can now put the past behind us and focus on the future,” said Mike Richards, fire inspector and union representative. In 2015, firefighters and the city had to go to binding arbitration... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Patient lay dead and undiscovered for four hours in HOSPITAL A&E departmentin the corridor. PANurses at North Middlesex Hospital did not conduct hourly r
Patient lay dead and undiscovered for four hours in HOSPITAL A&E department
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
in the corridor. PANurses at North Middlesex Hospital did not conduct hourly rounds Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Sir Mike Richards, said: “A new leadership team is in place in the emergency department, there are moves to appoint more senior... Read more
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SKY News
London A&E Unit Understaffed And 'Inadequate'necessary steps to address the concerns raised, particularly the shortage of do
London A&E Unit Understaffed And 'Inadequate'
SKY News / Posted 17 days ago
necessary steps to address the concerns raised, particularly the shortage of doctors which lies at the heart of it." Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "North Middlesex University Hospital is one of the busiest A&E... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Patient 'lay dead' in London A&E for 'hours' before being found as hospital's services branded 'inadequate'doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
Patient 'lay dead' in London A&E for 'hours' before being found as hospital's services branded 'inadequate'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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International Business Times
North Middlesex Hospital chief leaves office after CQC finds emergency care 'inadequate' we found that patients were waiting for a long time to be seen, without being a
North Middlesex Hospital chief leaves office after CQC finds emergency care 'inadequate'
International Business Times / Posted 18 days ago
we found that patients were waiting for a long time to be seen, without being assessed by a doctor in the first place," Sir Mike Richards, the chief inspector of hospitals, said. "In February 2016, only 67.2% of patients were seen and treated... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Croydon Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Northern Echo
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Northern Echo / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Shropshire Star
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve « Shropshire Stardoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Kingston Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Streatham Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Bury Times
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Bury Times / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Gazette
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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guardian-series
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
guardian-series / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Harrow Times
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Harrow Times / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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This is West Country
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
This is West Country / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Gazette News
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Gazette News / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Bolton News
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improvedoctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trai
'Inadequate' A&E department with insufficient doctors told it must improve
Bolton News / Posted 18 days ago
doctors. The doctors' regulator threatened "withdrawal of approval for the trainees in the emergency department". Sir Mike Richards, CQC chief inspector of hospitals, said: "People going to the emergency department at the North Middlesex... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Airport strikes: Government could interveneand ensured they were fairly rewarded for the crucial job they did, Mr Barclay
Airport strikes: Government could intervene
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
and ensured they were fairly rewarded for the crucial job they did, Mr Barclay said. Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Mike Richards said airport security would not be compromised by the strikes and contingency plans were in place. He hoped the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Airport strikes to cause 'significant disruption': Government may interveneand ensured they were fairly rewarded for the crucial job they did, Mr Barclay
Airport strikes to cause 'significant disruption': Government may intervene
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
and ensured they were fairly rewarded for the crucial job they did, Mr Barclay said. Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Mike Richards said airport security would not be compromised by the strikes and contingency plans were in place. He hoped the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Security staff strikes planned at airportsand ensures they are fairly rewarded for the crucial job they do, Mr Barclay sa
Security staff strikes planned at airports
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
and ensures they are fairly rewarded for the crucial job they do, Mr Barclay said. Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Mike Richards said airport security would not be compromised by the strikes and there are contingency plans in place. He... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Airport security staff to hold rolling strikes over collective agreementand ensures they are fairly rewarded for the crucial job they do, Mr Barclay sa
Airport security staff to hold rolling strikes over collective agreement
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
and ensures they are fairly rewarded for the crucial job they do, Mr Barclay said. Civil Aviation Authority spokesman Mike Richards said airport security would not be compromised by the strikes and there are contingency plans in place. He... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
NHL free agency creates hope, and plenty of questions: CoxSunday, Dallas defenceman Kris Russell was still unsigned, as are veterans Barr
NHL free agency creates hope, and plenty of questions: Cox
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 20 days ago
Sunday, Dallas defenceman Kris Russell was still unsigned, as are veterans Barrett Jackman, Christian Ehrhoff, Jiri Hudler, Mike Richards, Brandon Pirri, Radim Vrbata, Justin Schultz, Sam Gagner, Brad Richards, Kris Versteeg, James Wisniewski,... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Best of the Rest: Top 10 remaining unrestricted free agentsSchenn, Alex Tanguay, Matt Carle, Kyle Quincey, David Legwand, Chris Kelly, Bra
Best of the Rest: Top 10 remaining unrestricted free agents
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 21 days ago
Schenn, Alex Tanguay, Matt Carle, Kyle Quincey, David Legwand, Chris Kelly, Brad Richards, Roman Polak, Nick Spaling, Barrett Jackman, Jared Boll, Dominic Moore, Christian Ehrhoff, Jhonas Enroth, Linden Vey, Josh Jooris, Mike Richards, Ilya Bryzg... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Sure bets, old guys, fighters remain in UFA leftoversare conflicting reports that Nikita Nikitin, Sergei Plotnikov and Viktor Tikhon
Sure bets, old guys, fighters remain in UFA leftovers
Yahoo Sports / Posted 22 days ago
are conflicting reports that Nikita Nikitin, Sergei Plotnikov and Viktor Tikhonov might head back to the KHL. Mike Richards and Jarett Stoll are available. We don’t know if they’ve proved themselves to GMs as trustworthy given their... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Wythenshawe Hospital comes under fire in care watchdog reportof the clinical impact of the move. The plans did eventually go ahead. The chi
Wythenshawe Hospital comes under fire in care watchdog report
Manchester Evening News / Posted 22 days ago
of the clinical impact of the move. The plans did eventually go ahead. The chief inspector of Hospitals, Professor Sir Mike Richards, said: “The Trust faces a number of challenges. In recent months there have been a number of significant senior... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
NHL Signing Season Essential Team Info: Eastern Conferenceolder sibling's Maple Leafs. They will be players for big names. Projected Cap
NHL Signing Season Essential Team Info: Eastern Conference
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 22 days ago
older sibling's Maple Leafs. They will be players for big names. Projected Cap Space: $10,888,207 UFAs: Jason Chimera, Mike Richards, Michael Latta, Mike Weber RFAs: Marcus Johansson, Tom Wilson, Dmitry Orlov Team Needs: A deal for Johansson,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Children's heart ward review 'a cover-up and whitewash', say parentsafter a warning notice was issued in 2012 following an unannounced Care Quality
Children's heart ward review 'a cover-up and whitewash', say parents
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
after a warning notice was issued in 2012 following an unannounced Care Quality Commission inspection. Professor Sir Mike Richards, chief inspector of hospitals, said a separate review by the CQC had "no significant criticisms of any... Read more
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