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New Zimbabwe
UK: HIV+ man tries to rape disabledLEICESTER: A FORMER care worker who is HIV-positive has been jailed for 12 year
UK: HIV+ man tries to rape disabled
New Zimbabwe / Posted 23 hours ago
LEICESTER: A FORMER care worker who is HIV-positive has been jailed for 12 years for attempting to rape a disabled woman in her home. Zimbabwean Bonface Marova went uninvited into the victim's Leicester home after she had taken pain relief... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Post Heroes Awards: Brave youngsters overcoming adversityWhen Maddison Sherwood was just a baby, she was diagnosed with an incredibly ra
Nottingham Post Heroes Awards: Brave youngsters overcoming adversity
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
When Maddison Sherwood was just a baby, she was diagnosed with an incredibly rare muscle and respiratory condition. Doctors warned her family that 95 per cent of youngsters born with the illness die before they are 18 months old – and any that live... Read more
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Perth Now
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief. Picture: Thinkstock A tonsillectomy is an excuse to live off ice cream and jelly but new evidence shows young patients are being left in excruciating pain by the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’Tonsillectomy leaves kids in agony, compared to the pain of childbirth | DailyT
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Tonsillectomy leaves kids in agony, compared to the pain of childbirth | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Half the children who have their tonsils... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief. Picture: Thinkstock A tonsillectomy is an excuse to live off ice cream and jelly but new evidence shows young patients are being left in excruciating pain by the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief
‘I’d rather birth a baby than do this’
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
Half the children who have their tonsils removed don’t get adequate pain relief. Picture: Thinkstock A tonsillectomy is an excuse to live off ice cream and jelly but new evidence shows young patients are being left in excruciating pain by the... Read more
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NZCity
Willers to retire from BMX racingOlympian Marc Willers will hang up his bike after the BMX World Cup Supercross
Willers to retire from BMX racing
NZCity / Posted 16 days ago
Olympian Marc Willers will hang up his bike after the BMX World Cup Supercross in Sweden this weekend, saying the time is right after more than 20 years in the sport. United States-based Willers, who turns 30 in September, says that he hasn't been... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
BMX: Marc Willers announces retirementMarc Willers in action in Manchester. Photo / Craig Dutton. Double Olympian Ma
BMX: Marc Willers announces retirement
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Marc Willers in action in Manchester. Photo / Craig Dutton. Double Olympian Marc Willers has decided to hang up his bike after this weekend's UCI BMX World Cup Supercross in Sweden. Willers, who turns 30 next month, believes the time is right for... Read more
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ChillicotheNews
Healthy, active, 91-year-old woman still enjoying life to the fullest BY BRITTANY TUTT btutt@chillicothenews.com Sarah Walker, of Hale, said in her
Healthy, active, 91-year-old woman still enjoying life to the fullest
ChillicotheNews / Posted 19 days ago
BY BRITTANY TUTT btutt@chillicothenews.com Sarah Walker, of Hale, said in her 91 years of life, she has “seen it all;” however, that doesn’t stop her from getting up every morning... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Mountain biking: Cooper steadily moving up in world rankingsThe 20-year-old scored his second successive fifth placing in the under-23 elit
Mountain biking: Cooper steadily moving up in world rankings
Otago Daily Times / Posted 20 days ago
The 20-year-old scored his second successive fifth placing in the under-23 elite cross-country world cup, backing up last weekend's effort at Mt Saint Anne (Canada) with a good ride at Windham, a ski resort in upstate New York. The Cannondale... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Family's shock at girl's sudden cancer diagnosisBrave 12-year-old Latarnya Griffiths has barely seen her family in the past few
Family's shock at girl's sudden cancer diagnosis
Nottingham Post / Posted 24 days ago
Brave 12-year-old Latarnya Griffiths has barely seen her family in the past few weeks after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The Southwold School pupil was rushed to hospital after blood tests revealed something was wrong, and was told by... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Rebecca Swope weds Ryan ZeislerPastor Rod Doran served as the officiator while Mallorie McManus, Hannah Swope
Rebecca Swope weds Ryan Zeisler
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 30 days ago
Pastor Rod Doran served as the officiator while Mallorie McManus, Hannah Swope and Kristen Swords served as bridesmaids and Peter Zeisler, Austin Hull and Stephen Bartone served as groomsman. Caleb Swope and Bryan Weyant ushered guests, Claire... Read more

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