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Gazette News
Robbery victim describes how attacker reached out of his Audi to grab herhas been traced to the Colchester area where it was found destroyed near train
Robbery victim describes how attacker reached out of his Audi to grab her
Gazette News / Posted 3 hours ago
has been traced to the Colchester area where it was found destroyed near train tracks. The car involved was a black Audi A3. Anyone with information can call Sgt Stuart Smith at Chelmsford police station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800... Read more
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Super Sport
Coetzee’s career-low 64 is Simola stand-outJacquin Hess, Teaghan Gauche 77 - Jason Froneman, Rourke van der Spuy, Daniel
Coetzee’s career-low 64 is Simola stand-out
Super Sport / Posted 18 hours ago
Jacquin Hess, Teaghan Gauche 77 - Jason Froneman, Rourke van der Spuy, Daniel Hammond, Calvin Pearson, Jacques Blaauw, Breyten Meyer, Mark Fensham 78 - Mark Williams, Andrew Curlewis 80 - Nemanja Savic, Bryce Bibby 81 - Jeff Hopkins, Stuart S... Read more
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express
Uproar as Muslim school with damning Ofsted report wins right NOT to be publicly namedMr Justice Stuart-Smith ruled the school should not be named Inspectors rated
Uproar as Muslim school with damning Ofsted report wins right NOT to be publicly named
express / Posted yesterday
Mr Justice Stuart-Smith ruled the school should not be named Inspectors rated the school "inadequate" and raised issues about the segregation policy as it made feel inferior. The school is mounting a legal challenge against the High Court for its... Read more
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Super Sport
Confidence key as de Smidt surges aheadTipping 71 73, Antonio Rosado 71 73 145 - Teaghan Gauche 74 71, MJ Viljoen 70
Confidence key as de Smidt surges ahead
Super Sport / Posted 7 days ago
Tipping 71 73, Antonio Rosado 71 73 145 - Teaghan Gauche 74 71, MJ Viljoen 70 75, Bryce Easton 74 71, Colin Nel 69 76, Stuart Smith 75 70, Erik van Rooyen 74 71, Matthew Carvell 71 74,Keenan Davidse 72 73, Peter Karmis 69 76, Grant Veenstra 71... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jail time for Auckland man who distributed child sexual abuse images and videoRobert Stuart Smith was sent to jail for two years and nine months. Photo / Fil
Jail time for Auckland man who distributed child sexual abuse images and video
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Robert Stuart Smith was sent to jail for two years and nine months. Photo / File An Auckland man has been jailed for emailing more than 42,000 files that involved the sexual abuse and exploitation of children. Robert Stuart Smith, 25, was sent to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Child sex abuse pictures and videos earn jail timepictures and videos of the sexual abuse and exploitation of children.The Depart
Child sex abuse pictures and videos earn jail time
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
pictures and videos of the sexual abuse and exploitation of children.The Department of Internal Affairs said Robert Stuart Smith of Henderson had distributed almost a thousand objectionable pictures and videos in various batches to 121... Read more
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Super Sport
Home-ground edge gives Theunis Sishen lead75 77, Antonio Rosado 78 74, Andrew Odoh 76 76 153 - Divan Gerber 77 76, Jason
Home-ground edge gives Theunis Sishen lead
Super Sport / Posted 20 days ago
75 77, Antonio Rosado 78 74, Andrew Odoh 76 76 153 - Divan Gerber 77 76, Jason Diab 78 75 154 - Neal Herman 79 75, Stuart Smith 81 73 155 - Ruan Pretorius 77 78, Heinrich Bruiners 76 79, Mikhail Tewary 75 80 157 - Allister de Kock 77... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Questions & Answers - 6 September 2016191/4, the answer that was given was completely in line with the Standing Order
Questions & Answers - 6 September 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 24 days ago
191/4, the answer that was given was completely in line with the Standing Orders.• Communities of Learning—Announcements8. STUART SMITH (National—Kaikōura) to the Minister of Education: What recent announcements has she made regarding Communities... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Simon Hackett takes top role at Redflowacting chief operating officer. Hackett stepped into the CEO role at Redflow a
Simon Hackett takes top role at Redflow
Computer World Australia / Posted 25 days ago
acting chief operating officer. Hackett stepped into the CEO role at Redflow after the company’s former chief executive, Stuart Smith, resigned. “Stuart has led Redflow during a period in which it transformed a promising technology into a... Read more
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Super Sport
Murless earns second Big Easy victory74 68 72, Francois Coetzee 73 69 72, Jeff Inglis 69 72 73 215 - Teboho Sefatsa
Murless earns second Big Easy victory
Super Sport / Posted 27 days ago
74 68 72, Francois Coetzee 73 69 72, Jeff Inglis 69 72 73 215 - Teboho Sefatsa 69 79 67, Werner van Niekerk 70 73 72, Stuart Smith 70 71 74, Hennie du Plessis 70 70 75, Derick Petersen 67 68 80 216 - Wynand Dingle 73 72 71, Jason Diab 73 72... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Iconic diesel locomotive to be restored in Derbyshireuse. ‘Project Icon’, as it has been christened, is set to take a number of yea
Iconic diesel locomotive to be restored in Derbyshire
Derbyshire Times / Posted 27 days ago
use. ‘Project Icon’, as it has been christened, is set to take a number of years to complete and be based at Peak Rail. Stuart Smith, of the Ivatt Diesel Re-Creation Society, said: “This locomotive’s contribution to the story of British railways... Read more
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Super Sport
Murless eases to second Big Easy victory74 68 72, Francois Coetzee 73 69 72, Jeff Inglis 69 72 73 215 - Teboho Sefatsa
Murless eases to second Big Easy victory
Super Sport / Posted 27 days ago
74 68 72, Francois Coetzee 73 69 72, Jeff Inglis 69 72 73 215 - Teboho Sefatsa 69 79 67, Werner van Niekerk 70 73 72, Stuart Smith 70 71 74, Hennie du Plessis 70 70 75, Derick Petersen 67 68 80 216 - Wynand Dingle 73 72 71, Jason Diab 73 72... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Windjammers Regatta to start in SF on Friday, finish in Santa CruzChampionships at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club in Clio on Tuesday. Hoyt shot a 4-o
Windjammers Regatta to start in SF on Friday, finish in Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
Championships at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club in Clio on Tuesday. Hoyt shot a 4-over 146 total with rounds of 74 and 72. Stuart Smith of Somersett Country Club in Reno, Nev., won with a 133 total. Former Pasatiempo head pro Shawn McEntee, now... Read more
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Wakefield Today
‘Romantic’ garden design chosen for Hepworth WakefieldInternational garden designer Tom Stuart-Smith has been chosen to design what w
‘Romantic’ garden design chosen for Hepworth Wakefield
Wakefield Today / Posted 29 days ago
International garden designer Tom Stuart-Smith has been chosen to design what will be one of the UK’s largest free public gardens. The eight-time Gold Medal winner at the Chelsea Flower Show was selected to create a riverside garden by a panel at... Read more
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FOX News
Are celebrity wine-makers destroying an ancient art?give the back of your hand to the whole business of celebrity wine, you’ll prob
Are celebrity wine-makers destroying an ancient art?
FOX News / Posted a month ago
give the back of your hand to the whole business of celebrity wine, you’ll probably agree with veteran California winemaker Stuart Smith, who says, “My first thought is that celebrities getting into wine is God’s way of telling them that they have... Read more
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Orange County Register
With an eye on reform, New Orleans is training officers to police each otherdropped, was there in the room. “If somebody had said, ‘Hey, you’ve been out h
With an eye on reform, New Orleans is training officers to police each other
Orange County Register / Posted a month ago
dropped, was there in the room. “If somebody had said, ‘Hey, you’ve been out here for a while, why don’t you rest?’” Sgt. Stuart Smith said of his attitude before that confrontation and the miserable experience – media attention, courtrooms, a... Read more
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New York Post
Are celebrity wine-makers destroying an ancient art?give the back of your hand to the whole business of celebrity wine, you’ll prob
Are celebrity wine-makers destroying an ancient art?
New York Post / Posted 1 months ago
give the back of your hand to the whole business of celebrity wine, you’ll probably agree with veteran California winemaker Stuart Smith, who says, “My first thought is that celebrities getting into wine is God’s way of telling them that they have... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Students heading back to Roosevelt HS will find new labs and continued constructionstudents into their new classrooms Students are also getting a new gym for bot
Students heading back to Roosevelt HS will find new labs and continued construction
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 1 months ago
students into their new classrooms Students are also getting a new gym for both assemblies and sports. Athletic director Stuart Smith said while the gym with the nice new Nike logo is great, even more important is the pride the students will feel... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Honey Rose manslaughter case will drive up NHS waiting times, court toldof time and involve obvious symptoms that would lead to a health practitioner r
Honey Rose manslaughter case will drive up NHS waiting times, court told
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
of time and involve obvious symptoms that would lead to a health practitioner referring someone for immediate treatment But Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, said although it had been a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was crimin... Read more
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Harrow Times
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Harrow Times / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Bolton News
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Bolton News / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Croydon Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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The News and Star
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
The News and Star / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Northern Echo
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Northern Echo / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Kingston Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Bury Times
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Bury Times / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Gazette
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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guardian-series
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
guardian-series / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Gazette News
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
Gazette News / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prisonCrown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years an
Optometrist who failed to spot brain condition which killed boy spared prison
This is West Country / Posted 1 months ago
Crown Court heard. She had carried out thousands of examinations over years and was "generally competent". Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith, sentencing, said although it was a "single lapse", the breach of duty was so serious that it was criminal. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Optometrist sentenced after failing to spot 'lethal' fluid build in boy's eyelast month. SWNSRose denied the charge but was found guilty after a 10-day tri
Optometrist sentenced after failing to spot 'lethal' fluid build in boy's eye
Daily Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
last month. SWNSRose denied the charge but was found guilty after a 10-day trial last month Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Croydon Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Northern Echo
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Northern Echo / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Newham Recorder
East Ham eye doctor avoids jail after manslaughter convictionVincent’s death could have been prevented if she had “done her job properly”.
East Ham eye doctor avoids jail after manslaughter conviction
Newham Recorder / Posted 1 months ago
Vincent’s death could have been prevented if she had “done her job properly”. Sentencing the mother of three, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Kingston Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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Bury Times
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boydiscs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job pr
Optometrist spared jail for failing to spot brain condition which killed boy
Bury Times / Posted 1 months ago
discs and Vincent's death could have been prevented if she had "done her job properly". Sentencing Rose, Judge Jeremy Stuart-Smith said it was the first case if its type, as convictions for manslaughter by gross negligence generally involve... Read more
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