News archive from 9 November 2012

Trust wants patient to pay for medical record

Trust wants patient to pay for medical record

A PATIENT has been told by hospital bosses that he must pay £2,000 for a copy of an ultrasound scan of his heart after requesting the records more than a year ago. Andrew Brown, of St John’s, Worcester, asked for a copy of a cardiac ultrasound...

 
Jermain Defoe hat-trick repays Andre Villas-Boas's tactics against Maribor

Jermain Defoe hat-trick repays Andre Villas-Boas's tactics against Maribor

It was Spurs who started the first half the brighter in their Group J encounter and Defoe made his side's pressure count when he converted from a Gareth Bale cross.But chaos at the back gave the visitors a simple equaliser, when goalkeeper Hugo Lloris...

Metro, 22:04 in Sport
 

Community News - Sutton

Townswomen's Guild Members raised £68 for Princess Royal Trust with a walk at Lawn Park. They also had a walk around Cromford, Derbyshire, with lunch at Willesley Castle. Some members attended a Mothers’ Union service at New Cross Community Church. At...

 

Biker banned

A BIKER caught by North Yorkshire Police has pleaded guilty to speeding at 144mph. Gary Dobson, 40, submitted a guilty plea by post to Selby Magistrates Court last Thursday. He will be sentenced today. Dobson, who lives in Halifax, was caught...

 
Samsung Upsets The Apple Cart With The S III

Samsung Upsets The Apple Cart With The S III

Samsung's Galaxy S III overtook Apple's iPhone 4S as the world's best-selling smartphone for the first time in the third quarter, a research firm has revealed. Boston-based Strategy Analytics said 18 million S IIIs were sold in the third quarter of...

 

Spurs 3 Maribor 1: Defoe hits hat-trick to reward AVBs faith after Lloris gaffe

Jermain Defoe hit a hat-trick as a vibrant Spurs sealed their first win of their Europa League campaign, dispatching Slovenian outfit Maribor at White Hart Lane. Defoe opened the scoring after 22 minutes, with the lively striker connecting with Gareth...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 
Banks Fund Hires New Boss

Banks Fund Hires New Boss

The small business fund set up by Britain's biggest banks as part of an industry charm offensive will announce tomorrow the recruitment of another executive as it rebuffs political sniping about its contribution to the economic recovery. I understand...

 
Anger grows as Florida election officials continue to count votes

Anger grows as Florida election officials continue to count votes

Miami-Dade's mayor Carlos Gimenez said it was 'inexcusable' that ballot papers were still being counted in his county. Photograph: Michele Eve Sandberg/Corbis Anger and frustration was growing in Florida on Thursday after beleaguered officials...

 
Hunted: series one, episode six

Hunted: series one, episode six

Hunted … so why won't Aidan tell Sam his real name? Is it really embarrassing? Photograph: BBC/Kudos Spoiler alert: this blog is for those watching Hunted on BBC1. Please do not read on if you haven't seen episode six. Julia Raeside's episode five...

Guardian, 22:11 in Showbiz
 
Top role in Middle East for former East Lancashire schoolboy

Top role in Middle East for former East Lancashire schoolboy

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter SIR Vincent Fean has risen from relatively-humble beginnings in Burnley to become one of the diplomatic world’s leading lights. As Consul General of Jerusalem, he champions British interests in one of the world’s most...

 

Gun arrest

ARMED police were on the streets of Sherburn on Sunday after a man was seen in the street carrying a replica firearm. The village’s Park Avenue was closed for several hours whilst police dealt with the incident. A spokeswoman for North Yorkhire Police...

 

SOS welcomes hospital report

SAVE Our Surgery, the Selby Times backed group formed to fight for the retention of children's heart surgery services in Yorkshire, has said it is extremely concerned following the Care Quality Commission's report into Bristol Children's Hospital's...

 

Thumbs up for school grub!

NORTH Yorkshire schoolchildren have been joining in the celebrations for National School Meals Week, a campaign to promote healthy lifestyles and healthy school dinners in primary and secondary schools, this week. The week has included a range of...

 

Katy Carr: Paszport – review

Buy it from Buy the CD Download as MP3 Katy Carr Paszport Deluce Recordings 2012 Katy Carr has a mission: to publicise stories of the Polish forces during the second world war. In doing so she has created one of the most unusual, passionate and...

 

Gun arrest

ARMED police were on the streets of Sherburn on Sunday after a man was seen in the street carrying a replica firearm. The village’s Park Avenue was closed for several hours whilst police dealt with the incident. A spokeswoman for North Yorkhire Police...

 


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