News archive from 16 March 2012, page 10

28% of NHS trusts raise parking fee

More than one in four hospital trusts have increased car parking charges for patients and visitors, according to new data. Hospitals in England make millions of pounds every year from parking, which is free for most people in Northern Ireland, Wales...

 

Home care for elderly 'disgraceful'

Older people are suffering "disgraceful" home care including missed medication and confinement to soiled beds, an undercover investigation has revealed. Undercover researchers for the Which? consumer group reported missed visits, food left...

 
SPOKE IN WHEELS OF FERNANDO ALONSO

SPOKE IN WHEELS OF FERNANDO ALONSO

So it is hardly surprising he turned to a cycling theme to bolster himself for disappointment should Ferrari make another dismal start to the season. Thunder and lightning eclipsed the Melbourne sun, providing a spectacular backdrop as the teams put...

 

Home care for elderly 'disgraceful'

ROCKETING fuel costs in rural Northumberland are having a profound effect on small businesses, it has been claimed, with those reliant on transport being hit hardest in the pocket. Town set to aim high for grant aid News Local News District News...

 

Services gap 'puts young at risk'

A lack of youth services is putting innocent children at risk of being caught up in gangs and violence on the streets, campaigners have said. Gary Trowsdale, chief executive of the Damilola Taylor Trust, said youngsters were being left with no choice...

 
Eating white rice 'could raise your risk of type 2 diabetes'

Eating white rice 'could raise your risk of type 2 diabetes'

The likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes could be increased by eating white rice, research suggests. The more white rice people eat, the higher their chance of developing the condition, according to a review of four studies involving around...

Daily Mail, 00:33 in Health
 
EIGHT MISSING AS FISHING BOAT SINKS

EIGHT MISSING AS FISHING BOAT SINKS

Eight people are feared dead after a fishing boat sank off New Zealand. Police said the Easy Rider was carrying three crew members and six passengers when it capsized near remote Stewart Island. One survivor was found about 18 hours later in the...

 
BOOK REVIEW - DRAWING CONCLUSIONS BY DONNA LEON

BOOK REVIEW - DRAWING CONCLUSIONS BY DONNA LEON

When he learns she was part of an organisation that cares for abused women and that her apartment was a safe house he is pulled into a dangerous web of lies and deceit. Perhaps it was not death by natural causes after all.

 

Services gap 'puts young at risk'

ROCKETING fuel costs in rural Northumberland are having a profound effect on small businesses, it has been claimed, with those reliant on transport being hit hardest in the pocket. Town set to aim high for grant aid News Local News District News...

 
ERIC ABIDAL TO UNDERGO LIVER TRANSPLANT

ERIC ABIDAL TO UNDERGO LIVER TRANSPLANT

A club statement said: “Given the development of his medical condition, Abidal will undergo a liver transplant in the following weeks. The transplant is an option that has been considered since the beginning of his treatment.”

 
BILL CUNNINGHAM NEW YORK FILM REVIEW

BILL CUNNINGHAM NEW YORK FILM REVIEW

Over the past 40 years this unassuming man has photographed the rich and famous in all their finery and chronicled the changing face of fashion trendsetters on the streets of New York. This affectionate documentary pays tribute to his dedicated...

 

28% of NHS trusts raise parking fee

ROCKETING fuel costs in rural Northumberland are having a profound effect on small businesses, it has been claimed, with those reliant on transport being hit hardest in the pocket. Town set to aim high for grant aid News Local News District News...

 

28% of NHS trusts raise parking fee

More than a quarter of hospital trusts have increased car parking charges for patients and visitors, according to new data. Hospitals in England make millions of pounds every year from parking, which is free for most people in Northern Ireland, Wales...

 

Navy support workers to strike

ROCKETING fuel costs in rural Northumberland are having a profound effect on small businesses, it has been claimed, with those reliant on transport being hit hardest in the pocket. Town set to aim high for grant aid News Local News District News...

 

Navy support workers to strike

Hundreds of workers at the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) are to go on strike at the end of the month in the bitter row over public sector pensions. The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said more than 600 of its members at the RFA, which supports...

 


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