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September 13, 2018 12:08 AM Nurse struck off for sex with his patient

A NURSE has been struck off for having sex with a patient. But a fitness to practise hearing found allegations against him proven and that his actions amounted to misconduct. Giving evidence the woman said she had sex with Wallbank in a hotel the evening after being discharged. The Nursing and Midwifery Council panel said his behaviour was an “abuse 7

September 11, 2018 7:24 AM Southend Hospital pays out £10m after boy, ten, suffers cerebral palsy due to being starved of oxygen at birth

The parents of a 10-year-old boy who suffers from a form of cerebral palsy as a result of being starved of oxygen during birth have agreed a damages package approaching £10 million with hospital bosses, a High Court judge has been told. Mr Justice Lavender approved a settlement between the couple and bosses at Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation 14

September 8, 2018 1:41 AM Police lieutenant to plead to illegal sale of 100-plus..

Police lieutenant to plead to illegal sale of 100-plus guns LOS ANGELES (AP) - A former Southern California police lieutenant who also acted as a department spokesman has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the illegal sale of more than 100 guns, prosecutors said Friday. Former Pasadena Police Lt. Vasken Gourdikian of Sierra Madre signed an agreement 7

September 6, 2018 7:00 AM Indee Rose Trust calls for better awareness and funding for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

PARENTS of children who lost their battle with cancer are calling for greater awareness and research as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is held around the country. According to Children with Cancer, which organises the awareness month, there are around 1,600 new cases of childhood cancer diagnosed every year in the UK in children aged up to 14-years-old 5

September 5, 2018 5:04 AM Hospital staff lobby board over pay rise

The staff, including cleaners, porters and caterers, are employed by Bolton iFM and a group of them lobbied iFM board members yesterday on the way in to their meeting. Margaret, a long-standing member of staff who works as a cleaner, said to the board meeting: “I’ve worked for 20 years in the NHS and now I’m on poverty pay. We should be paid proper NHS pay.” This year NHS staff 14

September 4, 2018 12:09 PM GMB union backs referendum on final terms of Brexit

The large Labour donor piles pressure on political leaders to hold a public vote, after Theresa May ruled it out. General Secretary Tim Roache said that promises made during 2016 campaign were "not the reality we are facing". He added that just as the union ballots members on negotiated settlements made on their behalf, so should the government get approval 10

September 4, 2018 10:07 AM Man talked down from roof of Basildon Mental Health Unit, near to hospital

A man has been rescued from the roof of a mental health services building. Residents reported seeing a number of police cars at the Essex Mental Health Services Hospital, close to Basildon Hospital. Basildon Hospital has confirmed the man was a patient of Essex Mental Health Services, which is run independently to the hospital. A spokesman from Essex 11

September 3, 2018 11:22 PM DeChambeau boosts Ryder Cup hopes by claiming second successive victory in Boston

Bryson DeChambeau boosts Ryder Cup hopes by claiming second successive victory at the Dell Technologies Championship in Boston In-form Bryson DeChambeau left Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk in no doubt he will be a valuable wildcard after a second successive victory in the FedEx Cup series. The 24-year-old will not have long to wait for confirmation as Furyk's 10

September 3, 2018 8:01 AM Covingham school hosting exhibition for centenary of World War One's end

A COVINGHAM school will be honouring the centenary of the First World War's conclusion in November. Covingham Park Primary School will host a commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of the end of World War One on Saturday November 3. A pop-up museum will be set up in the school halls for visitors to peruse. Dining rooms will be decorated and staged 12

September 2, 2018 12:34 AM 10,000 more patients die each year on waiting lists

THE number of patients who die while languishing on NHS waiting lists has rocketed, new figures suggest. At least 10,000 extra people every year never receive the treatment they have been waiting for compared with five years ago. The statistics come from only half of England’s hospital trusts, suggesting the true figure is higher. Labour described the figures 9