Lewisham, England Newswire (Page 10)

Lewisham, England Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Mum ''would have aborted daughter'' if she'd ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    Amanda McGuinn and her husband Paul say NHS doctors were negligent for not picking up on "abnormalities" in their unborn child Matild A mother who admits she would have aborted her child if she had known she was disabled is now suing the NHS for "wrongful birth." Amanda McGuinn, 38, and her husband Paul say NHS doctors were negligent for not picking up on "abnormalities" in their unborn child Matilda that should have alerted them to her condition.

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  2. Mother sues NHS for not revealing her baby was going to be born disabledRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | Daily Mail

    A mother is reportedly suing the NHS for not revealing her baby was going to be born severely disabled - saying she 'would have had an abortion' if she had known. Amanda McGuinn and her husband Paul, both 38, have lodged a legal bid against Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust citing 'wrongful birth'.

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  3. Rush hour nightmare as signalling problems cause delays near Lewisham until 10pmRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | News Shopper

    Southeastern commuters could face chaos during this evening's rush hour, with disruption in the Lewisham area expected to last until 10pm. Cannon Street trains on the Sidcup line are unable to stop at the station, and passengers are being advised to use alternative routes or change at London Bridge.

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  4. Commuters will face delays this evening because of signalling problems near Lewisham.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | This is Local London

    Southeastern commuters could face chaos during this evening's rush hour, with disruption in the Lewisham area expected to last until 10pm. Cannon Street trains on the Sidcup line are unable to stop at the station, and passengers are being advised to use alternative routes or change at London Bridge.

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  5. Deptford teenager Myron Yarde was stabbed to death in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | News Shopper

    The fatal stabbing of a Deptford teenager in New Cross was the "brutal culmination" of a brawl sparked by a bike theft earlier that day in an ongoing turf war, a court heard today. Aspiring rapper Myron Yarde, 17, also known by the stage name MDOT, was killed in Camplin Street on April 3 this year after a fight that started in New Cross Road.

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  6. Phone Home - Shoreditch Town HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | IndieLondon

    Theatre, Pathos Theater Munich, and Highway Productions are presenting Phone Home at Shoreditch Town Hall - from October 19 to October 30, 2016. Drawn from workshops with refugees and migrants in three countries, Phone Home is based on real life experiences in a co-production between the UK's Upstart Theatre, Pathos Theater Munich, and Highway Productions in Greece.

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  7. Telecoms Giant Fined by TfL for Mismanaging Streetworks for Second Time in Four MonthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | Mass Transit

    Transport for London has successfully prosecuted telecommunications company Vodafone for the second time this year as part of its commitment to ensure that road works cause as little disruption as possible to road users. Vodafone's offences, which took place between February and March this year, include working without a permit in Borough High Street and failing to serve the required streetworks notices before starting work at St Thomas Street in Southwark, Loampit Vale in Lewisham and Bishopsgate in the City of London.

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  8. The most eye-watering births revealed as heaviest baby in England last year weighed almost 16 poundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    In eye-watering reading for potential mothers, the newborn was recorded by the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust weighing in at an incredible 15lb 8oz . The delivery eclipsed the previous year's heaviest baby, born at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, weighing 15 lb 14 oz.

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  9. Vodafone Fined for Unauthorised RoadworksRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2016 | Cellular News

    Vodafone's offences, which took place between February and March this year, include working without a permit in Borough High Street and failing to serve the required streetworks notices before starting work at St Thomas Street in Southwark, Loampit Vale in Lewisham and Bishopsgate in the City of London. Ahead of a hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court on 28 September, Vodafone pleaded guilty to the offences and the company was fined a total of 3,500 and ordered to pay prosecution costs of 3,020.

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  10. Imprivata Congratulates UK Winners of EHI Awards 2016 for innovation in healthcare ITRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | PR Log

    Oct. 4, 2016 - PRLog -- ImprivataA , the healthcare IT security company, extends its congratulations to all winners and finalists of the recent EHI Awards 2016, held on Thursday, September 29th in London. Imprivata is especially proud that many of the recognized innovators are also customers and advisory board members that have demonstrated tremendous success deploying Imprivata's solutions.

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  11. Woman died in childbirth after constipation bent her womb out of shapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | Metro UK News

    D'Lissa Parkes, 26, lost over two litres of blood after being admitted for a C-section and died a few hours later after giving birth to daughter S'Riaah. She had checked herself in to Lewisham Hospital the day before her death with crippling labour pains but was sent back home after being told she was in too early stages of labour, an inquest heard.

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  12. Young mum who died during C-section was suffering with such severe...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    D'Lissa Parkes, 26, bled to death and oxygen starvation left her daughter S'Riaah with severe brain damage but colon blockage was not acted on by medics The family of a woman who died after she was admitted for a C-section want to know why the procedure wasn't performed earlier and why a earlier diagnosed colon blockage was not known to maternity staff. D'Lissa Parkes, 26, bled to death and oxygen starvation left her daughter S'Riaah with such severe brain damage she is unlikely to ever walk or speak.

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  13. Campaigners plan London day of action in A&E battleRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2016 | Halifax Courier

    DISGRUNTLED health campaigners from across the country are teaming up with a group fighting the closure of Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's accident and emergency department for a day of action in London. Members of the Hands Off HRI campaign group are travelling to the capital next Monday, on October 10, to hand over a petition of around 80,000 signatures to officials at both Downing Street and the Department of Health.

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  14. 27-year-old dies after car crash in LewishamRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2016 | News Shopper

    The pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene on Saturday , just after 3am in Romborough Way, at the junction with Lewisham High Street. The 34-year-old driver of the vehicle, who stopped at the scene, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs.

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  15. 108Read the original story

    Oct 1, 2016 | Diamond Geezer

    Yesterday afternoon I thought I'd ride the newly-realigned 108 bus route between Lewisham and Stratford International. It's only supposed to take an hour, according to the timetable.

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  16. Drone flies 'weapons and escape kit' including hacksaw blades...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2016 | Daily Mail

    An audacious jail breakout has been foiled after an 'escape kit' including hacksaw blades and screwdrivers flown in by a drone was spotted by prison officers. A bundle dropped on top of a roof inside HMP Hewell in Worcestershire also contained cannabis, mobile phones, chargers, superglue and razor blades.

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  17. Residents attack council's proposals to build 4,500 homes in Swanley and HextableRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | News Shopper

    Michael Jenkins, sixth in from the left, has gathered support to oppose the council's Swanley and Hextable Master Vision plan Mr Michael Jenkins, 71, has lived in Swanley for the past 40 years and is against Sevenoaks District Council's Swanley and Hextable Master Vision plan. The council's preferred program includes the relocation of the train station and up to 4,500 homes erected in the Swanley area: 1,500 new homes in the town centre and a further 3,000 family homes in a new Swanley Garden Village.

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  18. Campaigners fighting to save London's last public golf course call for more timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | News Shopper

    Campaigners fighting to save Lewisham's 100-year-old public golf course have called for its closure to be postponed in a bid to explore other options. The 18-hole course in Beckenham Place Park is set to shut in just over a month, after Lewisham Council said the facility was not generating enough profit to continue.

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  19. Year 3 Teacher/ KS2 TeacherForest HillSmart Teachers are recruiting...Read the original story

    Sep 30, 2016 | Times Educational Supplement

    Smart Teachers are recruiting for a Year 3 Teacher / KS2 Teacher to join a 'Good' primary school in Forest Hill, Lewisham. Starting January 2017 this is a full time maternity cover role for the academic year, with the potential to go permanent.

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  20. Millwall decision delayed again 'pending an investigation'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2016 | News Shopper

    A decision was expected to be reached at a meeting of the Mayor and Cabinet yesterday evening but an new document has reportedly come to light which has postpoined proceedings. Councillor Alan Hall said: "The Compulsory Purchase Order decision would have been in place now if scrutiny Councillors had not referred this matter back to the Cabinet.

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