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Bristol Post
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At least 10 people from Bristol area have killed themselves in the past 18 months despite being known to mental health services.An analysis of inquest reports over the past 18 months from end of July 2015 revealed the most high-profile cases in that time came about from a failure of the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP) NHS Trust.The trust was told by health watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in September last year that it needed to improve.AWP is...
TechCrunch
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In just a couple months, Disrupt will have landed in the greatest city in the world, New York. And with it, comes some of the brightest minds in the world. Disrupt is the biggest tech startup conference in the world. Not only do we have amazing speakers on our stage, but we also turn the stage into a launchpad for the coolest new startups on the scene as part of the TC Disrupt Battlefield. Read More
SiteProNews
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83-billion all-cash deal last July and all appeared rosy for the tech titan who had been trying for months to spin off of its core Web business — which includes search, mail and messenger. The deal pleased Yahoo shareholders who were unhappy with Yahoo's slow turnaround process under CEO Marissa Mayer. When Yahoo admitted in September to a 2014 data breach impacting 500 million user accounts , its deal with Verizon appeared to be shaky. Then, in December, when Yahoo admitted to a hack in 2013, this time affecting one billion accounts , the deal appeared to be in genuine peril. While it is uncertain how much rumor mongering played a role in media reports of the deal being scrapped, it is safe to say that Mayer must be breathing a sigh of relief that the transaction is back on track. We continue to be very excited to join forces with Verizon and AOL, Mayer said.
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At least 10 people from Bristol area have killed themselves in the past 18 months despite being known to mental health services.An analysis of inquest reports over the past 18 months from end of July 2015 revealed the most high-profile cases in that time came about from a failure of the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP) NHS Trust.The trust was told by health watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in September last year that it needed to improve.AWP is...
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Daily Mail - Entertainment
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An insider has now revealed that Danny's return to the show will be in 'a matter of weeks and not months'.
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Sky News
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Sky's senior correspondent, Ian Woods, reports. Elor Azaria had smiled his way through his trial, conviction and now sentence for manslaughter. The judge who jailed him for 18-months said he had shown no remorse, but most Israelis seem to think he had nothing to apologise for.
Sky News
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For now, thank you. An Israeli soldier has been jailed for 18-months for killing a wounded Palestinian attacker after video emerged of him shooting the 21-year-old in Hebron last year. The high-profile case has split opinion across the country over when and how soldiers are entitled to use lethal force against attackers.
Top Speed
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Its been less than two months since we passed into a new year and we already had two auto shows here in the U.S. But, while Detroit brought many important debuts, Chicago was rather disappointing aside from a few Toyota models and a Mopar-made Dodge Challenger. Meanwhile, the Canadian International Auto Show kicked off in Toronto and a quick look through the showroom revealed a lot of supercar action. More than we usually get from this type of event and definitely a lot more excitement compared to Chicago and, to some extent, Detroit too. Specifically, visitors are able to take a closer look at some of the hottest supercars available in 2017. There the Aventador S, which debuted recently with new looks and more power, and the Bugatti Chiron, which is likely to become the worlds fastest production vehicle really soon. Theres also a bespoke Pagani Huayra on display.
Top Speed
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Of course, the Brute’s main attribute is its injection-molded, composite cargo bed. The Wrangler’s frame is actually lengthened by several inches, giving enough room for the cargo bed and the ability to store a full-size spare tire between the frame rails. Sadly the Brute’s days are numbered. Jeep is mere months away from debuting the next-generation Wrangler, dubbed the JL. As most Jeep enthusiasts know, the Wrangler JL will be offered in a pickup version, dubbed the JT. With Jeep soon making its own Wrangler pickup, AEV will end production of the Wrangler JK Brute. AEV’s order books are closing March 31, so those wanting a piece of Jeep history better act fast. The Brute Double Cab starts at $41,665, not including the donor Jeep, which can range from $30,000 to $50,000. Pricing can well exceed the $100,000 mark with all the available add-ons selected.
Forbes
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It’s a nightmare situation: Youve spent months searching for your dream house, finally get an offer accepted, and then … the house doesnt appraise for the agreed-upon price. Now what?
Mondoweiss
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An Israeli court on Tuesday sentenced Elor Azaria to 18 months in prison, one-year probation and a demotion of his military rank, a month after the Israeli soldier was found guilty of manslaughter. Azaria shot and killed Abd al-Fattah al-Sharif in March after al-Sharif had already been shot and injured following an alleged attempted stabbing attack in Hebron. Following the court’s sentencing, Azaria’s defense vowed to appeal the ruling, while several high-ranking Israeli politicians called for a pardon in his case. The main evidence in the case was footage caught on camera by Imad Abu Shamsiya , a Palestinian resident of Hebron who had been provided a camera by Human Rights Defenders specifically to document instances such as the shooting and other human rights violations in Hebron. Abu Shamsiya told Mondoweiss he is grateful he was around to film the incident, because without the camera footage he feels certain Azaria would never have been taken to court, let alone serve time in prison.
The Economist - Middle East and Africa
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IT HAS been a disaster in agonising slow motion. To cut costs, health officials in Gauteng province (South Africa’s economic hub, which includes Johannesburg and Pretoria) decided to transfer psychiatric patients from specialised private hospitals to care homes run by charities. Family members, psychologists and advocacy groups all warned that this could be dangerous for the patients. They pleaded with Qedani Mahlangu, the provincial health minister, and even went to court to try to stop the move, arguing that vulnerable people were being rushed into dodgy homes that would not provide proper care. Ignoring their concerns, Ms Mahlangu went ahead. Some 1,300 patients were moved over several months last year. An ombudsman’s report described this process as a “cattle auction market”, with care homes jostling over which patients they wanted. Some sent pickup trucks to fetch them.
The Economist - Middle East and Africa
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IT HAS been a disaster in agonising slow motion. To cut costs, health officials in Gauteng province (South Africa’s economic hub, which includes Johannesburg and Pretoria) decided to transfer psychiatric patients from specialised private hospitals to care homes run by charities. Family members, psychologists and advocacy groups all warned that this could be dangerous for the patients. They pleaded with Qedani Mahlangu, the provincial health minister, and even went to court to try to stop the move, arguing that vulnerable people were being rushed into dodgy homes that would not provide proper care. Ignoring their concerns, Ms Mahlangu went ahead. Some 1,300 patients were moved over several months last year. An ombudsman’s report described this process as a “cattle auction market”, with care homes jostling over which patients they wanted. Some sent pickup trucks to fetch them.
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The Points Guy
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A few months ago, I was able to take advantage of an unbelievable mistake fare from San Francisco (SFO) to Auckland (AKL) , where I paid just $361 for the round-trip ticket — with a deal like that, how could I not jump at the opportunity?! But I also had to find a place to stay, so I decided to make the most of my time in the city by staying at a couple of different propertiesstay tuned for full reviews of the others, coming soon to TPG. In This Post Booking The Hilton is one of the only points-hotels in Auckland, which was kind of surprising to hear when I first started looking at places to say. I ended up booking my one-night stay at the property during a Hilton sale and the total came to 334 NZD (~$240). It's a Category 7 Hilton hotel requiring 30,00060,000 Honors points for a free night, so based on TPG's most recent valuations , I came out ahead by paying in cash rather than redeeming points since it would have otherwise cost me 50,000 Honors points per night.
Design Milk - Art
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The pins also allow constant and continued interchangeability during his improvisational process that can span several months for a larger piece. Whatever his reason, the result is an experience that feels alive – as hundreds of elements shift with every footstep. marked by stigmata, 2017 (side view) This new body of work apparently takes root from a bizarre 1930's play There is no More Firmament by Antonin Artaud, that is set in the year 2000, over 60 years into the future from the time it was written. I get the sense that Hundley likes to overload his mind with stories, obsessions and paradoxes so complex that they provide sufficient sustained interest to produce these time-consuming works. Though I can’t for the life of me pull out a plot from any one of these works, for me too, they are none-the-less 100% attention-monopolizing.