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PATIENTS will be consulted on plans to create two new surgeries after a proposal to move GPs into an Oxford community centre was abandoned.
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The BBC will have to spend the same on programmes per head in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales under new plans outlined by regulator Ofcom.
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Mar 29, 2017 It’s not just firms in Silicon Valley that are waiting with baited breath to see how their hiring processes may have to change due to recent changes in U.S. immigration policies. By far, the technology industry is responsible for sponsoring more H-1B visas in the U.S. than any other industry. These visas enable companies offering everything from computer data retrieval services to coding to recruit workers from abroad, with the majority coming from Asia. For technology majors in foreign countries who have plans of coming to the U.S. after graduation, these recent changes can be life changing. And for U.S. based tech firms who have long depended on international recruiting efforts, a major overhaul of both how and where they will source their talent is soon to come. Expedited H1-B Visa Processing Set To End Normally, computer and tech firms sponsoring employees from other nations would be able to quickly fill their ranks by getting visa applications expedited.
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Lynton and Lynmouth are set to lose their rapid response ambulance unit this year, with residents facing a 30 minute wait for emergency assistance to come from Barnstaple or Ilfracombe.In a bid to rationalise services in the area plans were presented by two representatives of the South West Ambulance Trust to Lynton and Lynmouth's Town Council on 23rd of February which included the proposal to the remove of rapid response unit. The decision is now under review but Councillors are concerned that...
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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP told a group of senators that he expected politicians would be able to reach a deal on healthcare, without offering specifics on how they would do it or what had changed since a healthcare reform bill was pulled last week for insufficient support.
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Plans were submitted this week to relocate the Ashby Market to a new site on the nearby Broadway at a cost of £800,000. Subject to planning permission, work could start on Broadway in June ready for the new market to open in the autumn Following consultation with more 200 shoppers and traders earlier this year council chiefs claim the overall response was positive about the potential to relocate the market to a busier area of Ashby High Street and it was recognised by many that the...
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MUMBAI: Mankind Pharma today said it has plans to invest Rs 305 crore in its new venture Pathkind Diagnostics in the next 4 years. Mankind Pharma is a USD 800 million pharmaceutical firm. "We are foraying into diagnostics space with new venture Pathkind Diagnostics. In the coming 4 years, the company has a plan to invest Rs 305 crore in its new venture, which will start its operation from August 2017," a company statement said. "As a part of the strategy, Pathkind would aim to reach out to the masses in tier 2/3 cities in India with the direct approach of providing easily accessible diagnostics services at affordable prices," it added. The decision to launch Pathkind is to focus on organic growth. The company is planning to open 12 large labs, 20 rapid response labs and 150 collection centres in 12 months and will operate on a three-tier model, said the statement.
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PATIENTS will be consulted on plans to create two new surgeries after a proposal to move GPs into an Oxford community centre was abandoned.
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Margate's Dreamland has announced further expansion to this year's plans leading it to push back the opening date.
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Plans were submitted this week to relocate the Ashby Market to a new site on the nearby Broadway at a cost of £800,000. Subject to planning permission, work could start on Broadway in June ready for the new market to open in the autumn Following consultation with more 200 shoppers and traders earlier this year council chiefs claim the overall response was positive about the potential to relocate the market to a busier area of Ashby High Street and it was recognised by many that the...
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Wi-Fi calling is finally coming to O2 in an attempt to catch up to other UK networks such as Vodafone and Three. Wi-Fi and 4G calling will allow you to make and receive phone calls when you don't have normal phone signal but you have a stable internet connection. It's limited at the moment though - this will only work on the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus , but O2 plans to bring it to more phones very soon. A new way to call Even if you own an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you may not live in the right place to use it. It's limited to London, Slough and Leeds for the time being, but O2 is hoping to bring it to other cities around the UK as soon as possible. If you meet these criteria, you should soon receive a software update that will allow you to use both Wi-Fi calling and 4G calling. O2 also offers a solution for Wi-Fi calling with an app called Tu Go, but you have to install a separate app to be able to access your calls over the internet, so this new feature will mean it'll work much simpler.
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The inquiry set up by Lewisham council into its controversial plans to seize land around The Den will begin next week.
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Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey will star as the gun-toting Roland Deschain and the evil wizard Walter Padick respectively, and they're both on a quest to reach the magical Dark Tower of the title - a place that could decide the fate of their reality. Think The Neverending Story but with more guns and fewer luck dragons, and you're somewhere close to The Dark Tower . If the movie's a success, expect further movies and a TV series to continue King's epic saga. 23. The LEGO Batman Movie Was everything still awesome? It had been three years since The LEGO Movie by the time The LEGO Batman Movie landed in cinemas. Warner Bros still has plans for several LEGO features, with Ninjago also due later in 2017. But it was the return of Will Arnett’s wonderfully wry Dark Knight that got us the most excited. Chris McKay, who co-directed The LEGO Movie , helmed this one.