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  1. Our Guinness Pro12 team of the season so far: Just FIVE Welshmen make the all-star select XVRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    With the first month of the season gone, Anthony Woolford picks his team of the Guinness Pro12... and two of our regions have no representation in it at all So with one month of the Guinness Pro12 season gone, just who should make the team of the competition so far? It's been a mixed bag for the four Welsh regions on the whole, with the outstanding start of the Ospreys, which has seen them soar to the top of the table, contrasting with the mediocre to poor showing of our other three sides. And while the Ospreys have made a blistering four wins from four start, Ulster and Glasgow have been the other teams to stand out.

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  2. General Practitioner recommends natural methods for insomniaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Oct. 1, 2014 - CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- Each year there is a growing number of people who suffers from insomnia. Sleeping five hours or less per night increases our mortality rate from diseases and accidents by 15%.

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  3. Nurse who taped man's mouth was 'happy-go-lucky'Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    A NURSE held his head in his hands and said he wanted to return home to the Philippines after being asked why he put surgical tape across the mouth of a patient. Bimbo Paden has admitted placing tape across the mouth of 'Patient A', a "vulnerable" man who was 13-year resident of St John's Community Hospital in Sligo after having suffered a brain haemorrhage.

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  4. 'Severe understaffing added to unsafe workload put on male nurse who...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Independent.ie

    A "severely understaffed" hospital added to the "unsafe" workload placed on a male nurse who taped the mouth of a severely brain damaged patient, an inquiry was told. Bimbo Paden had worked at St John's Community Hospital in Sligo where he has admitted placing surgical tape on 'Patient A', a "vulnerable" man who was resident there for 13 years having suffered a brain haemorrhage.

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  5. Inquiry hears details of patients' needsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | RTE.ie

    A fitness to practise inquiry into a nurse who put surgical tape over the mouth of a patient with brain damage has resumed at the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. Staff nurse Bimbo Paden worked at St John's Community Hospital in Sligo and the allegations of professional misconduct relate to events on 26 June 2013.

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  6. Naturist Tourists in IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BellaOnline

    Prepare to have some concepts you have about Ireland reconfigured. What usually comes to your mind when you think of Irish tourism? Castles, shamrocks, diddly-dee music, and that Guinness is good for you, would be classic responses.

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  7. Nurse taped patient mouth 'in a moment of stupidness'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Independent.ie

    A NURSE who placed surgical tape over the mouth of a severely brain damaged patient, accepted that the action amounted to professional misconduct. Bimbo Paden had worked at St John's Community Hospital in Sligo since 2001, shortly after arriving in Ireland from the Philippines.

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  8. Nurse who placed surgical tape over patient's mouth 'accepts'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | Independent.ie

    A NURSE placed surgical tape over the mouth of a severely brain damaged patient, who could not speak, after a terminally ill cancer sufferer with memory loss became "distressed" by the "loud" noises he was making. Bimbo Paden had worked at St John's Community Hospital in Sligo since 2001, shortly after arriving in Ireland from the Philippines.

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  9. Nurse faces professional misconduct allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | RTE.ie

    A nurse who placed surgical tape over a patient's mouth is facing a fitness to practise inquiry by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. The allegations of professional misconduct are against staff nurse Bimbo Paden, who worked at St John's Community Hospital in Sligo, over an incident on 26 June 2013.

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  10. Crospon Receives Expanded Indications from FDA for EsoFLIP Dilation CatheterRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Crospon has today announced that it has received clearance from the US FDA for expanded indications of use for its EsoFLIP balloon dilation catheter line. The new ES-320 dilation catheter is used for dilation of esophageal strictures due to esophageal surgery, gastro-esophageal reflux and radiation therapy.

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  11. Trailblazer: Meet the future. Her name is LaurenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Independent.ie

    The nine-year-old has designed her own hit website and is a member of CoderDojo, where young people are re-inventing the world. Graham Clifford reports Behind the desk in her office, nine-year-old Lauren Boyle is explaining to me how she built one of her three websites - and I'm struggling to keep up.

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  12. VPS: New SmartTower Technology Used to Protect Ryder Cup CoverageRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | PR-inside.com

    As the eyes of the sporting world watch the 2014 Ryder Cup Gleneagles this weekend, an innovative piece of VPS Site-Security technology will help keep the TV coverage on-air for the millions of viewers expected. VPS, the European leaders in vacant property management, have supplied their award-winning SmartTower CCTV system to help protect and secure the television and media compound at Gleneagles during the event.

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  13. Jersey City acting couple together in NYC playRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | The Jersey Journal

    PAUL NUGENT of Jersey City is starring in "The McGowan Trilogy" now on stage in New York. Blood, brain-bending wordplay and black comedy await audiences at "The McGowan Trilogy," a New York City play starring actors from Jersey City.

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  14. John Giduck Gives Foodies Advice on Where to Travel this FallRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | PRWeb

    John Giduck, a leading travel agent, is providing information on the best places for food lovers to go this fall. No matter where travelers go, one of the best aspects of a vacation is tasting the local cuisine.

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  15. Project home with a difference - get thee to a churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Independent.ie

    CONVERTING a deconsecrated church for a home has always been a temptation for those seeking both a project and a property with a difference - especially given the steady supply of cheap churches to market in Ireland. The rewards of living in a spiritual home can be rich but there are also many caveats, as I myself discovered when I returned home to Ireland after a six-year stint abroad and ended up living in a church steeple.

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  16. Modern-day chieftain from Boston hailed at his 'home' in ConnemaraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA

    Clifden Confidential: Mayor Walsh made a surprise appearance at Lowry's Pub in Clifden, Co., Galway, on Saturday, where he had a chat with 75-year-old Henry Kenneally.

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  17. GENBAND International Business Services Centre Headquarters Gets New...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | WebWire

    GENBAND TM, a leading developer of software-based real time communications solutions, today announced that it has relocated its Galway-based International Business Services Centre headquarters to the Parkmore West Business Park in Galway, Ireland. GENBAND's Business Services Centre supports mission-critical company operations including Order Management, Procurement, Logistics, Finance and Accounting, Payroll and Legal in nearly 30 countries throughout the world.

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  18. Mum 'showed signs of acute kidney failure and liver problems on the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Independent.ie

    A mother who died days after giving birth showed signs of acute kidney failure and liver problems on the day she had a Caesarian section, an inquest into her death has heard. Dhara Kivlehan, 29 and originally from India, died in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital on September 28 2010 after being airlifted from Sligo hospital where she had given birth and suffered a severe strain of pre-eclampsia.

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  19. The Soul's Migration: Where Will You Fly?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Patheos

    As autumn tilts us toward the season of growing darkness, consider this an invitation to yield to the mystery of your own heart's desires. Fin and feather, flesh, blood and bone: the earth calls its creatures to leave the familiar, turn again into the unknown; to move steadily and continuously and at great risk toward an invisible goal, expending great energy with the possibility of failure... ~ Marianne Worcester I write these words from the shores of Cape May, NJ where I am leading a retreat.

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  20. Irish peacekeeping troops given go-ahead to continue UN mission in strife-torn Golan HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Independent.ie

    Defence Minister Simon Coveney reviews the personnel of the 46th Infantry Group at Costume Barracks, Athlone. Photo: James Flynn/APX.

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