Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 Local 2 GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases GPD on the hunt for Crown Bakery armed robbers Posted: Jul 24, 2018 4:09 PM Tuesday, July 24, 2018 4:09 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 2:09 AM EDT It's now day two into the manhunt for two suspects involved in Monday morning's armed robbery at the Crown Bakery in Barrigada. As reported, the victim was carrying the store's money on his way to the bank when one of the suspects threatened him with a hammer demanding cash. The suspect was caught on surveillance video jumping into the getaway car, which police say is a blue Toyota Paseo sedan. Authorities say that suspect has only been described as being possibly Chamorro, having a full beard and last seen wearing a red long sleeve … [Read more...] about GPD on the hunt for Crown Bakery armed robbers
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 Local 2 GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Navy plans outpatient medical facility in Sumay Posted: Jul 24, 2018 4:15 PM Tuesday, July 24, 2018 4:15 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 2:15 AM EDTBy Sabrina Salas [email protected] The Navy is planning to build a $56.7 million outpatient medical facility at Naval Base Guam. The clinical services will include primary care, family practice medical home care, optometry, physical therapy, industrial hygiene, preventative medicine and dental. Marine Colonel Brent Bien is the Officer in Charge of Marine Corps Activity Guam and told KUAM News, "The locations are chosen based on what the demand signal is, what the demand signal is programmed to be is probably … [Read more...] about Navy plans outpatient medical facility in Sumay
Usually, facial trauma doesn’t kill you, but it can cause significant disfigurement. Working as a surgeon in Glasgow in the early 2000s, Christine Goodall treated hundreds, if not thousands, of patients with injuries to the neck, face, head and jaw. Sometimes, the injuries were caused by a baseball bat, with shattered bones and bruising as bad as from a car accident. More often than not, it was a knife. A slash across the forehead or cheek, leaving a scar etched across the face; a machete wound to the jaw, slicing through the skin and breaking the bone underneath. One young man came into the hospital in the middle of the night with a knife wound across his face. Goodall dreaded the morning ward round the next day, when she would have to tell him that it would be impossible to avoid a serious scar. But his reaction surprised her. “He was very offhand about it,” she says. “Some of his friends came to see him later that afternoon and I realised why it wasn’t … [Read more...] about Should we treat crime as something to be cured rather than punished?
Celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth have focused attention on South Africa's progress since the euphoric 1994 elections that marked the end of apartheid. The country's emergence from decades of white-minority rule was greeted with optimism around the world, but over the last 24 years South Africa has struggled to live up to Mandela's vision. - Race and inequality - A World Bank report earlier this year declared that South Africa was the most unequal society in the world -- a damning indictment of the legacy of apartheid and the failure to tackle its aftermath. "Inequality has increased since the end of apartheid in 1994," the report said. "Race still affects the ability to find a job, as well as the wages received once employed." The report, which revealed three million more South Africans had slipped into poverty between 2011 and 2015, triggering vows of renewed action from President Cyril Ramaphosa. Racism remains a constant theme of life, with racist … [Read more...] about South Africa after Mandela — high hopes dashed?
It is an institution every one of us has turned to at some time. Most of us were born with their help and they are there to guide us through some of the most difficult times in our lives. And thanks to the NHS we do not have to worry about being financially crippled when we are ill. This amazing organisation turns 70 today, when health secretary Aneurin Bevan launched the NHS in 1948. We take a look at those that help ensure it continues to be a life saver for so many even if budgets are stretched. Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has around 1,000 inpatient beds, employs more than 8,900 full and part-time staff and provides planned and emergency hospital services for almost 603,000 people in Hull and the East Riding. Hull Royal Infirmary provides acute medical and surgical services as well as emergency care. Castle Hill Hospital is the main site for cardiac and planned surgical services and is the regional centre for oncology and haematology. A Major Trauma Centre for the … [Read more...] about Here are 70 of Hull’s NHS heroes as it celebrates its 70th birthday