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Oxford, England · Oxford
Three-quarters of knife crime 'by first-time offenders'
Nearly three-quarters of cautions or convictions for knife crime in Devon and Cornwall were handed to first-time offenders. Anti-knife crime charity the Ben Kinsella Trust said the high proportion of first time offenders is a "red flag" Home Office said the number of hospital admissions for young people with serious knife injuries has fallen in recent years.See the Story
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Tens of millions of pounds needed to repair crumbling buildings at the University Hospitals of Bristol and Weston
NHS Providers said the rate at which the bill is rising is "alarming" The body represents NHS hospital, mental health, community and ambulance services. The most expensive site was Derriford Hospital, with £79.8m needed. The maintenance backlog rose by more than 13% last year.See the Story
Hertfordshire · Hertfordshire
Record low number of North Somerset pensioners received council tax support in lead up to Christmas
1,788 pensioners in St Albans received council tax support in the three months to December 2023. This is down from 1,815 the same time the year before and the lowest number since records began in 2015. Overall, the total number of pensioners receiving the support dropped to a record low of 1.37 million. The Independent Age charity said the system is too difficult to navigate.See the Story
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Farming · Tavistock
Children's author backs Devon project bringing city children into nature and farming
Author Michael Morpurgo is involved in a real life story of children, farming and nature on a farm in Devon. The Woodland Trust is working with Farms for City Children, a charity founded by Michael and his wife, Clare. The hope is that the children will feel connected to a piece of natural habitat of their own making.See the Story
Exeter Pride to return on Saturday, May 11 with a march and much more
Exeter Pride is one of the South West's biggest celebrations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans plus (LGBTQ+) communities. The march will start in Sidwell Street and end at Northernhay Gardens where there will be a variety of stalls. Food and drink will also be sold in the park and visitors are encouraged to take along a blanket and picnic whilst buskers and drag acts provide unplugged entertainment.See the Story
Tavistock, England · Tavistock
Milestone: 1,000 people in UK have donated a kidney to a stranger
More than 1,000 people in the UK have now donated a kidney anonymously to a stranger on the transplant waiting list as a living donor. This is known as non-directed altruistic living kidney donation (NDAD) Around six people die each week in UK waiting for a transplant.See the Story
Tavistock, England · Tavistock
100,000 Royal Devon patients now empowered by MY CARE
MY CARE is a digital service that makes it easy for patients to access their hospital information. Accessible on a computer, phone or tablet, MY CARE brings information about hospital appointments, test results and other medical details together in one convenient place. MY CARE allows patients to see details about appointments and test results at any time, home or abroad. For some patients it also offers a vital link with their care team at the hospital with direct messaging.See the Story
Coronavirus · Barrow-in-Furness
Morecambe Bay Trust cares for 13 patients with Covid-19 in hospital
NHS England data shows the number of people being treated in hospital with Covid-19 by 8am on February 11 was down from 28 on the same day the previous week. University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust was caring for 19 patients with coronavirus in hospital as of Sunday.See the Story