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Maximum effort helps fundraising-mad Max to top total for Sheffield Children's Hospital

Maximum effort helps fundraising-mad Max to top total for Sheffield Children's Hospital

Wed 19 Sep 2018

AN inspirational seven-year-old and his family took their fund-raising total to the “max” after embarking on a series of money-spinning activities.

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  • Nurse 'left 84-year-old to die'

    Nurse 'left 84-year-old to die'

    By Michael Upton on Fri 07 Oct 2011

    A NURSE has been found guilty of abandoning a dying 84-year-old woman after she passed out in a care home dining room.

  • At-risk groups urged to have flu jabs

    At-risk groups urged to have flu jabs

    By Michael Upton on Wed 05 Oct 2011

    THOSE at risk from potentially deadly flu are being urged to protect themselves with free jabs.

  • Baby survives killer meningitis bug

    Baby survives killer meningitis bug

    By Amy Westby on Fri 30 Sep 2011

    ROTHERHAM mum Andrea Jenkinson has paid tribute to staff at Rotherham Hospital who save her baby daughter after she was struck down with meningitis.

  • Super surgery ready for patients

    Super surgery ready for patients

    By Amy Westby on Thu 29 Sep 2011

    A NEW £7 million “super surgery” was officially opened this week.

  • 'Surgeon left part of instrument in my leg'

    'Surgeon left part of instrument in my leg'

    By Phil Turner on Fri 16 Sep 2011

    WIDOW June Scragg says she has endured agony since a consultant at the centre of a storm of complaints left part of a surgical instrument in her leg.

  • Ex-Rotherham surgeon in botched ops probe

    Ex-Rotherham surgeon in botched ops probe

    By Phil Turner on Fri 09 Sep 2011

    LAWYERS are probing "deeply worrying" number of complaints about botched hip operations by a former surgeon at Rotherham General Hospital.

  • 'I'll carry on,' vows disgraced dentist

    'I'll carry on,' vows disgraced dentist

    By Admin on Fri 02 Sep 2011

    ROGUE Rotherham dentist Dr Mohammed Siddiqui has vowed to carry on working despite being found guilty of "extremely serious breaches" of standards.

  • Multiple Sclerosis sufferer hit by cruel thieves

    Multiple Sclerosis sufferer hit by cruel thieves

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 26 Aug 2011

    A WOMAN who says spending time with her horses has eased the effects of her disabilities has been rocked by a raid on their stables.

  • Price hike 'will deter home care service users'

    Price hike 'will deter home care service users'

    By Michael Upton on Fri 26 Aug 2011

    COUNCIL officials have admitted that a hike in fees for at-home social care services could cause a drop in the number of people using them.

  • Urgent plea for blood donors as stocks drop

    Urgent plea for blood donors as stocks drop

    By Michael Upton on Thu 11 Aug 2011

    DOZENS of blood donors are needed to tackle a summer drop in donations, officials said this week.

  • Patient service on the move...

    Patient service on the move...

    By Michael Upton on Fri 05 Aug 2011

    AN ADVICE service for patients is moving, NHS Rotherham said this week.

  • NHS: Kick smoking and save a packet

    NHS: Kick smoking and save a packet

    By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 04 Aug 2011

    HEALTH bosses are advising people to get health concious by kicking the habit—and saving a packet.

  • Patients breathe easier with help of tai chi

    Patients breathe easier with help of tai chi

    By Admin on Fri 08 Jul 2011

    NAUMAAN Farooq investigates how patients with breathing difficulties are being helped by learning the ancient martial art of tai chi at Rotherham's BreathingSpace centre.

  • Do you know a health hero?

    Do you know a health hero?

    By Naumaan Farooq on Tue 14 Jun 2011

    HEALTH workers and grateful patients are being encouraged to nominate medical staff for awards recognising their heroic efforts.

  • Top Stroke Association award for Gemma

    Top Stroke Association award for Gemma

    By Tom Sharpe on Mon 13 Jun 2011

    A ROTHERHAM speech therapist has won a national award commending her work with stroke survivors.