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Health team wins award

Health team wins award

Health team wins award

Diabetes teams, based at Peterborough City Hospital and Stamford Hospital, have won an award for raising awareness of a complication of the condition.


Man, 87, died following move from Stamford care home

Man, 87, died following move from Stamford care home

Man, 87, died following move from Stamford care home

A Ketton man died just a few days after being forced to leave a Stamford care home.


Diabetes specialist speaks

Diabetes specialist speaks

Diabetes specialist speaks

Dr Hamid Mani, a diabetes specialist, enthralled the members of the Rotary Club of Uppingham with a presentation on the condition.


Dementia diagnosis rises significantly

Dementia diagnosis rises significantly

Dementia diagnosis rises significantly

Over the past five years the number of people diagnosed with dementia has more than doubled.


Donate bras and help with research

Donate bras and help with research

Donate bras and help with research

Women visiting Stamford Hospital are being invited to donate their unwanted bras to help women in developing countries and vital cancer research.


Phone lines and computer systems back up and running at Peterborough City Hospital

Phone lines and computer systems back up and running at Peterborough City Hospital

Phone lines and computer systems back up and running at Peterborough City Hospital

Engineers spent yesterday trying to resolve a communications failure at Peterborough City Hospital.


People asked not to attend Peterborough City Hospital due to phone and IT failure

People asked not to attend Peterborough City Hospital due to phone and IT failure

People asked not to attend Peterborough City Hospital due to phone and IT failure

Engineers are on site at Peterborough City Hospital trying to fix a major communications failure.


Sherry braves the shave and raises over £600 for nurses

Sherry braves the shave and raises over £600 for nurses

Sherry braves the shave and raises over £600 for nurses

An employer of a village pub has lost two family members to cancer.


Donations help save sight

Donations help save sight

Donations help save sight

Over the last 12 months, led by Rutland Lions, with further contributions from other clubs have raised £2,500 to fund this latest camp in Nepal.


Rutland's Karen Ball Fund installs its 60th defibrillator

Rutland's Karen Ball Fund installs its 60th defibrillator

Rutland's Karen Ball Fund installs its 60th defibrillator

The Karen Ball Fund says it still has money available to install extra defibrillators.


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