'What's most rewarding is seeing a baby go home' – Irish Times
Irish Times'What's most rewarding is seeing a baby go home'Irish TimesAs a consultant neonatologist at the Coombe Women and Infants' University Hospital, I specialise in newborn medicine. My job involves caring for premature and sick newborn babies in the neonatal unit, many of whom need specialist intensive care.
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Bosley Wood explosion: Four people missing following massive blast named as … – Mirror.co.uk
Mirror.co.ukBosley Wood explosion: Four people missing following massive blast named as …Mirror.co.ukRescuers today named the four mill workers feared dead in an explosion in the village of Bosley, Cheshire. In a press conference today, Chief Constable Guy Hindle announced that William Banks, 51, Dorothy Bailey, 62, Jason Shingler, 39 and Derek Moore, …Body found during search at cheshire blast millDaily Mailall 466 news articles »