A recall for common visiting has been made at a Welsh hospital. It had been closed for 10 days due to the severe outbreak of norovirus. Now it has been informed that visitors will be allowed in the wards those who have not any influence of the winter vomiting diseases.
But the "No Entry" board is still present in the wards which were fully closed or wards those have few patients are given admission because there were small numbers of norovirus patients inside.
SMB and consumer networks such as Netgear and D-Link are going to face tougher competition as Yorkshire-based distributor Target Components has signed a deal Chinese firm Tenda to bring the networking service to the UK.
Tenda is already available in the Far East and the United States, and now the exclusive deal between Target and Tenda is its first foray into the UK.
The deal followed Target's current drive to launch new brands in the UK.
Target said their deal with Tenda would allow them offer some of the most innovative and comprehensible networking solutions to end-users.
The US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has asked the California Supreme Court to give a piece of advice on gay-marriage ban.
The Appeals Court sought advice on whether the proponents of the ban, Proposition 8, have the legal standing to defend it in the court. The Court is considering whether the ban on gay-marriage breaches the US constitution.
According to a team of scientists, Britain will have longer and colder winters in the coming years due to the global warming.
The global warming causes melting of Arctic Sea ice, which has changed wind patterns in the northern hemisphere and bringing colder air across the country. Scientists say that this could be reason behind very cold December. The team found that in future the country is three times more likely to be hit by colder winds.
Renewable energy accounted for 8.6 per cent of total electricity produced in the UK in the three months to September, according to the latest data released from the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
The contribution is the highest made by renewable energy sector and are close to government’s target for 10 per cent from the sector by 2010. The wind energy grew 36.9 per cent in the third quarter. The proportion of wind, hydro power and other sources grew 23.1 per cent compared to the same period last year.
According to a new study by Glasgow-based internet firm Demon Broadband, about one in six British workers will be working on the on Christmas Day.
The research by the ISP shows that employees will spend about ten hours of their annual leave on working on tasks remotely this holiday season. The study showed that 86 per cent of Brits will be working at some point during the Christmas period.
The BBC’s on-demand video catch-up service iPlayer recorded a strong growth in the month of November with annual growth of more than 32 per cent and Matt Smith's first full episode as the latest Doctor Who has become the most watched programme on the service.
The Eleventh Hour was streamed by users on the service more than 2.2 million times since its broadcast n April this year. The first episode of Top Gear was streamed 1.6m times, while the first episode of Sherlock was streamed 1.4m times.
Some administrators from PwC have said that a number of parties are running the rule over Rok's three divisions.
PwC partner and joint administrator Rob Hunt said "We are encouraged by the progress made; dialogue is expected to continue over the weekend and we remain hopeful that we will be able to secure a sale of some of the remaining businesses”.
On 8 November, Hunt, Mike Jervis, Rob Lewis and Jeremy Webb of PwC had been appointed as joint administrators of Rok Plc and Rok Building Limited.
Just after the budget airline releases its final results tomorrow, all attention would be shifted from easyJet's 15th birthday to the Chief Executive Carolyn McCall's plans for the future.
She is due to give an outline of her strategy for the future. A deal has been struck between the two parties which is said to have created great confusion in the beginning.
A recent row with easyJet's founder, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has been resolved and hence the Company will now not be asked to change its branding.
This is believed to be the best time for the Global Entrepreneurship Week since at this point of time future economic growth in the North East is to be driven by the private sector.
This worldwide movement has been designed to help the people in unleashing the enterprising talents in events all over the globe.
Peter Jones, entrepreneur and Enterprise UK chair, said “Entrepreneurs are not born, they are made. Entrepreneurship is a skill that can be taught just like any other. That’s why Global Entrepreneurship Week is so vital right now”.
`Meals on Wheels' is a term generically used to describe meal delivery programmes for housebound individuals. The programme was founded by the Services Program for Aging Needs (SPAN), a non-profit organisation established in 1974 in Denton County, Texas. The programme is funded entirely by grants and public contributions.
The programme caters to people aged 60 and above, who are home-bound and unable to prepare meals for themselves and have no one else who can do this for them. They must live reasonably close to a meal site, and must be on file with SPAN.
New pension rules are going to hit UK’s smallest firms very badly by increasing their financial burden at least by £2,550 per year.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) quoted that as per the Government’s new plans for workers, a typical small firm which is just employing 4 persons with a average salary of £25,000 have to find an extra of £2,550 per year, as the employees getting enrolled in the pension scheme automatically.
In an attempt to turn around the fortunes of the UK’s 11,500 branches, the new financial services would be offered through the Post Office. However the businesses and unions are still disappointed since the ministers have reportedly decided against a state-backed Post Office bank.
The Department for Business argued saying that this setting up of such a bank was likely to take too much time and would also not be cost effective.
The ProPublica article on U. S. dialysis industry posted recently has been touted as duping and misinterprets data, outlined officials of Denver-based DaVita Inc., the nation's largest dialysis provider.
Recent figures suggest that the mortality rate of U. S. kidney patients is higher compared to other industrialized countries. The mortality rate has registered a steady slip, and patients generally receive high-quality care, claimed Dr. Allen Nissenson, chief medical officer of DaVita.