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West Midlands acute trust’s ‘outstanding’ chief nurse announces retirement next year – Nursing Times


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West Midlands acute trust's 'outstanding' chief nurse announces retirement next year
Nursing Times
Dr Cheryl Etches, chief nurse and deputy chief executive of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, has announced that she will be retiring from the NHS at the end of March 2018. During her tenure, the trust credited her with helping turn around its ...

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Khan’s Uber ban UNDER THREAT: Drivers can just register at deregulated Wolverhampton – Express.co.uk


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Khan’s Uber ban UNDER THREAT: Drivers can just register at deregulated Wolverhampton
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The loophole has been highlighted in Wolverhampton, where Uber began operating last year, leading to a surge in the number of minicab licenses. And it is claimed that minicab drivers are coming from all over the UK to get registered, before operating

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Springfield Brewery: Celebrity architect George Clarke praises ‘inspirational’ Wolverhampton University campus – expressandstar.com


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Springfield Brewery: Celebrity architect George Clarke praises ‘inspirational’ Wolverhampton University campus
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Mr Clarke, known for presenting TV series including Channel 4’s Restoration Man and George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces, had a tour of the Springfield Campus in Wolverhampton. The former Springfield Brewery site in Cambridge Street now features the West …

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‘Struggling’ Wolverhampton families warned not to turn to loan sharks this Christmas – expressandstar.com


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‘Struggling’ Wolverhampton families warned not to turn to loan sharks this Christmas
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The Wolverhampton City Credit Union is urging families not to be swayed by high-interest lenders enticing them with promises of quick cash before the festive season begins. Manager Matt Goulding is now calling on councillors across the city and

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