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721 Hospitals Penalized For Patient Safety

Medicare is penalizing 721 hospitals with high rates of potentially avoidable mistakes that can harm patients, known as hospital-acquired conditions. Penalized hospitals will have their Medicare payments reduced by 1 percent over the fiscal year ... Kaiser Health News, 1 day ago

Famous folk go to bed to get ahead

THE secret to success for some of the world's most influential people is not being super organised or smart. It's something your nanna might do every day. Some of the most influential people on the planet were keen cat nappers. Serious micronappers ...
 Herald Sun2 days ago
Communist Party of Australia

Behind Israel's fear of boycott

This week United Auto Workers 2865, representing 13,000 student workers across nine University of California campuses, could become the first labour union in the US to join the Palestinian-led movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) ...
 Communist Party of Australia1 week ago Israel's fear of boycott rooted in tactic's historic victories against colonialism  Electronic Intifada2 weeks ago

Knowing what 'just enough' is

One of the most extraordinary books I have read in recent years is Just Enough: lessons in living green from traditional Japan by Azby Brown. Brown is director of the Konazawa Institute of Technologies Future Design Institute and has lived in Japan ...
 Resilience1 week ago

It looked like a mini tornado

Brisbane Radar (Frame content direct link: QUEENSLANDERS had better make the most of a short reprieve from adverse weather this morning because more potential storms have been forecast for this ... week ago
Irish Mirror

BBC presenter BANNED from scattering his ashes at his beloved Burnley FC's ground

Five Live presenter Tony Livesey announced on his radio show his pals would get round the ban by dropping his ashes bit by bit like The Great Ecape A BBC presenter who joked about getting his ashes scattered on the pitch of his beloved team has ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago

From Tinseltown to Capitol Hill: When superstars switch to politics

Academy award winning actress Angelina Jolie has told Vanity Fair magazine that she is open to pursuing a life in politics, diplomacy or public service. The wife of actor Brad Pitt and a special envoy to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees ( ...
 EuroNews1 month ago

EFAMA hires Gabriela Diezhandino to head its new Public Policy Department

Brussels, 13th October 2014 . The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has hired Gabriela Diezhandino, the former Head of Public Affairs for Insurance Europe, to head its newly created Public Policy Department. The new ...
 Efama1 month ago
Capital Bay

Are the paedophile allegations against Leon Brittan a sinister MI5 smear plot?

Private Eye claimed MI5 targeted Leon Brittan after he planned 'shake-up' Claims Brittan wanted to reform MI5 after WPC Yvonne Fletcher was killed Brittan told a journalist at the time that abuse allegations were 'all lies' Labour's Jim Hood this ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago
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