Wales NHS scan and ultrasound waiting times treble
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email This astonishing audio reveals the moment the hero Southwest pilot confirmed a passenger “went out” the window during a mid-air emergency. A women has died after the left engine exploded on flight on its way to Dallas from New York. Pilot Tammie Jo Shults is being hailed a hero as she safely brought the plane with passengers and five crew on board into land at Philadelphia Airport. Tragically, a passenger died as a result of the incident. It is believed debris from the engine explosion shattered a window and partially sucked a woman out. Passengers were able to pull her back but she appeared to have suffered critical head injuries. During an extraordinary exchange with air traffic control, pilot Ms Shults said she had “injured passengers”. Tammie Jo Shults is being hailed a hero Image: MidAmerica Nazarene University In response, air traffic control asked:
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Fewer than two-thirds of speed cameras in Wales are actually turned on Image: Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Fewer than two-thirds of fixed speed cameras in Wales are actually switched on to catch drivers, it has been revealed. Figures obtained by the Press Association indicate just half of speed cameras in the UK are actually turned on.
Data released by 36 of the 45 police forces in the UK found that four have no fixed speed cameras at all and 13 — including Gwent Police — have fewer than half actively catching speeding drivers. The Press Association sent a Freedom of Information request to all 45 forces and their speed camera partnerships asking how many fixed speed cameras they have and how many are active. Nine, including Dyfed-Powys Police, refused to disclose the information or failed to respond. The figures cover all police fixed speed cameras but not the mobile devices forces also use.
Andrew James All forces and speed camera partnerships that responded said they deployed regular mobile speed cameras across their areas. They also said they regularly review which fixed cameras are turned on. Road safety charity Brake described the figures as concerning and called for all cameras to be switched on while AA president Edmund King said the high number of inactive cameras was down to pressure on budgets.
How many in Wales are turned on? The forces which said none of their fixed speed cameras were active were Cleveland, Durham, North Yorkshire and Northamptonshire. The Northamptonshire force said it turned its cameras off in April but has left the structures in place to deter speeders.
She was often called Princess Diana by the media and the public, but this was incorrect both during and after her marriage, as she was only ever a Princess by marriage, not by birth. Yet her philanthropic endeavours were overshadowed by her scandal-plagued marriage to Prince Charles. Her bitter accusations via friends and biographers of adultery, mental cruelty and emotional distress visited upon her riveted the world for much of the s, spawning books, magazine articles and television movies.
From the time of her engagement to the Prince of Wales in until her death in a car accident in , the Princess was arguably the most famous woman in the world, the pre-eminent female celebrity of her generation: During her lifetime, she was often referred to as the most photographed person in the world.
But according to the figures for November , more than 23, were left waiting longer – up from just under 8, two years ago.. New high. BBC Wales analysis on statistics also show 32% of.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Swansea updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email An inquest has opened into the death of a music teacher killed on the M4 near Swansea. Lewis John Hunter Gilmour, aged 37, was pronounced dead at the scene after a two-vehicle collision on the motorway’s westbound carriageway near junction 47 at Penllergaer at around 1.
Mr Gilmour, who was said to have been missing at the time from the Glasgow area, was a mature student. The inquest heard he was driving his Mazda 3 at speed and with the lights off before colliding head-on with a Vauxhall Astra. There was said to be a significant field of debris from both vehicles following the collision. Mr Gilmour died after a two-vehicle collision on the M4 Mr Gilmour’s family called him ‘inspirational’ and ‘unforgettable’ in a statement.
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Norman invasion of Wales and Wales in the Late Middle Ages The southern and eastern parts of Great Britain lost to English settlement became known in Welsh as Lloegyr Modern Welsh Lloegr , which may have referred to the kingdom of Mercia originally and which came to refer to England as a whole. His sons, in turn, would found three principal dynasties Aberffraw for Gwynedd, Dinefwr for Deheubarth and Mathrafal for Powys. Rhodri’s grandson Hywel Dda r. Maredudd’s great-grandson through his daughter Princess Angharad Gruffydd ap Llywelyn r.
Historian John Davies states that Gruffydd was “the only Welsh king ever to rule over the entire territory of Wales Thus, from about until his death in , the whole of Wales recognised the kingship of Gruffydd ap Llywelyn.
This astonishing audio reveals the moment the hero Southwest pilot confirmed a passenger “went out” the window during a mid-air emergency. A women has died after the left engine exploded on flight.
Pottery in archaeology Introduction The following is a basic introduction to pottery in archaeology, focusing particularly on the ceramics of the medieval period. The bibliography at the end provides references to more detailed and comprehensive sources. The study of pottery is an important branch of archaeology. This is because pottery is: Occasionally whole vessels are found, particularly where they have been used as grave goods or cremation ‘urns’.
These are important in providing us with a type series of vessel forms, although broken vessels can be just as useful for this. Prehistoric and Roman pottery: Prehistoric pottery is handmade i. The clay from which it is made often contains pieces of burnt flint or other stone and the pottery appears very coarse. This crudeness is related to the function of the vessels, which had to withstand thermal shock when placed on a fire for cooking.
Fine vessels with incised and stamped decoration were also made. By the 1st century B.
Norman invasion of Wales and Wales in the Late Middle Ages The southern and eastern parts of Great Britain lost to English settlement became known in Welsh as Lloegyr Modern Welsh Lloegr , which may have referred to the kingdom of Mercia originally and which came to refer to England as a whole. His sons in turn would found three principal dynasties Aberffraw for Gwynedd, Dinefwr for Deheubarth and Mathrafal for Powys.
Rhodri’s grandson Hywel Dda r. Maredudd’s great-grandson through his daughter Princess Angharad Gruffydd ap Llywelyn r.
Just After Pearl Harbor, the Prince Of Wales and Repulse were both sent out to stop the Japanese by Joseph M. Horodyski. During the s and s Great Britain built up its Far East defenses steadily if slowly, centering around Singapore as its primary naval base in the Pacific area.
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe Welsh government said health boards were working to address backlog issues The number of patients waiting longer than they should for diagnostic services like MRI scans and ultrasounds has trebled in the last two years. Figures also show proportionately more patients in Wales face waits of over eight weeks than in England.
The Welsh government said health boards were working to address backlog issues. The number of people waiting more than nine months for hospital treatment in Wales has also reached its highest level in two years. When a patient is referred for diagnostic services such as a CT scan or an endoscopy they are meant to be seen within eight weeks – the so-called “operational standard”. But according to the figures for November , more than 23, were left waiting longer – up from just under 8, two years ago.
And for CT scans, 7.
Origins[ edit ] Tribes of Wales at the time of the Roman invasion. The modern English-Welsh border is also shown. Archaeological evidence from sites in and around Cardiff — the St Lythans burial chamber , near Wenvoe about four miles 6. Mynydd y Garth , within the county’s northern boundary. The fort may have been abandoned in the early 2nd century as the area had been subdued.
However, by this time a civilian settlement, or vicus , was established.
HMS CURLEW’s MOVEMENTS. HMS Curlew, as originally built, at speed (Alister Greenway). Most of the (incomplete) movements are from The Times archives, for which I am grateful.
Etymology[ edit ] The name Monmouth is an English contraction of ‘Monnow-mouth’. The Welsh name for the river, Mynwy, which may originally have meant “fast-flowing”, was anglicised as Monnow. Indeed, the Council for British Archaeology have designated Monmouth as one of the top ten towns in Britain for archaeology. Archaeologists have found Roman pottery and coins within the modern town centre. During the later Roman period, between the 2nd and late 4th centuries, it appears to have been a centre for iron working , using the local iron ores and charcoal also worked at nearby Gobannium Abergavenny and Ariconium near Ross-on-Wye.
The only evidence of continuing settlement at Monmouth is a record of a 7th-century church, at an unknown location within the town, dedicated to the Welsh saint Cadoc. A new castle was built at Monmouth, holding commanding views over the surrounding area from a sound defensive site and exerting control over both river crossings and the area’s important resources of farmland, timber and minerals. A town grew up around it, and a Benedictine priory was established around by Withenoc , a Breton who became lord of Monmouth after Roger , the son of William fitzOsbern, was disgraced.
The town was recorded in the Domesday Book , and expanded thereafter.
WALES – ROCKABILLY Our friends/readers in Europe, US and all over the globe seemed to think that Wales was merely a small country that was part of England (not!!).