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BIRMINGHAM, England, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ProLogis (NYSE: PLD), a leading global provider of distribution facilities, announced today it has signed a new lease agreement at ProLogis Park Stoke in the UK for 382,000 square feet to Marks & Spencer, a leading UK retailer.
Clean Up: With reference to the trial of dissident "not too posh to wash" nurse Gillian Harrison, suspended for 12 months . Remind you of something? Just who runs our health service? B MORGAN Kidsgrove (c) 2008 Sentinel, The (Stoke-on-Trent UK). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
Work on a health centre could start early next year. Oakapple Primary Care and Gladedale Homes have won unanimous backing for a health centre and housing at land off Portland Drive in Scholar Green.
Mental Health ACT: A networking and mental health awareness event was held for service users, commissioners and mental health service providers.
A Teenager was airlifted to hospital after fracturing his ankle falling down a bank. The boy, believed to be 15 years old, was found injured at the bottom of a bank, off Federation Road, Burslem, at 12.15pm yesterday.
Health trainers are being recruited to improve the lives of fat people, smokers and heavy drinkers. They will work in the Biddulph East and South, Leek North and Cheadle West electoral wards in a link-up between the NHS and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.
Stoke-on-trent's schools are about to enter what the council promises to be a transformation that will provide our children with centres of educational excellence fit for the 21st century.
Having just read about the problems with Sodexo's hospital food catering in The Sentinel, I must raise several concerns.
Mervyn Edwards Looks back to the days when Wolstanton High was Wolstanton County Grammar, and the school song was sung in Latin. W OLSTANTON High School, in Milehouse Lane, Newcastle-under- Lyme, is an imposing building which opened in 1928 as Wolstanton County Grammar School.
- Forsooth! indeed! originally a parenthetical phrase used in repeating the words of another with more or less contempt or disdain.