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Air ambulance crew try out new helipad - Bristol Post

Bristol Post

Air ambulance crew try out new helipad
Bristol Post
If the exercise yesterday is deemed a success by the Civil Aviation Authority, the pad can be tested by other air ambulance crews before becoming fully operational on May 7, when some services from Frenchay Hospital will be transferred to the city ...


Touch down: Bristol's new hospital rooftop helipad tested for first time - Bristol Post

Bristol Post

Touch down: Bristol's new hospital rooftop helipad tested for first time
Bristol Post
If the test is deemed a success by the Civil Aviation Authority, the pad can be tested by other air ambulance crews before becoming fully operational on May 7, when some services from Frenchay Hospital will be transferred to the city centre site. The ...


Friday's Press Talk - BCFC

BCFC

Friday's Press Talk
BCFC
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill has gone on record in thanking the Ashton Gate board of directors for backing him in the transfer market. City may still not be safe from the threat of relegation, but their prospects of staying in League One have ...

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Bristol City extend loan deal of Watford defender Nyron Nosworthy - Sports Mole

Bristol City extend loan deal of Watford defender Nyron Nosworthy
Sports Mole
Watford defender Nyron Nosworthy has extended his loan spell at Bristol City until the end of the season. The 33-year-old joined the League One side a month ago and has since made five appearances, tasting defeat just once. "Nyron wanted to stay and ...


Bristol City Council v AA and Another [2014] EWHC 1022 (Fam) - Family Law Week

Bristol City Council v AA and Another [2014] EWHC 1022 (Fam)
Family Law Week
As to whether or not the proceedings should be transferred to the Lithuanian court, the judge considered, in particular, Article 15, AB v JLB [2008] EWHC 2965 (Fam), [2009] 1 FLR 517 and Nottingham City Council v LM [2014] EWCA Civ 152. It was agreed ...


AstraZeneca opens vast library to researchers but gets first dibs on new drugs - The Conversation

AstraZeneca opens vast library to researchers but gets first dibs on new drugs
The Conversation
According to the Daily Mail, this was followed in 2010 by AstraZeneca agreeing to pay more than £500m to the UK Exchequer following a dispute over “transfer pricing”. This is a device which allows multi-national companies to lower their overall tax ...


Walsall v Bristol City preview: No time to relax yet, Steve Cotterill - Bristol Post

Bristol Post

Walsall v Bristol City preview: No time to relax yet, Steve Cotterill
Bristol Post
STEVE Cotterill has issued a timely reminder to his Bristol City players ahead of tomorrow's meeting with Walsall at the Banks's Stadium. ... "It is going to take time and patience and probably three or four transfer windows to get it as I want it ...