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London’s Air Ambulance looks to City for extra £3 million funding

Filed under: Air Ambulance Costs and Fundraising — Posted by: Mark on January 26, 2012

Dr. Julian Thompson, the new executive director of the London Air Ambulance, said that the service needs an extra £3 million annual funding if it is to continue to carry out its current role and make improvements to the service it provides.

Dr. Thompson, who (more…)

Coast-to-Coast Cycle Challenge for Charity

Filed under: Charity Events — Posted by: Richard on January 25, 2012

This year’s coast-to-coast cycle challenge to raise funds for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance has been arranged for Sunday 20th May, 2012.

The cycle challenge is not a race, so participants can enjoy some wonderful scenery as they cycle along quiet roads, up some demanding hill climbs, followed by (more…)

Paralysed rugby player to benefit from fundraising efforts

Filed under: Air Ambulance Costs and Fundraising — Posted by: Andrew on January 21, 2012

Chris Haynes, the rugby player paralysed after diving onto a sandbank whilst holidaying in Majorca last year, is to benefit from thousands of pounds raised by (more…)

Critical operation success for Dublin toddler

Filed under: Air Ambulances Abroad — Posted by: Richard on January 20, 2012

A specialised team of doctors in the USA has successfully ‘grown’ the oesophagus of a Dublin one-year old baby.

Elie Madden was born with a rare (more…)

Increasing numbers of British skiers failing to get insured

Filed under: Research and Statistics — Posted by: Mark on January 16, 2012

A new report has found that as many as 14% of British skiers could be heading off-piste, without any insurance, letting alone checking whether they have the right cover.

The findings come in the results of (more…)

Popular Northern Irish business dies in Thailand

Filed under: Air Ambulances Abroad — Posted by: Andrew on January 13, 2012

A well liked businessman from the town of Newry in Northern Ireland, has died whilst enjoying a break in Thailand.

Mr Terry Davey, a local grocer well (more…)

HMS Ark Royal could become hospital ship

Filed under: New Air Ambulances — Posted by: Mark on January 9, 2012

A novel idea from an Irish businessman is being reported in the press, which could see former UK flagship aircraft carrier, the HMS Ark Royal, being recommissioned as a hospital ship. (more…)

Young Brits abroad warned about risky activities

Filed under: Research and Statistics — Posted by: Mark on January 4, 2012

Following a tragic accident that left his son paralysed, the father of former rugby player has warned young holidaymakers about taking risks whilst enjoying their holidays. (more…)

Republic of Ireland set to get full time air ambulance

Filed under: New Air Ambulances — Posted by: Andrew on January 3, 2012

The Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) is in negotiations to provide the Republic of Ireland with its own dedicated air ambulance.

It will be the first of it kind (more…)

New direction for Luxembourg Air Ambulance service

Filed under: Air Ambulances Abroad — Posted by: Mark on January 2, 2012

The Luxembourg Air Ambulance and Luxembourg Air Rescue companies have been renamed ‘The Ducair Luxembourg Air Ambulance’, in order to (more…)

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