One in five burglaries in Oxford occur as a result of owners leaving their doors and windows open, according to newly-released figures. Thames Valley Police are urging all local residents to avoid making themselves prey to burglars by locking up. According to a police spokesperson, “Over the summer months even more of us are tempted to leave windows open all day when we are out.” This term alone, thefts have been reported at Merton, New, Brasenose and Jesus colleges. The robbers have mainly targeted laptops. University College is so concerned at the threat posed by intruders that it now offers free alarms for all women living in a ground floor room. One victim of crime, second year historian Sanam Mirza, warned other students to buy a tether to secure their laptop. “Back up all your bloody work,” she added.ARCHIVE: 5th week TT 2004
Columbus, IN—Our Hospice of South Central Indiana received perfect survey results from both State and Federal organizations. On a three-year cycle, on-site surveyors spend up to a week looking at all aspects of operations such as caregiver satisfaction scores, documentation, medical records, care delivery practices, and procedures. Our Hospice was recently reviewed in four areas including a State Survey, a State Licensure Renewal Survey, a Federal Medicare/Medicaid Survey, and an Emergency Preparedness Survey.“We are extremely happy to share that Our Hospice received zero deficiencies on each of these four surveys,” said Laura Leonard, Our Hospice President. “A perfect score on four simultaneous surveys is very uncommon and we are proud to bring such high-quality care to patients with a terminal illness.”Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is a not-for-profit, community-based hospice providing care to individuals with a life-limiting condition and their families since 1980. It serves patients and families in 16 counties from offices in Columbus, North Vernon, and Greensburg.
Season two of your favorite soccer discussion show, Touchline with George Addo Jnr, will commence this Friday – August 7, 2015 with three new intriguing features – E-Chat, Peep and Sideline.The Premier football online Video podcast which provides succinct analysis, previews including reactions of pundits into each football weekend, will see some changes but the core principles of brevity and assertion will still be the focus.The exquisite Coco Lounge will host this season’s episodes which will air for 25 minutes.The first of three new additions to this year’s format is the E-Chat segment. This segment will discuss the hottest issues pertaining to the European leagues. Panelists for this segment will include European football experts as well as celebrities who have indepth knowledge in football.Peep will be the second addition to this season’s edition with the host, George Addo Jnr, walking viewers through all the league fixtures scheduled for the weekend. Fixtures from the Italian, German, Spanish and English leagues will be featured on this segment.Last but not least is Sideline. Fans and viewers will have the opportunity to make contributions and inputs on this segment. Every week, Sideline will be on the streets to sample your views and opinion for that added spice. It could be you! We are ready for a mouth-watering season 2 of Touchline…Hope you are!! Subscribe the official YouTube channel @addojunr concepts and follow George Addo Jnr on twitter @addojunr.