The Royal College of Midwives estimates there's a shortfall of 2,500 in the NHS and has been warning of this for more than ten years.
A generation of experienced midwives has retired — often early and exhausted; a new generation is broken by intolerable pressure and are resigning.
The $1.5billion (£1.1billion) project boasts a 7,000-seat casino floor, 1,200 hotel rooms and more than 3,000 slot machines and gaming tables. The hotel also has a refurbished venue for concerts and other events, a giant pool and lagoon, shops and restaurants.
'I worked in a sports bar where we had gaming machines and had a guy sit there until he s*** himself. He was so worried that if he left the machine someone else would come and win on it after he had put a bunch of money into it,' another said.
Coinbase's app crashed just seconds after screening a unique ad displaying a single QR code bouncing around the screen in its Super Bowl debut.
Now their dreams seem possible.
Congress last year passed President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure website law, which provides $550 billion in new funding for bridge repair, environmental cleanup and other projects that could transform places like Erie.
Look at every handicap race of the day with 8 to 12 runners.
Have a win level stakes bet on the 2nd and 3rd favourite in your newspapers betting forecast prices. A very simple system that produces consistent results.
Both bets were placed at +170 odds on the money line (no point spread), meaning McIngvale would earn more than $16 million, in addition to getting back the $9.5 million he risked, if Cincinnati wins.
It's alleged he is part of a syndicate that plotted to import more than a billion dollars worth of cocaine, heroin and ice.
How long should you hold onto your old tax records?
Since the IRS typically looks at returns from the past three years, it's a good rule of thumb to hold onto your records for at least that long.
Six or seven years is fine if you really want to cover your bases. The agency itself says it won't go back further than that.
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Labour councillor Martin Straker-Welds, who represents Birmingham's Moseley ward, said national gambling regulations didn't do enough to protect the most vulnerable.