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first_imgPrint Email Facebook Twitter Advertisement Waiting lists could be slashed – consultantTHE MID-WEST’S only consultant orthodontist wants immediate action taken by the government to address public waiting lists for children needing braces.Dr Ted McNamara of St Camillus Hospital, points out that recommendations made eight years can free up four-year waiting lists at little cost-if introduced.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Private treatment, he said, costs up to £4,000 – “which is a huge amount of money for most”.He alleged that there is a lot of obscene dental politics involved.“Politicians are afraid to take action on 2002 and 2005 reports from the Joint Oireachtais Committees on Health and Children, that made very good recommendations.“They found that certain practices are artificially blocking the system and creating longer waiting lists -these politicians need to have the courage to implement the changes recommended”. Dr McNamara has written to Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly, and asked him to implement the recommendations.Biteback, a group of concerned parents who are working together for children in need of braces, also want the government to act.At the first public meeting on the issue last year, 300 parents with children on the HSE orthodontic waiting list turned up. Biteback secretary, Ursula Cosgrove, explained the situation to the Limerick Post:“We are frustrated with the long delays and want to hear from parents in the same situation. My child was on the list for orthodontic treatment for eight years”.The parent-run group is developing a website which will include an online petition.“We want our children taken off the waiting list and we need to get our current Minister for Health to act”.The issue, she added, is affecting hundreds of parents. “At present, they are visiting local health centres and being told the waiting list is three to four years, and that they are better off going private. A lot of parents aren’t even going on the waiting list, so if we have 1,100 and 1,200 children in the Mid West, that’s not a true reflection.“There are thousands of children in need of treatment”She said that internationally, 30% of children needed orthodontic treatment, which means that the correct figure for the Mid West could be around 6,000.“We would encourage parents to put their children on the waiting list to make it more accurate”.Biteback meet at Watchhouse Cross library on the first Thursday of every month.Anyone seeking more information can contact Biteback via email at [email protected]center_img Linkedin WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsParents bite back on orthodontic issuesBy admin – May 19, 2011 769 Previous articleMoney scams rampant in LimerickNext articleNews briefs adminlast_img read more

first_imgTop Stories’VC Facility Will Be Provided If An Advocate Seeks It For Hearing Of A Pending Case’: SC Closes Plea Against Kerala HC [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK4 Aug 2020 8:51 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has closed the writ petition filed against recommencement of physical sittings and filings in the Kerala High Court taking note of the report that any Advocate will be provided with the facility for video conferencing if he seeks it for hearing a case pending before the High Court.The writ petition filed by a lawyer PG Aravind had sought for the quashing…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court has closed the writ petition filed against recommencement of physical sittings and filings in the Kerala High Court taking note of the report  that any Advocate will be provided with the facility for video conferencing if he seeks it for hearing a case pending before the High Court.The writ petition filed by a lawyer PG Aravind had sought for the quashing of Notice by the High Court, which mandates re-commencement of physical filings of applications/petitions, except bail pleas w.e.f. July 6 and for physical appearances except before Single Judges. The lawyer had also question the decision of the High Court permitting e-filing on bail applications only and contended that it ought to have permitted e-filing of all nature of cases.A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, SK Kaul & MR Shah, though initially was not inclined to entertain the plea and asked the Petitioner to approach the Kerala High Court, it subsequently took note of the Counsel’s submission that the mandate could not be effectuated in light of the Coronavirus-induced situation. It then directed the Solicitor General to seek instructions from the Kerala High Court Thereafter, a report on the functioning of the High Court – hearing of cases through video conferencing physical filing, e-filing and physical hearing was filed. “If any of the Advocate seeks hearing through video conferencing, in a case pending before a Division Bench or a Single Bench, the Registry has assured that facility for the same will be provided.”, it was stated in the report.Taking note of this, the counsel for the petitioner stated that she has no grievance now. Thus the bench comprising of Justices Ashok Bhushan and R. Subhash Reddy closed the writ petition.Click here to Read/Download OrderNext Storylast_img read more

first_imgSyracuse had recorded just 115 yards on 29 plays in the first half. Less than four yards per play. An offense so abysmal that it had yet to put a point on the board.But in an instant, if only for an instant, wideout Steve Ishmael changed that.SU quarterback AJ Long lofted a pass to Ishmael, a fellow freshman, who hauled it in for a 46-yard gain on the Orange’s first drive of the third quarter.“It definitely got us going, it got everyone a little juiced,” Long said. “You go into halftime and you’re down (17 points), it wasn’t pretty. But when you give guys a big play like that, it gets everyone juiced and we get back out there and we get the momentum swinging our way.”The catch was the team’s longest of the day and set up Syracuse’s (3-8, 1-6 Atlantic Coast) only touchdown in a 30-7 loss to Pittsburgh (5-6, 3-4) on Saturday at Heinz Field. Ishmael was one of a few bright spots for the Orange, finishing with a career-high 97 yards on six receptions.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHe became a go-to target for Long, whose third-career start was inconsistent when he wasn’t looking for Ishmael.“I don’t really care about the performance, I really wanted to win,” Ishmael said. “I really don’t care about the stats.”The freshman’s flashiness cost him as well, when he was flagged for an excessive celebration, completely negating a 15-yard reception on the first play of SU’s first drive of the fourth quarter.Ishmael said the coaches talked to him about it afterward and that he’s still going through a learning process thats showing itself in mostly positive ways.“Everybody wants to do better,” Ishmael said. “I can’t really judge how I did. I really wanted to do better, I really wanted to make a bigger impact.” Comments Published on November 22, 2014 at 10:31 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more