Daily News Roundup – 9 December 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Ed Sheeran’s EACH clothes auction raises £7,500

BBC News
Clothes owned by singer Ed Sheeran have been sold for £7,500 to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Spider-Man pitch invader hands cash to hospice

Sunderland Echo
A teenager who dressed as Spider-Man and interrupted a Sunderland game by running onto the pitch has handed over cash raised as part of his charity dare to St Benedict s Hospice.

Tributes to Rutherglen man as Kilbryde Hospice opens

Daily Record
Tributes are being paid to the Rutherglen man who help found the Kilbryde Hospice, as the new £4 million building at Hairmyres Hospital opened to the public.

Care facilities needed for ill prisoners, says governor

Holyrood magazine
A high healthcare needs strategy group is undertaking research into the future profile of the prison population and how best to manage acute and chronic healthcare issues as well as palliative care.

Society lotteries raise record £175m for charity

Civil Society
Society lotteries raised £175 million in the year to March 2014, a 14% increase on the previous year, according to figures published by the Gambling Commission.

A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…

What is acceptable terminology for opioids?

ehospice Australia
Last week’s World Cancer Congress in Melbourne heard several speakers discuss the availability – or otherwise – of opioids for pain relief.

Hospice young adults lead fun and games at special evening

ehospice International children’s edition
Young adults at Richard House children’s hospice pulled out all the stops to put on a fun-filled games evening to thank corporate supporters last week.

Groundbreaking ceremony for Austria’s first ever children’s hospice

ehospice International children’s edition
A groundbreaking ceremony took place last month for the building of the very first hospice for children and young adults in Austria.

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