Police are appealing for help in tracing a heavily pregnant woman who has been reported missing from her home in Huddersfield.
Carmen Olariu was last seen at 2am on Saturday, October 31st in Springdale Street and was reported missing four days later. She is 5ft 3ins tall, with long bushy/wavy brown hair with a red tinge.
Despite numerous enquiries to date, we have not been able to locate Carmen. Given that she has been described as being heavily pregnant we are concerned for her welfare and just need to ensure that she is OK.
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Life expectancy in Hull is among the lowest in the country according to new official figures.
Men born in the city will on average die almost seven years earlier than those born in the wealthiest parts of London. New born baby boys in Hull can expect to live to 76.
Doctors blame a combination of poverty, unhealthy lifestyles, and high smoking and drinking levels. Baby girls born in the city in the last couple of years can expect to live to 80 - in line with the national average.
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An investigation has been launched into Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust after it reported a deficit of more than £12 million.
The regulator "Monitor" says it could have a significant impact on patient care over the next few years if the trust does not improve its finances. The Trust said it will continue to put patient care first as it tries to find ways to save money.
An internal investigation into how its finances have been managed is already underway.
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