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Four hospitalised after blaze in pub

Published 12/08/2011 | 05:00

FOUR people were treated for smoke inhalation following a blaze in a pub yesterday. The fire, believed to have been started by an electrical fault, broke out in the attic of Holland's pub on Main Street, Bray.

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The casualties, including the pub's owner, Syl Holland, were taken to St Columcille's Hospital, Loughlinstown, for treatment.

Court lifts order against woman

A restraining order was lifted after a woman promised to stay away from another woman and not to watch or harass her in any way.

Lisa Temple, of Ard na Greine, King Edward Road, Bray, Co Wicklow, gave the undertaking pending a decision in an assault case. Ji Won Park, of Woodbrook Square, Riverwood Road, Castleknock, Dublin, alleges Ms Temple punched and kicked her at Dartry, Dublin, on June 16 last.

Transplant bungle report out today

A REPORT into how health authorities failed to transport a 14-year-old transplant patient to London for surgery last month will be published today.

Meadhbh McGivern missed out on a crucial liver transplant due to the unavailability of a suitable aircraft to rush her to Kings College London on July 2.

Clarification - The Hospital Group

In the Irish Independent of July 13 and 14, 2011, the Hospital Group was referred to in the context of medical negligence proceedings which had been brought against Dr Marco Loiacono arising from his negligent cosmetic surgery treatment of a patient. This was based on material in court documents. We have since been advised that Dr Loiacono has never been employed or engaged by the Hospital Group in any context whatsoever. We are happy to clarify this matter.

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