One of the letter's signatories, Dr Gillian Craig, a retired geriatrician and former vice-chairman of the Medical Ethics Alliance, told the newspaper: 'If you are cynical about it, as I am, you can see it as a cost-cutting measure, if you don't want your beds to be filled with old people.''The Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) is not about saving money.
It is an established and respected tool that is recommended by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) and has overwhelming support from clinicians at home and abroad.
Right outside your bedroom door is a terrace with a view of a secret garden that few know of: a private and pretty place for your morning coffee or your evening glass of wine.
The cottage is very close to the Akerselva, recently mentioned in NY Times Favourite Streets (URL HIDDEN) Telthusbakken is a unique little street in Oslo, once a major thoroughfare from the viking settlement of Oslo to the southern and northern parts of the country.
Now a little oasis with a garden in between several other old houses (Damstredet especially) and big buildings.
Low ceilings some places in the house as people were smaller 200 years ago, (I am 173 cm and are managing well). Otherwice it is nice, cosy, comfy and also close to the center of the city, so welcome!
The houses in Telthusbakken are some of the very few remaining of these.
The famous and first civilian cemetery in Oslo, Our Saviour Cemetery, with honorary grove with Munch, Ibsen, Bjornson et al three minute walk away through the idyllic settlement. in the immediate vicinity, and eating and drinking and beer in all price ranges.
The 70 sq m cottage provides a unique opportunity to relax in a countryside setting in Central Oslo.
A Shore local from way back, I have had a love hate relationship with the East Coast Bays for their beguiling beaches yet total and utter lack of decent places to wine and dine. The opening of The Shore’s answer to Imperial Lane – The Commons - a new multi-space bar and eatery has finally put Takapuna on the dining map and it certainly impressed.
Offering everything from a late morning coffee, casual lunch or dinner or Friday night drinks, The Commons is located on Hurstmere Road and centres around an impressive open internal courtyard, flanked by five distinct but interconnected spaces, which share or overlook this ‘common’ outdoor area.