Rugby player who shattered his kidney in FOUR places and had injuries "worse than a 70mph" car crash makes miracle recovery

Rugby player who shattered his kidney in FOUR places and had injuries 'worse than a 70mph' car crash makes miracle recovery Kieran O'Connor, 22, was accidentally kneed in the back by a rival playerLost six pints of blood during emergency surgery to remove the organCan now never play rugby again as only has one kidney remaining By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:17 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 13 March 2013 An innocuous rugby tackle led to Kieran O'Connor suffering kidney injuries worse than a '70mph car crash victim' A rugby player has made a miraculous recovery after shattering his kidney in four places following an innocuous tackle.

South London Healthcare NHS Trust put into administration just three years after it opens as debts spiral out of control

South London Healthcare becomes first NHS Trust EVER to go into administration as debts spiral out of control Health Secretary says the ground-breaking decision is in the interest of patientsTrust is struggling to pay off Labour-agreed PFI deals costing 61m a year in interest | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 12 July 2012 An NHS hospital trust losing 1m a week has been put into administration to try and stop it collapsing, the Department of Health said today.

Canada’s new $20 dollar bill has “naked women and the Twin Towers on it”

“Three topless women and the Twin Towers”: Canadians baffled by picture of WWI memorial on their new $20 dollar billBanknote shows the Vimy Memorial – a statue in France representing the bravery and sacrifice of Canadian soldiers in the First World WarConcern from focus groups during 5-year consultation over design