On or near Dame Agnes Grove - five (two under investigation, two unable
to prosecute and one no suspect identified)
For example, on that short approach, "Unable
The collapsed lung he suffered when the knife punctured his chest cavity has left him unable
to walk long distances and he often becomes breathless, he said.
PC Graves said he had been unable
to say how fast the BMW had been travelling at the time of the crash.
Their health insurance policy has also expired, they said, and they are unable
to get any health treatment or medicines from the hospitals.
Shops reported being unable
to take payment at tills across the country.
But frustratingly, doctors have so far been unable
to pinpoint what has caused Kaci's illness.
I have known many sufferers being unable
to get out of their homes for 20 or more years through agoraphobic problems that have not been helped.
We have victims of flooding unable
to get insurance and who have once again been flooded.
Morris' court filing was accompanied by a doctor's declaration stating that Mitchell would be unable
to attend a court hearing for four to six months, but it included no additional details on her condition or prognosis.
" he said.: "Between around 10.40am and 13.15pm today, some of our customers were unable
to use other banks' ' ATMs.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The number of people unable
to make payments on personal loans and credit cards rose 25.4 percent during the first five months of 2014 on a year-on-year basis, according to recent figures from the Turkish Banks Association (TBB).
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) would like to advise taxpayers who have been affected by flooding in Alberta that they will have access to the CRA s taxpayer relief provisions if they are unable
to meet their tax obligations.
Summary: The RBS banking group has said sorry to its millions of customers after they were left unable
to access accounts or withdraw money.
But council leader Nick Forbes said: "If we don't save that money over the next three years, we will be unable
to function, unable
to pay our staff, unable
to empty the bins, unable
to maintain our roads, unable
to support public transport and unable
to look after vulnerable children and adults."