Restoring NHS dentistry, toothpaste thieves and a tooth in a pie

19 August 2022

This week we have some bizarre stories appearing in the news, from a full cow’s tooth being found in a pie to an incident where thieves decided to steal a high volume of toothpaste. On the renewable energy side, things are looking positive as we see how various companies are expanding their renewable energy bids and how offshore wind is also being turned into coral reefs to support ocean ecosystems.


Dentists should give antibiotics to high-risk patients to help prevent life-threatening heart infection, study suggests

City gets no extra dentists as £50m government boost branded ‘a gimmick’

Fears are raised by the NHS dentist crisis that deadly mouth cancers are going undiagnosed

Dental Restorative Material Professional Market Trend, COVID-19 Impact, Current Industry Figures With Demand By Countries And Future Growth 2029

Fray Bentos apologises for cow tooth found in Sheppey weatherman’s pie

Rishi Sunak vows to ‘restore’ NHS dentistry admitting patients cannot get ‘care they need’

Thieves attempt to steal £400 of toothpaste in bizarre Wrexham incident

EXCLUSIVE: Surge in dodgy dental procedures as people try to look like Love Island contestants

DON’T GO – I paid £10K for the perfect smile in Turkey but was left with pegs for teeth – people say I look like a 60-year-old gran

Linda Evangelista reveals why she tried cosmetic procedure that left her ‘deformed’: ‘I’m a little vain’


Renewable energy

UK government seeks to improve clean energy supply by promoting biomass

Scots Distillery Toasts Green Hydrogen Planning Approval

Which countries are doing the most to tackle energy bills?

Truss unveils UK energy masterplan to take back control and ‘immediately’ slash bills

Scottish-built electric vehicle to go big Stateside after sales deal signed

Ørsted seeds coral on Taiwanese offshore wind turbines in world-first trial

Wind turbines dubbed ‘aliens’ that ‘blight’ the British countryside as efficacy questioned



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