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There was a 38% increase in RNLI call-outs with crews launching 272 times and 261 people rescued.
Across the country, there were more than 3,200 call-outs at a total cost of about pounds 7.
Swansea's Morriston Hospital had 171 call-outs between January 2006 and March 2008.
The aim is to cut the number of non-emergency call-outs and the report said it believed locksmiths and lift companies could provide a much more sophisticated service than that provided by the fire and rescue services.
Under the new rules, after three false alarms police call-outs are halted until companies install a 'confirmed technology alarm.
Honeywell will provide a comprehensive maintenance programme for building services, including planned preventive maintenance, emergency call-outs and replacement parts.
Brain haemorrhages make up around six per cent of all Wales Air Ambulance call-outs, and 18% of treatment is for cardiac chest pain.
AN advert that implied British Gas would attend same-day call-outs even over Christmas has been banned by a watchdog.
A HUDDERSFIELD-based car rescue service will remember 2009 for some silly call-outs.
Fire services recorded 220 call-outs to bonfires around the country.
Ogwen Valley MRT has also seen its call-outs spiral from 70 in 2008 to 87 so far this year.
Northern Doctors Urgent Care (NDUC) provides out-of-hours access to GP services for 934,000 people across Newcastle, Northumberland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside, and has issued the appeal due to increased call-outs this winter.
More than 450 pest control call-outs were made to schools in Wales plagued with vermin within nine months, our investigation found.
The number of call-outs at Redcar lifeboat station rose just slightly during 2006 - despite the closure of its nearest neighbour.
NEW Year's Eve madness saw ambulance call-outs treble from last year.