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24/06/2018 | 南京夜网 | Permalink

IF you have ten minutes to spare on Thursday between noon and 6pm take the opportunity to see the masterplan for the town centre.If you have a business in the main street, you must make the time to see it.In its entirety, the plan is spectacular but the $10million allocated won’t do the lot.The tough decision is where to start and what to do first.Some may argue why bother going to all this trouble to develop a plan when it can’t all be done but we had to start somewhere and this is a complete plan that can be developed in stages.The allocated $10million will do some of the project and hopefully, as more funds become available, more work can be done.Businesses or community groups may decide they want to sponsor a public seat or they may want to help with the plantings.Apparently the Roads and Maritime Services also offer grants when the speed limits on roads is reduced to 40kmph so this too could be an option for funding.The important thing now is to understand what the work involves and the best way you can do that, ask the questions and have the conversation is by attending Thursday’s shop front session at 103 John Street.
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Murray waste stations to be upgraded

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THE River Murray puts up with a lot, so the construction of new waste disposal stations at Mannum and Swan Reach over the next few months will come as a relief.
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The State Government will spend $1.2 million on the two stations where boaties pump out sewage and grey water and dispose of rubbish.

Off-shore structures and on-shore pump systems will be upgraded to cater for larger, more modern vessels and to increase the amount of storage space at each site.

River Murray Minister Ian Hunter said several of the 13 waste stations between the state border and Murray Mouth were not big enough to cope.

“There are 13 waste stations on the river, and some don’t have the capacity to handle sewage from larger, modern vessels,” he said.

“Some of the waste stations are also not strong enough to deal with the load of mooring the bigger boats.

“Demand from smaller boats has also increased, with EPA (Environment Protec-tion Agency) legislation requiring grey water and sewage from all river vessels be deposited at a waste station rather than being released into the river.”

An Environment Department spokesman said the work would begin at Mannum in March and at Swan Reach after Easter, and would not depend on Labor retaining government at the upcoming State election.

He said alternative waste disposal locations would be set up while work was in progress.

By reducing the amount of pollution entering the river, waste stations keep disease-causing bacteria such as E coli, and nutrients what cause algal blooms, out of the water.

The old stations had served South Aust-ralia’s 3000-strong houseboat fleet for 40 years.

River Murray waste stations at Mannum and Swan Reach will be upgraded.

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Stalwart of Daylesford community, Roz Moynihan, honoured at ChillOut

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A past stalwart of the Daylesford community, Roz Moynihan, will be recognized though this year’s Chill Out (CO) Festival’s Worthy Cause program.
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The CO committee will name its youth program after her.

“We (CO) are doing this in memory of Roz, a true superhero of our local community who’s enthusiasm for CO was legendary,” CO volunteer director Tanya Baricevich said.

Every year the CO committee supports many community organisations and charities through the Worthy Cause program. Together with the committee of the Slowest Lunch, all proceeds this year will go towards the Roz Moynihan Youth Development Program (RMYDP).

The RMYDP is all about training young people from the local area and giving them the skills to gain employment in this region, Ms Baricevich said.

“The CO team is hosting a traineeship in partnership with CVGT Australia.

“The traineeship aims to offer qualifications and experience as a festival administrator, working in a real-life festival environment.”

Last year, Kayleigh Hughes completed a Certificate IV in Project Management and trainee Jesse Thwaites is well on his way to completing his Certificate III in Business.

As a part of RMYDP, CO is offering to pay for RSAs and is offering work experience over the festival weekend.

“This will provide young people with a practical hospitality qualification and work experience,” Ms Baricevich said.

This year, the CO committee is also promoting local artists, designers and artisans.

“CO is looking for artists, designers or artisans to make a donation of works to the Worthy Cause,” Ms Baricevich said.

Past recipients of the Worthy Cause program have included the SES, CFA, the Hepburn Wildlife shelter, The Alana and Madeline Foundation and Daylesford and District Food Aid.

“We require auction items for the Slowest Lunch at the Argus Dining Room, with proceeds going towards the RMYDP,” Ms Baricevich said.

For further information, call the Chill Out office on 53484516 or email [email protected]南京夜网.au

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Hepburn Primary School to celebrate 150th anniversary

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Hepburn Primary school is to celebrate its 150th anniversary on March 29 and is seeking memorabilia that features the school.
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“If anyone has anything they would like to share on the day, we would love to borrow it, “Rebecca Pendretti, one of the organising committee, said.

“Due to privacy laws, past students need to contact the school, so invitations can be sent out,” Glenda Young, principal Hepburn Primary said.

Plans for a full day of fun are underway starting around lunchtime. At 2.30pm the official party will open the time capsules with tree planting and plaque ceremony followed by dinner at 6pm.

Those interested in placing items in the new time capsule are asked to drop the items at the school.

“We would really love any old family stories and old family recipes to collate into a history come recipe book,” Ms Young said.

“This will be printed after the celebrations with orders taken on the day.”

Inquiries: phone 5348 2531.

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Resuscitation cot for Singleton Hospital

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SINGLETON Hospital will receive one of three resuscitation cots announced for the Hunter by the State Government yesterday.Member for Upper Hunter George Souris said the cot, valued at $22,500, will provide vital care to newborn babies.Mr Souris accompanied Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Member for Maitland Robyn Parker on a visit to Maitland Hospital yesterday to unveil two new resuscitations cots of the same value – one to be stationed in the maternity ward and one in the special care nursery.“The arrival of this state-of-the-art resuscitation cot at Singleton Hospital is a great day for our community,” Mr Souris said.“It is a much needed piece of life-saving equipment which will allow the skilled and hardworking staff of Singleton Hospital to deliver an even higher standard of care to newborns babies in their most vulnerable moments.”Late last year, Mrs Skinner funded Humpty Dumpty Foundation’s purchase of the three resuscitation cots, as well as other cots and lifesaving equipment for hospitals around the state.The cot assists babies who experience complications and stop breathing.It has an inbuilt oxygen outlet for immediate access to resuscitate a baby.A pulse oximeter monitors oxygen delivery to the baby.The cot also provides a warm environment, which reduces stress to the baby.Minister Skinner said: “I have no doubt the addition of three resuscitation cots to Singleton Hospital and Maitland Hospital will save the lives of our smallest patients and bring great comfort to parents at a very stressful time in their lives.”The announcement was made before the state parliament cabinet meeting in Maitland yesterday.
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Nowra: gas leak and Manildra fire keep emergency services busy

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THE value of having multiple Fire and Rescue NSW stations in the Nowra area was highlighted on Tuesday morning with crews called to two major incidents simultaneously.
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Around 7.30am crews from Fire and Rescue NSW Shoalhaven were called to the Manildra factory at Bomaderry for a reported flour fire.

The second pumper from the Fire and Rescue NSW Nowra also attended the scene and joined fire crews from Manildra in extinguishing the blaze in a flour bucket lift.

Two Hazmat crewsfrom Wollongong also attended the scene with firefighters spending a number of hours searching the flour mill to ensure there were no other outbreaks.

Fire and Rescue NSW Shoalhaven and Nowra crews along with two Hazmat Units from Wollongong attended a flour fire at Manildra’s Bomaderry plant on Tuesday morning.

Fire and Rescue NSW crews clean up after a high pressure gas line was ruptured in Wondalga Crescent in Nowra on Tuesday morning.

Part of Moss Street in Nowra was locked down on Tuesday morning due to a gas leak in Wondalga Crescent adjacent to Nowra High School.

Up to 15 personnel scoured the five-storey plant to ensure it was safe.

Just before 8.30am crews were called to a second emergency after workmen accidently ruptured a high pressure gas line with a crowbar in Wondalga Crescent adjacent to Nowra High School.

Crews from Fire and Rescue NSW Nowra and Berry attended the scene, with

Moss Street between Wondalga Crescent and the roundabout in front of the school cordoned off and a safety exclusion zone put in place for about 45 minutes.

Fire crews wearing breathing apparatus used hoses to defuse the escaping gas and assisted by police checked a number of nearby residences homes to ensure residents were not affected by the leak.

Ambulance NSW crews were also on stand-by in case of any possible emergency.

The gas authority isolated the gas supply and secured the scene.

As a precaution Nowra High students were evacuated from the area adjacent to Wondalga Crescent and moved to an isolated part of the school grounds.

The incident disrupted traffic around Nowra High School.

The road was reopened to traffic shortly after 9.20am.

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Regional World’s Longest Lunch back in Hepburn Springs

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longest lunch: Hepburn Shire councillor Sebastian Klein (standing) and Kath Wratten chat with Daylesford Swing Band members, from left, Christine Dobson, Keith McCrossan, Jenny Batchelor and John Tozer joined Andrew Dennis, Bettina Ralph, Christian Reuthe, David Wilcocks and Kylie Himmerman. Picture: JULIE HOUGHThe Regional World’s Longest Lunch is back in Hepburn Springs as part of Melbourne’s Food and Wine Festival.
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The RWLL provides a tantalising experience of the best produce the Daylesford and Macedon Ranges region has to offer. From shiraz to chevre, from mineral water to mangolds, there is sure to be a flavour for every palate.

Chefs Richard Mee (Mercato), Kylie Himmerman (Verde Provedore), Andrew Dennis (The Grande), with David Wilcocks and Christian Reuther (The Argus Dining Room), have been consistently wowing palates here in the Central Highlands and are driving forces behind the culinary renown of the region.

David and Christian said: “This is the second year running The Argus Dining Room and Birch Estate have been involved in what is a great day contributing to an equally great cause.”

Daylesford Hotel’s Anne Marie Banting said: “This is an exciting opportunity to match great regional food cooked by passionate local chefs with fantastic local wine. Macedon Ranges and Daylesford surrounds boasts an array of cool climate wines made by equally passionate wine makers. The Daylesford Hotel is proud to be part of the RWLL and will showcase these wines in our wine store. Let’s show them what we are made of!”

A new aspect of this year’s event will be an array of left bank-style artists courtesy of Clay Space Artisans in Daylesford.

The music provided by the Daylesford Swing Band will ensure a very bright and entertaining afternoon of entertainment.

All proceeds this year will go to the Daylesford Youthspace a ‘third space’ for kids to hang out, learn new skills and have fun.

Projects in mind are heating the space and installing audio-visual equipment.

Cr Sebastian Klein, Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre youth extension co-ordinator, said: “Local produce, local chefs getting together for the local youth … it’s just a great event all round.”

Community causes which have benefited from the lunch have included the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden at the Daylesford Primary School, the Daylesford Circus kids and young people in local hospitality training.

Four courses matched to outstanding local beverages at just $140 per head makes for an exceptional cuisine experience not to be missed.

Tickets are available online just search ‘Try Booking Regional World’s Longest Lunch’ or contact Bettina Ralph at [email protected]南京夜网.au or on 0423 630 674.

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UPDATE: Police shift Lake Canobolas search focus to water

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WATER SEARCH: A police search boat looking for Arvid Stenzel at Lake Canobolas on Monday. Photo: LUKE SCHUYLERPOLICE are continuing their search for missing 19-year-old German backpacker Arvid Stenzel with specialist divers concentrating on scouring Lake Canobolas.
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This is the second day in a row that police divers have searched the large body of water, having spent several hours yesterday using sonar equipment that helps detect and locate submerged objects.

Police will continue to comb the land around the lake, but on their third day of searching their focus has shifted to the body of water.

Mr Stenzel was last seen at around 2am on Sunday morning after telling friends he felt like going for a swim.

Canobolas Local Area Command duty officer Bruce Grassick said over the past two days extensive searches had already been conducted in the land surrounding the lake.




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Mayfield imam charged in underage marriage probe

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Police have arrested and charged an imam accused of conducting the marriage of a 12-year-old girl in the Hunter Valley this year.
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Detectives from the Child Abuse Squad arrested the 35-year-old Pakistan-born man outside Parramatta police station about 4.30pm on Monday afternoon, police said.

They charged him with solemnisation of a marriage by an unauthorised person.

Police will allege he agreed to conduct a ceremony after he was approached by a 26-year-old man, who was eager to marry the girl.

The 26-year-old, a Lebanese man who is living in Australia on a student visa, has been charged with 25 counts of having sexual intercourse with an underage child.

He is in custody and is expected to make an application for bail before Burwood Local Court on Wednesday.

It had been reported the imam had gone to ground.

“He was located outside the police station,” a police spokesman said.

“It wasn’t arrest by appointment or anything like that, just that we happened to find him outside the police station.”

The spokesman said the imam was not related to the girl.

The imam was released on strict conditional bail and is expected to appear before Parramatta Local Court on April 2.

Child abuse detectives told Fairfax Media the imam had been associated with an Islamic centre in the Hunter region “on and off” since 2009.

It is understood he is no longer associated with the centre or mosque.

“We don’t know if he has done it before. But there is no evidence to suggest he has conducted a marriage before,” a detective said.

Police have not laid charges against the father of the girl, but investigations continue.

Detectives allege the father allowed his daughter to be married to the 26-year-old at his house in a private Islamic ceremony on January 12.

The child and her husband had been living in south-west Sydney since early January.

Police were made aware of the marriage when the 26-year-old tried to obtain legal guardianship of the girl at Centrelink after she expressed a wish to attend high school.

The girl, who is now aged 13, is now living in foster care.

It is understood NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas will address the media about the marriage at a press conference today.

Investigations by the Child Abuse Squad are continuing, police said.

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PHOTOSYoung Fleurieu Liberals at The Links, Lady Bay

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Young Liberal supporters met Finniss MP Michael Pengilly ahead of the March state election on Sunday, February 9.
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Supporters were able to speak with Mr Pengilly at the informal get-together at The Links, Lady Bay.

Craig and Leonie Fitzgerald of Yankalilla.

Steve Wright of Victor Harbor, David Basham of Mount Compass and David Hall of Victor Harbor.

Louisa, Nick and Ava Gormley of Encounter Bay.

John and Julie Woite of Victor Harbor, with Ann and Peter Krichauff of Delamere.

Leonie Fitzgerald of Yankalilla, Emma Gilbert of Victor Harbor and Brigitta Baldock of Normanville.

Yvette Nicholls, Chris Jones, Paul Price, Deidre Thompson and Phil Thompson, all of Victor Harbor.

Kym Deckart of Clare Valley, Brian Stephens of Normanville and Finniss MP Michael Pengilly.

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