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Man jailed for stabbing best mate after drunken golf course argument

Man jailed for stabbing best mate after drunken golf course argument



2018-04-16T14:00:01+0000

When taking a swing goes further than teeing off...

A Victorian man has been jailed for drunkenly stabbing his best mate in the thigh during a game of golf, causing massive blood loss that could have been fatal.



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5 hours ago

SBS News

Chinese descendants of WWII veterans joined Perth's Anzac Day march for the first time bit.ly/2qXIOzm ...

 

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Why not? WW2 was a horror-fest for everyone, that's literally what the WW means, and both sides although China was invaded by Japan, the Japanese were hurt too, we all bled because of some bad decisions we didn't really know how to make.

Olivia Ryan

21 hours ago

City of Sydney

Today we pay respects to the brave men and women who have served our country. Lest we forget.

📷: thismustbehope via Instagram
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Today we pay respects to the brave men and women who have served our country. Lest we forget.

📷: thismustbehope via Instagram

 

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I can't wait for that massive water fountain to be completed. I just wish they allowed more pedestrian space in front of it for disabled people and those who are waiting for busses. Also for pedestrians walking by. I am saying this because I think that the commuters are just as important as the nice fountain. Just a little oversight by council that can always get fixed later...I think.

My take on the remembrance of those brave soldiers during today's Anzac March in Sydney #wewillrememberthem #lestweforget

Lest we forget

A beautiful city

Lest We Forget

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No ANZAC Biscuits at Gallipoli.

The origins of that great Australian institution the ANZAC biscuit are unknown and they were not in soldiers’ rations during the Great War, says academic Dr Matthew Bailey.

There was, however, a biscuit based on rolled oats, sugar, flour and butter that was popular at the time. Its magic ingredient was golden syrup which replaced eggs as the binding agent. This produced not only a tasty and nutritious biscuit but one that could last a long time.

Some families may have sent the treat to their loved ones abroad, but it was not until after the war that these biscuits gained the moniker “ANZAC” and began to be commercially made. Since that time Australian troops abroad have enjoyed ANZAC biscuits, either in ration packs or courtesy of parcels from home.

We should also remember that like pavlova and Russell Crowe, New Zealanders also make a claim for the ANZAC Biscuit!
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No ANZAC Biscuits at Gallipoli.

The origins of that great Australian institution the ANZAC biscuit are unknown and they were not in soldiers’ rations during the Great War, says academic Dr Matthew Bailey.

There was, however, a biscuit based on rolled oats, sugar, flour and butter that was popular at the time. Its magic ingredient was golden syrup which replaced eggs as the binding agent. This produced not only a tasty and nutritious biscuit but one that could last a long time. 

Some families may have sent the treat to their loved ones abroad, but it was not until after the war that these biscuits gained the moniker “ANZAC” and began to be commercially made. Since that time Australian troops abroad have enjoyed ANZAC biscuits, either in ration packs or courtesy of parcels from home. 

We should also remember that like pavlova and Russell Crowe, New Zealanders also make a claim for the ANZAC Biscuit!

 

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