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Rilka Warbanoff’s Recipe Of The Week | Mandarin Torte



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9 hours ago

SA Police News

Police are seeking a man and any witnesses following a road rage incident between a pedestrian and a driver at Ascot Park yesterday afternoon.

The incident occurred about 3pm on Tuesday 24 April near the intersection of Marion Road and Daws Road, Ascot Park. A man and child were crossing the intersection when he began yelling at the driver of a dark green, almost black, Holden ute about his manner of driving.

The driver then pulled into a nearby car park where the man approached him and struck the bonnet of the vehicle several times with the child's scooter causing damage.

The man is described as of Caucasian appearance, aged in his late 30s, about 178 cm tall, medium build, wearing a light grey t-shirt and black track pants.

Police are seeking any witnesses particularly two people who stopped on the opposite side of Daws Road and may have witnessed the altercation.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au
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Hayley Jesser 🤷🏻‍♀️

Poor child having to see such aggression

No excuse for the pedestrian. Wondering if the driver didn't know you have to give way to pedestrians on slip lanes...

Geez what a role model for his child 🙄🙄 grow up loser

Hope welfare can save the child before it's to late... :-(

Great parenting Cause all our kids should see thats how we handle these type of situations

what was the manner of the holdens driving thats the question

don't him breed more kids

there's a video cam on that intersection.

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Chris Shepherdson good on ya Chris geez

Way to close to home, lots of crazy people are walking around loose these days

Great role model for the child....NOT!!!!!

Good on you dad such a shining example, I'm sure your child took notes on how not to behave .

obviously he was speeding or something for the Dad to lose it.

And if the child got hurt he would be a great dad wouldnt he.

Peter 45 minutes before I got there 😮

Lucky it wasn’t a axe

What a great father!

Ashleigh

Jarrad Murphy

Thats a busy intersection..WHERE was the child while dad was playing with the car?

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11 hours ago

SA Police News

Police are searching for two offenders who broke into a golf club at Hamley Bridge in the early hours of Monday morning.

About 3.50am on Monday 23 April, a light coloured two door hatch, possibly a Ford Fiesta, was used to ram the front gates of the golf club on Ayliffe Bridge Road, Hamley Bridge. Two men gained entry to the clubrooms and stole an empty cash tin before fleeing in the vehicle.

The car is likely to have sustained front end damage including a smashed headlight and indicator.

One suspect wore a light coloured hoodie with text on the back, while the other wore a camouflage hoodie with "VAV65" or similar on the back.

Crime scene investigators attended the scene.

Anyone with information that may help police to identify the two suspects or their vehicle is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au
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Police are searching for two offenders who broke into a golf club at Hamley Bridge in the early hours of Monday morning.

About 3.50am on Monday 23 April, a light coloured two door hatch, possibly a Ford Fiesta, was used to ram the front gates of the golf club on Ayliffe Bridge Road, Hamley Bridge.  Two men gained entry to the clubrooms and stole an empty cash tin before fleeing in the vehicle.

The car is likely to have sustained front end damage including a smashed headlight and indicator.

One suspect wore a light coloured hoodie with text on the back, while the other wore a camouflage hoodie with VAV65 or similar on the back.

Crime scene investigators attended the scene.

Anyone with information that may help police to identify the two suspects or their vehicle is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au

 

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Disgusting.

Thats seriously disgraceful!

VDV... Russian military?

This could also be an early 90's model Mazda 121. The colouring on the rear windows indicated a "Shades" model.

I want to see the look on their faces when they open the cash tin to find it empty....

Maurissa Ann

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I know it takes time to down load stuff, but Monday to Wednesday, I'd suggest their long gone :(

Miserable sods!!!!

Leigh Durdin

James King-Holland

Raelene Michael what hell happening out there in country.?! Can kindly leave Hamley outta it! I loathe thieves

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The joke is that they stole an EMPTY cash tin IDIOTS to risk jail for stealing nothing.

Amy Przibilla

shouldn't be too hard to catch them the car stands out

Looks like VDV (Vozdushno-desantnye Voiska) or Russian Airborne division.

Its a mazda 121 shades 3 door 88 model

That should narrow it down quite a bit

Looks more like a Mitsubishi colt

Or a ford festiva fiesta is much newer in oz.

Definitely not a Ford, its either A Mazda 121 or Daihatsu Cuore.

1988ish Mazda 121 The early Ford Fiesta ( Same body shape) was only available as a 5 door hatch in Australia

Taka Kawasaki Chris Smith Ersh Ershy Ruzehaji 🙄

SA Police News I'm willing to wager it's a camouflage Villains of Virtue hoodie. So many people wear that brand now.

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13 hours ago

SA Police News

Police from across the state have paid their respects at Dawn Services commemorating Anzac Day including Ceduna, Port Lincoln and Hallett Cove. We honour those who have served and continue to serve. Lest We Forget. ...

Police from across the state have paid their respects at Dawn Services commemorating Anzac Day including Ceduna, Port Lincoln and Hallett Cove. We honour those who have served and continue to serve. Lest We Forget.

 

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We will Remember them .Lest we Forget. ❤️❤️.

Well done Jay Nell PC Carman Pete Murray Stuart Mclean and Co. Awesome to see. Lest we forget 👍

Thank you for your service too, just as deserving (respect)

Cummins police officer attended the ANZAC Day Dawn Service also.

As always great SAPOL and yes we will always remember all who serve us, here and at home and those including the members of the police who make our world a safer place .

Lest we forget. 💖❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

We done you all so proud of all of then to Remember all.

My Thanks SA

Good on you Sierra Mike

Jasmine Kelly ??

Another photo has come in from ANZAC services at Murray Bridge.

Well done to the team in Pt Pirie very smart

Fergus

And at Nairne

Chloe Armfield Ayesha Ridgway

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18 hours ago

ABC

This Anzac Day Squadron Leader Rebekah Herron says we need to look after those young veterans who are struggling after returning from war. ...

 

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They fought for our Freeom 🙏🏽 Yet their has never been a more futile time in Australia. Corrupt Australian Corporates, Corrupt Tax Office and Dishonest/ Disloyal Politicians in Government Void of Morals Ethics and Honesty. Hopefully the next generations will show more rights and freedoms to those that need it most

People who have given their youths to the country should be looked after when they come back from war. And that regardless of whether the war was just or unjust. All soldiers were sent by the government. Therefore it is the government's responsibility to look after these soldiers

As a Canadian who has never been to Australia or New Zealand, ANZAC Day brings to mind the sacrifices made at Gallipoli. But I know it is about all fallen soldiers from all wars, and their sacrifice for our freedom.

Of course! Do we really need to tell our citizens that it's our duty to care for them? We know that already! The government system is the one that deny them that respect!

The reality is many veterans sit back in disgust at the outpouring of emotion from our supposed leaders who simultaneously approve of a department that revels in it's propaganda largesse whilst also spending millions on lawyers to deny veterans legitimate claims. Perhaps a royal commission would help shine a light rather than spending 500 Million on renovating the Canberra war memorial? Lest We Forget, indeed.

So we can find $100 million for memorials to the dead, but nothing for the survivors. Kinda sums up why this day seems a bit out of kilter these days.

What a sad day, we should be reminded all wars are futile and need to be avoided at all cost. Reading Philip Gibbs, ‘Now it can be told’ a war correspondent, most reporters had their work severely vetted and that was the condition of their employment with the major newspapers obfuscating the real picture of this terrible war...

War is a totally different beast now,your emery is no longer defines by uniform or position,he could be standing next to you,serving you coffee,more mental stress than ever before they have special needs that need catering to.

"For 100 years on Anzac Day we honour all the men and women who have participated in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations around the world. Live coverage of the Anzac Day March from Canberra." This was taken from your official site. You showed all the pomp and ceremony and just as the actual march was beginning you reverted to the studio. Seriously, this day is supposed to be about about veterans not dignitaries receiving royal salutes and favoring us with their speeches. If you are going to advertise live coverage of the Canberra march, then show the live coverage Canberra march. Pitiful!

We most certainly do. unfortunately governments have very short memories, just look at Vietnam and every other war.

We especially need to look after all those veterans who have returned from fighting with Centrelink, the Big Banks, Corrupt Politicians, Corrupt Government Bureaucracy, Corrupt Judiciary, Corrupt Police, Corrupt AFP, Corrupt Big Business, etc.

"Oh, yep, we'll get to that - just need to spend $140m in France first."

The collective we need not do anything. The Army sent them there, stuffed them up mentally and emotionally, they should be the ones to clean up the mess. NOT the rest of us.

For the government to actually care for the people it is necessary to first have a government consisting of CARING people who wish to serve and not take.

Absolutely we do. If you can't afford to fix them when they get back you can't afford to send them in the first place.

Sadly the mistreatment of those who fought for freedom is an ancient shame-I remember doing Roman history as part of my Latin studies in secondary school & centurions became little more than homeless, destitute beggars on the streets. Surely our modern enlightened governments have to step up

Yes, by nor spending more money on the War Memorial, but on the War veterans.

Do not forget on this day the Preachers or Ministers that served some taken prisoners some killed in action they were there, they saw the bloodshed and the HORROR our men and women seen! A lot of time the Padre held hand as that person "Went to Glory" it was them saying words over the fallen as they were buried on foreign soil we remember the ADF men and women that fought and died and we must remember also the BRAVE PADRE armed with nothing else but their Bibles that never returned!

Look after them before the people that sent them to fight . How much is Howard getting from our purse after destroying Australia

Please explain to me how invading a country and killing its citizens is defending our freedom.

Anzac day, the greatest recruitment device yet..no need for conscription!

But the 500 mill wanted for a pretty new memorial would other wise provide an A1 facility for just that purpose.

And the older veterans-like a member of my family-who are fighting the demons of war long after they retired from 30+ years of duty. Lest we forget.

Liberals don't care one bit about our vets

I totally agree.

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18 hours ago

ABC

The Haka and the Corroboree performed together at Kings Park on Anzac Day. ...

 

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This is wonderful, amazing to watch. I think more of our Australian indigenous culture should be taught at schools. I feel that the little that is shown to our children is just tokenism.. The Haka always gives me goosebumps..

Very moving Australia needs to embrace all of our cultures and become world leaders in showing others we can live as one

Do not forget on this day the Preachers or Ministers that served some taken prisoners some killed in action they were there, they saw the bloodshed and the HORROR our men and women seen! A lot of time the Padre held hand as that person "Went to Glory" it was them saying words over the fallen as they were buried on foreign soil we remember the ADF men and women that fought and died and we must remember also the BRAVE PADRE armed with nothing else but their Bibles that never returned!

Alan Jones's head just exploded.

Brilliant performance, inclusiveness and the union of people will always be a winner, congratulations to everyone!! bloody ripper!

Spirit. Courage. Tribute. Union. Culture. Powerful beyond measure. Lest We Forget.

To the indigenous & New Zealand people thank you very much as this performance was absolutely beautiful Lest we Forget

So exciting! So moving and powerful, thank you to everyone for organising this special special performance - here’s to more!

One of the most deeply moving things I've seen in a long time. Brought tears to my eyes.

Wow powerful. I cried. Also loved seeing all the kids joining in and connecting to their culture. Congratulations to all involved

How absolutely perfectly 100% appropriate on such an important day

This makes me very proud to call myself a New Zealander plus having the privilege of call Australia home. Thank you for coming together as you have . Many wise words spoken today

Moved to tears - this was awesome!!!

Words fail me...just beautiful. Watch the lot. Thank you. 60,000 years...may we learn from this. Respect. Treaty for Australia.

Great vision. Congratulations to all concerned creating a spirit of inclusiveness

Incredible <3 you should all be so proud, feels like the start of something new, something better <3

Wow two beautiful ancient cultures coming together Lest we forget ! Beautiful performance by everyone I never thought I would see these two cultures coming together like this amazing.I loved it 🌏💜🇦🇺🇳🇿

Those aboriginal dancers had incredible moves , great to watch and they should go on tour around the country

What a great performance and beautiful display of two important cultures. Loved it! Thank you for the opportunity to see in Sydney. Congratulations to all the participants.

Absolutely amazing because of the passion and enthusiasm shown by this coming together of cultures. Young and old alike, being proud of their history and traditions. Wonderful

What an awesome sight the spirits of the land would be clapping their hands in merriment to see these great dancers performing to help with the cleansing...just magical....

This is a fitting ceremony

Thank you to all for sharing cultures. Brilliant

A lovely performance to watch, well done to all involved. A great tribute to all Australian and New Zealand cultures

LOVE it. Thank you. Could I ask a question regarding the Haka though? I remember a female sports team did the Haka and there was an issue because it isn't traditionally done by women. Is that strictly speaking correct? I noticed women partaking here but with different moves. Any insights?

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21 hours ago

SA Police News

Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate missing young man, Scott Redman.

Scott Redman, 19, of Windsor Gardens, was last seen in the Kimba area about 3pm on Saturday 21 April. It is believed he may be travelling in a black 2003 Kia Sorento SUV/station wagon, S810BEY and it may have broken down or ran out of fuel. Police and his family are concerned for his welfare.

Scott Redman is Caucasian, 178cm tall, slim build, with blonde hair, blue eyes and tattoos on his arms.

Anyone who spots Scott Redman, provided him any assistance or has information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the police assistance line immediately on 131 444.
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Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate missing young man, Scott Redman.

Scott Redman, 19, of Windsor Gardens, was last seen in the Kimba area about 3pm on Saturday 21 April.  It is believed he may be travelling in a black 2003 Kia Sorento SUV/station wagon, S810BEY and it may have broken down or ran out of fuel.  Police and his family are concerned for his welfare.

Scott Redman is Caucasian, 178cm tall, slim build, with blonde hair, blue eyes and tattoos on his arms.

Anyone who spots Scott Redman, provided him any assistance or has information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the police assistance line immediately on 131 444.

 

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Tim Larwood. Keep an eye out 😊

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Maybe not found Tim.

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Cassie Peroff - keep an eye out.

Shared hoping for a safe & speedy recovery.

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Hope hes found safe n well

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1 day ago

SA Police News

Tomorrow, the Royal Australian Air Force will be conducting the following flypasts across these locations in support of Anzac Day commemorations.

A P-8A Poseidon will visit the following locations:
6.35am- Tumby Bay Memorial, Tumby Bay Foreshore
7am- Largs RSL, Largs North
7.15am- West Croydon RSL, West Croydon
An AP-3C Orion will make an appearance over King William Rd in Adelaide at 11am.

Further information on aircraft type, location and timings for flypasts across Australia can also be found in the map at the link below (if having issues, open in Chrome):
www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1KdD5QPUnt17AWK5uMGqWXgZmiGKXvvXG&ll=-26.28990469032888%2C136.74...
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Andrew Bock

Annika O'Connell

Love the flypasts. 👏👏👏👏👍👍👍

Mark Victory

Albert Slaap Kathy Boyce

Mark Wallis

Love flypasts they are pretty awesome to watch. ❤️❤️.

Emily Morgan p8 will flyover at 7am. It looks like a normal plane.

Luke Čeligoj

Carol

Henry Breen Rhianna Carmody

Spasa Pasa

Declan Alomes

Neville Bishop

Cory

Christina Asanopoulos

Kenny Wyatt

Judy Arbery You Up?

Sam Taylor

Chris Clarke something to watch out for?

Martin Coopers - Kirlew

Duncan Tee

Mitchell Hutchins

Denise Wright we have to watch it

Alexander Jon get around the p8

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1 day ago

SA Police News

Police are appealing for information from the public as they investigate an incident at Mannum that left a man in a critical condition in hospital.

Members of the public found the man collapsed on the footpath on David Street, Mannum about 7am on Monday 23 April and alerted police.

The unresponsive man was taken to the Mannum Hospital before being airlifted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He has sustained serious head injuries and undergone surgery. His condition is life-threatening.

Murray Bridge CIB detectives are investigating how the 45-year-old local man came to sustain serious injuries. Investigations have revealed the man had been drinking at a friend's house nearby and left in the early hours of the morning on a scooter, which was found parked on the footpath next to him.

Police ask anyone who saw the man on his scooter or earlier that morning or the night before to contact Crime Stoppers South Australia on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au
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That’s why there were cops everywhere Mon morn when we left Mannum 🤔

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Cheyanne was it this u was wondering bout at mannum??

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