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Wildlife carer vows to fight 'ridiculous' fine for removing snake for neighbour

Wildlife carer vows to fight 'ridiculous' fine for removing snake for neighbour



2018-03-14T07:11:00+0000

"I won't be paying the fine because I still believe I did nothing wrong."

A wildlife hospital owner has been fined for keeping wildlife without a permit after removing a snake from a neighbour's yard.



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7 News Australia

GP's are concerned older drivers may need more stringent testing to stay on the road.

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I watched a guy who could hardly walk shuffle across the car park and get into his huge car..😳If you can’t walk you should not drive a car that is not adapted.

Should be a yearly test for everyone over 65 years of age

Open your eyes and see the number of P plates speeding etc

Need yearly test over 70 and medical certificate to say they fit to drive

More like earlier testing. 85 years is too late. Most people are dead by then. Change it to 70

I love how every fool under 30 blames everyone over 30 for there problems. The only drivers that pass me are P platers!

What about the young generation They can’t drive either

So the retirement age keeps rising and you expect people to work but not drive.....go figure!

Some young drivers shouldn't be on the road either

If the government says we’re old enough to work, than we’re old enough to drive 🙄🙄🙄

And the government saying 70 years can Do Lots of work so this Age Can work that’s mean the age can drive

Haha. .being privy to the GP tests. .they are a farce. As are many RMS offices who will do a driving test and pass oldies against medical and family concerns! However I think everyone no matter what age should be subjected to both at least every 2 years or less if they have a conviction for alcohol and drug usage

Their thinking isn't as quick and most drive large cars and can't see properly. Doctors need to get tougher. My head on was caused by an elderly with eye problems and he didn't see me coming...

I agree but if you look at the road toll and finds you also need to make the Driver License harder for P Plates??? Because they have way more accidents and speeding finds then the aged !!

Maybe a few Stricker test on old doctors would be in order here should they be allowed to risk lives after ? 45 just saying more people are killed by doctors than cars in Australia each year

From the age of 60 taxis drivers got to have medical every year. What about those who drink, talk, text, speed, drugs, disqualified list is endless. Oldies having lapse of concentration, doesn’t everyone. We will be all old one day🤭🤭🤔🤔

I got hit by one in a car park. She was in a tiny hatch back I was in a SUV, she claimed to not see me at all. I was sitting stationary indicating waiting for a car park and she reversed on out. I agree there needs to be a system of review for the elderly

All for it. So busy on our roads now gave up driving because felt it was time at the age of 75yrs. Never forgive oneself if you killed someone. Know it's hard for some but you get used to it,just a small change of life .

Got hit by a women reversing in a day care car park she wont lose her licence so what the difference

How did channel 7 find a doctor who cared. All i can find is ones who barely give you 5 min of there time and they certainly dont care

Just ask the insurance companies it's mostly young males causing accidents. Leave the elderly alone .

what would GP know- I agree that some oldies should not be able to own those big 4 wheel drives small auto would do them

Is it really going to hurt anyone? really? just sit a regular skills test. Is it worth risking life NOT to do it!!

Yes it should be done you have nothing to worry about if you are ok be safe

About time rules have changed and you can't tell them

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Over $160,000 was raised by Macquarie’s Centre for Motor Neuron Disease Research at their annual gala dinner, attended by 275 supporters at Doltone House last Friday.

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Reflecting on the success of the gala, Professor of Neurology Dominic Rowe says: "The motivation was to create focus – to work like a catalyst so that we within the university community and within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, and within the broader community, can focus on this disease that kills 800 Australians each year.

"Two people a day die from this disease and often that path is a lonely path, not only for the person who has motor neurone disease but also for
their families.

"So, one of the major achievements that we hope to attain with nights like this and with fundraising is for people with MND to know that they are not alone and that we are working on hopefully making ourselves [the MND Research and Clinician Team] redundant."
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Over $160,000 was raised by Macquarie’s Centre for Motor Neuron Disease Research at their annual gala dinner, attended by 275 supporters at Doltone House last Friday. 

The donations will help to support vital research, clinical care and clinical trials at the centre: www.mq.edu.au/mnd

Reflecting on the success of the gala, Professor of Neurology Dominic Rowe says: The motivation was to create focus – to work like a catalyst so that we within the university community and within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, and within the broader community, can focus on this disease that kills 800 Australians each year.

Two people a day die from this disease and often that path is a lonely path, not only for the person who has motor neurone disease but also for
their families. 

So, one of the major achievements that we hope to attain with nights like this and with fundraising is for people with MND to know that they are not alone and that we are working on hopefully making ourselves [the MND Research and Clinician Team] redundant.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Bryce Cotton, clutch level 💯

The MVP reflects on one of the highlights of the season!
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bryce is awesome! love watching him play

He’s awesome player....

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Macquarie University Professor Anne Ross-Smith, from the Faculty of Business and Economics, presented her joint research on women on corporate boards to nearly 400 people from over 25 countries at this year's International Gender, Work and Organisation Conference in Sydney last week.

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Macquarie University Professor Anne Ross-Smith, from the Faculty of Business and Economics, presented her joint research on women on corporate boards to nearly 400 people from over 25 countries at this years International Gender, Work and Organisation Conference in Sydney last week.

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But that's the pic of Professor Alison Pullen 🤔🤔

Nice one

Congratulations to Macquarie University Adjunct Professor Harvey Dillon, who was appointed by Australia’s Governor General as an Officer of Australia (AO) as part of the Queen's Birthday 2018 Honours List.

The appointment was for “distinguished service to science and to engineering, as a researcher in the field of hearing loss assessment, electrophysiology and rehabilitation, and to improved auditory technologies".
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Congratulations to Macquarie University Adjunct Professor Harvey Dillon, who was appointed by Australia’s Governor General as an Officer of Australia (AO) as part of the Queens Birthday 2018 Honours List.

The appointment was for “distinguished service to science and to engineering, as a researcher in the field of hearing loss assessment, electrophysiology and rehabilitation, and to improved auditory technologies.

 

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Congratulations Harvey.We are very proud of you.Love the Bovington.xx

Fantastic and so well deserved! Congratulations Harvey🏅🏅

Congratulations

Congratulations Harvey, what an honour!

Well done!!

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The vice-captain (and three-time NBL Champion 🏆🏆🏆) is back! ...

 

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Great news .....I like Greg great motivator and get stuck in just found out we are only going with 2 Americans bit confused as to why ? Have the coaches looked at who Melbourne and Sydney and New Zealand are brining in

Seems he’s playing well in the sbl so bring on the main nbl season.

Nice. Hope his calf holds out this season.

Yay!

Great news

Good👌👍

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