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Woolworths meltdown closes stores across Australia

Woolworths meltdown closes stores across Australia



2018-04-16T07:08:37+0000

"UTTER CHAOS NATIONWIDE."

A nationwide technical outage has forced Woolworths supermarkets to close their shutters in the middle of the day.



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3 hours ago

7 News Australia

If you've been drinking low-carb beers to help keep off the kilos, researchers have some disheartening news.

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Suckers, If your gonna drink a beer drink a real beer! What are you scared of, messing up your millennial man bod. Lay off the avocados perhaps!

See, I told you so ....... bloody “Girly” beers ....

I'm getting fat anyway I dont need beer hahaa

Now everything makes sense 😂

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7 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

Alvey Reels, at risk of collapse, has been saved.

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Come on everyone lets go buy new reels

Thank god an Australian company has been saved whoever is helping these people please keep it in Australia and do not send it overseas Australian companies that one of the best and specially if they make their own products over here

Worked here a few years ago welding frames for deep sea reels. Was a good feeling knowing I was making parts for an Aussie icon. Bruce and Tony are great people and very passionate about keeping it Aussie made. Here's to another 100 years of Alvey Reels!

Keep Alvey Aussie !

i would love to own an alvey reel again they are the best

Such good news, keep punching lads!

Caught many a snapper with the old Alvey reels

new reels.. yep.. big fish..

Good news Gary Kildey!

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8 hours ago

SA Police News

Police are seeking assistance from the public to help locate missing woman Tersilla Bottin.

Mrs Tersilla Bottin, 85, was last seen at an address in Cowandilla, about 4.30pm this afternoon, Friday 20 April. Police and family have concerns for her welfare as she suffers from a medical condition.

Tersilla Bottin is about 170cm tall, has grey hair and glasses, she was last seen wearing a bright green top and carrying a black bag. Mrs Bottin speaks English and Italian.

If anyone sees Tersilla Bottin or has information on her whereabouts, please contact police immediately on 131 444.
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Police are seeking assistance from the public to help locate missing woman Tersilla Bottin.

Mrs Tersilla Bottin, 85, was last seen at an address in Cowandilla, about 4.30pm this afternoon, Friday 20 April. Police and family have concerns for her welfare as she suffers from a medical condition.

Tersilla Bottin is about 170cm tall, has grey hair and glasses, she was last seen wearing a bright green top and carrying a black bag. Mrs Bottin speaks English and Italian. 

If anyone sees Tersilla Bottin or has information on her whereabouts, please contact police immediately on 131 444.

 

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8 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

Vision has been released of flight attendants on the doomed Southwest plane shouting reminders at passengers to breathe through their oxygen masks.

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The passengers that left their seats and managed to get her back into the plane are heroes as they risked their own lives. Sadly their attempts to revive her failed. Hope the receive an award for their bravery.

Doomed? I believe the plane made it back.

Sean Lahiff Samantha Killorn poor lady 😔

8 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

Almost two years to the day since Prince died prosecutors say no-one will be charged over the popstar's fatal overdose.

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It seems Prince was just a human in a lot of physical pain who tried to keep working, but to do so needed some heavy pain medications. At some stage, they can become too much, but then again, so can the actual pain. Catch 22. A dilemma that affects many people suffering, unfortunately.

I think we are the ones putting this crap in our bodies we have to stop blaming someone else instead we have to take responsibility to what we take and swallow good bless Prince

Because the Illuminati can not be charged.

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7 News Brisbane

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9 hours ago

7 News Brisbane

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7 News Brisbane

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yes a lot of rumbles in Brisbane today sounded like cannons going off

7 News Brisbane can you please post the story on Alveys Reels.

10 hours ago

SA Police News

A man will face court after police allegedly located illicit drugs at his Burton home this week.

On Thursday 19 April following an investigation Detectives from the Serious and Organised Crime Branch searched two homes, one in Burton and one in Prospect.

Police will allege at the Burton home they located a number of tablets suspected to contain methamphetamine. A 23-year-old man from the address was arrested and charged with trafficking a controlled drug.

Detective Chief Inspector Tony Crameri says “The public are reminded of the dangers of taking illicit substances that are promoted as being a certain type of drug, when the consumer is unaware of what the drug actually contains or how it was made.”

If anyone has any information regarding the sale or possession of illicit substances please contact Crime Stoppers South Australia on 1800 333 000, or report on line at www.crimestopperssa.com.au – you can remain anonymous.
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A man will face court after police allegedly located illicit drugs at his Burton home this week.

On Thursday 19 April following an investigation Detectives from the Serious and Organised Crime Branch searched two homes, one in Burton and one in Prospect.

Police will allege at the Burton home they located a number of tablets suspected to contain methamphetamine. A 23-year-old man from the address was arrested and charged with trafficking a controlled drug. 

Detective Chief Inspector Tony Crameri says “The public are reminded of the dangers of taking illicit substances that are promoted as being a certain type of drug, when the consumer is unaware of what the drug actually contains or how it was made.”  

If anyone has any information regarding the sale or possession of illicit substances please contact Crime Stoppers South Australia on 1800 333 000, or report on line at www.crimestopperssa.com.au – you can remain anonymous.

 

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keep up the good work !

Danni Richmond this must have been what we saw.

Good work SAPOL , just hope the justice system don't let us down and jail this trash

Great work

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Good work SAPOL , just hope the justice system don't let us down and jail this trash

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11 hours ago

SA Police News

A 43-year-old man from Modbury was today arrested by detectives from the SA Police Anti-Corruption Branch and charged with a single count of Abuse of Public Office.

The charge relates to the accused’s conduct as an Authorised Examiner, responsible for testing candidates for driver’s licences.

He was granted bail and is expected to appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court on 30 May.

The police investigation into this matter is continuing and anyone with information that may be of assistance is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at crimestopperssa.com.au/
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Tip of the iceberg

agreed Peter there are 3 that i know of that the kids all mentioned

A big problem. I heard from an international student that there are driving instructors that charge extra just to sign everything off and that is how a lot of bad drivers get their licenses.

Did you report it Billy Schulze Dave Kolstad? I hope so or just as bad as those doing it.

No wonder there are so many idiots on the road 😡

Indians gotta get a licence somehow....

One down a few dozen to go.

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Always thought quite s few people bought their licenses the way they drive.

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Explains why there is so many people on the road that cant drive lol

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Good. The government have been ignoring this for far too long. It's about time these idiots are dealt with. Let's just hope that he isn't allowed to carry on teaching, like a lot of the corrupt ones are.

wondered how there were so many that cant drive a camel1

This is appalling.

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Brad Hocking glad you got bail.

There are meny new Australian driving instructor's that will pass another new Australian learner for money more audits should be done to keep are loved ones and are selves safe from these people

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13 hours ago

SA Police News

The community is invited to attend the South Australia Police ANZAC Memorial Service, hosted by Commissioner Grant Stevens, which will be held at the Police Academy at Taperoo at 10.30am on Sunday (22 April).

Join SA Police members, friends and family as they commemorate the South Australian Police Officers who lost their lives while serving overseas with Australia’s armed forces, and on United Nations peacekeeping duties.

This year marks the centenary of the end of World War I with the service reflecting on the contribution SA Police personnel played in the conflict.

The service will be led by Police Chaplin, Major Peter Wright OAM, with an address read by Mr Geoff Rawson honouring the four South Australian Police Officers who lost their lives during the battle of Villers-Bretonneux in France during World War I.

Anyone wishing to attend this event is asked to be present and seated by 10.20am on Sunday, with parking available within the Police Academy grounds (entry via Military Rd). On arrival, please follow the directions of police cadets.

Those attending are welcome to place wreaths or other tributes in honour of fallen police officers and stay for light refreshments at the conclusion of the service.
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