Monthly archives: January 2019

Answers for parents of multiple births

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Soon-to-be parents of twins, such as Bendigo’s Mckenzie and Mckayla, have the chance to connect with the Bendigo Multiple Births Association and experts at an information session tonight. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
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TIPS forsoon-to-beparents who areexpectingtwins, tripletsor more will be on offerin Bendigo tonight.

A night forexpectant parents led by theBendigo Multiple Births Association is at Holy Trinity Church at 7pm.

The free session will feature expert presentations andaims to help connect expectantparentswith like-minded people.

Membershipsecretary Sonya Browne said the associationhosted regularparents’ nights and playgroup sessions everyFriday morning.

“Kids aren’t the main focus, you can sit down and have adult conversations,” Mrs Brownesaid.

Parents expectingmultiple birthsoften had uniqueconcerns and it was important they knew they were not alone, Mrs Browne said.

“I think it’s trying to juggle everything,” she said.

“Everyone’s in the same boat.We all help each other out.”

Mrs Brownesaid parents of twins or more should take upoffers of helpwhen they arose.

“A lot of people will come out of the woodwork to offer you help and if they offer, you have to accept it,” she said.

Mrs Browne, who has twins of her own,saidthe groupwas also a chance to have abreak from other people’s”twin questions”.

For information on the night, phone 0475 191 955.

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GALLERY: Going mufti for Curtis

SCHOOL students inGloucester and Barrington have joined dozens of others from across the region in supporting the Curtis Landers Appeal with a mufti day last week.
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Read more about the Curtis Landers Appeal here

GALLERY: Going mufti for Curtis Joshua Howard, Julius Hollingsworth and Anthony Shultz participate in an activity at St Joseph’s Primary’s mufti day.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Students and teachers at Gloucester Public held a mufti day and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Curtis Landers Appeal today. The sausages were donated by staff from Woolworths who also cooked the barbecue. Students were split into their house groups and created a money chain to see which house raised the most money.

Thumbs up: students from Barrington Public show their support to the Curtis Landers Appeal.

Barrington Street Preschool and Long Day Care teachers Donna Summerville and Maddie Wilson and students dressed up for the Curtis Landers Appeal mufti day today.

That’s gold: Barrington St Preschool and Long Day Care Centre staff Tabitha Wilson, Caitlin Tonelli, Cassie Wooster and Sarah Murray lend their support to the Curtis Landers Appeal mufti day.

The crew at CRT got right behind the Curtis Landers Appeal mufti day.

Nicole and Cathy from Hebby’s Bakery doing their bit for the Curtis Landers Appeal.

Council staff in their mufti day get-up.

St Joseph’s students and teachers at their mufti day.

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Casula home gun factory shut down

A home-made gun factory in Casula was shut downby police following a raidyesterday.
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Two other separate operations were also carried out under Operation Unification in south west Sydney and resulted in the seizure of ten firearms, more than 2000 rounds of ammunition and numerous gun-making tools.

Detectives from the Firearms and Organised Crime Squad and South West Metro Regional Enforcement Squad searched the Casula house at about 4.45pm.

Police said they located a hand gun as well as tools, machineryand metal piecesthat are used to make firearms.

A 27-year-old man was arrested and taken toLiverpool police station, where he was charged with numerous offences relating to the manufacture, supply and possession of illegal firearms.

He was refused bail and appeared at Liverpool Local Court today.

Detective Inspector Jason Herbert from the Firearms and Organised Crime Squad, said officers involved in yesterday’s operations delivered first class investigationswhich hadresulted inthemremoving a number of dangerous firearms from the streets.

‘‘However, we wouldn’t be able to achieve these results without the ongoing support and information we receive from the public,’’ Detective Inspector Herbert said.

‘‘As we noted when we launched Operation Unification two days ago, any weapon seizure has the potential to have a major impact in preventing a serious crime, a significant injury or death.

‘‘If you know where illegal guns are being stored, or you have suspicions about people who may be involved in the illegal gun trade, please do the right thing and contact Crime Stoppers.

‘‘The information you provide could save the life of someone you love.’’

Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000.

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Decision on ovals due next week

In State Parliament, last Thursday morning, local MP, John Quigley, spoke about the urgency needed by the WA Planning Commission in approving Amendment 122 of the Wanneroo District Planning Scheme, because it directly affected the future of the Yanchep Oval Project and the Deed of Agreement between Yanchep Beach Joint Venture (YBJV) and the City of Wanneroo.
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Mr Quigley pointed out that YBJV was putting up $3.8 million towards the ovals and was ready to go.

The City of Wanneroo signed the Deed of Agreement conditional of Amendment 122 for ‘developer contributions’ being approved by the WAPC within 12 months.

Mr Quigley told parliament: “That deed was signed 6 January and the amendment was taken to the minister by the mayor and chief executive officer exactly 12 months ago, and is why I am making this grievance today.

“The amendment has been with the commission for 12 months. This does not cost the government a dime. All the commission has to do is put its stamp of approval on the amendment, then the Yanchep community can breathe a heavy sigh of relief knowing that very soon there will be somewhere for their children to participate in sport.”

The Minister for Planning, John Day, responded to Mr Quigley’s grievance, stating: “I can say that since we last discussed this issue, the City of Wanneroo and the Department of Planning have

been working through the issues associated with the amendment.

“As the member said, I met yesterday with the mayor, Tracey Roberts, who, I acknowledge, is here today and also the chief executive officer of the City of Wanneroo to further discuss the issue.

“The meeting was helpful in clarifying some aspects of what is proposed – However, I am pleased to say that I am advised that the amendment will be considered by the statutory planning committee of the WA Planning Commission at its next meeting on 24 June.”

Mr Day concluded: “The development of the corridor will ultimately accommodate a population 230,000 residents over the next 50 years. I agree it is important that facilities are provided to support these growing communities, not just the sporting grounds at Yanchep, which are needed now.”

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Local RDA needs help

Capricorn Riding for the Disabled Association
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Capricorn Riding for the Disabled Association

Capricorn Riding for the Disabled Association on Old Yanchep Road, provides over 90 people with disabilities a variety of equestrian activities every week.

Currently they have 18 horses in work with another four in training, ranging from miniature pony to Clydesdales.

Over 60 local volunteers, aged from 14 to over 85, help out every week with all aspects of running the centre – Horse work, office work, horse training, feeding and keep the property in good condition for the horses and users.

Recently, after 22 years, the water bore and pumping station needs replacement so they can keep reticulating the paddocks for their horses. The bore and pump has to be replaced before summer hits.

The volunteer group has been quoted $24,000 to carryout the necessary work – To date they have raised $8000 and are appealing to the local community and businesses for donations.

If you would like to make a donation, call Julie Osborne 9407 4111 or 0400 668 258.

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