A tradie has lost a wad of cash outside a paint store in Queens Parade, Clifton Hill. The $5,250 cash was wrapped in a rubber band. The tradie had planned to use his hard-earned Christmas bonus to buy presents for his family.
If anyone knows the whereabouts of this cash, we ask in the spirit of Christmas that you to hand it over to the Collingwood Police Station.
I unfortunately and regrettably have had to cancel this week’s shows due to illness and sudden admission into Hospital. I am disappointed that I won't be able to perform at the Australian Open Tennis tonight nor the Mornington Peninsula RHST shows this weekend.
I am hoping to make a speedy recovery and be back doing shows very soon.
The day government officials cancel Anzac Day ceremonies across the Western suburbs due to terrorism concerns is the day that we need to take a good hard look at this country. Shame on channel 7 for creating a fake story to incite racism, with tensions in this country already high leading up to Australia Day and we've got the media inciting people to be angry and hateful with bullshit stories about ANZAC day...Our forefathers would turn in there graves to see the way the media uses our war heroes to incite racism, its a outright disgrace. We need to stand together and stop feeding into the lies we see on TV. We are One🇦🇺
Around 9am this morning, a 52-year-old woman was walking her dogs in the vacant area behind Griffith Crt in Durack when a metre long crocodile grabbed one of the dogs, which had been sitting on the edge of the causeway, and took it into the water.
Duty Superintendent James O’Brien said the woman saw what had occurred and immediately jumped into the causeway up to her knees, reaching into the water where the dog had been taken and thankfully located her fury companion. She then ran from the water.
“It’s obviously a pretty scary thing to happen on your morning walk. I’ve spoken to the woman and she was very shocked” Superintendent O’Brien said.
“She cares greatly for her dogs and her natural instinct was to run into the water and save the one that had been taken, which is pretty brave. Of course, we recommend not jumping into any body of water where crocodiles are, or may be, present.
“I take this opportunity to remind the public to be vigilant this time of year around waterways in suburban areas that are flowing freely. Parks and Wildlife have a trap already set in one of the lakes in Durack, so my recommendation is to be aware when in the vicinity of any waterway.”
MONSOONAL RAIN AND STORMS TO REIGN IN THE NEW YEAR [Please Share]
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-- REASON -- A low-pressure system offshore is expected to pull the monsoon trough down close to our local region during next week, leading to monsoonal rain and thunderstorms for the first week of the new year across the local area.
-- RAINFALL -- At this early stage, our preliminary computer modelling shows that falls around 150mm are LIKELY across the week for most of the coastline between about south of Bowen and Shoalwater Bay, and that within this zone, higher falls possibly up to 350mm or 400mm may be possible for a few locations, particularly those affected by thunderstorms.
The numbers displayed on the map show "LIKELY" and "MAXIMUM" rainfall expected, so 150-400mm means: 150mm is likely for the majority of locations in that zone, and up to 400mm may be possible for a handful of locations.
Remember these rainfall totals are for an entire week, from 1st January to 7th January 2017.
Please note though, not everyone will see as much rain as the "LIKELY" total listed. The likely total listed shows an average of the expected rainfall across that coloured zone. Some locations may record slightly below that average, meaning that individual locations could record a slightly lower total than the "LIKELY" total displayed on the map.
-- THUNDERSTORMS -- We're expecting to see thunderstorms fire up across the week with a moderate to high chance of thunderstorms for most places on each day of the week. A lot of this activity may come across as Thundery Rain.
-- WHEN -- We should see heavier rain areas move into the local district on Sunday or Monday, and persist for nearly an entire week. Some days will be quieter than others, but this will vary from one location to the next.
-- MAP INTERPRETATION -- Across the week:
WHITE Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 50mm. Some locations could see up to 150mm.
BLACK Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 75mm. Some locations could see up to 200mm.
BLUE Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 100mm. Some locations could see up to 200mm.
GREEN Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 100mm. Some locations could see up to 250mm.
YELLOW Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 150mm. Some locations could see up to 350mm.
ORANGE Zone: Average rainfall totals likely to be around 150mm. Some locations could see up to 400mm.
Remember, the average totals are an AVERAGE of the expected rain across the entire zone, a handful of locations in each zone, may record slightly below average expected rainfall.
-- NOTES -- Keep in mind that this forecast is based on currently available computer model data, which is subject to change. At this stage, there is a moderate to high confidence in the accuracy of this forecast. Please check back with the Mackay & District Weather Updates facebook page over the next few days as we provide an update on the expected rainfall.
Actually the truth is, yesterday in Port Augusta, Constables Barwick and Southern discovered this cheeky pet Corella suffering severe heat exhaustion and conveyed him to the local vet for assessment.
With temperatures reaching around 38C in most areas across the state in the next fews days, please put pets indoors if possible or ensure they have access to plenty of shade and fresh water to keep them hydrated!
Just a shoutout to those feeling a little down. This season makes us think we are supposed to be happy. “Merry” is actually in the description. What do we do when we don’t feel so merry? Acknowledge it. Accept it. It’s okay to be sad. It’s okay to miss people. It’s okay to feel overwhelmed. Wishing you peace this Christmas 🤓✌🏼