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More than 100 police from across the Force are sporting pink cricket caps for the Pink Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground today to help raise much-needed funds for the McGrath Foundation.
Each of the rostered officers has given up their wages for the day, all of which will be donated toward the McGrath Foundation that raises money to assist thousands of people experiencing breast cancer. Funds raised aim to ensure that individuals are supported by a McGrath Breast Care Nurse who provide invaluable physical, psychological, and emotional support from the point of diagnosis, and throughout their treatment journey – free of charge.
NSW Police Acting Commissioner David Hudson commended each and every officer for stepping up to support the important work of the McGrath Foundation.
“Most of us have been affected by cancer in some way; whether it’s via a family member, friend or colleague, or those who are battling the disease themselves,” Acting Commissioner Hudson said.
“It’s a devastating illness but this is a wonderful opportunity for us to make a positive difference to families battling breast cancer.
“While we’re known for our distinctive blue uniforms, today we’re proudly wearing pink to help raise awareness,” Acting Commissioner Hudson said.
“Even our Dog Unit and Mounted Unit are joining the ‘pink’ trend, all of which encourages conversation about breast cancer, which is another key mission of the Foundation.”
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I've been in La Paz, Bolivia recovering after my surgery for a few days now, really stoked to piece together my latest blog to give you all a run down on my situation and the result of my surgury, read more below! 👇🏻
I don't generally post my opinion on a status but I'm going to tonight.
The news of James Hird's condition tonight, if reports are correct, are devastating.
I may be a Bomber supporter myself and you can throw the bias card at me all you want, it really doesn't faze me. But to see so many derogatory comments towards Hird after tonight's news is horrific and downright pathetic.
I'm not going to speak for James but I can near on guarantee that he never wanted for any of this to happen.
He never wanted players to be suspended for a doping ban. He never wanted Jobe Watson to lose his Brownlow.
Hird may or may not be guilty of a number of things involved in 2012, nothing has been fully proven and I've always stood by that. The only thing Hird is 100% guilty of is putting his trust in the wrong people.
The man is clearly not in a good mental health space and people need to remember that this man has a wife and four kids that are also affected by this.
Mental health is something that affects many, inside and outside the AFL world and isn't something that should be joked about.
For those of you that are interested, go and follow former North Melbourne and Sydney midfielder Wayne Schwass on Facebook to get a real insight into what mental health can do to you as a person inside the AFL sanctum.
I hope people look at the bigger picture in the light of tonight's news and realise that football isn't life and death, but a man being hospitalised is.
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Moose is a large crossbreed and he is about 6 months old, his impound number is 5160 and his adoption fee is $350.00 which includes desexing, vaccination, microchipping, a basic vet check and life-time registration (NSW).
A pretty cool feature for you today... Danny Lee from Submerged Images Tasmania is an underwater photographer from the beautiful Bay of Fires on Tasmania's east coast. Here are some of his amazing images; including stingrays, seahorses, dolphins, sharks and sea spiders :) #Tasmania
You can also follow Danny via his instagram account: www.instagram.com/submerged_images
Its been a warm Christmas and thank goodness we had the Esky to keep the drinks cold! Another great Australian invention of course, first introduced back in 1952, the term "esky" is also commonly used in Australia to generically refer to portable coolers or ice boxes and is part of the Australian vernacular, in place of words like "cooler" or "cooler box" and the New Zealand "chilly bin". The Esky was created by Malley's, a Sydney refrigeration business. Some historians have credited Malley's with the invention of the portable ice cooler. According to the company, the Esky, was "recognised as the first official portable cooler in the world." The company's own figures claim that by 1960, 500,000 Australian households owned one (in a country of approximately 10 million). Remember your first Esky? Photo from ebay
While young families can't afford homes in Sydney, idyllic little communities and farmland nearby in the Hunter are being destroyed by huge coal mines. How can the NSW Government allow this to happen? www.lockthegate.org.au/ProtectTheHunter