I just saw a Mother pull the death grip upper arm hold, kneel down to child's level, violently whisper something terrifying move on her little cherub who was being a huge dick head and it was glorious. That was my NUMBER ONE go to when disciplining my children in public. I once said to Odette: "If you don't stop your ridiculous behaviour I will shave every one of your barbie's heads and melt them in the oven".. All through clenched teeth.. Pro tip: The quieter you say it, the more afraid they become. Yelling is for amateurs.
'It's chilly enough for ugg boots today' thinks this eastern brown snake....A resident from Moana walked outside and saw the tail of something brown go into her ugg boot, looks snuggly in there doesn't he...
So with everything going on with me ATM I've become super fragile. I have been so emotional. I've been trying to record this over and over trying to not get so emotional during it but I simply couldn't. It's hard for me to put this up but I thought fuck it! This is real!! This is what this sickness does so why hide it. Thanks to everyone for their support you will never understand how much it means. Love
Quiet plains home to fourth generation farmers and thousands of head of livestock will be cleared and transformed into military battlegrounds where tanks roam rather than cattle.
Thousands — estimates suggest as many as 14,000 — foreign troops will drive armoured vehicles, fly helicopters and jet aircraft and fire live rounds. It won’t be suitable for civilians.
It’s a huge change coming courtesy of an expansion to the Shoalwater Bay Military Training site, an already-significant area of countryside more than 100km northwest of Rockhampton.
Singapore’s Army wants to use it for training but they say it’s not big enough. An expansion will make it six times bigger than Singapore alone.
The Australian Government is on board thanks in no small part to the $2.25 billion sweetener promised by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, but those whose lives will be turned upside down in the process are losing sleep and worrying about what comes next.
“The loss of this productive primary production land will impact on our region for generations to come,” he said.
“It is a shortsighted strategy to trade-off existing wealth generating primary production land with no guarantees whatsoever that those economic losses will be compensated by the establishment of long-term Defence related industry jobs or major supply chain opportunities.”
"The properties affected run tens of thousands of head of cattle, with the landholders investing significant amounts of money back into their local communities so if these families go, it would have a huge economic impact on towns like Charters Towers, Marlborough and Rockhampton.
"There might be legal rights to take over someone's farm, but governments can't ignore how people feel about their country. This is their life, their love and their livelihood and they deserve better treatment than what they have received to date. http://m.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/concerns-qld-will-lose-farm-land-due-to-shoalwater/3119608/
There is but one New Year wish for William & his family... To the person who knows what happened to William, please find the courage to contact Crime Stoppers now so Police can find little William & bring him home to the arms of his Mum & Dad where he belongs... #OneMillionReasons, #BringWilliamHome, #MakeTheCall, #WheresWilliam, #NowsTheTime Call now before Police call on you! 1800 333 000
At around $2.5 million, Paul Maric had to be super careful to bring you a walk around video and a look inside one of 20 Lamborghini Centenario coupes. 0-100km/h in just 2.8s from its mammoth V12 with carbon fibre everywhere. Do you like it?
Aborigines actively participated in WW1 despite not being recognised as citizens in the country in which they were indigenous. Today, we pay special tribute and recognition to our indigenous Anzacs. Thank you for your sacrifices... #lestweforget #indigenousAnzacs #Anzacswithoutcitizenship #WW1Australia #AboriginalAnzacs #Anzacspirit
"Today I went to eat at a restaurant for lunch and I saw this eldery lady coming from afar so I waited to hold the door for her, she was very thankful and sweet. She then told the waitress, "table for one", so I waited and hesitated but then I walked over and said, "I'm eating by myself too would you like to have lunch together?" She was ecstatic! Come to find out she spent the last decade living with her mom who recently passed away and her aunt who recently was put into a nursing home, so she has been having a hard time being alone. We had a wonderful talk, and she just kept smiling and saying thank you for listening to me, which made me smile too! Her words healed my heart just as much as i healed her lonely one. By far the best decision I've made all year!!! Her name is Delores, and we will be having lunch every Thursday from now on." What a lovely story <3 (Credit: Facebook/Brooke Ochoa) #9Today
The massive storms hitting Australia have caused horrific damage. But out of the floodwaters, some heroes have also emerged. None bigger than this Tasmanian paddle-boarder who ventured into a swollen river to save the lives of 15 cows...
With many parts of Tasmania experiencing their worst floods in over 80 years, the last place Devonport resident Justin Warren should have been was on a swollen river. But when he heard the mooing of cows as they were being swept down the Mersey River and out to sea, he did something quite remarkable.
Using only his paddle-board he ventured out into the torrent of water and one by one, rescued 15 cows who were just minutes away from drowning. He worked tirelessly for over four hours before a jetski operator and another local in a kayak also lent a hand to the reluctant hero.
Obviously my thoughts go out to everyone who has lost much-loved animals in the floods. (Pics: Chris Kidd and Heath Holden)
On 31 OCT 1917, the Australian Light Horse charged the machine-guns to take Beersheba with arguably the last great cavalry/mounted infantry charge in history. Certainly worth remembering – lest we forget.
Remarkable Cave - for anyone who hasn't seen just how big the swell can get, you need to watch this. The waves come right up and OVER the viewing platform... it's pretty scary.
Just 500 metres past the entrance to the Port Arthur Historic Sites, Tasmania along Nubeena Road there is a left turn that reads: "Remarkable Cave" :) A pathway which includes 130 odd stairs takes visitors down to the viewing platform which provides a view looking through the cave out to sea. It is remarkable not only for its unique form, but also because when viewed from the observation platform, the opening on the ocean-side is the shape of Tasmania. The cave is now a rock bridge carved out of the sandstone cliff face, but it was once a deep cave. The viewing platform at the bottom of steep stairs is where the back of the cave collapsed. The debris has long since been washed out to sea except for the large sea-smoothed boulders that remain in the hollow.
Thanks to James Chesmer for the video. #Tasmania
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"Thursday 28/4/16 .The gold station wagon going Northbound was overtaking several trucks ,and forced the police wagon off the Newel Hwy,south of Tomingely,and the police driver ,did not look in mirrors ,no indication,no bells and whistles"
Thanks to Ian
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