#canyouhelp? - Assault & Robbery, Perth on Monday 4 April 2016
Police are seeking to identify a number of people who can assist with their inquiries into an assault and robbery at a convenience store in Perth on Monday 4 April 2016.
Around 6.30pm, a 24 year old man was working as an attendant at the store in Wellington Street in Perth when a man entered the store. The attendant began to serve the man, who became aggressive, before leaving the store.
The offender then threw an item at the window of the store, causing the attendant to confront him. He was then assaulted. A second male then approached the victim, and also assaulted him.
A large group of people then surrounded the victim, with the original offenders and others entering the store and taking items from the shelves. Items were also thrown at the attendant.
The group then left the area.
Anyone who can assist in identifying the members in the group is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au
Jordan had been with the love of his life for the past five years. For the past four of those, he had been fighting a losing battle with cancer. Between paying for treatment, Jordan and Lenae had been saving up to get married and Stevie surprised them both with $10,000 to go towards that in our first Knock of Love. It is with incredible sadness that we tell you Jordan passed away a few hours after filming this. Along with the $10,000, we are donating $5000 to the John Fawkner Hospital, and $5000 to research into Ewing's sarcoma. Sending all our love to Jordan's family this morning. ❤️
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I heard someone refer to a mother of a child melting down as, "just sitting there"
A friend told me that she saw a mum in a cafe who's kid was throwing a royal fuckery of a tantrum and she had the audacity to just sit there...
I have been that mum. I have bribed, I have begged, I have stroked a child during a tantrum, I have lugged that child to the car, I reminded myself that it's going to be ok and repeatedly told my child that I loved him, that she was going to see consequences if she didn't stop, I have felt like throwing a god dam tanty my cunting self after one and I have also been that women, who sat there and did nothing.
And any seasoned expert will tell you that sometimes the only thing you can do, is nothing. Time will heal all tantrums.
So I asked my friend to not see her as the mum who "just sat there" while her child melts down. And instead see her as the mum who "is always there" while her child melts down.
Because being there and doing nothing are two very different things 💗
I was sitting in Centre Place when a couple who were clearly in love walked by. They were laughing with each other, holding hands and they looked like they were in their own little world. Which is exactly how love should be. I chased after them...
Their names were Tim and Brendan.
I asked the two gentleman to pose for me in this photo to show what would happen to those around them if gay marriage was legalised in Australia... Nothing. Zip. Zero. Life would continue on exactly for everyone else as it does now and nobody would be effected except the two Humans who are so in love.
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This video reached over 610,000 people, was shared 6,300 times and received over 5,900 comments, the majority of which were against St Vincent's proposal to the Government.
Today i can inform you that the Government have ignored the majorities wishes and instead fast tracked an approval.
Can I also point out it has come to our attention over recent days that Former Health Minister and Local MP Jenny Macklin's Ex-Chief of Staff Abbie Clark is St Vincent's Care Services General Manager of Public Affairs.
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"This is Patrick. He is 86 and he stopped me in Leeds yesterday to ask me how my day was. He then asked if by any chance I had time for a coffee. Meetings cancelled - I spent 2 hours with the most wonderful man. He opened doors for me, told me about his marriage to his late wife and shared pictures of his family. He said that when he married his wife, he told her "the best is yet to come"...and that he still lives by that now. Patrick was the perfect reminder that amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday life and work, time really is the greatest gift to give someone. It was the best gift I've received in years."
"After leaving out of the store today my daughter did something that really made me stop and think. There was this guy sitting there crying and she asks me 'did you see that man crying? What's wrong with him?' I said yes but I'm not sure maybe he's just sad...She said, 'maybe he's hot and thirsty' she walked over to him and goes 'hi sir be happy it's a nice day it's not raining. Are you hot? Why don't you go home the ground is dirty?' He says I have no home but I will be ok. She looked at him with the saddest face and goes 'so that means you're homeless. So you have no food because you have no refrigerator.' She gave him a few dollars out of her purse and her drink and said, 'Please go eat. It would make me happy. I like McDonald's you should go there.' I could tell she made his day. On top of that 2 more people came up and gave money as well. We had a small conversation and he explained his trailer burnt down and he lost everything including his wife. I felt for him. It just warms my heart. A 6 year old lead by example this morning. AWESOME! Kids see no color and that's exactly how it should be . It's not just a statement saying that the children are our future, it's a FACT. That gives me a little more hope for the world."
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So our pal Daniel, from Melbourne, recently sent us this pretty special photo. With the help of some personalised M&M’S purchased from overseas, Daniel popped the big question to his girlfriend of eight years and Nicole said YES! We’re so excited for you guys. Congrats Daniel and Nicole, all the very best!
Mars Bar Rocky Road from "One Pot One Bowl" - Page: 182
Serves 8 - Ok so it serves one when I've had a rough day.
* 400g (14oz) Milk or Dark chocolate, broken & melted * 150g (6oz) Marshmallows * 150g (6oz) Raspberry Lollies * 2 Mars Bars (120g or 4oz), roughly chopped
Optional: Mix 1 tbsp Organic Coconut Oil into the melted chocolate.
Note: I was lucky enough to have a packet of macadamia nuts in the cupboard and they kept begging me to mix them in with the chocolate and marshmallows. So I did!
Variations: You can use bounty bars or snickers bars, even violet crumbles, it's up to YOU!
Line a 30 x 20cm (12 x 8 inch) baking tray with baking/parchment paper. In a large microwave bowl, melt the broken chocolate in 30 second increments, stirring after each time until nice and smooth. Let cool slightly before adding the remaining 3 ingredients, stir to coat. Pour mixture into the baking tray and refrigerate for 40 minutes or until set. Cut into squares to serve.
Brilliant with a cuppa in the afternoon just before the madness of school pick up. Magnificent as dessert. The divine treat that will be raved about at any party! Trust me, EVERYONE will ask for this recipe!!
Recipe from 4 Ingredients One Pot One Bowl. Just $29.99, signed by Kim McCosker and delivered within Australia for FREE!
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