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« Reply #1620 on: April 23, 2012, 09:16:22 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/fitting-farewell-for-olympic-swimming-champion-murray-rose-at-a-funeral-service-in-sydney/story-e6freooo-1226336363598

Fitting farewell for Olympic swimming champion Murray Rose at a funeral service in Sydney


    by: Tyson Otto
    From: The Daily Telegraph
    April 23, 2012 4:02PM

AUSSIE Olympic great Murray Rose was this morning remembered as a hero in and out of the pool at a ceremony in Sydney.

The four-time Olympic gold medallist was praised as the embodiment of the true Olympic spirit for his passion, kindness and humility in front of 500 friends and family, including fellow Olympian Dawn Fraser, at St Stephen's Uniting Church.

Fraser fought back tears as she finished reading Rose's eulogy.

"He's still the only guy I know to go through life without making a single ripple, but he made enormous waves," Fraser said.

"I have lost a true friend and great teammate."

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« Reply #1621 on: April 23, 2012, 09:19:10 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/entertainment/confidential/russell-crowe-to-get-biblical-as-noah-in-feature-film/story-e6freq7o-1226336386603

Russell Crowe to get biblical as Noah in feature film

    From: NewsCore
    April 23, 2012 4:25PM

IN the Bible, God sent a dove after the Flood - but in this modern retelling, a Crowe will take centre stage.

Oscar winner Russell Crowe has been cast as Noah in the feature film of the same name, Paramount Pictures and New Regency announced Sunday.

The movie will be directed by Darren Aronofsky, who pledged to "breathe new life into the biblical epic," The Wrap reported.

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« Reply #1622 on: April 23, 2012, 09:21:10 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/missing-mum-allison-baden-clays-parents-in-tearful-plea-for-help/story-e6freoof-1226336283974

Missing mum Allison Baden-Clay's parents in tearful plea for help

    by: Brittany Vonow and Alison Sandy
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 23, 2012 2:41PM

THE parents of Allison Baden-Clay have made a tearful plea to the community to "please please" help find their daughter.

Geoffrey Dickie urged the 43-year-old to phone her family or police if she was okay.

“We love you very much,” he said.

Her mother, Priscilla, broke down as she begged for information from the public.

“As a mother, please, please help us to find our dear Allison,” she said. “She’s so precious.”

Mrs Dickie said Allison’s daughters – aged 10, 8 and 5 – desperately wanted to see their mother.

Police investigating her disappearance said it was a traumatic time for her children who were very close to their mother and had not seen her since Friday morning.

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« Reply #1623 on: April 23, 2012, 09:39:16 AM »

http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2012/04/beaconsfield-still-too-raw-too-real-for-some.html

Beaconsfield still too raw, too real for some.

By David Knox on April 20, 2012

To tackle the Beaconsfield telemovie, producers took inspiration from Apollo 13. Everybody knew what happened. But what was it like from the inside?

Co-Producer Jane Liscombe likens the NASA control room and the men in the rocket, to the mine rescue team and Todd Russell and Brant Webb trapped in a cage nearly 1000 metres underground.

“The thing for us is there were projections from the media, but they were only being fed the information from the mine managers and kind of filling in the gaps. But when you review a lot of the media footage you realise that what was being projected was not what was happening,” she says.

Essentially the telemovie depicts the 2006 mine collapse from four perspectives: the two trapped men, their families, the rescue team and the media. Shot in Beaconsfield, Melbourne and Mansfield in Victoria, the film recounts the tragedy, which killed miner Larry Knight, and trapped Russell and Webb for two weeks.

“Everyone knew the end of Titanic and that still worked. I think you’ve got to find a heart to the film.

“Whilst you know the ending hopefully we’re going to have people on tenterhooks and showing them something they haven’t seen before.”

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The script by Judi McCrossin also depicts what the families of the two men endured. Liscombe says when Todd Russell came to the set, he was emotionally struck by scenes in which his wife (Michala Banas) refused to give up hope.

“He was sitting behind the cameras and saw it and broke down. And he’s a real alpha male, very straightforward, what you see is what you get. But he lost it and had a really big cry. And I said ‘It’s probably a really good thing,” she says.

“He said ‘I’d never seen it from her perspective. We’d never talked about it.’”

“He had said ‘You’ll never understand what I went through.’ And she said ‘You’ll never understand what I went through.’ So he said ‘Well, let’s just leave it at that.’”

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I watched this telemovie on Sunday night and although I had followed the disaster via radio and TV as it developed six years ago, it was harrowing to see the recreation of the men trapped underground, their families anguish and the emotions and efforts of the mine workers as they tried to reach and rescue their workmates.  There was much revealed in the movie that was not told to the public at the time. One example is the fact that the trapped men themselves did the countdown for the final blasting which broke through into what could have so easily become their tomb. A very well made movie. 

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« Reply #1624 on: April 24, 2012, 04:57:10 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/its-time-to-open-the-tasman-express/story-e6freooo-1226336585364

It's time to open the Tasman express

    by: Nick Tabakoff
    From: The Daily Telegraph
    April 24, 2012 12:00AM

PASSPORT-free "Anzac express paths" between Australia and New Zealand should be established in both countries, the peak tourism body says.

The Tourism and Transport Forum has proposed a "common border" between the two countries that would require only photo ID, similar to arrangements for domestic travel.

The concept was part of a detailed proposal timed to coincide with tomorrow's Anzac Day celebrations.

It comes as the high Australian dollar takes its toll on the local tourism industry, with spending by foreign visitors near four-year lows.

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Needing a passport to travel between Australia and New Zealand was not in place some years ago.  It is only a recent introduction.
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« Reply #1625 on: April 24, 2012, 05:00:45 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/missing-mum-allison-baden-clays-husband-gerard-in-hospital-after-in-car-crash/story-e6freoof-1226336841867

Missing mum Allison Baden-Clay's husband Gerard leaves hospital after car crash and talks about disappearance

    by: Alison Sandy, Kris Crane
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 24, 2012 6:42PM

THE HUSBAND of missing mother-of-three Allison Baden-Clay has spoken for the first time about his wife's disappearance.

Gerard Baden-Clay told Channel 9 he had not heard from his wife since her disappearance on Thursday.

"I'm trying to look after my children at the moment, we've got three young girls.

"We really trust that the police are doing everything they can to find my wife."

Mr Baden-Clay, a estate agent, said his wife was not upset when he last saw her.

"I've tried to help the police as much as I can," he said.

Mr Baden-Clay is recovering from a car accident which occurred just two days after his wife was reported missing.

He  was taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital after crashing his car outside Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, in Brisbane’s west on Sunday afternoon.

Mr Baden-Clay suffered very minor injuries after crashing into the bus terminal at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.

"It hurt a little bit but I'm okay," he told Channel 9.

It’s understood he was wearing a seatbelt when the single vehicle accident occurred on the corner of Musgrave and Station roads..

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« Reply #1626 on: April 24, 2012, 05:03:20 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/four-year-event-on-cards-for-centenary/story-e6freooo-1226336568307

Four-year event on cards for Anzac centenary

    by: Steven Scott
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 24, 2012 12:00AM

AUSTRALIANS will be encouraged to learn about our military history through a multimedia program and a touring exhibition of World War I memorabilia to commemorate the centenary of the Anzac landing at Gallipoli.

Plans are also under way to re-enact the first convoys of ships that carried Australian and New Zealand soldiers from Albany, Western Australia, to Egypt and Gallipoli in November 1914 and formed our nation's most enduring military traditions.

Australian war graves across the world will be refurbished, commemorative services planned and community and arts grants rolled out as part of a four-year series of events.

The projects are part of an $83.5 million plan funded over seven years to honour the Anzac Centenary. They will be announced by Julia Gillard as she heads to Gallipoli for the dawn service tomorrow.

Visit our Lest We Forget interactive

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« Reply #1627 on: April 24, 2012, 05:09:00 AM »

http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/australia/anzac-day

Anzac Day in Australia

ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day is the anniversary of the landing of troops from Australia and New Zealand on the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, in World War I on April 25, 1915. The bravery of all military personnel who participated in this campaign and the lives of those who died in all military actions are remembered.

What do people do?

Many ceremonies, parades and other activities are held on ANZAC Day to remember the lives of those who participated or died in military action, particularly on the Gallipoli Peninsula in World War I. Dawn prayer or church services are a particularly important aspect of ANZAC Day. These represent the comradeship that the soldiers experienced as they rose each morning to prepare for another day of military action. After the services, gunfire breakfast (coffee with rum in it) is often served.

In major cities and many smaller towns, parades, marches and reunions of current and past military personnel and memorial services are held. The fourth stanza or verse of a well known poem, known as The Ode, is read aloud at many ceremonies. The poem is called "For The Fallen" and was written by Laurence Binyon in 1914. It commemorates those who died and can never grow old.

After the formal events, many people play games of "two-up". This is a gambling game played using two coins. This form of gambling is usually illegal in many Australian states. However, the authorities usually turn a blind eye to it on ANZAC Day.

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« Reply #1628 on: April 24, 2012, 05:09:59 AM »

 



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« Reply #1630 on: April 30, 2012, 06:54:47 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/body-found-as-search-for-missing-woman-allison-baden-clay-enters-11th-day/story-e6freoof-1226342625074

Body found as search for missing woman Allison Baden-Clay enters 11th day

    by: Staff writers
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 30, 2012 8:06PM

THE body of a woman, believed to be that of Allison Baden-Clay, has been winched from Kholo Creek crossing at Anstead in Brisbane's west and taken in by police for forensic examination.

Police strongly suspect the body found this morning is missing Brookfield woman Allison Baden-Clay and are treating the case as a homicide investigation.

Metropolitan North Chief Superintendent Mark Ainsworth earlier told a media conference they have been treating the case as such for "some time'' now but wouldn't comment on whether Ms Baden-Clay's husband, Gerard Baden-Clay, was a suspect.

Ms Baden-Clay's family have been advised that the body, which was discovered by a passing canoeist at Kholo Creek in Mt Crosby about 11am today, "may be her''.

"Families of Allison Baden-Clay, including the husband's family and Allison's parents Mr and Mrs Dickie, have been advised,'' he said.

"We're treating it very seriously that it may be her.''

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A very sad outcome but to those who have been following this story it is not entirely unexpected. 

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« Reply #1631 on: April 30, 2012, 06:59:55 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/entertainment/confidential/brave-matt-ready-to-start-rebuilding/story-e6freq7o-1226342053040

TV chef Matt Golinski ready to start rebuilding, four months after fire that claimed family

    by: Janelle Miles
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 30, 2012 12:00AM

MATT Golinski is looking forward to re-experiencing the "simple pleasures in life" after being released from hospital, four months after the fire which claimed the lives of his wife and daughters.

Mr Golinski was discharged from the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital on Friday but will need ongoing treatment for up to five years, his burns specialist says.

His father Keith said it was likely to be some time before the celebrity chef was able to venture back into a commercial kitchen, or work out how he was going to move forward with his life.

"He's looking forward to experiencing the simple pleasures of life, such as preparing his own meals and picking herbs and vegetables from the garden," Keith said.

"After four, harrowing months we are obviously delighted Matt has left hospital, although of course it is also incredibly sad as we remember that Rachael and the girls are no longer with him. It's been a roller-coaster of emotions."

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« Reply #1632 on: April 30, 2012, 07:07:50 AM »

http://www.examiner.com.au/news/national/national/general/weedy-seadragons-make-a-delicate-splash/2539437.aspx

Weedy seadragons make a delicate splash


STEVE JACOBS
30 Apr, 2012 04:52 PM

Sydney Aquarium has recently welcomed four spectacular juvenile weedy seadragons to its family of marine animals.

The weedy seadragons, who are all siblings, were bred at the Melbourne Aquarium, one of only a few in the world that has been successful in breeding the creatures in captivity.

Three are 20 centimetres long and the other 12 centimetres.

Closely related to seahorses, weedy seadragons are distinct in behaviour as well as in their magnificently colourful and "weedy" appearance.

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« Reply #1633 on: April 30, 2012, 07:14:14 AM »

http://www.themercury.com.au/article/2012/04/29/323221_tasmania-news.html

Plucky cyclist reaches finish


   KANE YOUNG   |   April 29, 2012 12.01am

STRONG winds, pouring rain and even a hailstorm were not going to stop inspirational cyclist Jennifer Nickols from reaching her destination yesterday.

Oh, and did we mention that she's blind too.

Ms Nickols who suffered from congenital glaucoma and had more than 200 eye operations before losing her sight completely in 2008 has always loved the freedom that cycling provides for her, and says not being able to see is no real reason to hang up her bike.

"I've always been classified as legally blind but I was borderline of being able to get a driver's licence," she said.

"Because I grew up knowing that I would probably never be allowed to drive I just never bothered, so my bike was my car. I used to ride everywhere, and I loved it."

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« Reply #1634 on: May 01, 2012, 12:58:09 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/hope-turns-to-heartbreak-for-allison-baden-clays-family-after-body-found-at-kholo-creek/story-e6freoof-1226343136675

Hope turns to heartbreak for Allison Baden-Clay's family after body found at Kholo Creek

    From: The Courier-Mail
    May 01, 2012 2:21PM

POLICE searching for clues in the Allison Baden-Clay investigation have blocked off part of Mt Crosby Road after discovering a mobile phone SIM card this morning near where a woman's body was found.

Uniformed officers, detectives and scores of SES volunteers have been out in force searching for clues following the discovery of a woman's body on the banks of Kholo Creek on Monday, believed to be missing mum Allison Baden-Clay.

The police forward command post, which was until yesterday based at the Brookfield Showgrounds, has this morning been erected on Bunya Rd, just off Mt Crosby Rd and at the entrance of the Tyamolum Scout grounds which run into Kholo Creek.

A police bus is parked at the site while scores of SES volunteers left shortly after 9am to begin searching pockets of bushland nearby.

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Searchers doing a great job to find a SIM card in that area.  Body found about 6 miles from her home but could have been washed there by the flooding in recent days.  So very sad and I hope they catch the killer.  It will be a huge shock if it turns out not to be the obvious person.

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« Reply #1635 on: May 01, 2012, 01:46:50 PM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/entertainment/confidential/brave-matt-ready-to-start-rebuilding/story-e6freq7o-1226342053040

TV chef Matt Golinski ready to start rebuilding, four months after fire that claimed family

    by: Janelle Miles
    From: The Courier-Mail
    April 30, 2012 12:00AM

MATT Golinski is looking forward to re-experiencing the "simple pleasures in life" after being released from hospital, four months after the fire which claimed the lives of his wife and daughters.

Mr Golinski was discharged from the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital on Friday but will need ongoing treatment for up to five years, his burns specialist says.

His father Keith said it was likely to be some time before the celebrity chef was able to venture back into a commercial kitchen, or work out how he was going to move forward with his life.

"He's looking forward to experiencing the simple pleasures of life, such as preparing his own meals and picking herbs and vegetables from the garden," Keith said.

"After four, harrowing months we are obviously delighted Matt has left hospital, although of course it is also incredibly sad as we remember that Rachael and the girls are no longer with him. It's been a roller-coaster of emotions."

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« Reply #1636 on: May 07, 2012, 07:14:53 AM »

Thank you for your interest Sister.  I agree on the roller coaster descriptions of emotions.  Foremost in his grief must be guilt on being the only one spared.  I hope he can find comfort in the months ahead.

I also wish to confirm that I continue to hold you and your pastoral works, as well as your family, in my prayers. 

All the angels are not in Heaven - there are many amongst us on earth.  I give thanks that we have our own Monkey Angel in these pages.

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« Reply #1637 on: May 07, 2012, 07:17:05 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/allison-baden-clay-murder-investigation-hinges-on-results-of-two-key-forensic-tests/story-e6freoof-1226348155509

Allison Baden-Clay murder investigation hinges on results of two key forensic tests

    by: Jason Tin
    From: The Courier-Mail
    May 07, 2012 12:00AM

POLICE are awaiting the results of two key tests which will allow them to step up their investigation into the murder of Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay.

The Courier-Mail understands toxicology results on Mrs Baden-Clay's body and forensic tests on two family cars are yet to come back.

A week after the body of the 43-year-old Brookfield woman was found on a bank of Kholo Creek, in the city's southwest, police still believe vital evidence could come from drivers who used a roundabout not far from Mrs Baden-Clay's home on the night she disappeared.

They want to hear from anyone who used the intersection of Moggill and Brookfield roads at Kenmore between 11.30pm on April 19 and 4am the next morning.

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« Reply #1638 on: May 07, 2012, 07:19:59 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/london-olympics/australias-olympic-hockey-players-shattered-by-death-of-perth-player-lizzie-watkins/story-fn9di2lk-1226348402274

Australia's Olympic hockey players shattered by death of Perth player Lizzie Watkins

    by: Robert Craddock
    From: News Limited newspapers
    May 07, 2012 7:10PM

UPDATE: TRIBUTES have flowed for a young hockey star who died after being hit during a game at the weekend.

Lizzie Watkins, 24, died on the way to the hospital after being hit on the back of the head by a ball that may have deflected off her own stick when she was playing a club game for the North Coast Raiders.

News of the death swept the Australian hockey scene and the Hockeyroos, who are in the middle of a training block in Perth, were shattered by the incident.

Hockey Australia chief executive Mark Anderson said it was a very sad day for the sport. He offered sympathy to the Watkins family and the hockey club.

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Watkins was playing in a team with her sister when the accident happened.

"It was a fairly innocuous incident which occurs 100 times each game," her coach Colin Brandis said.

"She rushed from fullback to make a tackle when the ball deflected and hit her on the back of the head."

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« Reply #1639 on: May 07, 2012, 07:22:44 AM »

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/catholic-church-claims-women-should-marry-earlier-and-not-be-too-picky-to-avoid-the-australian-man-drought/story-e6freooo-1226348149681

Catholic Church claims women should marry earlier and not be too picky to avoid the Australian man drought

    by: Damien Currie, Brendan Lucas
    From: The Courier-Mail
    May 07, 2012 12:00AM

WOMEN should marry earlier and not be too picky to avoid an Aussie man drought, the Catholic Church has warned.

Australia is experiencing a huge decline in the number of available men, with the church telling women they should also forget about living with their partners before tying the knot.

Statistics have revealed that there are dramatically fewer eligible blokes than single women aged 25 to 34.

The dire outlook has been backed by Federal Liberal MP Kevin Andrews, who is researching changes in marriage and families in Australia and has suggested the swing towards de facto partnerships wasn't helping.

But Fr Tony Kerin, episcopal vicar for justice and social service in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, said today's women wanted the best of both worlds.

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