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CSU students tested in crash simulation

07.06.2018, Comments Off on CSU students tested in crash simulation, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

CSU students tested in crash simulation SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON
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SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

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Mt Gambier females above expectations

07.06.2018, Comments Off on Mt Gambier females above expectations, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

CHURINGA DISPERSAL: Neville Jarvis, and Nan and Stephen Mann, Churinga Park, dispersed their entire breeding herd at the 2015 annual Mount Gambier female sale, selling 151 EU Pathfinder-blood Angus cows, joined to Pathfinder Angus bulls, and Heatherdale-blood Hereford cows, joined to Pathfinder Angus bulls, to $1150, av $1046.THE annual offering of quality females at the Mount Gambier Combined Agents Female sale on Monday attracted a total yarding of 758.
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A regular vendor at this feature sale for the past twenty years, Killarnie once again presented an excellent line of F1 females, which sold well above expectations to top at $2000 and average $1975, $700 up from 2014 prices.

Their top pen of 10 2.5-year-old Hereford-Friesian heifers with 10 December/January-drop Limousin calves-at-foot, sold to Leigh Clifford, Furner. Mr Clifford also bought a second draft of Killarnie F1 heifers at $1980.

The Angus-Friesian draft of Killarnie’s F1s topped at $1980 for nine 2.5yo heifers with nine December/January-drop Limousin CAF, bought by Robbie Morgan, Beachport. He also bought the second draft at $1940 and two Angus/Friesian heifers with two Angus CAF at $1400 for account DO&KM Hunter.

J&D Telford sold 11 Angus-Friesian heifers with 11 Angus CAF at $1600 to Miller Whan & John.

LD Mulraney sold 10 2.5yo Angus-Friesian heifers with eight Limousin CAF at $1300 and nine 2.5yo Hereford-Friesian heifers with nine Limousin CAF at $1700.

TL Sneath sold 15 Angus-Friesian heifers with 15 Angus CAF at $1425.

Oakland Park sold 12 Angus heifers, running with Angus and Simmental bulls, with 12 Angus CAF to $1420

MW&JF Osborne, Millicent sold three Charolais-Shorthorn heifers with three Angus CAF to $1350.

PTIC F1s sold from $850-$1460, depending on quality.

DO&KM Hunter sold 2yo Angus-Friesian heifers PTIC to Angus bulls at $1460.

Karinya sold 2yo Angus-Friesian heifers PTIC to a low birthweight Limousin bull for February/March calving at $1300 to Chay & Merrett.

Summerlea sold 13 rising 2yo Angus-Friesian heifers PTIC to Angus bulls to calve mid-February at $1120 to Elders Millicent and nine 2yo Shorthorn-Friesian heifers PTIC to Angus bulls to calve late February at $1250.

PTIC heifers made $700 to $1420.

Summerlea sold six rising 2yo Angus heifers, PTIC to Angus bulls and due to calve from February 20, at $1420 to O’Connor & Graney.

JL&LM Sutherland sold 14 Angus heifers PTIC to Glatz Angus bulls to calve mid-February for 12 weeks at $1375.

DW Altschwager sold seven Angus-cross heifers PTIC to Angus bulls at $1275 to O’Connor & Graney.

Blenhelm Park sold nine rising 2yo Angus heifers PTIC to Angus bulls to calve late February at $1120.

MW&JF Osborne, Millicent sold eight Charolais-Shorthorn heifers PTIC to Angus bulls to calve mid to late February at $1300.

KC Povey, who has leased their property, sold six Murray Grey heifers PTIC to Murray Grey bulls to calve late February at $1050.

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North Dubbo latest to start NBN build

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Four areas in Dubbo are under construction for NBN and another three are in the build preparation stage. Photo: NBN ROLLOUT MAPThe rollout of the NBN in Dubbo has progressed further with an additional area moving into the ‘build commenced’ stage.
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NBN Co corporate affairs manager NSW/ACT Kelly Stevens said an area in north Dubbo, which includes the racecourse, Dubbo Hospital and Charles Sturt University campus, has progressed from ‘build preparation’ to ‘build commenced’.

“There are four areas under construction and another three in what we call build preparation,” Ms Stevens said.

‘Build commenced’ is classified as an area where NBN has issued contract instructions to construction partners so they can start work in the area.

Ms Stevens said Dubbo was progressing really well with everything on schedule.

“Once construction starts it usually takes 12 months until it’s ready to be connected,” she said.

All of the city is now classified as either in the ‘build preparation’ or ‘build commenced’ stage. After ‘build commenced’ the next stage is ‘service available’.

Ms Stevens said once NBN started in a town they stayed until it was finished, with NBN being delivered to each module as it was ready.

More than nine million homes and businesses in Australia are expected to be ready to connect to the NBN network by 2018.

There are also 4.4 million families and business owners who are expected to be active on the network, an eight-fold increase from the current number of NBN users.

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Lions Club markets are here to stay

07.06.2018, Comments Off on Lions Club markets are here to stay, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

STILL HERE: Members of Bathurst Lions Club at the Farmers’ Markets at the Bathurst Showground are here to stay.THE Bathurst Lions Club Farmers’ Markets is here to stay.
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The confirmation comes following the decision by the AH&P Association to cancel its own regular Sunday markets until further notice.

“Due to circumstances outside our control, the showground marketsconducted by our association arecancelled immediately until further notice,” a Facebook post on the AH&P website stated.

“We have every intention ofconducting a significant market on the Saturday of the long weekend in October and hopefully another in early December. We will update you as these details are finalised.”

A similar announcement was also made on local radio.

Since the announcement, theorganisers of the Lions Club Farmers’ Markets have been fielding calls from concerned residents and stallholders who feared it had been cancelled.

What has caused the confusion is unknown to Bathurst Lions Clubpresident Mal Purves, but he wants to reassure market attendees that it will continue to be held regularly throughout the year.

“Possibly, some people are confused because they did not know there was a Bathurst Family Market,” he said.

“Or, it just could be that the name is similar to Bathurst Farmers’ Market and the 30-second interview did not provide enough distinction between the two.”

The Lions Club Farmers’ Markets are held on the fourth Saturday of each month at Bathurst Showground,

however it will relocate to Lions Berry Park temporarily for the scheduled September 26 market.

“The September 26 Bathurst Farmers’ Market will be held in Lions Berry Park, due to the Bathex Collectables Expo being held at the showground over the Saturday and Sunday,” Mr Purves said.

“The market will run from 8am until noon – our usual hours.”

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Robb College rolls on with more students

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Tom Bucknell, Bukkulla Station, Inverell (Bachelor of Agriculture and Business), Tom Menzies, “Wirra Park”, Mangoplah (Bachelor of Rural Science), Meg Pilley, “Ullamalla”, Hill End (Bachelor of Agriculture and Business), and Isobel Vivers, “Charleston”, Armidale (Bachelor of Nursing), are some of Robb College’s new students. Photo: Mariana CampbellROBB College has rolled into 2015 in style, celebrating orientation week with the highest number of college members for five years.
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The Armidale college has about 115 first-year students this year, up from 75 in 2014, and 80 per cent of the first-year students are enrolled in agriculture degrees.

Robb College is at 95pc capacity with about 220 students, despite a change in sleeping arrangements at the 55-year-old college.

For 2015, students will sleep in other campus colleges due to issues with fire compliance in the residential area of the heritage-listed Robb College building.

The temporary relocation won’t affect college life, with students still having access to the college’s hub, the dining hall, and still participating in sport and cultural activities.

Rumours about the college shutting down were put to rest through the student-driven campaign supported by the university.

Using the hashtag #RollonRobbCollege on social media, current and former students promoted the college while also contributing $10,000 to the Buy a Bale charity, which helps drought-affected farmers.

For every “like” the Roll on Robb College received, $1 was donated to the charity.

It was the second major fundraising initiative run by the college last year, with Buy a Bale also receiving proceeds from a nude calendar featuring Robb College students.

Robb College resident tutor Ellie Faulkner, from Bowral, said the power of social media was obvious with the campaign.

“We decided to run the campaign over summer when all the freshers were deciding what college to go to, so everyone was talking about it,” she said.

“The marketing has really boosted our numbers.

“This just shows that even though we’re not living in our college, relocating for a year hasn’t affected us. It’s made Robb even stronger as a college.”

Miss Faulkner said work to make the residential area fire compliant would be completed this year, with students to move back in 2016.

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