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Fallow deer population increase in Tasmanian… warning bell

The numbers of fallow deer in Tasmania is increasing, a group of scholars have alerted, as the state’s legislative council looks into the effect the animals are having on the environment surroundings and economy. The deer were coming into the state in the 1830s for hunting, and their numbers have been kept in control with a Quality Deer Management plan. ...

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Waiting report that repressed by the Catholic Church will be tabled

A statement repressed by the Catholic Church for over a year will be tabled at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses into Child Sexual Abuse this week. The 2015 statement by former Federal Court judge Donnell Ryan is into the Church’s compensation scheme for sufferers known as the Melbourne Response. The plan was put up in 1996 by then archbishop ...

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Patient who is in need of medicinal herbal carefully took Federal Government’s announcement

The exact people who use medicinal cannabis say they are carefully hopeful about a move by the Federal Government to slacken importation laws, and they hope the announcement will mean patients can finally get authentic access to a grassy product which can and does save lives, then several tonnes of products would need to be imported, in time the Government ...

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In Casuarina Beach in Darwin a crocodile has been noticed

A crocodile has been noticed swimming in the waves at one of Darwin’s extreme popular beaches, the place people repeatedly surf and promenade with their dogs. The authority announced that they were just walking up, taking their dogs for an afternoon walk, that they have been doing for quite a while, and they just turned around and headed back to ...

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Crooked by nature is never made straight by education

The prisoner Stanley Shane Connors, 22 years old who attempted to run away confinement by running from a courtroom after his parole was repealed has been sentenced to an additional six months’ jail. He was habeas before the sentence administration board at the ACT Magistrates Court building in November last year when his parole was repealed, now the ACT Magistrates ...

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Minister for Indigenous Health and Aged Care, Ken Wyatt in Turnbull Cabinets

After being sworn in as Minister for Indigenous Health and Aged Care, Ken Wyatt is the country’s first Indigenous person into the Commonwealth ministry, in time prompted by the resignation of former health minister Sussan Ley by Federal politicians gathered at Government House in Canberra for a swearing-in ceremony, in time there is announcing by Greg Hunt inform that Ms ...

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Researchers in the University of Tasmania optimistic about chronic wounds Nationwide project

The nationwide project that University of Tasmania has started it give hope to the researchers to fix a multi-billion-dollar healthcare issue like the chronic wounds treating is approximated to cost the Australian healthcare system around to $3 billion every year, and researchers at the university will develop a database for the National Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre for trying ...

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