Salmonella in frozen food in South Austr Adelaide
Three cases of salmonellosis appeared in South Australians, who ate food of CORE Powerfoods frozen foods 2 dazs after the national recall. Fay Jenkins, Director of Food and Controlled Medicines at SA Health, said the reason people had not been warned by SA Health until today was that the recall was expired by Victoria and there were a lot of media outlets about it.
Last month, a similar frozen food supplier, Flagstaff’s frozen food, withdrew the food, and SA Health’s warning today was to eliminate confusion.
After confirming that all damaged stocks have been removed from the shelves throughout the state, SA Health asks people with CORE Powerfoods in the freezer on the indicated dates to throw them away or to bring them to the place of purchase to return money. Fifteen cases of salmonella associated with recall at the national level have been reported.
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The journalist Charles Brice, who was paralyzed by a motorcycle accident nearly 10 years ago, did a grandiose drive with a manual drive to raise money for research on spinal injuries. Early in the morning, he arrived at Victoria Adelaide’s park in his modified pedal-driven car, receiving encouraging feedback from expecting relatives and friends. Brice said, it was hard drive, he is exhausted but happy, because of his family and relatives' support. He drove 300 km with other drivers, the same distance he took from the place of accident to Adelaide's hospital in 2010. He was injured hardly after the crash, s a result he got severed spinal cord and broken neck and lost the opportunity to walk. Brice spent 2 months in the hospital and more than a year in rehabilitation, and the doctors told him that he would begin to paralyze.
A squad of riders reached the finish line at Victoria Park in Adelaide this afternoon, and the trip raised over $ 70,000. Brice hopes that money can help with research that can help him and other people walk again.
A group of cyber-detectives from Adelaide took out a “hackathon" of missing persons, finding a large amount of information to investigate the police. There haven't been events like this in Australia yet, they were only in the US and Canada, there they helped to find missing people. It was attended by over 350 “ethical hackers” who gathered in 10 locations across the country to get information on 12 cases of colds in Australia. The Adelaide team found 97 new cases to be provided to the police for investigation. Team member Ben Cornish said social media provides the greatest opportunity to search for new information.
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The commissioner Bruce Lander informs, that poor records at SA Health make it not easy to detect corruption. He had earlier confirmed about his confidence of corruption in the health system of South Australia and a bad documentation worsened its search. Earlier this year Mr Lander sent a letter to the Health Minister Stephen Wade, where he asks money for the researches of corruption, and says it damages administration in the health system. Mr Lander also said, he can help the agency recoup far more than the cost of the inquiry.
Treasurer Rob Lucas answered Lander, they have already provided ICAC with additional funding of $14.5 million and the government can't give them now more money for additional needs.
Some Jonathan Bakewell killed and raped 20 year old Anne-Marie Culleton in 1988. He had been sentenced to spend th rest of his life behind bars, but in 2016 he came out of jail and was taken back after violating releasing conditions by using drugs. Now he's going to be free again and sent from Darwin to Adelaide, where his sick father lives.
His victim's sister is shocked because of the Court's desicion, she fought for a long time for Bakewell to be behind bars for all his life and now she's afraid of women's unsafety in the district, where the rapist will live. She says, Bakewell is a nightmare for every woman, he took drugs, when he killed Anne-Marie, and did it then again. In return, the Court considers Bakewell not dangerous for the community, as he was relatively quiet during parole and he will be regularly observed, because of his serious diseases: cancer and sclerosis.
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When Jeff Fenech bore an open-heart rescue operation, he was not concerned about a fatal infection, but about the realization that he would not be able to take his daughter down the aisle at her wedding. The prospect of missing a big day aroused the world champion to do the incredible in just 10 days. It became his hardest fight, according to his words.
A 55-year-old man had a training camp in Bangkok two weeks ago when he started coughing up blood. His friends ignored his requests to leave him alone and called an ambulance, which, according to doctors, could save his life. Fenech had a potentially fatal heart infection that nearly killed him, which meant he needed open heart surgery
Fenech's daughter and her groom decided to do a bedside wedding ceremony, as she didn't want her father's absence. After it a couple went to Sydney ceremony and Fenech decided to follow him. Now he is exhausted, but said, it was worth it.
The state government of New South Wales today announced the location of seven stations on the new metro line, which is expected to open to the public by 2030.Metro stations will be built in Westmead, North Strathfield, Parramatta, North Bearwood, Sydney Olympic Park, Five Docks and Gulf Sites, said the State Prime Minister. Work starts next year. The metro will double the railway capacity between Parramatta and the Sydney CBD by more than half and reduce the travel time between the two centers by approximately 20 minutes. To implement the project, about 23 residential facilities and about 93 business sites will be acquired.
David Borger, executive director of the West Sydney Business Chamber, said work should begin as soon as possible in order to expand what he called Australia's fastest growing and most congested line.