19. 09. 2018
Whales ahoy at Head of Bight

Whales ahoy at Head of Bight

THE arrival of the first southern right whale to the Head of Bight Interpretive Centre marks the start of the 2016 whale watching season.
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SPECTACULAR: Overhead views of the Southern Right Whales at the Head of Bight last year.

STUNNING: Visitors at the Head of Bight centre get a close up look at one of the whales from the boardwalk.

Several whales have been seenclose to the cliffs near the Head of Bight Interpretive Centre, with the first few spotted at the tail end of June.

“There is no better place in Australia to view whales in their natural environment,” presiding member of the Aboriginal Lands TrustHaydyn Bromley said.

The centre is owned and managed by the Aboriginal Lands Trust of South Australia, which works in partnership with the Yalata Community and other regional Aboriginal groups to protect the fragile ecosystem and care for the Land at Head of Bight.

“The Head of Bight is one of the state’s tourism jewels. It was recently named as one of the top three tourist destinations in South Australia,” Mr Bromley said.

“Aboriginal people are very proud of the Head of Bight and welcome visitors to experience not only the whales but some of our Aboriginal culture.

The interpretive centre provides a unique whale watching experience, where the migratory southern right whales congregate en masse to give birth to their calves each year.

These whales take up residencefor a five month period making the location one of the most spectacular whale watching sites in Australia.The Head of Bight Interpretive Centre is located on the Nullarbor Plain in the state’s far west coast, a short drive off the Eyre Highway on a sealed road.Over the years many visitors have flocked to the centre to marvel at the lopping, diving and slow motion somersaults of the majestic endangered creatures that mate and calve in the nursery waters after their long journey through the Antarctic waters.

Mr Bromley encouragedtravellers to visit the centre and enjoy the beauty and scenery that access to the whales offers.

The high cliff and the boardwalk that has been build across itprovidesa perfect vantage point of the whales, and the gentle giants can often be seen quite far inland forvisitors to see them playing up close.

Whales can be spotted at the Head of Bight usually between July and October each year.The total count for whales so far this seasons at the centre are in the seventieswhich is high but also a typical number for the Head of Bight in recent years. The daily and total whale count can be seen on the whale watching board on Poynton Street in Ceduna.

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19. 09. 2018
Police want airport boost

Police want airport boost

Police Association of Tasmania boss Pat AllenTHE Australian Federal Police and Tasmania Police unions are concerned the statewill become an international “soft target” for drug mules when direct flights from China start.
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The call comes after a 22-year-old man was arrested on Friday, allegedly found with $280,000 of methamphetamine concealed in his underwear.

Tasmania Police has alleged a drug detection doglocated the quantity and the man was performing his second drug run from Sydney when he was caught.

Police have called it their largest bust in two years.

But AFP union chief Angela Smith said she had seen media reports suggestingthe state’s ice problem was increasing and theforce was struggling to cope.

She believes AFP numbers need to be increased at Hobart Airport again, after 27 officers were removed from the facility due to budgetary reasons in 2014.

“The island is a soft target for drug traffickers because it is a gateway into Australia,” she said.

“(It willbe)an International Airport that will soon have international flights from China.Right now, Hobart is the only capital city not to have the full time protection of the Australian Federal Police at its airport.”

Police Association of Tasmania president Pat Allen supported the AFP Union’s push to strengthen airport protection measures.

“Iceis a growing problem in Tasmania,” Mr Allen said.

“When we start to see direct flights in and out of China – and I hope we do for the Tasmanian economy – we will need an AFP presence for international flights and visitors.”

An AFP spokeswoman said Tasmania Police was responsible for its own operations at Hobart airport.

“The AFP has a presence in Tasmania and works closely with Tasmania Police,” she said.

“The AFP has responsibility for law enforcement at...nine designated Australian airports.”

The state government did not respond to questions about improved airport security.

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19. 09. 2018
Blacktown City down brave Hakoah

Blacktown City down brave Hakoah

Picture: Football NSWMITCHELL Mallia’s88thminute goal saw Blacktown Citysnatch a 3-2 win over Sydney City Hakoah at Lilys Football Stadium onSunday.
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In an unexpectedly tough match for Blacktown City, the home side was let down by some poor finishing and frustrated by Hakoah’s direct style.

Early goals to Matthew Lewis and Danny Choi had City cruising but they had blown a 2-nil lead when Nathan Bowden-Haase headed Hakoah level in the 81stminute.

But Mallia’s last-ditch goal restored City’s lead and kept them within touching distance of first-placed Sydney United 58 on the NSW National Premier Leagues Division 1 ladder.

Speaking post-match,Blacktown City coach Mark Crittenden was clearly irritated by Hakoah’s direct approach.

“It was an awkward game, they play an awkward style, a lot of long ball,” he said.

“I thought the first half was okay, and the second half it was the same thing, long ball, long ball. We probably gave away two softish goals. It was a real battle, it was very fiercely contested and full credit to the lads for sticking on and getting the winner.

“We tried to play footy whereas the other mob tried to play a lot of long stuff. It just meant we had to try to play deep from our own third. I think that considering the toughness of the contest, the whole side played well.”

City took the lead in the eighth minute when Lewis fired home from close range and Choi doubled theadvantage from the penalty spot on 14 minutes.

Choi and Mallia ran Hakoah’s fullbacks ragged throughout the first-half but City couldn’t extend their lead andHakoah hit back against the run of play when Adrian Vranic scored a fine solo goal.

Vranic left a string of City defenders in his wake and beat keeperNenad Vekic superbly in what was the moment of the match.

In the second-half, Blacktown were dominant.

Lewis Beumie went close in the 53rdminute before Travis Major was teed up by Choi but turned his point-blank shot over the crossbar when it seemed easier to score.

A rare corner gaveHakoah a late chance to draw leveland they took it.Bowden-Haase’s towering header was too good forVekic and it appeared the away side hadpulled a point out of the fire.

But City regrouped and found the winner throughMallia two minutes from time.

Blacktown City will travel to Wollongong next weekend.

Blacktown City match-winner Mitchell Mallia. Picture: Football NSW

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19. 09. 2018
Injured hoop watches replacement win

Injured hoop watches replacement win

Jockey Alison Threadwell after her win on Poet's Trick for Port Macquarie trainer Neil Godbolt at Taree this week.
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JOCKEYLuke Cumberland returned from hospital from a pre-race tumble to see a replacement jockey on Port Macquarie gelding Laredo Hussler notch its third win in its last four starts at Taree’s $160,000 prizemoney TAB meeting on Monday.

Cumberland had been on the four-year-old for wins at Taree on May 23 and at Port on June 19 and was looking forward to another win before the mishap on another Neil Godbolt-trained galloper, Sensational Song, before the first race.

He landed heavily when the three-year-old gelding reared and was taken by ambulance to hospital with a knee injury.

But all was okay and he managed to return to the track to see Coffs Harbour hoop Raymond Spokes guide Laredo Hussler ($8.50 to $6) to an all-the-way win by 2.25 lengths in the Eddies Fresh Chickens Benchmark 60 Handicap over 1412m in a class record.

No sooner had Cumberland watched the impressive win, he left the track sorely bruised in frame and in spirit.

Chief stipendiary steward Drew Smith said the win “rubbed salt in the wound (for Cumberland) by watching the race.”

Spokes said he was “lucky” to pick up the ride but “it was a horrible way to get it.”

Godbolt was surprised how easy Laredo Hussler got the lead and reported that the last three wins had occurred with the gelding wearing blinkers and keeping it to shorter races with more rest between runs.

The trainer grabbed a winning double, he earlier seeing five-year-old gelding Poet’s Trick ($8.50) also lead all the way for jockey Alison Threadwell in the MJR Accountants Entires & Geldings Benchmark 55 Handicap over 1257m on a day where leaders dominated on the eight-race card conducted by Taree Wingham Race Club on a good-rated track.

The gelding,owned by a Kempsey syndicate of business people headed by vet Andrew Bennett,came from the outside barrier to record Threadwell’s first win since coming back from a racetrack injury.

“It has been a long time between drinks for the syndicate but along with Holy Weeva (two wins in a row),they have a few good things going for them,” Godbolt said.

The double gave Godbolt38 wins for the season.

Boom Port three-year-old gelding Laurentian ($2.50), trained by John Sprague, was also aiming for three wins in a row on the Bushland Drive track but that feat by .75 of a length went to Wyong filly Alaskan Wolf ($15) which was resuming from a spell for trainer,part-owner Norman Rogers.

She had won her first two races at Taree in August and returned,after two unplaced runs at Canterbury and Hawkesbury late last year, with the win, coming from just off the pace.

Laurentian was taken on in front and tended to hang over the concluding stages after a tough run.

The Elders Real Estate Maiden Plate over 1257m,the race in which Sensational Song was scratched after dumping Cumberland and careering around the track before the start,was won by a neck by the $1.90 favourite,three-year-old gelding Background Scalper, trained at Newcastle by Kris Lees and ridden by Aaron Bullock, in a class record.

The two again combined to register another class record with Rupavari ($4.40) which scored by 2.25 lengths in the Taree Taxis Fillies & Mares Maiden Plate.

Lees had accepted with four gallopers,two were scratched,and the other two gave him wins for a perfect day.

Easiest win of the afternoon was recorded by Gosford three-year-old gelding Mr Snowman ($2.70), trained by Gordon Yorke and ridden by his four kilo claiming 25-year-old Hong Kong apprentice Eric Cheung for his second win,first at the track.

It scored by 3.5 lengths in the CJ Hogan & Company Maiden Handicap over 1007m.

Mr Snowman,owned by Yorke, Kaz Saunders and Geoff Lynam, badly injured the trainer and put him in hospital for five days when being broken in last year.

Port jockey Peter Graham shot three-year-old gelding Rainbow River ($6), trained at Taree by Bob Milligan, to the lead on the turn and had 1.75 lengths to spare on the line in the Cleavers Tyres Country Class 1 Plate over 1614m.

Four-year-old mare Darbies Blugirl ($10) ,trained and part owned by Barry Lawrence from Newcastle and ridden by Matt Bennett,also set a class record in scoring by a long neck in the Stacks Law Firm Fillies & Mares Benchmark 55 Handicap over 1257m.

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24. 08. 2018
Ross Lyon fears Nat Fyfe could leave Fremantle Dockers if club has no plan

Ross Lyon fears Nat Fyfe could leave Fremantle Dockers if club has no plan

Nat Fyfe is working hard towards a 2017 return for Fremantle. Photo: FacebookFremantle coach Ross Lyon has warned fans that he believes superstar Nat Fyfe could leave the club if it does not convince him it has a plan for future success.
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Speaking on Fox Footy's On the Couch on Monday night, Lyon said he knows the 2015 Brownlow Medallist loves the club but he craves success like any other AFL player.

"He is really exerting his leadership and energy around the club," Lyon said of the 24-year-old.

"How he spoke when he won the Brownlow, he loves the Fremantle Football Club, but in saying that he wants to build success."

Lyon acknowledged the importance of including all personnel and supporters in building towards a premiership.

"You've got to bring everyone along for the journey like when the Hawks did it — board members, fans, members and your best players and leaders because they've got to buy into the plan," Lyon said.

"If Nathan believes in that plan coming his way, he'll be here, I've got no doubt.

"If he doesn't believe in the plan, and we don't bring him along, he'd be a chance to leave."

Fyfe's season ended in round five with a leg fracture - one of a number of disasters that hit Fremantle this year as they plummeted out of premiership contention with 10 straight losses from the season opener.

After that loss to Carlton, Lyon said the club had to re-stump, re-wire and re-plumb, with chief executive Steve Rosich last weekend outlining a plan for the Dockers to recruit heavily through the next three to four national drafts as they rebuild their playing list.

​"We could load up and attract free agents and uncontracted players, but if that failed then you'd be in a real hole," Lyon said.

"We want to take care of the present and the future at the same time.

"We don't want to sell the farm, either ... we would still like to play finals next year.

"We think it's possible - anything's possible."

Fremantle (3-11) will miss the finals this season for the first time since Lyon took over as coach at the end of 2011. But the former St Kilda mentor, who boasts a 63 per cent winning ratio at the Dockers, believes the club can contend in 2017 with a healthier list.

The club can expect key players Fyfe, Aaron Sandilands (ribs), Michael Johnson (knee/hamstring), Harley Bennell (calf) and Alex Pearce (leg) to return next year, though Pavlich, 34, is certain to retire at the end of this season.

Lyon said Pavlich planned to play the rest of the season before retiring, despite suggestions he should be given an early send-off game.

The Dockers legend will play against Melbourne in Darwin on Saturday night but managed throughout the rest of the season and unlikely to make the trip to Gold Coast in round 18.

Meanwhile Fyfe told Channel Seven on Monday night he won't know until next season whether the decision to take the whole year off to allow his fractured leg to heal properly was the right one.

Fyfe's fractured left fibula was the same bone injured in last year's preliminary final loss against Hawthorn.

He had surgery to have another plate inserted in the days after the injury. There was a possibility that Fyfe could play again this season with the plate still in his leg but it was decided he would get the plate removed and sit out the remainder of the year.

Fremantle's likely next captain said he feels fit enough to play now but he will have the plate removed in a couple of weeks and said time would tell if the right decision was made.

"We won't know until next year, but a year off this year will hopefully give me some longevity in my career and have me ready to really attack next year and return to my best footy, which I've got every intention of doing," Fyfe said.

"I'm fit and strong and if I wasn't getting the plates removed I'd be playing footy by now.

"But the way we've gone, in a couple of weeks I'll have the surgery, have the plates taken out and start again on my rebuild for 2017."

Fyfe has been in Fremantle's coaching box and around the team on match days in recent weeks helping the club's young midfield group.

He is part of the Dockers leadership group and said the mentoring role had kept him engaged during his time out with injury.

"It just reminds me and invigorates me and lets me know how powerful my influence can be," Fyfe said.

"I've had great mentors and leaders throughout my footy journey and I feel I've got an important leadership role to keep engaged, keep giving back to these young guys because we've got some genuine stars coming through. It's my job to nurture them to the top."

Teammate Lachie Neale said last week that Fyfe had been a critical sounding board for him this year and the two-time AFL Players' Association MVP provided a unique perspective for the players.

"He's been great.. he comes in at half-time and at the breaks and speaks to the midfielders," Neale said.

"He's been great for me and Connor Blakely has been speaking to him at the breaks as well.

"He just gives us more of a player's perspective, instead of hearing from the coaches all of the time.

"He sees the game a bit differently to what Marc Webb (Freo Dockers midfield coach) might, or what Ross (Lyon) might.

"It's been fantastic for him to come in and give us some tips and give us some areas to grow and also some positive affirmations as well throughout the game."

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24. 08. 2018
Brisbane radio ratings: Ash, Kip and Luttsy claim breakfast

Brisbane radio ratings: Ash, Kip and Luttsy claim breakfast

Breakfast hosts Ash, Kip and Luttsy have helped Nova to its first overall ratings win this year. Photo: Supplied 612 ABC's Spencer Howson.
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Nova's Ash, Kip and Luttsy have received an audience resurgence and toppled ABC's Spencer Howson from the top of the breakfast radio pile.

The Nova team saw an audience growth of 2.2 points while Howson shed almost the same amount, dropping back to second.

97.3's Robin, Terry and Bob also saw a massive chunk of their listeners switch off, dropping 2.6 points.

Overall Nova breakfast has a 13.5 point audience share, nearly a full point ahead of Howson and more than two points ahead of 97.3.

Nova was also the only locally produced show that saw major gains at breakfast with every other station either losing share or holding relatively steady.

With Nova making its way to the top the current breakfast leaderboard looks like this: Nova's Ash, Kip and Luttsy - 13.5ABC's Spencer Howson - 12.897.3's Robin, Terry and Bob - 11.4Hit105's Abby, Stav and Osher Gunsberg - 9.4Triple M's Ed and Marto - 9.1

The breakfast gain also helped Nova win the overall ratings for the first time this year.

The station's audience share Monday to Sunday between 5am and midnight is an impressive 14.3 points, well clear of 97.3, which had won overall in every survey this year, on 11.6 points.

The fourth survey of the year saw gains for Nova in every key timeslot except weekends where, they lost a 0.8 point audience share.

Nova's networked evening shows - Smallzy's Surgery and Late Nights with Jason Smith, saw a massive increase of 4.9 points.

The good news for Nova was bad news for 97.3 with the ARN station shedding big numbers in every key timeslot while Austereo's decision to have Osher Gunsberg phone the show in from Sydney, which helped them gain audience at the start of the year, seems to be another failed experiment from the struggling station.

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24. 08. 2018
Brisbane CBD ‘one-punch’ accused breaks down in court

Brisbane CBD ‘one-punch’ accused breaks down in court

Paramedics treat Mark English, allegedly coward punched on Ann Street in the Brisbane CBD. Photo: Jorge Branco Lawyer Brendan Beavon leaves Brisbane Magistrates Court after his client Morgan Alexander Isles-English appeared, charged with punching his father in Brisbane's CBD. Photo: Jorge Branco
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A man charged with an alleged one-punch attack on his father, who is now fighting for life in hospital, has broken down in emotional scenes in a Brisbane court.

"I love you Mum," Morgan Alexander Isles-English, 25, yelled out as his case went before a magistrate on Tuesday morning.

"I love you too," she mouthed back.

The Teneriffe man, dressed in a prison-issue tracksuit, paced back and forth and bumped his head against the glass in the dock as his lawyer, Brendan Beavon, asked for the case to be adjourned.

Mr Isles-English held his head in his hands and sobbed loudly as he faced court on one charge of grievous bodily harm over the alleged attack in the Brisbane CBD on Monday.

His father, named as Mark English but referred to in court documents as Mark Bradley McGrice, was in an induced coma in the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital after being scheduled for surgery overnight.

The Gold Coast man was walking along Ann Street opposite Central train station with his partner, Varri Telfer, about 4pm Monday, when his son spotted them and allegedly attacked.

Ms Telfer said the men hadn't seen each other for four years.

Police said the 25-year-old Teneriffe man had a "brief verbal exchange" with the couple before punching his dad in the mouth.

The Gold Coast man fell backwards and was knocked out when his head hit the concrete.

His partner and passersby administered first aid until paramedics arrived, when he remained lying face down on the path for minutes as they assessed his injuries.

Shortly after the incident, she said Mr English was breathing but hadn't spoken.

Mr Isles-English's lawyer and his supporter both declined to comment as they left court.

The accused did not apply for bail and the matter was adjourned until August 15 for a mention.

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24. 08. 2018
Five held over brutal Newport bashing that fractured young man’s skull

Five held over brutal Newport bashing that fractured young man’s skull

Police are investigating a brutal attack in Newport. Mason Street, Newport, near the scene of the alleged assault. Photo: Google Maps
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Five men have been arrested over a brutal attack in Melbourne's west that left a teenager in hospital with a fractured skull.

The victim's mother, Michelle McIver, said her son and two friends were walking down Mason Street in Newport about 1am on Sunday when they were "hunted down" by the men in a car.

Ms McIver said the offenders demanded one of the boys hand over his phone, wallet, jacket and shoes while a sharp object, believed to be a knife, was held to his throat.

She said her son, who had nothing of value on him, was set upon and bashed with some kind of metal bar.

"These animals did not leave one bruise or mark on any part of my son's body [other than his head]," she posted on Facebook on Monday.

"They went at his head from behind with what his friends believe to have been some sort of metal bar [or] baseball bat and then when he was semiconscious with their boots to his face."

Ms McIver said her son suffered a fractured skull, eight broken teeth and a swollen eye.

He remains in hospital after undergoing surgery and has no memory of the attack, she said.

The Williamstown woman said the attack was "so brutal you may have seen my son's pool of blood left on the pavement" in the street where he was bashed.

She appealed for anyone with information to contact Altona North Police Station.

In a statement, police said the victims were allegedly chased into Laurie Street and assaulted.

The five men were arrested on Tuesday morning in High Street, Reservoir after calls to police about a suspect car at a service station.

The men are helping with inquiries, the police statement said.

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24. 08. 2018
Parents ‘fearful’ of killer canines

Parents ‘fearful’ of killer canines

A SHAKEN Wagga resident has blasted irresponsible animal owners after two poorly restrained dogs escaped their property and went on a "petkilling spree" last week.
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Council rangers issued the owners of two escapee American Mastiff dogs with a number of infringements, but locals who felt the brunt of their "frenzied roaming" have demanded acity-widecrackdown.

Mount Austin's Rachel Pettit broke her silence to The Daily Advertiser after the loose dogs massacred two of her neighbour's pets.

She stressed the urgency for council, and even police, to punish owners who fail to properly contain their animals.

“My neighbour saw her little dog get slaughtered–she looked out the back door and saw a bloodied big black and white dog standing on top of hers,” she said.

“They also managed to kill my other neighbour’s cat, which I found yesterday in my backyard.

"When I saw the dead cat I thought to myself, ‘that could have been one of my children’.My two-year-old loves to jump around and I hate to think what could have happened if he was out there playing.”

The cat was killed during the attack andwhile the small dog survived the immediate onslaught, itlater had to be euthanised.

Ms Pettit said she had the terriblejob of wrapping the cat in a towel and giving it to her neighbours to bury.

Break-in victim Blake Cullen, whose guard dogdefended his property from burglars two months ago, said it was important thedogs weren’tpunished simply for being aggressive.

“People are quick to throw the blame but if we punish dogs for being defensive, you’ll see more and more homes get robbed,” he said.

“My property was saved by my dog.You have to blame the owners, it’s their job to keep them restricted.”

Wagga City Council confirmed the “alleged dog attack”had taken place last week and said investigations are “still ongoing”.

“Dog attacks are best prevented when a dog is secured in a yard or restrained on a leash when in a public place,” a spokesperson said.

“These are both responsibilities of the dog owner and outlined in the Companion Animals Act.”

If a dog is found roaming, owners face a fine of $220.Fordog attacks, owners can be fined $550or have the matter referred to court.

Residents can report roaming animals by phoning council’s 24-hour call centre on1300 292 442.

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22. 07. 2018
Blood donors needed

Blood donors needed

Helping save a life: Camden resident Roxanne Clarke has been a regular blood donor for the past three years. Picture: Ben Chenoweth
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The Australian Red Cross Blood Service has urged those with the O-Negative blood type to follow Camden resident Roxanne Clarke’s lead androll up their sleeves.

Cold and flu symptoms have wiped out about 1000 donors a day, leaving a shortage of O-Negative supplies.

Ms Clarke first began to donate about three years ago.

Last week, she was back again at the mobile blood bank set up in the Bunnings car park at Campbelltown.

She said it was never too late to give blood.

“I’m a latestarter really,” she said.

“Mysister had been doing it (donating blood) for a while so Idecided to goalong with her.

“Ihad no idea what blood type Iwas at the time but they said I was O-Negative.

“That’sa good one because they can use it to help a lot of people.

“If you are O-Negative it’s the best one because everyone can use it.

“I was told it’sgold.”

Australian Red Cross Blood Service spokesman Shaun Inguanzo stressed the need for more O-Negative donors to give blood

“O-Negative is the universal type given to patients in emergency situations, when their blood type is unknown.Australian patients need around 500 O-Negative donations a day to survive these situations,” he said.

“The number of people suffering cold and flu symptoms increases, limiting the number of regular donors who are able to give.

“Around the country, we are seeing as many as 1000 people cancel their appointments every day –almost half of them due to illness.

“We need others – in this case people with O-Negative blood – to take the place of those who have cold or flu symptoms.

“With one in three of us needing donated blood in our lifetime the life you save could be that of a friend or family member.”

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