Bachelorette’s mum in palliative care (The West Australian)

Bachelorette’s mum in palliative care (The West Australian)

The West Australianon October 25, 2016, 5:08 pm Georgia Love. Georgia Love’s mother Belinda has been admitted to palliative care for “aggressive” pancreatic cancer just days before The Bachelorette Australia finale. “Georgia and her family are going through a very difficult time dealing with serious family health issues. They are focusing on supporting each other during this hard time and we kindly ask you to respect their privacy,” Ten told AAA”” in a statement. The former Tasmanian TV journalist will pick between bachelors Jake Ellis, Matty Johnson and Lee Elliot…

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ASIO admits it was penetrated by Soviet spies

ASIO admits it was penetrated by Soviet spies

Posted October 25, 2016 23:59:49 Video: ‘Without question’ ASIO infiltrated by Soviet spies, says academic given archive access (ABC News) Almost 30 years after the end of the Cold War, Australia’s security agency ASIO is publicly acknowledging it was infiltrated by Soviet spies in a new official publication being launched today at the organisation’s Canberra headquarters. Key points: The Secret Cold War covers Ivanov spy affair and Hilton Hotel bombing Academics John Blaxland, Rhys Crawley reveal details of ASIO secret activities Publication outlines how ASIO handled controversial Combe-Ivanov affair The…

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Parents could help treat symptoms of autism

Parents could help treat symptoms of autism

“(Autism) is a devastating diagnosis to most families,” he added. “Then there is a big question mark above what happens next.” Autism is thought to affect one in 68 children in the United States and one in 100 children in the UK, with half estimated to have intellectual disabilities and about 10% never learning to speak, according to the researchers. It is a spectrum disorder, with children experiencing a range of symptoms and severity. The causes are not fully understood, and there is currently no pharmaceutical treatment or cure. Previous…

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Ambulance officer's treatment by police 'unfair', union says

Ambulance officer's treatment by police 'unfair', union says

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Lonely Planet ranks SA in top 5 regions in the world

Lonely Planet ranks SA in top 5 regions in the world

Posted October 25, 2016 21:38:52 Photo: Adelaide was previously endorsed by Lonely Planet in 2014 when it was named a top 10 city. (Facebook: South Australia) Related Story: Wilderness trek opens on SA’s Kangaroo Island South Australia is one of the top five must-see regions in the world for 2017, according to internationally-renowned travel company Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet’s Best of Travel 2017, which features the top regions, cities and countries to visit around the world, describes South Australia as a “delicious feast suitable to anyone’s taste”, and the state…

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