Could a case like terminally ill baby Charlie Gard's happen in Australia?

Could a case like terminally ill baby Charlie Gard's happen in Australia?

Posted July 24, 2017 06:06:55 Photo: Charlie Gard has the terminal mitochondrial depletion syndrome. (GoFundMe: Charlies Fight) In an emotional case that has received international attention, the fate of a young sick British boy lies firmly with the legal system. After much wrangling, a judge will finally decide whether his parents can take him to the United States for an experimental treatment that has not been tested on humans. Who is Charlie Gard? Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard has a rare, terminal medical condition called mitochondrial depletion syndrome. Charlie Gard timeline Charlie…

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The pigment in the Great Wave and Starry Night was created by accident

The pigment in the Great Wave and Starry Night was created by accident

By Hugh Davies, La Trobe University Updated July 21, 2017 22:54:09 Video: Hokusai’s iconic great wave comes to Australia (ABC News) Related Story: Is this the most reproduced artwork in history? Hokusai’s Great Wave off Kanagawa remains the enduring image of Japanese art. The print depicts a giant wave with unmistakable frothing tentacles poised to smash a boat below. The boat’s occupants toil uncaring or unaware of the hovering deluge — the curve of their vessel matching the lines of the heaving sea around them. With the intense drama unfolding…

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Teen injured in motorcycle crash

Teen injured in motorcycle crash

A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has suffered serious injuries after a motorcycle crash in Wilson.  The teenager was riding an unregistered Kawasaki motorcycle on Braibrise Road near Snow Street at 11.40am on Saturday when it collided with a white Hyundai Getz that was turning into a driveway. The 15-year-old male suffered serious injuries and was taken by St John Ambulance to Royal Perth Hospital for medical treatment. Major Crash officers are investigating. Anyone who may have seen the vehicles driving in the Wilson area before to the crash is asked to contact…

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‘History-making’ Hah vows Ninja return

‘History-making’ Hah vows Ninja return

ANDREA Hah has vowed to return to Australian Ninja Warrior and is already in training to take out the title. After making history as the first woman to make it up the Warped Wall, Hah told News Corporation Australia tackling the formidable obstacle course again next year would be “fun”. media_cameraAndrea Hah madeAustralian Ninja Warrior history by climbing the warped wall. Picture: NineTo prepare herself, she is incorporating 2am training sessions to align with the show’s night-time shooting schedule, which sees ninjas attempt the course anytime between 8pm and 2am….

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