September 17, 2023

Odd jobs: ‘Only a handful’ of Australian vets have Dr Ashlee’s special certification | Riotact

Odd jobs: ‘Only a handful’ of Australian vets have Dr Ashlee’s special certification | Riotact

Palliative care veterinarian Dr Ashlee Flesser and her (perfectly healthy) pet cat. Photo: Supplied. Canberran Dr Ashlee Flesser is one of a small number of Australian vets to buck what she says is a long-time trend of Australian veterinary care being behind human medicine. The palliative care veterinarian works exclusively with geriatric animals or animals

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Prince Harry snubbed of birthday tribute from palace due to ‘working royal’ policy

Prince Harry snubbed of birthday tribute from palace due to ‘working royal’ policy

News.com.au Royal Reporter Bronte Coy says the palace did not acknowledge Prince Harry’s birthday this year after a policy change. The change in policy comes after the Queen’s death and the King took the throne with the birthday of the prince going without mention due to him not being a working royal. “The policy changed

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Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Five years ago, a seemingly ordinary text message from an old school friend lifted the lid on a 40-year shame and completely up-ended David Meagher’s life. The SMS from Paul, whom he met at Marcellin College in Randwick in Sydney’s east in the late 1970s, simply asked if they could catch up for dinner. They

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‘So feel-good’: Prince Harry adored during ‘sensational’ Invictus Games

‘So feel-good’: Prince Harry adored during ‘sensational’ Invictus Games

News.com.au Royal Reporter Bronte Coy says Prince Harry’s actions at the Invictus Games is him when he is happy and “at his best”. Ms Coy remarked it has been “so nice” to watch the Prince in the spotlight in an authentic and real way. “It’s just so feel-good … this is Harry at his best,”

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Aussie cricket great Stuart MacGill charged over $330k cocaine plot

Aussie cricket great Stuart MacGill charged over $330k cocaine plot

Australian cricket great Stuart MacGill has been charged by police after an investigation into a $330,000 cocaine deal. The cult hero spinner was reportedly arrested by police from the Robbery and Serious Crime Squad on Tuesday and has been released on bail, News Corp first reported. Police will reportedly allege MacGill facilitated a deal between

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‘Mistake’: Entrenching identity politics into Australian constitution slammed

‘Mistake’: Entrenching identity politics into Australian constitution slammed

Sky News host Amanda Stoker says it would be a “mistake” to entrench identity politics into Australia’s constitution with the Voice to Parliament. Ms Stokers’ comments come as the debate over enshrining the Voice to Parliament into the Australian constitution heats up as the referendum date draws near. “The constitution isn’t an emotional document; to

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Meghan Markle threw ’caution to the wind’ with Invictus Games protocol

Meghan Markle threw ’caution to the wind’ with Invictus Games protocol

TalkTV contributor Esther Krakue says Meghan Markle threw “caution to the wind” by wearing casual clothes and not following protocol at the Invictus Games. “I remember one of the days where she did the walkaround, she was in a cream blazer and shorts which you absolutely cannot wear as an active member of the Royal

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NEWS OF THE WEEK: Wonka director praises Timothée Chalamet’s ‘Bing Crosby’ singing voice

NEWS OF THE WEEK: Wonka director praises Timothée Chalamet’s ‘Bing Crosby’ singing voice

The Dune actor has rarely shown off his vocal abilities in his roles to date, but according to Paul King, fans will be impressed with his vocals. “(Chalamet)’s got a beautiful singing voice. The person it reminded me of was Bing Crosby,” he told Total Film. “There’s quite a range, because it does go from

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Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Five years ago, a seemingly ordinary text message from an old school friend lifted the lid on a 40-year shame and completely up-ended David Meagher’s life. The SMS from Paul, whom he met at Marcellin College in Randwick in Sydney’s east in the late 1970s, simply asked if they could catch up for dinner. They

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Choirs bring out the best in Bach | Canberra CityNews

Choirs bring out the best in Bach | Canberra CityNews

The full ensemble, conducted by Dan Walker. Photo: Peter Hislop Music / “Immortal Bach”, Canberra Choral Society and Luminescence Children’s Choir. At All Saints Anglican Church, Ainslie, September 16. Reviewed by LEN POWER. THE history and provenance of JS Bach’s motets remain shrouded in mystery to this day. From within the known collection, there are

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‘Another day, another native title claim’: Indigenous council claims 3,500 properties

‘Another day, another native title claim’: Indigenous council claims 3,500 properties

The Australian’s new commentary newsletter. Sign up to get the nation’s sharpest writers, with their bold opinions and incisive analysis in your inbox every Sunday. Thanks for signing up to The Australian Commentary newsletter Sign up Sky News host Amanda Stoker says we recently saw an Indigenous land title claim on a $100 million chunk

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The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under is crowned

The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under is crowned

Video: The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under is crowned The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under is crowned We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer RuPaul reveals the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down

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Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Sydney man’s life totally changed by a simple text that exposed a 40-year secret

Five years ago, a seemingly ordinary text message from an old school friend lifted the lid on a 40-year shame and completely up-ended David Meagher’s life. The SMS from Paul, whom he met at Marcellin College in Randwick in Sydney’s east in the late 1970s, simply asked if they could catch up for dinner. They

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Dire rush to trace deadly bacterial outbreak

Dire rush to trace deadly bacterial outbreak

Health authorities are rushing to trace the origin of a listeria contamination, after Victoria, NSW and Queensland all reported a genetically-linked clusters of listeriosis. The virus is transmitted through food contaminated with listeria bacteria, like soft cheeses, pre-packaged food and chilled seafood and meat. Although it usually only presents as a mild illness in health

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