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Albury surgeon still restricted Dr Roland von Marburg.
A BORDER medico will still have some limitations on his surgical work, despite saying he has won an appeal.
Dr Roland von Marburg told The Border Mail he won his appeal against the surgeryban with the handing down of a decision by the NSW Civil and Administrative Appeal Tribunal.
The Medical Council of NSWhad made a ruling against the ear, nose and throat surgeon in late March, ordering that he could not carry out “any surgical procedure in an setting, including the practitioner’s rooms or hospital”.
Jail for firearm threatAn Albury woman who pulled out a sawn-off shotgun to threaten her partner suffered horrific abuse as a child, Albury Local Court has heard.
Kathleen Miller was choked, bashed and even thrown down stairs in a devastatingpattern that continued into her adult years.
On Monday, she was jailed for 13 months for a crime the court heard was in retaliation for ongoing abuse from her partner.
Father Peter MacLeod-Miller supports marriage equality Father Peter MacLeod-Miller.
FORMER MP Sophie Mirabella laughing at her wedding with Prime Minister Tony Abbott and former speaker Bronwyn Bishop is the image that is hoped to gain support for marriage equality.
St Matthew’s Father Peter MacLeod-Miller hung the posters of the politicians around Albury on Tuesday.
The poster reads “all in the family –politicians against marriage equality working together for a fairer Australia?”
Father MacLeod-Miller hopes to drum up support for marriage equality within other churches on the Border.
Albury won’t sanction Elliott Powell despite Dederang dramaALBURY young gun Elliott Powell is likely to escape club sanctions, despite his decision to play for another club on Saturday.
The Tigers say they were unaware Powell had played for his former club Dederang-Mount Beauty in the Tallangatta league reserves, until reading it inThe Border Mailon Monday.
Need anational newssnapshot first thing – well, we have you covered.
► TASMANIA: A formerRisdon inmate who suffered from gallbladder attacks says he stockpiled Panadol to avoid seeing doctors in prison, but the Health Department insists the service is well-resourced and of a high standard. FULL STORY
►DUBBO: Dubbo has made a not-so-flattering13th-worst place in NSW for domestic violence – a crime which occurs so frequently women’s advocates thought the ranking would be even closer to the top. READ MORE
► RIVERINA:Waggamotorists continue to be slugged with sky-high petrol prices, but less than an hour up the road some of the cheapest fuel in the country can be foundThe price of E10 fuel in Temora has plummeted to below $1 a litre –presenting value for motorists not seen in the Riverina for several for years. FULL STORY
►BALLARAT: ProminentBallarat Aboriginal elder Ted Lovett believes a decision to name the city’s newest suburb Winter Valley instead of Mullawallah is race-motivated. Mr Lovett has dismissed excuses by a number of residents for not wanting the original name, saying it was nothing but racist.READ MORE
►ILLAWARRA:A driver has punched a motorcyclist in his helmet in a mystifying road rage incident captured on film at Warrawong.The footage, filmed on dashcam, shows a Toyota exiting the Warrawong Westfield car park onto Northcliffe Drive shortly before 11am Saturday, in between two motorcycles. What comes next is shocking. WATCH, READ MORE.
►MANDURAH: Foodiesand amateur cooks have the opportunity to create a meal using the State’s best fresh produce in a bid to win the title of WA’s Signature Dish for 2015. FULL STORY
Ballarat Aboriginal elder Ted Lovett is one of many disappointed Ballarat’s newest suburb won’t be named Mullawallah as originally proposed.
►ORANGE: Seekingrefuge in the old Orange Base Hospital site, under bushes and on other people’s couches – homelessness in Orange is an invisible problem that community organisations say needs to be recognised. READ MORE
►TASMANIA:‘‘I am a senator of Australia and I have a 21-year-old son that has a problem with ice, and yet even with my title I have no control over my son.”
Fusion Central West team leader Bev Rankin says homeless people are known to use the old Orange Base Hospital site as a shelter. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
SenatorJacqui Lambie has revealed her son’s ice addiction in Parliament in an impassioned speech arguing for involuntary detox for children. FULL STORY
►ALBURY-WODONGA: A Border church leader has hung posters supporting gay marriage. READ MORE
►Hangovers are causing 11.5 million ‘‘sick days’’ a year at a cost of $3 billion to the Australian economy, new research suggests.There are also fears that people who are mixing alcohol with amphetamines on the weekends are experiencing ‘‘Weepy Wednesdays’’ because of the delayed effects of their drug use. FULL STORY
►Police are searching for a man who tried to have sex with a dog in front of two dog owners in Sydney’s west on Sunday. READ MORE
►The Department of Finance will keep secret the outcome of its investigation into the questionable use of taxpayer-funded entitlements by three prominent federal politicians. FULL STORY
Excess drinking at weekends puts a tax on a body’s immune system. Picture: Simon O’Dwyer
► CHINA:China has handed former senior military officer Gu Junshan a suspended death sentence in the latest milestone of President Xi Jinping’s campaign to root out corruption in the country’s armed forces. FULL STORY
►LONDON:Australian flight safety experts will examine a reconstruction of part of the MH17 plane to test their theory on why it crashed.
The experts have joined colleagues from five nations in the Netherlands to discuss their report on last year’s MH17 disaster. READ MORE
► SYRIA:Medical care in besieged Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria has gone back to the “Stone Age”.Anaesthesia, antibiotics, blood, saline, replacement joints, frames: none of these basics have been available in Yarmouk or the surrounding towns for almost a year. FULL STORY
Australian Federal Police officers and their Dutch counterparts collect human remains from the MH17 crash site in the self proclaimed Donetsk Republic, Ukraine on 2 August, 2014. Photo: Kate Geraghty
AS a 15-year volunteer firefighter, Nathan Rogers has faced and overcome many challenges.
Next month he will tackle arguably one of his biggest.
The father of three, who is stationed at Eaglehawk Fire Brigade, will be one of 400 firefighters from across Australasia to battle it out in the second annual Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb.
Eaglehawk CFA volunteer Nathan Rogers is preparing for the Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb on September 5. Picture: Emergency Services Photography – Emily Rogers
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