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  • Will surf life savers wear face masks, gloves this summer? September 17, 2020 2:44 pm Byron Shire News SURF life savers are starting beach patrols on Saturday, September 26 through to April 21 next year, but this summer they may have to do it wearing face masks and gloves. The 10 Far North Coast clubs getting ready are Fingal Rovers, Cudgen Hedland, …
  • Volunteers needed in Middlesbrough to help with post-lockdown journeys September 1, 2020 9:46 pm TeessideLive Following months of lockdown, September marks a significant time as students return to school and employees return to work. To ensure this process runs as smoothly as possible, a six week volunteering programme is due to launch. As covid-19 restrictions …
  • COVID marshal badges and hi-vis vests found online August 19, 2020 7:35 am The Advertiser Under the State Government’s rules, COVID marshals must be easily identifiable, and it seems savvy retailers have moved quickly to cash in.One Australian website is selling lime and orange hi-vis COVID safety vests, featuring a “marshal star,” for $25. …
  • Seven-year-old boy polices drivers sp... July 30, 2020 8:53 pm Express and Star A seven-year-old boy whose cat was killed by a car outside his home has been busy policing drivers by giving them a “stern glare”. Harry Cannell, from Mattishall Norfolk, keeps an eye on traffic going past his home — waving at those going the correct speed …
  • Police urge responsible tourism after littering and illegal parking along coast and Broads June 27, 2020 12:49 pm Norwich Evening News PUBLISHED: 12:04 27 June 2020 | UPDATED: 12:04 27 June 2020 Sarah Burgess Bags of rubbish left at Horstead Mill after one of the hottest days of the year on Wednesday, June 24. Photo: Broads Beat/ Norfolk Police via Twitter Archant Police have reminded …
  • This farmer gives neighbourhood walkers hi-vis vests for road safety June 20, 2020 12:03 am ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Launceston farmer Ian Farquher has found a unique way to help people out during pandemic-induced isolation. Key points: Over the past three years, there have been between 123 and 183 road crashes involving pedestrians in Tasmania each year One farmer has …
  • Local businesses look forward to more customers as pandemic restrictions ease May 6, 2020 6:53 am Fox 40 - California SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg told FOX40 Tuesday that the city of Sacramento has led the nation in the lowest number of COVID-19 infections per capita. Steinberg said the city’s success fighting the pandemic will continue …
  • Paramedic sat on swing with body of suicide victim at his feet March 18, 2020 9:21 pm Metro Michal Szczytynski consistently failed to show empathy to his patients over a four-month period, The Health Care and Professions Tribunal Service heard (Picture: Google)A student paramedic used a children’s swing as a suicide victim’s body lay on the …
  • The mattress landfill crisis: how the race to bring us better beds led to a recycling nightmare February 12, 2020 6:47 am The Guardian Mike Scollick and Richard Allsopp are talking about the worst things they ever found in a mattress. “We had one where I think a dog had been lying on it, and the whole thing was just jumping with fleas,” Allsopp says, shuddering. No one would touch it, so …
  • Woking flats have unsafe cladding and residents fear it could 'go up like Grenfell' February 1, 2020 3:21 am SurreyLive A block of flats in Woking has unsafe cladding and marshals are patrolling the building 24 hours a day in case there is a fire, with residents fearing it could "go up like Grenfell". Southern Housing Group (SHG), which owns and manages Eastgate, …