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  1. The Pom Queen

    Rottweilers Stolen in Victoria

    TWO pedigree Rottweilers, one carrying a litter of puppies, worth a combined total of $20,000 have been stolen from a property in regional Victoria. The owner of the dogs believe they were taken from the rural property in Bullengarook between 5.30am (AEST) and 8pm yesterday. Police say one of the dogs is expected to give birth to eight pups within the next week and requires urgent veterinary attention.
  2. Hello Ozzie pet-lovers Last week Our Thomas, a piebald gypsy cob, vanished from Glenworth Valley agistment in Sydney, NSW. Our Thomas and his owners only moved to Australia two months ago. He is a very distinctive horse, with one blue and one brown eye, as well as having a hogged mane and feathers, and a brand. His owners are desperate to find him, so please, please keep your eyes and ears open, and if you have any information, pass it on. Contact details on following YouTube and FaceBook links. YouTube - MISSING/STOLEN HORSE Gypsy Cob "Our Thomas" Missing Our Thomas | Facebook Thanks for reading this.
  3. heyyu

    stolen post

    Member Group: Members Posts: 25 Joined: 18-February 10 From: Durbanville, ZA Member No.: 14,174 SA Location: Cape Town Durbanville Language: English A Northern Territories (Oz) farm-hand radio's back to the farm manager: 'Boss, I got one helluva problem here... I hit a ruddy pig with the truck. The pig seems OK, but he's stuck in the roo-bars on the front and is wriggling and squealing so bloody much, I can't get him out.' The manager says,'Ok, there's a 303 Rifle behind the seat in the rack, just shoot the pig and you'll be able to remove it.' Five minutes later the farm hand calls back, 'I did what you said Boss. Took the gun, shot the pig in the head and removed him from the bull-bars. No problem there, but I still can't move the truck.' 'So what's the f**king problem now mate?' raged the Manager. 'Well boss, it's his motor-bike.... it's stuck under the wheel arch and the bloody blue light wont stop flashing....... 'ullo - you still there Boss?' :biggrin:
  4. Guest

    Stolen Generation Poll

    "We apologise for the laws and policies of successive parliaments and governments that have inflicted profound grief, suffering and loss on these our fellow Australians," the apology says. "We apologise especially for the removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families, their communities and their country. "For the pain, suffering and hurt of these stolen generations, their descendants and for their families left behind, we say sorry. "To the mothers and the fathers, the brothers and the sisters, for the breaking up of families and communities, we say sorry. "And for the indignity and degradation thus inflicted on a proud people and a proud culture, we say sorry." The apology says a new page in Australia's history can now be written. "We today take this first step by acknowledging the past and laying claim to a future that embraces all Australians," it says. "A future where this Parliament resolves that the injustices of the past must never, never happen again. "A future where we harness the determination of all Australians, indigenous and non-indigenous, to close the gap that lies between us in life expectancy, educational achievement and economic opportunity. "A future where we embrace the possibility of new solutions to enduring problems where old approaches have failed. "A future based on mutual respect, mutual resolve and mutual responsibility. "A future where all Australians, whatever their origins, are truly equal partners, with equal opportunities and with an equal stake in shaping the next chapter in the history of this great country, Australia." The opposition on Tuesday accused the Rudd government of being incompetent for not releasing the wording of the apology sooner. "This is a government which hasn't really done its homework properly," coalition indigenous affairs spokesman Tony Abbott told reporters. "For months if not years, they said they wanted our country to apologise," he said. "They've been consulting for weeks if not months. A competent government would have finalised at least draft words before now."
  5. Guest

    Page out of passport stolen

    Hi, My borther has had the main page of his passport stolen out of his passport. He thinks this may have happened when he was asked for ID in a Perth night club. They took the document away to be scanned, gave it back, then a few days later he noticed the photo page had been carefully cut out. Has this happened to anyone else? His (second year) visa will expire in less than two weeks and he was then planning to travel onto SE Asia, however, I guess now he could be sent back to the UK on an emergency passport? He is in the middle of a 10 day tour Perth to Broome so has little phone signal to try to sort things out, plus, most of the official offices are of course closed until Monday. If any of this sound familiar, please get in touch, or if anyone can offer any advice we would be very grateful. With thanks.
  6. peggy

    Warning Stolen Identity.

    :policeman:We left good old UK in may 07 so have been in oz since then. Got a phone call from my mother in law on sunday ( i had all our mail sent to them ie told the bank there address and all the the other ppl like elec,dvla etc ). It seems that someone has stolen my identity in the Uk from our old address, my mother in law got a letter sent to her from goldfish the credit card ppl about my recent application for a credit card.And could i supply them with more info. Well i have never applied for one and have never been with goldfish so it looks like one of them stupid flyers got sent to our old address in the uk and someone has used it.:arghh: I am now in the process of chasing down experia the credit card ppl to find if any other cards have been applied for and if they have been issued to try and sort it out. So just be aware people. Peggy (with a one armed tan from driving round to much.