Tickets completely sold out for Bunbury Groovin the Moo festival

Groovin the Moo attracts thousands from across the country to regional locations like Bunbury. UPDATE 1.30PM: Tickets for the Bunbury Groovin the Moo have now sold out completely.
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Benesse cafe on Victoria Street and the Bunbury Visitors Centre had the last remaining tickets after they sold out online this morning, but festival-goers snapped up the last ones around midday.

“Thanks to Bunbury and all the West Coast fans for continuing to support Groovin the Moo,” Cattleyard Promotions’ Stephen Halpin said.

“There’s always such a good vibe at this event and we’re excited about being in South West WA for the first weekend of the 2015 tour.”

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TICKETS to Bunbury’s Groovin the Moo festival haveofficially sold out online, so the only remaining tickets can be snatched up from the Bunbury Visitors Centre or Benesse cafe.

These venues will not take phone orders so you must physically attend to secure your ticket.

The visitors centre is located atOld Railway Station, Carmody Place and Benesse is at 83 Victoria Street.

The popular festival will land at Bunbury’s Hay Park on Sunday, April 26 this year.

The line-up includes A$AP FERG (USA) – BALL PARK MUSIC – BROODS (NZ) – CARMADA – CHARLI XCX (UK) – THE DELTA RIGGS – DMA’s – FLIGHT FACILITIES – HERMITUDE – HILLTOP HOODS – HOT DUB TIME MACHINE – MEG MAC – NORTHLANE – ONE DAY – PEACE (UK) – PEACHES (CAN) – THE PREATURES – RL GRIME (USA) – SAN CISCO – SASKWATCH – STICKY FINGERS – TKAY MAIDZA – WOLFMOTHER – YOU ME AT SIX (UK)

For more information go to gtm.net419论坛

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Team named for Blues opener

PREMIERS: The Blues will need to contend with a number of key absences on Saturday as they host Yass Roos for a rematch of last season’s grand final. Picture: Mark LoitertonTheBlues’ opening round clash against Yass tomorrow will see both sidesfield vastly different teams than thosethat met in theAFL Canberra division three 2014final.
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The big outs for the Bluesare Luke Webb, Stephen Chant,Sandy Maskell Knight andTim Hannan.

Scott Eulenstein, Luke Salter, Matt Leischkeand coach Chris Drum areunavailable tomorrow,Toby Johnston is recovering from injury, whilstJake Turner, Ben Crick, Aaron Lee, Andrew Bell, Jason Cronin and Tim Smeeth will debut.

Phil Bird has been elected captain following a sensational 2014, while Joel Pearson and Mick Knagge complete a fine leadership group.

Squad: Phil Bird,Joel Pearson, Mick Knagge, Ryan Miller, Luke Johnston, Tom Cronin, Ben Crick, Andrew Bell, Aaron Lee, Jason Cronin, Ryan Miller, Tim Smeeth, Jon England, Joel Annetts, Dale Burt, Scott Reid, Dylan McDermott, Jaryd Cook, Sam Baldock, David Garness,Hamish Basham.

Kick off2pmClarke Oval.

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BREAKING NEWS: Car found, cleaner charged with murder of Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott: A cleaner is expected to be charged with her murder. Photo: FacebookA SCHOOL cleaner has been charged with the murder ofmissing bride-to-be Stephanie Scottafter police allegedly found blood in a vehicle and a photograph on a phone of what is believed to be a burnt body.
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Police arrested Vincent Stanford, 24, a cleaner at Leeton High School, at a house on Maiden Avenue in Leeton, in the NSW Riverina, about 7.30pm on Wednesday, and took him to Leeton police station for questioning.

Police said on Thursday morning he was charged with the murder of Ms Scott, 26, a popular drama and English teacher from the school.

Mr Stanford is expected to appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.

Fairfax Media understands police have seized the phone that contains photographic evidence.

Police began to home in on Mr Stanford on Wednesday after allegedly finding holes in his alibi. When they questioned him they allegedly found a number of items linked to Ms Scott’s death.

A senior manager of the cleaning company that employs Mr Stanford said he had undergone standard criminal checks before he was employed.

Colin Joss & Co cleaning division manager Fleur Dooley said thesuspect had worked for the Albury based company since October 2014.

Ms Scott was last seen at the school on Easter Sunday, six days before she was due to marry her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley.

A NSW police spokeswoman said police had not found Ms Scott’s body. Her car, a red Mazda 3 sedan with registration BZ-19-CD, was spotted by a helicopter on Thursday morning in open fields about eight kilometres outside Leeton.

Police also are appealing for anyone who has seen an older model white Toyota Hilux space-cab two-wheel-drive, with a canopy over the back, travelling in Leeton or surrounding towns since Sunday, to contact them.

On Wednesday, Ms Scott’s sister, Robyn, told Fairfax Media that her sister was incredibly excited about her upcoming wedding, due to take place on Saturday in the central western NSW town of Eugowra.

More than 100 guests were due to attend the wedding, including family who had travelled from overseas.

“I spoke to her on that Saturday night, and she was over the moon, she was so excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon,” Robyn said.

Robyn said her sister had gone to Leeton High School on Easter Sunday morning to prepare lessons for a replacement teacher who would take over her English and drama classes while she was on honeymoon in Tahiti.

She said that, at 12.59pm on Easter Sunday, her sister sent an email to the bus company that was due to take wedding guests to the reception venue on Saturday. In the email, Ms Scott confirmed she had paid the final deposit into the bus company’s bank account.

That was Ms Scott’s last known action.

Police formed Strike ForceGundibri to investigate Ms Scott’s disappearance.

Police said that, on Wednesday night, officers attended a home on Maiden Avenue, where they spoke to two residents.

About 7.30pm, another resident of the home – a 24-year-old man – arrived at the property and was arrested and later charged with one count of murder.

Stephanie Scott: a man is expected to be charged with her murder.

Devastating news: Mayor

Paul Maytom, the mayor of Leeton Shire, said news of Ms Scott’s suspected murder was “absolutely devastating”.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” he said on Thursday.

“The last few days everyone’s been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened.

“I was not considering it would end up like this. We have a small community, most people know each other or know the families in our shire, and to have someone like Stephanie, who’s such a well-liked person, just about to be married next weekend … it’s just devastating.”

Cr Maytom said Ms Scott’s fiance had been “absolutely worried sick” since her disappearance.

Neighbours shocked

Neighbours on Maiden Avenue were shocked to discover police on their street after news of Ms Scott’s disappearance had overwhelmed the small town.

“You just don’t expect anything like this in this area,” said Janice Cameron, who has lived for 34 years next to the house were Mr Stanford was arrested.

“It is a very quietneighbourhood, we don’t have any trouble.”

Mrs Cameron said that Mr Stanford had moved into the area about a year ago, and that the resident in the house mostly kept to themselves.

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, described the accused’s household as “beautiful people”.

“They would always say hello in the street, just like everyone does when you live in a tiny town like ours.”

She said she was extremely surprised to learn that Mr Stanford had been arrested in connection with the murder.

– with Eryk Bagshaw SMH

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TBT: Goulburn sport shots, April 2005Photos

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BREAKING NEWS: Car found, cleaner charged with murder of Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott: A cleaner is expected to be charged with her murder. Photo: FacebookA SCHOOL cleaner has been charged with the murder ofmissing bride-to-be Stephanie Scottafter police allegedly found blood in a vehicle and a photograph on a phone of what is believed to be a burnt body.
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Police arrested Vincent Stanford, 24, a cleaner at Leeton High School, at a house on Maiden Avenue in Leeton, in the NSW Riverina, about 7.30pm on Wednesday, and took him to Leeton police station for questioning.

Police said on Thursday morning he was charged with the murder of Ms Scott, 26, a popular drama and English teacher from the school.

Mr Stanford is expected to appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.

Fairfax Media understands police have seized the phone that contains photographic evidence.

Police began to home in on Mr Stanford on Wednesday after allegedly finding holes in his alibi. When they questioned him they allegedly found a number of items linked to Ms Scott’s death.

A senior manager of the cleaning company that employs Mr Stanford said he had undergone standard criminal checks before he was employed.

Colin Joss & Co cleaning division manager Fleur Dooley said thesuspect had worked for the Albury based company since October 2014.

Ms Scott was last seen at the school on Easter Sunday, six days before she was due to marry her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley.

A NSW police spokeswoman said police had not found Ms Scott’s body. Her car, a red Mazda 3 sedan with registration BZ-19-CD, was spotted by a helicopter on Thursday morning in open fields about eight kilometres outside Leeton.

Police also are appealing for anyone who has seen an older model white Toyota Hilux space-cab two-wheel-drive, with a canopy over the back, travelling in Leeton or surrounding towns since Sunday, to contact them.

On Wednesday, Ms Scott’s sister, Robyn, told Fairfax Media that her sister was incredibly excited about her upcoming wedding, due to take place on Saturday in the central western NSW town of Eugowra.

More than 100 guests were due to attend the wedding, including family who had travelled from overseas.

“I spoke to her on that Saturday night, and she was over the moon, she was so excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon,” Robyn said.

Robyn said her sister had gone to Leeton High School on Easter Sunday morning to prepare lessons for a replacement teacher who would take over her English and drama classes while she was on honeymoon in Tahiti.

She said that, at 12.59pm on Easter Sunday, her sister sent an email to the bus company that was due to take wedding guests to the reception venue on Saturday. In the email, Ms Scott confirmed she had paid the final deposit into the bus company’s bank account.

That was Ms Scott’s last known action.

Police formed Strike ForceGundibri to investigate Ms Scott’s disappearance.

Police said that, on Wednesday night, officers attended a home on Maiden Avenue, where they spoke to two residents.

About 7.30pm, another resident of the home – a 24-year-old man – arrived at the property and was arrested and later charged with one count of murder.

Stephanie Scott: a man is expected to be charged with her murder.

Devastating news: Mayor

Paul Maytom, the mayor of Leeton Shire, said news of Ms Scott’s suspected murder was “absolutely devastating”.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” he said on Thursday.

“The last few days everyone’s been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened.

“I was not considering it would end up like this. We have a small community, most people know each other or know the families in our shire, and to have someone like Stephanie, who’s such a well-liked person, just about to be married next weekend … it’s just devastating.”

Cr Maytom said Ms Scott’s fiance had been “absolutely worried sick” since her disappearance.

Neighbours shocked

Neighbours on Maiden Avenue were shocked to discover police on their street after news of Ms Scott’s disappearance had overwhelmed the small town.

“You just don’t expect anything like this in this area,” said Janice Cameron, who has lived for 34 years next to the house were Mr Stanford was arrested.

“It is a very quietneighbourhood, we don’t have any trouble.”

Mrs Cameron said that Mr Stanford had moved into the area about a year ago, and that the resident in the house mostly kept to themselves.

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, described the accused’s household as “beautiful people”.

“They would always say hello in the street, just like everyone does when you live in a tiny town like ours.”

She said she was extremely surprised to learn that Mr Stanford had been arrested in connection with the murder.

– with Eryk Bagshaw SMH

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Gun it to Pitt Town this Sunday

Oakville firies are calling all petrolheads to their annual fundraiser. Picture: Geoff JonesIfyouare any sort of car or bike nut, hang your head in shame if you don’t make it to Oakville Rural Fire Brigade’s Car Show and Fun Day this Sunday, April 12 from 10am.
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There will be a huge line-up of cars from all eras, including off-road buggies and trucks, micro cars, motorcycles (Indian, Moto Guzzi, vintage Japanese) Morris Minors, Datsuns, Anglias, Prefects, Ford GTs, Holden HSV Clubs, Mustangs, Chevy classics, Dodges, Valiants, VWs, utes and buses.

Most of these vehicles and machines call the Hawkesbury or Nepean Valley home plus some from surrounding areas.

‘‘It’s the best chance to get a look at some pretty amazing toys locally in the one place,’’ organiser Ian Irons said. ‘‘This year we are expecting more later-model modified cars to make their presence felt.’’

Double-decker buses will take young and old for a ride into the past and there will be the chance for a ride on a trike as well.

The Car Show starts at 10am and the rides start at noon. Car judging starts around 1pm.

There will also be craft, curiosity and showbag stalls, fire-wise demonstrations, games and a big fundraising raffle and auction. Proceeds go towards the upkeep and running of the brigade.

The auction of donated goods will be at 2pm, with holidays, meat trays, car services, plants, books, paintings and framed photos. Kids can play all afternoon on the rides for $20 with family passes also available. The club is at 139 Old Pitt Town Road.

Call Ian on 0407 774 348.

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BREAKING NEWS: Car found, cleaner charged with murder of Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott: A cleaner is expected to be charged with her murder. Photo: FacebookA SCHOOL cleaner has been charged with the murder ofmissing bride-to-be Stephanie Scottafter police allegedly found blood in a vehicle and a photograph on a phone of what is believed to be a burnt body.
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Police arrested Vincent Stanford, 24, a cleaner at Leeton High School, at a house on Maiden Avenue in Leeton, in the NSW Riverina, about 7.30pm on Wednesday, and took him to Leeton police station for questioning.

Police said on Thursday morning he was charged with the murder of Ms Scott, 26, a popular drama and English teacher from the school.

Mr Stanford is expected to appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.

Fairfax Media understands police have seized the phone that contains photographic evidence.

Police began to home in on Mr Stanford on Wednesday after allegedly finding holes in his alibi. When they questioned him they allegedly found a number of items linked to Ms Scott’s death.

A senior manager of the cleaning company that employs Mr Stanford said he had undergone standard criminal checks before he was employed.

Colin Joss & Co cleaning division manager Fleur Dooley said thesuspect had worked for the Albury based company since October 2014.

Ms Scott was last seen at the school on Easter Sunday, six days before she was due to marry her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley.

A NSW police spokeswoman said police had not found Ms Scott’s body. Her car, a red Mazda 3 sedan with registration BZ-19-CD, was spotted by a helicopter on Thursday morning in open fields about eight kilometres outside Leeton.

Police also are appealing for anyone who has seen an older model white Toyota Hilux space-cab two-wheel-drive, with a canopy over the back, travelling in Leeton or surrounding towns since Sunday, to contact them.

On Wednesday, Ms Scott’s sister, Robyn, told Fairfax Media that her sister was incredibly excited about her upcoming wedding, due to take place on Saturday in the central western NSW town of Eugowra.

More than 100 guests were due to attend the wedding, including family who had travelled from overseas.

“I spoke to her on that Saturday night, and she was over the moon, she was so excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon,” Robyn said.

Robyn said her sister had gone to Leeton High School on Easter Sunday morning to prepare lessons for a replacement teacher who would take over her English and drama classes while she was on honeymoon in Tahiti.

She said that, at 12.59pm on Easter Sunday, her sister sent an email to the bus company that was due to take wedding guests to the reception venue on Saturday. In the email, Ms Scott confirmed she had paid the final deposit into the bus company’s bank account.

That was Ms Scott’s last known action.

Police formed Strike ForceGundibri to investigate Ms Scott’s disappearance.

Police said that, on Wednesday night, officers attended a home on Maiden Avenue, where they spoke to two residents.

About 7.30pm, another resident of the home – a 24-year-old man – arrived at the property and was arrested and later charged with one count of murder.

Stephanie Scott: a man is expected to be charged with her murder.

Devastating news: Mayor

Paul Maytom, the mayor of Leeton Shire, said news of Ms Scott’s suspected murder was “absolutely devastating”.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” he said on Thursday.

“The last few days everyone’s been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened.

“I was not considering it would end up like this. We have a small community, most people know each other or know the families in our shire, and to have someone like Stephanie, who’s such a well-liked person, just about to be married next weekend … it’s just devastating.”

Cr Maytom said Ms Scott’s fiance had been “absolutely worried sick” since her disappearance.

Neighbours shocked

Neighbours on Maiden Avenue were shocked to discover police on their street after news of Ms Scott’s disappearance had overwhelmed the small town.

“You just don’t expect anything like this in this area,” said Janice Cameron, who has lived for 34 years next to the house were Mr Stanford was arrested.

“It is a very quietneighbourhood, we don’t have any trouble.”

Mrs Cameron said that Mr Stanford had moved into the area about a year ago, and that the resident in the house mostly kept to themselves.

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, described the accused’s household as “beautiful people”.

“They would always say hello in the street, just like everyone does when you live in a tiny town like ours.”

She said she was extremely surprised to learn that Mr Stanford had been arrested in connection with the murder.

– with Eryk Bagshaw SMH

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Fishy Fringe Festival 2015PHOTOS

About 10,000 people attended Whyalla’s annual Fishy Fringe Festival at the weekend.
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Fishy Fringe Festival 2015 | PHOTOS Cooper Zimmermann.

Lucy Donnellan, Penny Murphy and Blake Donnellan.

Paula, Hamish and Emma Campbell.

Jordan Lynch, Rebekah Starkey and Gabby Rodda.

Shaylee and Bronwyn Hammond.

Kaden and Tyas Humphreys.

Michelle Martens and Anthony Sheely.

Carol and Robin Grillett.

(Back, from left) Desire holding Desmond, Tian, (front) Carl, Chrisbian-James and Erised Oosthuizen.

Tony Shaw and Krystyna Lesiak.

Jo, Katie and Simon Coppins.

Ryan, Evan, Emily and Corey Wilson.

Cohen Reid.

Bree Poddy, Gemma Todd and Madison Poddy.

Grace Gibson.

Katelyn Gibson.

Jasmine Gibson.

Jasmine Vadertuuk, Tahli Coad, Matika Kruger and Charli Gepp.

Grandpa Peter Munn with granddaughter Sami Maleki.

Bretty Nottle and Sophie Schroeder.

Stuart, Jayden, Tyrone and Keenan Wood.

Aimee Watson and Georgie Travis-Birch.

Dianne Allen and Rose Sandery.

Jaxon, Troy and Mitchell Harvey.

Josh, Tom and Lachie Siddall though their helicopter ride was awesome.

Trish Butler, James and Harper Zubrinich.

Swear by Safety team James Leevers, Lucy Pistinojevic, Ash Stiling, Lili Mu, Sarah Rudd, Natalie Ward and Aaron Thiele.

Ethan Woods signing the Swear by Safety oath.

Shae Hughes enjoying some fairy floss.

Zoe Sullivan, Shaniah Jurjevic and Hannah Ewbank.

Chase Hazeal.

Richard Andon with son Ashton Andon having fun on a quad bike.

Joseph Scharber, Aimee Scharber and Jett James.

The Australian Snapper Championship HQ.

All the fun of the Fishy Fringe Festival.

Amusements at the recent Fishy Fringe Festival.

(In no particular order) Kayla Potts, Lisa Usumaki, Esther Usumaki, Luisa Usumaki, Grace Usumaki, Hannah Millswood, Stephen Lim, Joshua Ferdinands and Lloyd Caddy.

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Local Amnesty Action Group to re-open this weekend

The Amnesty NSW Action group will re-launch this week with a training and information session for interested residents on Saturday.
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The group covers the Liverpool and Cabramatta areas and campaigns for human rights around the world.

Group Guru Amanda Atlee will re-open the group this weekend and hopes that there will be a solid turnouton the day.

“The power of Amnesty international lies in local communities and having individuals speaking out about human rights abuses,’’ she said.

‘‘The Liverpool Cabramatta group provides an opportunity for those in the area who are passionate about social justice issues to get together, raise awareness and create real

impact, both in their local area and throughout the world.”

The ‘Get Active’ session will be held on Saturday, April 11 at 170 George Street Liverpool at 10.30am.

To RSVP visit: http://bit.ly/1IIlzcN.

If you are interested in taking on a leadership role please email: [email protected]

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Greater access to health services: Ferguson

State Health Minister Michael Ferguson. Picture: Jason Hollister.More North-West patients than ever before will have access to specialist services close to home with the creation of one state-wide health system.
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There is absolutely no doubt that our current health system is broken, and North-West Tasmanians suffer from the many faults of the system more than most.

Our doctors, nurses, medical professionals and support staff do a fantastic job but they too fight against a system which simply does not support the best possible results for patients.

Dedicated and skilled North-West health professionals like Dr Deborah Hickling, Dr Marielle Ruigrok, senior surgeons working on the Coast and many others strongly believe in the need for building better services and have helped guide these reforms and what needs to be done.The Hodgman Liberal Government is committed to fixing the broken health system, and that is why the health White Paper exposure draft released this week has outlined a range of new specialist services to be delivered on the North-West.

Unlike previous attempts to change or reform health services on the North-West, the changes we propose will bring to the North-West a range of specialist services which are long overdue to be delivered locally.

Because of the addition to the North-West of specialist clinics, consultations and pre and post-operative care, as well as the dedicated elective surgery centre at the Mersey, we expect 1000 fewer patients every year will have to travel from the North-West to Launceston and Hobart to receive treatment.

This is because complex services that need to be centralised for safety reasons are those that are currently offered to very low numbers of people in the North-West. It is expected that around 400 people have these procedures in Burnie each year. On the other hand, there are around 1500 North-West patients who currently travel away from home for elective day surgery, consultations and pre and post-op care which could be delivered locally under these reforms.

Fewer people needing to travel away from the North-West for treatment means more resources to support those that do need to access complex services based in Launceston or Hobart. We certainly understand the importance of this support, particularly for pensioners and those less able to face these expenses. Over the next three months as the White Paper is finalised we will be working closely with stakeholders and the community, particularly people on the North-West, on strengthening patient transport and accommodation support.

There is a long list of services which we recommend can now be provided on the North-West.

It includes radiation therapy in Burnie for cancer patients, rheumatology, pain management, specialist geriatrics and neurology clinics with support from visiting specialists from the LGH and RHH. New services will be introduced at the Mersey, delivering new rehabilitation services, mental health services (including support for drug and alcohol dependencies), geriatric services, and palliative care.

Additionally, the Mersey Community Hospital will become Tasmania’s dedicated Elective Day Surgery Centre, delivering a range of elective day surgeries, including some which are not currently available at all on the North-West, for patients from all around the state who currently are waiting far too long for treatment.

Where the Mersey Community Hospital has for many years operated as a local hospital with ongoing uncertainty about its future, the Exposure Draft of the White Paper spells out a clear and important long-term role for it in the statewide health system.

Every day in Tasmania around 12 patients have their elective surgery procedure cancelled. With the Mersey having a dedicated focus on elective day surgery cases, we willreduce these occurrences, which will both reduce patients’ frustration and unnecessary travel time and costs, and help to bring down the unacceptable elective surgery waiting lists in Tasmania.

Naturally, there has been a lot of interest in the complex surgical services which the Exposure Draft of the White Paper proposes should only be provided from the Launceston General Hospital or Royal Hobart Hospital.

Evidence shows that, for many high complexity services, outcomes are better when larger volumes of service are provided – that is, if it is done more often, the quality and efficiency of the service improves.

We certainly don’t believe it is in the interests of patients in any regional area of Tasmania to be booked in for complex surgery at the nearest hospital, if we know that surgery is performed more safely and with better chance of success at a larger hospital.

Therefore a small range of highly complex surgical procedures such as complex ear, nose and throat surgery (eg. complex throat cancer) and upper gastrointestinal surgery, which are currently being performed at the NWRH, will need to occur at a higher level facility. We cannot ignore the clear evidence that surgeries of that complexity should not be carried out at the low volumes which occur at the NWRH.

In the consultation on the Green Paper which took place over summer, the feedback from patients and clinicians on the North West was pivotal in helping us understand the types of services which haven’t been available but are now proposed to be introduced.

As a state we can’t underestimate the importance of delivering on the changes proposed in the draft White Paper. In the coming weeks and months I will be travelling around the state continuing what is already the most open and honest conversation a Tasmanian government has ever had with the community about the flaws and shortcoming in our broken health system, and seeking Tasmanians’ input in determining how best to implement the decisions set out in the Exposure Draft.

I encourage all North-West Tasmanians to again participate in the consultation process around the White Paper so we can ensure that all Tasmanians have access to safer, better health services.

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