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Federal Health Minister Tanya Plibersek has called on the NSW government to increase its spending on hospitals to ensure vital treatments aren’t placed on hold to meet budgets.
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On Friday Fairfax Media revealed a surgeon at the only hospital in the state to perform a specialist lifesaving cancer operation was told to stop for the next 33 days to make budget.

There are already 42 people on the waiting list for the peritonectomy operation at St George Hospital, with 20 waiting longer than is clinically recommended.

Minister Plibersek said she was “extremely concerned” to hear the surgery had been put on hold.

“To hear that life-saving operations have been put on hold for budget reasons is a huge concern,” she said. “We know that $3 billion was cut from the New South Wales health system at the last budget, I think it’s critical that the New South Wales Government restore funding to ensure that vital operations can be carried out.”

The state government maintains it has only cut $775 million from the health system – with the rest of the money coming from “efficiency savings”.

But Ms Plibersek said more patients would end up waiting longer for vital treatment unless the funding was reinstated.

“You can’t cut health funding and not affect frontline services,” she said.

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A MAN and woman have suffered multiple injuries after crashing their motorcycle at Milbrodale on Friday.
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A Hunter Westpac Rescue Helicopter spokesman said it appeared the couple had come off Milbrodale Road about 1.50pm.

The man, 52, and woman, 49, were on the same bike, the spokesman said.

They both suffered multiple injuries including possible spinal injuries, fractures and lacerations, he said.

The couple have been flown to John Hunter Hospital in a serious but stable condition.


SEX crimes police have charged a Maryland man with child procurement offences after a lengthy online investigation.
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Detectives attached to the Sex Crime Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit (CEIU) began investigating after receiving information that a man had allegedly attempted to obtain photographs and the details of teenage girls online.

In recent months, a detective, who was posing as a teenage girl, allegedly had a number of online and text message conversations with a man.

Police will allege many of the communications were of a sexual nature.

Detectives arrested a man, 44, at his work in Newcastle West about 10am on Friday.

A search warrant was also executed at his home at Maryland and a storage unit at Sandgate where police seized computers, a mobile phone and electronic storage devices.

He was taken to Waratah police station and charged with using a carriage service to procure persons under 16 years of age, using a carriage service to transmit indecent material and produce, disseminate or possess child abuse material.

The man was granted conditional bail to appear at Newcastle Local Court in June.

Please enable Javascript to watch this video Police from the Sex Crimes Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit arrested a Maryland man this morning. He was charged with child procurement. Picture courtesy NSW Police

Police from the Sex Crimes Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit arrested a Maryland man this morning. He was charged with child procurement. Picture courtesy NSW Police

Police from the Sex Crimes Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit arrested a Maryland man this morning. He was charged with child procurement. Picture courtesy NSW Police


Source: Daily Advertiser
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Andtwo other fines nearly23 yearsold havealso gone unpaid, raising questions about what needs to be done to make peoplecough up, and how many millions of dollars in fines are going uncollected by people thumbing their noses at enforcement orders.

A water-damaged letter sent to a Tolland man demanding he pay thefour fines was foundlying in the street this week by a reader ofThe Daily Advertiser.

The letter from the State Debt Recovery Office (SDRO), dated February 27, tells the man he has an overdue enforcement order for unpaid fines and hasseven daysto dosomething about it – either pay up or discuss other options.

It is not known how the letter came to be on the street.

It said the strategies had increased its abilities to track people down who owed fines, particularly those overdue for some time.

There is no statutory limitation period for OSR to recover fines.

“Once enforced, OSR can continue to take enforcement action to recover the fine indefinitely until it is paid or otherwise finalised,” a spokesman said.

Jailing people for not paying fines is not an option in NSW.

It was dropped after the bashing of jailed parking fine defaulter Jamie Partlic, a teenager who was in a coma forsix monthsafter beingattacked by another prisoner at Long Bay jail in 1987.

Usually, if a person does not pay a fine their driving licence and vehicle registration can be cancelled.

Ultimately, they can be sent to jail if repeatedly caught driving without a licence.

Other measures to recover debt include garnisheeing wages or bank accounts.

Fine defaulters can work off their fines by performing community service, undertaking medical or mental health programs or completing courses.

FINE: The water-damaged letter from State Debt Recovery Office.


A teacher at a school in Sydney’s inner west has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting one of his 12-year-old students, police say.
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Police allege the 31-year-old teacher befriended the boy at school and assaulted him on a number of occasions between January and December last year.

The teacher took himself to Bankstown Police Station just before 2pm on Thursday and was arrested by detectives attached to the Child Abuse Squad.

He was questioned and charged with one count of aggravated sexual assault and two counts of aggravated indecent assault with a person under the age of 16.

He appeared at Bankstown Local Court on Friday, and was refused bail to reappear at Central Local Court on June 13.

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