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Is Western Australia ready for a COVID-19 outbreak? – Australia Vast

  • If there is a COVID-19 outbreak in regional WA – what occurs? It is one thing specialists have given quite a lot of thought to. Kimberley reporter Jacquie Lynch seemed on the challenges of residing in regional WA if an outbreak have been to happen, and what’s being executed confront these challenges.
    Visitor/Audio: President of the Rural Docs Affiliation, Brittney Wicksteed. Kalumburu Clinic nurse, Dave Corstorphan. WA Well being Minister, Roger Prepare dinner.

  • It isn’t simple turning into the one police officer in a small city throughout a lockdown. In a job the place instantly making your self obtainable and visual to the group is paramount, being pressured to remain inside and unable to take part in native actions like sports activities matches are main obstacles. Now add to that the very fact you are changing a much-loved native who died in a street accident lower than a yr in the past. That is what the final month has seemed like for Barry Choose, a 30-year veteran of Victoria Police and the brand new Main Senior Constable of Sea Lake, northwest Victoria.
    Visitor/Audio: Senior Constable, Barry Choose.

  • The vacationer space round Margaret River in WA is known for it is good wine and nice surf. When author, musician and reporter Sam Carmody began trying into his household background within the area, he chanced on a little-known historical past of violence. What he came upon has implications not only for his household, however for your complete area – the place his ancestors have a statue of their honour, a freeway and even a city named after them. A warning for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners — this story accommodates the names of people that have died.
    Visitor/Audio: Sam’s sister-in-law Holii. Historian, Dr Chris Owen. Creator, Claire G Coleman. American historian, Warren Bert Kimberley. Wadandi elder, Wayne Webb. Wayne’s son, Zac. Shire president, Michael Southwell.

  • This week marks a yr since residents in a small city in outback Queensland have been woken far too early by telephone calls with devastating information, their beloved roadhouse was on fireplace. By 4:00am the entire city of Bedourie within the state’s far-west, had rushed to the Simpson Desert Oasis, to try to struggle the blaze, however the 600 diploma flames could not be tamed. Because of a household of volunteers from all components of the nation – some coming from far as Phillip Island off Victoria, the roadhouse is again on its toes, larger and higher than earlier than.
    Visitor/Audio: Proprietor of the Simpson Desert Oasis roadhouse, Robbie Dare. Supervisor, Doug Cooms. Sandringham station supervisor, Greg “Woody” Woods.