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Thai-style Red Curry of Mahi Mahi & Oyster Mushrooms

27/11/2018 Posted by admin

Recipe from sydneyfishmarket南京夜网.au/seafood-school/Serves 6
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800g mahi mahi steaks, skin off1 tablespoon vegetable oil1 tablespoon coconut cream (see notes)1⁄2 cup red curry paste (see notes)100g oyster mushrooms, sliced1 cup coconut milk (see notes)1 teaspoon palm sugar1 tablespoon fish sauce1 lime, juiced3 kaffir lime leaves, very finely shredded (see notes)Steamed jasmine rice, to serve2 limes, cut into wedgesMethod

Cut fish into bite-sized chunks.

Heat a wok or large saucepan over a medium heat. Add the vegetable oil and coconut cream and stir for a minute. Add the curry paste and cook for a few minutes until oil rises to the top and it smells fragrant.

Add the fish and toss well to coat in the curry paste mixture, add mushrooms, coconut milk, palm sugar and fish sauce, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 3-5 minutes, until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork.

Stir the lime juice and most of the kaffir lime leaves through, garnish with remaining kaffir lime leaves and serve with steamed rice and lime wedges.

Notes: If time permits make your own coconut cream and milk, otherwise use a good brand of coconut milk (such as Ayam) and you should be able to use the thick coconut cream that settles at the top of the can to fry the curry paste. Use a good commercial curry paste such as Simon Johnson’s, Christine Manfield’s or Charmaine Solomon’s; if using an Asian curry paste, be aware that it may be stronger and you may need to reduce the quantity by up to half. Kaffir lime leaves are available from fruit and vegetable shops; they’re usually joined in pairs, 1 lime leaf equals 1 pair.

Alternative species: mackerel, morwong, striped marlin, tuna, yellowtail kingfish.

Recipe fromhttp://www.sydneyfishmarket南京夜网.au/seafood-school/

53kg python slithers in for yearly checkup

27/11/2018 Posted by admin

Monster the reticulated python weighed 53kg at her last check-up in 2017.At last check, Australia’s largest python in captivity Monster weighed in at 53 kilograms and measured 5.28 metres – but after a year on a goat diet, it’s time for her annual weigh-in.
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Monster will slither onto the scales at 10am on Thursday at the Australian Reptile Park for her yearly check-up.

Zookeepers will be on alert though, following an outing in December when Monster bit experienced reptile handler Jake Meney on the hand while he and others were carrying her to get some sun and fresh air.

“It was crazy, I had the longest species of snake hanging off my arm,” Mr Meney said at the time.

He has since recovered from his little “love bite”.

“She is a good snake, it was just that day was hot and pushing 40 degrees,” Mr Meney told AAP.

Reticulated pythons are so dangerous they have been known to swallow humans whole in their native southeast Asia when they take a bite before coiling around the victim’s neck and suffocating it.

In 2016, Akbar Salubiro, 25, was swallowed boots and all by a 158kg reticulated python while harvesting palm oil in Indonesia, however, Australian zookeepers say Monster is happy with her goat diet.

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Sydney’s new light rail delayed until 2020

27/11/2018 Posted by admin

NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance says Sydney’s light rail must meet a 2019 deadline.Sydney’s troubled light rail project is at least a year behind schedule, Transport Minister Andrew Constance has been told by the consortium building the project.
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The light rail running from the CBD to the eastern suburbs was meant to be finished in 2019 but AAP understands Mr Constance was advised by contractor ALTRAC on Thursday the new completion date was March 2020.

The news comes less than a week after the state government was taken to court by Spanish subcontractor Acciona, which is the firm building the $2.1 billion project.

Acciona has accused Transport for NSW in the NSW Supreme Court of engaging in “misleading or deceptive conduct” in relation to the contract.

The company wants another $1.1 billion from the government, which is fighting the claim.

The light rail was originally budgeted to cost $1.6 billion before a $500 million blowout.

Acciona’s new demands threatens to double the original cost.

Mr Constance on Thursday accused Acciona of playing games and said the government still wanted the light rail finished next year.

“We want to see it delivered in 2019 as per the project deed,” the minister told 2GB radio.

“It is vital that ALTRAC accelerate and get on with their program. We have businesses and residents being hurt by their actions and inactions.”

Opposition Leader Luke Foley says businesses along George Street are suffering the most.

“The people I’m concerned about are the small business people who are hitting the fence – their revenue is down 60 or 70 per cent or more,” Mr Foley told reporters.

The Labor leader said the government, in particular Mr Constance and Premier Gladys Berejiklian, was treating business owners as “collateral damage”.

Mr Foley said Mr Constance had handled the project badly but it was his predecessor as transport minister, Ms Berejiklian, who needed to accept overall responsibility.

“I feel a bit sorry for Andrew Constance, I mean, he’s got the hospital pass of this dud light rail project from the premier,” Mr Foley said.

“She has to explain what her plan is when it comes to light rail because it’s her baby, this project, and it’s a disastrous project.”

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Police appeal to find Hunter man Luciano Dos Santos Pedroso

27/11/2018 Posted by admin

MISSING: Luciano Dos Santos Pedroso. Picture: NSW PolicePOLICE are seeking public help to find a man missing from Duns Creek, north of Maitland, since Wednesday.
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Luciano Dos Santos Pedroso, 42, was last seen leaving Uffington Road about 10am in a white Toyota Hilux ute.

The vehicle had Queensland registration 494 WLY.

Police were notified when he did not return on Wednesday evening.

“There are serious concerns for the man’s welfare as he suffers from a medical condition and requires medication,” police said in a statement.

He is described as of South American appearance and about 170cm tall with medium-length straight brown hair, arm tattoos and half of his right index finger missing. Luciano was wearing a red flannelette shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone that sights Luciano or has any information on his whereabouts is urged to contact police or Crime Stoppers immediately on 1800 333 000.

Plan for a bright future

27/11/2018 Posted by admin

ADVICE: Sharlene Norris is a Financial Planner with Stateplus, one of Australia’s leading providers of financial planning.
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There’s been a great deal of talk in recent years about how much is enough for a comfortable retirement. It’s a long held view that financial planning is for the wealthy and only those with considerable assets can truly plan for an enjoyable retirement.

Sharlene Norris is a Financial Planner with StatePlus and suggests that securing financial comfort for our later years is available to everyone.

“Financial planning is appropriate for all people, irrelevant ofincome or assets. If a client can get their finances in order, wealth can be created over time,”

She suggests that a “little and often’ approach isthe best way to begin to plan for the future, advising that the earlier you start, the better.

“Generally I would encourage clients to seriously plan for retirement about 5 yrs out from their planned retirement date, however I would encourage people of all ages to start to consider saving for retirement much earlier,” she adds.

So if regular savings can set you on your way, why see a financial planner?

“Seeking advice from a professional means individuals can gain a deeper understanding of their financial and personal goals and how to achieve them, whilst becoming aware of opportunities to take advantage of now.

“ Issues such as how they want to spend their time in retirement, if they want to remain in their home, downsize, or make a tree change, form part of the discussion and the Financial Plan can then provide specific strategies to help meet the individuals goals or help provide alternative options.”

Norris says a reputable firm can be sourced via the Financial Planning Association website and check if a firm has a strong group of Certified Financial Planner practitioners on board. The key, she says is to take action,

“Generally the average Australian leaves the decision to start planning for retirement too late or is under the misconception that mandated superannuation contributions from their employer will provide them sufficient resources for retirement.

“Seeking advice can help them understand their current position and the possibilities or options that may put them in a better financial position could help provide a better quality of life in the future.”

“The average comfortable lifestyle requires an income of approximately $60,000 per annum. With life expectancies continuing to increase, individuals are having to ensure they have adequate resources at retirement or face the dilemma of working longer than anticipated or accepting a lower standard of living.”

Stateplus is a Newcastle based firm that provides advice for everyday Australians to reach their retirement goals. For a free of charge initial consultation contact: 4016 2203 or visit www.stateplus南京夜网.au

Darrell Eastlake has died

27/10/2018 Posted by admin

Sports broadcaster Darrell Eastlake has died, aged 75.
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He died on Thursday morningin a nursing home on the NSW Central Coast after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

Darrell Eastlake, in his prime.

Eastlake, who was intrinsically linked to Wide World of Sports, worked in television and radio for more than 40 years.

Fairfax commentator Peter Fitzsimmons was one of many colleagues who have paid tribute to Eastlake on social media.

He tweeted: “Long remembered for his State of Origin calls, and his outcries of “What a HUGE man,” during weight-lifting at Commonwealth Games. Feel privileged, to have worked with him. Vale.

Mr EastlakebattledAlzheimer’s disease and emphysema since 2010.

#BREAKING: Legendary sports announcer Darrell Eastlake has died aged 75. #9Newspic.twitter南京夜网/VFnuaWxdry

— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) April 18, 2018

Licence suspension calls as mining blast ‘billows over vineyards’

27/10/2018 Posted by admin

The cloud, which vignerons allege floated over farmland after a blast at Mount Thorley Warkworth on Friday. HUNTER vignerons are calling on the state government to investigate Yancoal’s Mount Thorley Warkworth mine, alleging acloud of orange dust floated over farmland in the region last week.
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Farmers said the orange dust was sparked by a blast at the mine shortly before midday on Friday, but the mine refutes suggestions it did not dissipate over mining areas.

Bainton Family Wines’ Antony Bainton said landholders had written to the Department of Planning seeking an investigation and a suspension of their licence until Yancoal demonstrates it can blast “without creating environmental harm”.

“This is not an isolated incident,” he said.

“These mines are huge and they are causing pollution that is damaging people’s health.

“The least the government could do is ensure they are complying with their licences. We need better protection.”

Broke vigneron Stewart Ewan said the Broke-Fordwich area lacked sufficient protection from mining.

“We get blanketed by pollution at times, and the land mapped five years ago as a critical industry cluster for our industry is not protected from expanding coal mines,” he said.

“The physical and economic damage caused by open cut mining remains a serious blight on our environment.

“The air quality in the Hunter over the summer and autumn has been terrible. We’ve been getting frequent alerts that it breaches the standard, but what’s being done to change it?”

A Yancoal spokesman said the blast was initiated at 11.51am and did create some dust due to the fact light, sandy dispersive soil was blasted.

“The subsequent plume was observed to cross the Putty road, where it then dissipated over the Mt Thorley and Bulga Mine areas,” the spokesman said.

“The Bulga mine was notified prior to the blast and confirmed dissipation occurred over their land.”

He said the company took its responsibility for managing blasts serious, monitored impacts and had a proven history of responsible environmental management.

“We refute the accusations related to the blast, as well as the deliberately inflammatory remarks made against our people regarding their respect for surrounding industries.”

Lock the Gate Alliance’s Georgina Woods said the group supported safeguards for the wineries.

“That means enforcing environmental conditions and ensuring our industry is safe from being gobbled up by expanding coal mines,” she said.


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Fatal house fire possibly murder-suicide

27/10/2018 Posted by admin

Police are investigating whether a fatal Brisbane fire was a double murder-suicide.A police investigation into a Brisbane house fire that claimed three lives has not ruled out the possibility of a double murder-suicide.
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Three bodies were removed from the Everton Hills home after an explosion and blaze that tore through the property on Tuesday morning.

Police have formally identified 53-year-old Graeme Thomson as one of those killed.

The Whitsunday SES volunteer was remembered by his colleagues as a “loving and caring man”.

“So hard to believe that his smile, his mad humour, and endless positive energy is no longer with us,” a tribute to Mr Thomson on the Whitsunday SES Facebook said.

“We are going to miss him on many levels. Rest in peace, Graeme.”

The two other people killed in the fire have been formally identified as Mr Thomson’s ex-wife Ros and his son Dylan.

According to reports Dylan is at the centre of the police investigation.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said the blaze was still being treated as suspicious, and investigators could not rule out the possibility of a double murder-suicide.

A woman named Shelly Thomson, believed to be Graeme and Ros’s daughter, posted a photo tribute to the family on Facebook.

A family member, Mark Thomson, commented on tribute, saying the trio would be sadly missed.

“Our family will stick together through these hard times,” he wrote.

Friends also offered their support to Shelly online.

“My heart is breaking for you Shell. Love you,” wrote Elysha Davis.

“Thinking of you and your family at this sad time,” wrote Judi Worrall.

What sparked the ferocious blaze remains a mystery, with neighbours telling police they heard a loud explosion and could smell fuel as the fire took hold.

Readers seeking support and information about suicide prevention can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467.

Australian Associated Press

Regional food producers among the very best

27/10/2018 Posted by admin

WIN: Elle Brown and Dylan Abdoo of Newcastle Greens. Picture: Simone De PeakTiliaris Lovedale Limes has been one of the Hunter Valley’s best-kept secrets –until now.
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Loved by chefs for their quality organic finger limes, the Rothbury business has just been named a state winner in the 2018delicious.Produce Awards.

Now in its13th year, thedelicious.Produce Awards shine the light on new and native products, as well as consistently outstanding producers who are often the unsung heroes behind great chefs and a great meal.

Theawards are a celebration of Australia’s ethical, sustainable and innovative ingredients and the passionate, talented people behind them, as nominated by the country’s top chefs and restaurateurs. There are four categories:Dairy,Paddock,SeaandEarth.

Newcastle Greens won anaward for its Calvin Lamborn Snap Green Varietals;Bungwahl’s Burraduc Farm for its Buffalo Mozzarella; and Little Hill Farm for its Pasture-Raised Joyce’s Heritage Gold Chicken. Merriwa’s Papanui Open Range Eggs got a nod and, a little further afield, so did Port Macquarie’s Near River Produce Pasture Raised Rare Breed Pork.

HAPPY: Kelly Eaton, of Little Hill Farm. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Troy Rhoades-Brown, of Pokolbin’s Muse Restaurant, was on the NSW judging panel alongside Darren Robertson (Three Blue Ducks, Bronte and The Farm at Byron Bay),James Viles (Biota Dining & Rooms),Monty Koludrovic (Icebergs Dining Room and Bar)andDanielle Alvarez (Fred’s).

The state winners’ produce will beblind-tasted by a national panel of judges who decide the overall category winners, revealed at a special event in Sydney on August 13.

“Each year our state judging panels sit around tables across the country and taste their way through hundreds of nominations, debating the most worthy winners for their state,” delicious.editor-in-chief Kerrie McCallum says.

“In 2018 we continue to celebrate new, innovative, native and consistently outstanding Australian ingredients grown, caught, sourced or produced with dedication, passion, knowledge and regard for the environment.”

NSW judge Darren Robertson: “I was really happy to join the NSW state judging this year. I have long been an admirer of thedelicious.Produce Awards and the work they do in highlighting the important role our producers play in making the Australian food industry the world-leading industry it is. We tasted some incredible cheeses, new vegies with so much flavour and amazing seafood too.”

Plastic straws, cotton buds face UK bans

27/10/2018 Posted by admin

British Prime Minister Theresa May wants single use plastic items banned in the UK by 2024.Britain plans to ban the sale of plastic straws and other single use products and is pressing Commonwealth allies to also take action to tackle marine waste, the office of Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May said.
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It said drink stirrers and cotton buds would also be banned under the plans.

May has pledged to eradicate avoidable plastic waste by 2042 as part of a “national plan of action”.

“Plastic waste is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing the world, which is why protecting the marine environment is central to our agenda at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting,” May said in a statement ahead of a Commonwealth summit on Thursday.

Leaders from the Commonwealth – a network of 53 countries, mostly former British colonies, including Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull – are meeting in London this week.

May is looking to deepen ties to the Commonwealth as Britain seeks to boost trade and carve out a new role in the world ahead of the country’s departure from the European Union in March next year.

Britain will commit 61.4 million pounds ($A112 million) at the summit to develop new ways of tackling plastic waste and help Commonwealth countries limit how much plastic ends up in the ocean.

“We are rallying Commonwealth countries to join us in the fight against marine plastic,” May said.

“Together we can effect real change so that future generations can enjoy a natural environment that is healthier than we currently find it.”

The statement said environment minister Michael Gove would launch a consultation later this year into the plan to ban the plastic items. It gave no details who the consultation would be with.

Australian Associated Press