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Residents are calling for funding to upgrade Daylesford Hospital as they watch other regional hospital projects get major election promises, including a $541-million redevelopment at Ballarat. Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed the Victorian government has no plans to fund the project ahead of the next election, on the day he toured the Ballarat Base Hospital upgrades.
It has been more than 20 years since the Daylesford Hospital was funded for significant upgrades, with ageing infrastructure creating big operation problems throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
It was Melbourne’s coldest morning in four years, but for the St Kilda Icebergs, it’s not the dip in near-freezing conditions that is the struggle — it’s getting out of bed. Actor and Icebergs swimmer Natasha Herbert said she got into the habit about two years ago, during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
“I was just doing it on my own and it was purely because all the theatres were closed — I had no work, I was anxious about that,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“I found to go in the cold water every day, it wiped all anxiety for me.
A truck driver who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison after ploughing his prime mover into four police officers on a Melbourne freeway has launched an appeal, telling Victoria’s highest court he has been treated too harshly. Mohinder Singh, 49, was ordered to spend 22 years behind bars over the deaths of Constables Glen Humphris and Joshua Prestney, Senior Constable Kevin King and Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor on the Eastern Freeway.
In April 2020, Leading Senior Constable Taylor and First Constable Humphris pulled over Melbourne man Richard Pusey for driving his Porsche at 149 kilometres per hour on the Eastern Freeway.