WEEK IN RE­VIEW

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THURS­DAY

MORE than 60 peo­ple turned out to wel­come the steam train com­mem­o­rat­ing the 100-year an­niver­sary of An­zac.

FRI­DAY

THREE fe­male cot­ton-top tamarins are un­veiled at Alexan­dra Park Zoo.

The trio made the trip from Perth Zoo on Thurs­day, and live in a cus­tom-built en­clo­sure.

SATUR­DAY

A RECORD crowd of up to 10,000 peo­ple lined the es­planade at Bar­gara for the An­zac Day Dawn Ser­vice.

SUN­DAY

THE Dog Squad was used to find three peo­ple hid­ing in a storm drain af­ter one of them al­legedly punched and robbed a man in the Bund­aberg CBD.

Crim­i­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tion Branch De­tec­tive Sergeant An­drew Self said a 28-year-old man was “king-hit” while walk­ing near the li­brary on Woon­dooma St about 3.30am.

MON­DAY

HEALTH star rat­ings will soon be dis­played across the ma­jor­ity of break­fast ce­re­als as Kellogg’s an­nounces it will pro­vide the rat­ings on its 37 prod­ucts.

While As­sis­tant Min­is­ter for Health Fiona Nash wel­comed the news, di­eti­cians, in­clud­ing Bund­aberg’s Fiona Gra­ham, have reser­va­tions about the new sys­tem.

“I’ve looked on the DAA (Di­etet­ics As­so­ci­a­tion of Australia) web­site, and they also have some reser­va­tions about it not be­ing the magic bul­let for deal­ing with the big­ger health is­sue of obe­sity,” Ms Gra­ham said.

TUES­DAY

AGNES Wa­ter West­pac cus­tomers fear they will be left with limited bank­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties af­ter West­pac an­nounced its in-store branch, at the town’s newsagency, would move its ser­vices to the post of­fice.

But West­pac has as­sured cus­tomers it would help each and ev­ery cus­tomer tran­si­tion and pro­vide high-level so­lu­tions well be­fore the changes come into ef­fect on Oc­to­ber 31.

WED­NES­DAY

BALI Nine ring­leaders An­drew Chan and Myu­ran Suku­maran are ex­e­cuted in In­done­sia.

Read Matthew McIn­er­ney’s ed­i­to­rial on page six, and tell us what you think at matthew. mcin­er­ney@apn.com.au.

PHOTO: MAX FLEET

MONKEY BUSI­NESS: Three crit­i­cally en­dan­gered fe­male cot­ton-top tamarins are now the star at­trac­tions at Alexan­dra Park Zoo.

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