WEEK IN RE­VIEW

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THURS­DAY

DRIV­ERS are urged to take more care on the road af­ter Queens­land Am­bu­lance Ser­vice re­spond to “eight to 10 mi­nor crashes” in the re­gion.

FRI­DAY

A BUND­ABERG woman is as­saulted and robbed at knife­point at her Thabeban home.

The 39-year-old woman an­swered a knock on the door about 2.50am, where she was con­fronted by a man hold­ing a knife.

SATUR­DAY

THE Duke and Duchess of Cam­bridge wel­come 3.7kg Princess Char­lotte El­iz­a­beth Diana into the world at 8.34am (UK time).

Her Royal High­ness Princess Char­lotte of Cam­bridge is Prince Wil­liam and Kate’s sec­ond child, af­ter Prince Ge­orge in 2013.

Princess Char­lotte is now fourth in line to the throne, push­ing Prince Harry to fifth.

SUN­DAY

FLOYD May­weather im­proved his record to 48-0 af­ter win­ning the so-called “Fight of the Cen­tury” against Manny Pac­quiao.

“Money” eased to a unan­i­mous victory to add the WBO wel­ter­weight ti­tle to the WBC and WBA ti­tles he al­ready owned.

Af­ter the fight May­weather said he would fight one more bout in Septem­ber then hang up the gloves, but has sug­gested he would fight Pac­quiao again.

MON­DAY

A GOLDEN cas­ket player who bought a Satur­day Gold Lotto en­try in Bund­aberg won di­vi­sion one in the week­end’s draw. The win­ner claimed the first di­vi­sion and other di­vi­sional prizes to­talling more than $1.4 mil­lion. The win­ner chose to re­main anony­mous.

TUES­DAY

THIR­TEEN locked-out Med­i­cal Direc­tor em­ploy­ees spent an­other day protest­ing out­side their work­place af­ter their em­ployer post­poned a meet­ing with union rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

The meet­ing forms part of an on­go­ing industrial dis­pute be­tween the com­pany that sup­plies pa­tient record soft­ware to gen­eral prac­ti­tion­ers and its em­ploy­ees over wages and con­di­tions. The dis­grun­tled em­ploy­ees or­gan­ised to protest out­side their work­place on April 20 but when the em­ployer found out, it locked work­ers out.

WED­NES­DAY

BRI­TISH trav­ellers Megan Chin­ery and Dan Judd shared their “night­mare” pick­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. It came af­ter ABC pro­gram Four Cor­ners put the spot­light on a lack of for­eign work­ers’ rights in Australia.

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

DI­VI­SION ONE: Jac­qui O’Don­nell, Jess Cause and Donna Fuernsinn cel­e­brate the Lotto win at East Bund­aberg News.

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