Shark Shield wins tech award

Joondalup Weekender - - News -

JOONDALUP’S Shark Shield has been recog­nised as one of WA’s high­est trend­ing start-up busi­nesses.

Last week, it re­ceived the High­est Ranked Un­listed Start-up Award at the 2016 Tech­board Awards.

Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Lind­say Lyon said the award “re­moves all doubt What they’re say­ing IF you don’t have the ca­pac­ity to shrug off that kind of crit­i­cism and just say ... it goes with the ter­ri­tory, and just get on with the job, then you re­ally shouldn’t be in ju­di­cial of­fice. –Re­tir­ing High Court Chief Jus­tice Robert French on ABC Ra­dio on judges’ rul­ings – and the rea­sons for them – com­ing un­der pub­lic crit­i­cism about Shark Shield’s ef­fi­cacy”.

“It’s time for ev­ery­one to take per­sonal re­spon­si­bil­ity for their safety and go back to en­joy­ing their ocean ad­ven­tures,” he said.

Pic­tured is Shark Shield’s Hud­son Lyon ac­cept­ing the award from Ben Rohr, of Eve In­vest­ments. GOOD WEEK For 720 ABC an­nouncer Peter Bell, who fin­ishes up for Christ­mas this week as king of Perth break­fast ra­dio. For Angli­can Arch­bishop of Perth Roger Herft who re­signed af­ter stand­ing aside in Oc­to­ber and ad­mit­ting he let down sur­vivors of sex­ual abuse.

Bri­gadier Jonathan Thom­son and Alec Coles ex­am­ine the top se­cret man­ual.

Peter Bell BAD WEEK

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