Rockhounding along the Black RiverMy husband LOVES to fish. I just LIKE to fish, which means I have some downtime while he’s trying to land the big one. When I’m surrounded by all that nature, I have to spend some time in pure appreciation. The service wasn’t great, out waiters all had a friendly but slightly vague air about them, as if they didn’t really know what they were doing. I felt sorry for any vegetarians as the hashbrowns were on a bed of greasy bacon. We were told where the hot food was and shown to a table, the couple next to us were given menus with no explanation, and the couple the other side of us were told they could order additional hot food from the menu but not given any menus.
If you look at the last few years, you notice a trend in computing focused on making things smaller and lighter. This trend gave us some extremely light laptops, but the cost of this feather light weight was a decrease in screen size and loss of functionality. Manufacturers didn’t have the space to include high powered processors and external ports.
A 19 year old Truganina man was arrested and charged in relation to home invasion and theft offences. Picture: Victoria PoliceSource:SuppliedPolice say the majority of those arrested were between 15 and 21 years old and detectives charged 34 offenders aged between 13 and 19 with more than 150 offences.A full count of how many youths were charged has not been released by Victoria Police.Several youths were remanded in custody last night while others were granted conditional bail.North West Metro Region Commander Tim Hansen said Operation Liege was established in July disrupt high harm, high impact youth offending and that gangs are absolutely behind the offending.from across the state have shared intelligence to identify a priority list of people wanted by police on outstanding warrants or for other matters and ensured they were brought into custody, Commander Hansen said.targeted through this operation are alleged to have committed offences which caused significant harm to victims and have a substantial impact on the broader community feelings of safety.An 18 year old Cranbourne West man was arrested and charged in relation to deception offences. Picture: Victoria PoliceSource:Suppliedcrimes include carjackings, aggravated burglaries, armed robbery and serious street robberies all horrendous crimes which leave a long lasting impact on victims.message to those committing these offences is clear: Police will find you, we will hold you to account and we will ensure you do not continue to inflict harm on the Victorian community.