Chiropractor Dean Carter looks forward to offering his service in the new location at Bunbury Plaza.BUNBURY chiropractor Dean Carter has moved his business to a new location at the Bunbury Plaza and is looking forward to meeting new patients in 2012.
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Dr Carter is a family chiropractor who is especially passionate about pregnancy care.

As a member of the International Chiropractic Paediatric Assoc-iation, Dr Carter believes that women who receive chiropractic care during pregnancy are more likely to establish pelvic balance which optimises the room a baby has for development.

Carter Chiropractic also offers safe chiropractic care to newborn babies.

Dr Carter said chiropractic care for babies can help relieve a range of problems including colic, reflux and poor sleeping.

Dr Carter also takes on a whole-body approach to chiropractic care.

The approach means that Dr Carter does not only examine the spine but other joints in the skeletal system.

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Battery World Franchisee Matt and Hayley Giles were delighted to win the Most Improved Store award at Battery World’s national conference.BUNBURY Battery World are celebrating after beating 77 stores from throughout Australia to win the retail group’s Most Improved Store award.
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Franchisee Matt Giles and Lawrie Walter were given the award at Battery World’s National Conference recently.

Mr Giles said the award was based on sales, store presentation, recycling program and a mystery shopper satisfaction of 95 per cent or over.

“We knew we were ticking boxes – because we have been working really hard with our customer community to really raise the bar when it comes to service,” he said.

“We really share this with our customers – it is a great win for Bunbury.”

At Battery World’s conference they held a charity auction and raised $55,000 for Camp Quality.

Mr Giles said it was a great event.

“We were thrilled to win an award and then to raise that much money for kids with cancer really capped the whole event,” he said.

Battery World general manager John Pascoe said he was proud of the efforts by the Bunbury team to improve their service.

“Consumers can get better bang for their buck when our franchisees show them how to get further life out of their existing electrical devices,” he said.

“We have become problem solvers showing them just how much they don’t need to spend and upgrade when their old phone or camera will do.”

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These signs were erected in December 2010 as frustrated residents waited for prepaid fencing and landscaping. THE Perth property developer who left dozens of frustrated Dalyellup residents in his wake was slammed in Parliament yesterday.
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Ironbridge Holdings owner Ian Wallace was called a crook for his dealings with property owners in Dalyellup suburb The Tuarts.

Financial statements lodged late last year with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission show that a $1.64 million dividend was paid to interests associated to the Wallace family in 2009, leaving the company in deficit.

This dividend was paid while furious Dalyellup customers waited for prepaid fencing and landscaping.

An economics and industry standing committee report was delivered yesterday and committee member Bill Johnston described Mr Wallace as a crook.

The Bunbury Mail reported in January last year that Dalyellup residents waiting for fencing and landscaping could not let their children play outside and lived in fear of intruders wandering through their yards at night.

More details to come.

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A FAST-MOVING and unpredictable bushfire is burning towards Jilley Road in Gelorup.
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Residents between Fowler Road, Ducane Road, Jilley Road and Railway Road in the Capel shire have been advised to keep up-to-date on the fire’s movements.

Ninety volunteer fire and rescue service, bush fire service and department of environment and conservation firefighters are on the scene.

They are using 24 firefighting appliances to stop the fire at Jilley Road.

Four fixed wing water bombers and three helicopters are assisting ground crews.

The fire started between Brookdale Road and South Western Highway and was reported about 12noon.

The cause of the fire is thought to be suspicious.

Motorists should avoid the area and be aware of fire and other emergency services personnel working on site.

Keep up to date at, call 1300 657 209 or listen to news bulletins.

People are asked to report any suspicious behaviour to Police Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Have you taken any photos of the blaze? Email your photos or information to [email protected]南京夜网

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HUMAN bones have been uncovered at a station property near the town of Nannup in the state’s South West region.
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Police have confirmed the remains are human and suspected of being male but it is unclear how old they are at this stage, but early reports suggest they have been there for some time.

Officers from the major crime unit, South West detectives and forensic team are attending the scene to examine the bones, which were discovered just before 4pm on Tuesday.

Sergeant Naomi Smith said the female caretaker of the Grange Road property, where horses are kept, found the bones in a shallow grave after the grass on the property had receded.

Sergeant Smith said the woman told police she had never seen the bones before.

Nannup was thrown into the spotlight following the mysterious disappearance of a young family and their male lodger.

Nannup mother Chantelle McDougall, 30, and her six-year-old daughter Leela went missing in October 2007, together with Ms McDougall’s partner Gary Feldman, 45, and friend Antonio Popic, 40.

Mr Feldman was only ever known in Australia as Simon Kadwell, a false alias he picked up from England before emigrating in 2000. He was also Leela’s father.

Since their disappearance, he has been linked to a sect based on a doomsday book called Servers of the Divine Plan, which calls on “servers” to take up their positions on Earth before the world’s imminent end and rebirth.

The family and their lodger, Mr Popic, who lived in a caravan on their South-West property, mysteriously vanished, leaving behind wallets, credit cards and dirty plates on the table.

The last suspected sighting was at a Busselton car yard north of Nannup heading towards Perth, where Ms McDougall’s car was sold for $4000. The money to this day remains untouched in her bank account.

Ms McDougall’s parents, Jim and Cathy McDougall, have not given up hope of finding their daughter and granddaughter safe and well, but remain convinced it was Mr Feldman who persuaded them to disappear.

The matter has perplexed police, with the Australian Federal Police trying to re-ignite new leads into the case by giving the mystery international exposure last year through the global missing children network, which has 19 member countries.

Scotland Yard and US authorities have also been notified about the missing family, with AFP Missing Persons Co-ordination Centre team leader Rebecca Kotz saying: “This case is so baffling to police because there are no leads.”

WA police are expected to go through missing person files for the region as part of the investigation, however they have downplayed a possible link to either Mr Popic or Mr Feldman.

“There’s nothing to suggest that’s it related at this stage,” Sergeant Smith said.

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