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January 6, 2016 6:46am
Source : NT News
January 11, 2016 8:30am
Source : Adelaide Now
January 11, 2016 – 4:08PM
Motorists flashed by a speed camera as they evacuated Harvey will not get a ticket in the post, according to WA Police.
Drivers expressed their disappointment at police on social media for what they believed was a multanova set up just outside Harvey as they evacuated towards Bunbury on Saturday.
WA police spokesperson Samuel Dinnison, however, said this was not the case.
He said the flash they noticed was from a number plate recognition camera set up to help police identify which people had evacuated town.
“It definitely wasn’t a speed camera,” Mr Dinnison told Radio 6PR.
“Police had some concerns regarding the evacuation from Harvey townsite as the population is a lot larger than Yarloop and we were worried we wouldn’t necessarily be able to record all the details of people leaving town.
“So what we did was set up an automatic number recognition camera which records the number plates of all the vehicles that go past.
“This is the same technology as the cameras built in to our traffic enforcement group vehicles”
Harvey residents were ordered to evacuate after a bushfire that killed two men, destroyed at least 143 properties and flattened the town of Yarloop, came dangerously close to the town on Saturday.
Mr Dinnison said police were responsible for finding anyone who’s missing or unaccounted for after a fire and the NPR camera gave them another way to identify which people had left town.
“This was another way for us to record that data, to help us let families know much quicker if someone was, or wasn’t still in the townsite.
He said it would have been easy for drivers to make the mistake of thinking the NPR camera was a multanova as they look similar.
“If you were in a bit of a panic, and you’re leaving town and you see it set up on the side of the road, you may make the mistake and presume it’s a speed camera.
But, it definitely wasn’t – the camera was to help us identify people leaving town in an emergency,” he said.
Mr Dinnison said speeding in a fire situation would create an extra amount of danger, especially with emergency vehicles likely to be headed in the opposite direction.
“We wouldn’t get away with setting up a speed camera situation like that and we would never do that.
“But, the NPR camera could potentially help us deliver some good news to someone,” he said.
There was some confusions for drivers on Monday as police set up a multanova on South Western Highway in Waterloo, on the road between Harvey and Bunbury, this morning.
A reporter from Nine News Perth tweeted photos of a speed camera on South Western Highway on Monday, questioning the police’s statement to Radio 6PR.
However, a police spokeswoman said this multanova had been set up after the bushfire threat had been downgraded and was completely unrelated to the automatic number plate recognition camera. She said it was also set up much further south Harvey – not on a direct evacuation route.
A post on the South West District – WA Police page confirmed South Western Highway, Waterloo, as a multanova location for Monday.
The speed camera had been placed on South Western Highway on the day when Harvey and Waroona residents have been allowed to return to their homes.
Source : WA Today
The nomination is Maclaren’s second in two seasons after he was named the April nominee for the 2014/15 Award while playing for Perth Glory.
Maclaren, who is currently with the Olyroos squad in Doha ahead of the Olympic qualifiers, was proud to be named the December nominee for the Hyundai A-League, NAB Young Footballer of the Year 2015/16 Award.
“There are some great players who have won this award in the past, and two of the guys in this Olyroos squad were nominated in the past two months so it’s great to be the nominee for December,” said Maclaren.
“I’ve got a coach that backs me and believes in what I can do and we’re sitting at the top of the table at the moment which is great, but right now my focus is on trying to help the Olyroos qualify for Rio.”
Maclaren is the third player, and second from Brisbane Roar, to be nominated for the Hyundai A-League, NAB Young Footballer of the Year 2015/16 Award, joining team mate Brandon Borrello (October nominee) and Sydney FC left back Alex Gersbach (November nominee).
The Hyundai A-League NAB Young Footballer of the Year 2015/16 will be announced at the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League 2015/16 Awards Night on Tuesday 26 April 2016.
Mr Steve Shaw Retail General Manager, Victoria and Tasmania said he is delighted to see the NAB Young Footballer of the Year Award continue to unearth the stars of tomorrow.
“We congratulate Jamie on his nomination and look forward to watching his development and growth on the football field in the years to come,” said Mr Shaw.
“We are also pleased to recognise Jamie‘s junior club, Green Gully Soccer Club (Victoria), and hope that our support will help the club to continue developing the game at a local grassroots level.”
NAB has generously donated a $1,500 equipment pack and $1,000 in a NAB Community Saver Account to Jamie’s nominated junior club.
The overall winner of the Hyundai A-League, NAB Young Footballer of the Year 2015/16 Award will receive a $10,000 personal investment portfolio, along with a NAB Private Client Manager to assist with a range of banking and financial services.
“As a supporter of the NAB Young Footballer of the Year Award, we are proud to play an important role in identifying and rewarding the future stars of the game. Who knows, we may even see some of the nominees donning the boots for the Socceroos in the future,” Mr Shaw continued.
Each month representatives from the FFA Technical department vote on a 3-2-1 basis for the most outstanding U-23 players in the Hyundai A-League during that period.
Football Federation Australia
Chris Ikonomodis was prevented from joining Australia’s selection by Italian club SS Lazio and has been replaced by Western Sydney Wanderers forward Jaushua Sotirio.
Goalkeeper Paul Izzo was released from camp due to ongoing management of a knee injury and has been replaced by Adelaide United custodian John Hall.
Thursday, 14 January
Australia v United Arab Emirates
Grand Hamad Stadium, Doha
Kick off 7.30pm (Friday, 15 January, 3.30am AEDT)
Sunday, 17 January
Vietnam v Australia
Grand Hamad Stadium, Doha
Kick off 4.30pm (Monday, 18 January, 12.30am AEDT)
Wednesday, 20 January
Jordan v Australia
Suheim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha
Kick off 7.30pm (Thursday, 21 January, 3.30am AEDT)
|Mustafa Amini||Randers FC, Denmark|
|Terry Antonis||PAOK, Greece|
|Brandon Borrello||Brisbane Roar, Australia|
|Joshua Brillante||Calcio Como, Italy|
|Cameron Burgess||Fulham FC, England|
|Thomas Deng||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|James Donachie||Brisbane Roar, Australia|
|Jack Duncan (gk)||Randers FC, Denmark|
|Ryan Edwards||Partick Thistle, Scotland|
|Giancarlo Gallifuoco||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|Scott Galloway||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|Jason Geria||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|Alex Gersbach||Sydney FC, Australia|
|John Hall (gk)||Adelaide United, Australia|
|Andrew Hoole||Sydney FC, Australia|
|Aaron Lennox (gk)||Kilmarnock FC, Scotland|
|Jamie Maclaren||Brisbane Roar, Australia|
|Stefan Mauk||Melbourne City FC, Australia|
|Brandon O’Neill||Sydney FC, Australia|
|Connor Pain||Melbourne Victory, Australia|
|Jaushua Sotirio||Western Sydney Wanderers, Australia|
|Adam Taggart||Fulham FC, England|
|Steven Ugarkovic||Newcastle Jets, Australia|
Football Federation Australia
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A migração das rádios AM para FM vai começar a acontecer ao longo deste ano. Já foi determinado que 948 emissoras estarão autorizadas a fazer este processo, de acordo com publicação do portal Comunique-se.
Os valores que serão pagos por elas é que serão bem diferentes, considerando aspectos como população e índices sociais e econômicos, promovendo a variação de R$ 8,4 mil até R$ 4,4 milhões.
Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery