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Warning after Melbourne boy swallowed 30 magnets.

Warning after Melbourne boy swallowed 30 magnets.

1. Docs difficulty warning after Melbourne boy virtually dies swallowing 30 magnets.

A Melbourne boy has sparked a warning concerning the risks of small magnets, after he was rushed to hospital having swallowed 30.

5-year-old Noah Lefau’s household informed 7 Information that he pulled a chair over to a fridge so as to attain the magnets, which he then ingested.

“Mum rang at lunchtime saying, ‘He’s on the ground, curled up in pain’,” Noah’s mom, Christelle Lefau, informed the community.

The boy was taken to hospital the place X-rays revealed the reason for his agony.

“I thought maybe it’s the little silver balls you use in cake decorating,” Ms Lefau stated. “They said, ‘No, it’s metal’.”

A younger Pakenham boy was hours from dying after swallowing 30 fridge magnets. Docs are warning mother and father of the risks of leaving them inside attain of youngsters after seeing an increase in admissions to hospital. @georgiamain7 #7News

— 7 Information Melbourne (@7NewsMelbourne) July 23, 2018

Surgeons took six hours to take away the magnets and restore the injury.

“They travel along the intestine and they are attracted to each other, trying to get together and by doing this, they create little holes inside the gut,” Monash Youngsters’s Hospital’s Dr Maurizio Pacilli informed 7 Information.

“We had found 10 or 12 holes which we had to stitch one at a time, and we had to remove some parts of the intestine.”

Had docs not handled him once they did, the result might have been tragic.

“If it was less than half a day longer, he would have died,” Christelle stated.

Product Security Australia recommends the next safe-use precautions for magnets: Hold toys with robust magnets, or magnetic elements which are sufficiently small to be swallowed, away from younger youngsters; All the time watch an toddler when they’re enjoying with toys which have magnets, to make sure they don’t go within the youngster’s mouth; All the time eliminate toys if their magnets grow to be unfastened; In case you suspect a toddler has swallowed magnets, search pressing medical help.

2. Husband ‘jealous’ of spouse’s Fb good friend earlier than he killed her.

Anne Rogers. Picture: Fb.

A Sydney man accused of smothering his spouse of 41 years with a pillow was “angry and jealous” of her involvement with a person from highschool who she had reconnected with by way of Fb, a jury has heard.

Warren Francis Rogers has pleaded not responsible to homicide however responsible to the manslaughter of Anne Rogers, 61, of their Milperra house in September 2016.

His trial started within the NSW Supreme Courtroom on Monday earlier than Justice Julia Lonergan.

Crown prosecutor Nanette Williams stated the courtroom would hear proof Rogers, then 68, confronted his spouse over her “ongoing contact” with the opposite man earlier than the “fatal conflict”.

Police discovered Ms Rogers lifeless in a bed room and her husband “semi-conscious” in a tub of purple water.

The courtroom heard when an ambulance officer requested Rogers what had occurred he replied: “She cheated on me four times. Stick a needle in my arm. I want to die”.

He later informed police his spouse “asked him to kill her” so he smothered her with a pillow within the bed room.

The couple separated for a number of weeks in mid-2016 however Rogers requested her to return “when he was unhappy being by himself” on the situation she haven’t any additional contact with the opposite man.

“The accused was jealous and angry with the deceased because she continued, against his wishes, to have contact with (the man),” Ms Williams stated on Monday.

The prosecutor stated “hand-in-hand” with that was Rogers’ want to take care of management of the household’s funds together with a $300,000 redundancy payout he acquired within the years previous his spouse’s dying.

“The accused would have been conscious if the deceased left and went off with (the opposite man) … there would have been a considerable redistribution of household belongings.

“One way to prevent that, indeed, was to ensure that she didn’t leave.”

Defence barrister Richard Pontello stated Rogers was a “true family man” whose behaviour was utterly out of character.

He requested the jury to think about the defence of considerable impairment by abnormality of thoughts.

The wedding breakdown occurred “in circumstances the place Ms Rogers had been seeing one other man she knew from her highschool years, Mr Pontello stated.

“After Mr Rogers discovered of his spouse’s relationship … he turned very depressed. Very depressed certainly.

“(He) for all but one day of his 69 years lived with the highest degree of integrity and love for those around him.”

The lawyer stated there was no dispute Mr Rogers induced his spouse’s demise.

“However … his capacity to control himself was in fact substantially impaired, arising from an underlying condition, namely the major depressive disorder from which he suffered and/or a chronic adjustment disorder.”

For applicable assist and help, please name 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732), Lifeline 13 11 14 or beyondblue 1300 22 4636.

three. 115 individuals charged with drug possession at Splendour within the Grass.

A BRISBANE teenager has punched a police officer within the mouth and tried to run away after allegedly being caught with medicine at Splendour within the Grass. When police searched the 18…

— Deborah Pearse (@byronbackyard) July 22, 2018

NSW Police have charged 115 individuals with drug offences on the weekend’s Splendour within the Grass music pageant, together with one man who was allegedly carrying virtually 60 drugs.

The pageant, which takes place close to Byron Bay on the state’s north coast, noticed 37,000 festival-goers flood by way of the gates.

A high-visibility police operation – which included drug-sniffer canine, the riot squad and patrolling officers – resulted in dozens of courtroom attendance notices for individuals allegedly detected with illicit medicine.

Amongst them was a 25-year-old man allegedly carrying 57 MDMA tablets, a police spokesperson stated on Monday.

A 42-year-old man was charged with assault occasioning precise bodily hurt after he allegedly threatened a safety guard with a bit of wooden after which kicked him.

Police are additionally investigating the alleged sexual assault of an 18-year-old lady on Sunday night time.

The pageant noticed NSW Well being supply VIP tent entry to anybody prepared to be examined for chlamydia.

A spokeswoman on Monday advised AAP the outcomes have been nonetheless being collated however the authorities had deliberate to conduct 3000 exams in a bid to assist normalise STD checks.

four. Each Karen and Borce Ristevski’s telephones have been switched off the day Karen disappeared, courtroom hears.

Picture: Fb.

Cell phones belonging to accused killer Borce Ristevski and his alleged sufferer, spouse Karen, have been each deactivated on the day of her disappearance, a Melbourne courtroom has been advised.

The 54-year-old claims Karen, a trend boutique proprietor, left the couple’s Avondale Heights house in June 2016 after an argument to clear her thoughts, and by no means returned.

Ms Ristevski’s stays have been found wedged between logs by two horticulturists working at Macedon Regional Park eight months after she vanished.

The 47-year-old’s explanation for demise has not been decided.

Detectives declare Borce murdered his spouse at residence and drove her black Mercedes-Benz roadster to dump the physique, killing the sign on his cell phone alongside the best way.

They declare he lied about the place he was on the day of Karen’s disappearance and made inconsistent statements.

Optus technical specialist Oleg Prypoten advised Melbourne Magistrates Courtroom on Monday that each the Ristevskis’ telephones have been detected on June 29, 2016 – the day Karen went lacking – earlier than they have been deactivated.

He stated Optus might detect telephones in the event that they have been on and even when they’d been left idle.

Nevertheless, he stated the couples’ telephones had been deactivated both as a result of that they had been turned off, switched to airplane mode, or run out of battery.

Courtroom paperwork present Borce’s telephone was unable to make or obtain calls between 11.09am and 12.51pm.

Karen’s telephone final pinged to a cell tower in Gisborne, close to the Macedon Regional Park, at 11.40am.

However Optus could not pinpoint the place the telephones have been final used as they might have pinged off various totally different stations inside the space.

Mr Prypoten stated Optus might detect telephones inside a 35km-radius in rural areas

Earlier on Monday, police failed of their bid to stop Mr Prypoten’s proof being reported by media, arguing it might reveal an excessive amount of element about their investigation methodologies.

Justice of the Peace Suzanne Cameron refused the request, stating that what happens throughout police investigations is commonly mentioned in open courtroom.

The courtroom has beforehand been advised the Ristevskis have been in monetary dire straits and would typically argue about cash and enterprise within the lead as much as Karen’s disappearance.

Prosecutors have compiled a 22,000-page proof temporary, together with CCTV footage of Karen’s Mercedes, telephone recordings and telecommunications knowledge.

The committal listening to, which is predicted to conclude this week, will decide whether or not Borce will stand trial over his spouse’s demise.

5. Man accused of Perth triple homicide protests innocence.

A Perth teenager accused of killing his mom and two siblings has protested his innocence throughout a courtroom look.

Teancum Vernon Petersen-Crofts, 19, allegedly murdered his mom Michelle Petersen, 48, his eight-year-old brother Rua and 15-year-old sister Bella.

The our bodies of his mom and brother have been discovered inside their Ellenbrook residence early on July 15. Bella was discovered critically injured within the yard however died on the best way to hospital.

Petersen-Crofts appeared on Monday in Midland Magistrates Courtroom by way of video hyperlink from the safe Frankland Centre unit at Graylands psychiatric hospital, the place he was final week despatched for evaluation.

Interrupting the Justice of the Peace, he stated “I did nothing wrong” 3 times.

Throughout his first look in the identical courtroom final week, Petersen-Crofts blamed “a criminal” for the killings, saying “he did it”.

The psychiatric hospital has beneficial he stay there for a minimum of 4 weeks.

“If you’re going to send me to jail for 25 years or whatever, I want to be in Frankland Centre. I don’t want to go to jail,” Petersen-Crofts stated on Monday.

“They’re going to kill me in jail.”

He’ll face Stirling Gardens Magistrates Courtroom on Wednesday by way of video hyperlink.

6. Accolades for Dr Richard Harris and different Thai cave rescue heroes.

Picture: Fb.

9 Australian heroes concerned within the Thai cave rescue might be honoured for his or her unimaginable efforts by Australia’s political leaders and dignitaries.

Governor-Common Sir Peter Cosgrove will on Tuesday award medals to these concerned within the mission, together with Dr Richard ‘Harry’ Harris, Craig Challen and Chief Petty Officer Troy Eather.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Chief Invoice Shorten can be amongst these attending the reception at Authorities Home in Canberra.

Mr Turnbull has beforehand described the mission to rescue 12 boys and their 25-year-old soccer coach as a unprecedented act of heroism, professionalism, self-discipline and teamwork.

Will probably be the primary time the rescuers have been reunited since returning to Australia on July 13.

Adelaide anaesthetist Dr Harris and his dive associate, retired Perth vet Mr Challen, have been amongst a world staff of cave-diving specialists who freed the trapped boys and their coach.

Sydney-based Chief Petty Officer Eather was a key determine in Operation Thailand Help, having been concerned in a lot of vital mission since becoming a member of the Navy in 1991.

Thailand’s ambassador to Australia and Australia’s ambassador to Thailand, together with the appearing chief of the Defence Pressure and appearing Australian Federal Police commissioner, might be attending on Tuesday.

So too will numerous senior authorities representatives.

The names of the AFP medal recipients are being withheld till the ceremony.

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