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On the Move: This Easter Island statue appeared to move by itself. Mysterious thingshave been happening in a Wallsend garden.
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“A rather strange incident occurred a couple of weeks ago at our villa complex,” Margaret Priest told Topics.

She and her husband went to Sydney on Saturday, February 4. When they arrived home that evening, they noticed their Easter Island statue, which their son gave them, had disappeared from a garden at the bottom of a shared driveway at the complex.

It had been living there, they thought quite happily, for the last 12 months.

“At first, we were a little perplexed as to where he could have got to,” Margaret said.

“We thought that perhaps he must have been stolen.”

But then they saw it “propped up, sitting at our front doorstep”.

“We weren’t sure how he could have got there because he is quite heavy and needs a trolley to move him. We were dumbfounded. We decided that he must have just become bored with living in that particular part of the garden for so long and wanted a change.”

They took the hint.

“We moved him into another part of the garden and so far he seems perfectly happy there,” she said.

“But just a few days ago, another strange incident occurred. A rather large, brightly coloured garden gnome appeared in exactly the same place that our Easter Island man had occupied just a few days earlier.”

This, it must be said, was very weird.

The garden gnome who seems to support the Newcastle Knights.

“The garden gnome is painted in red, white and blue colours. Perhaps he is a Knights fan and believes that, with the footy season approaching,it is his turn to occupy pride of place at the bottom of the driveway for all to see, as our Easter Island man has had that privilege for too long.

“We are not quite sure what team our Easter Island man supports, but we do hope that they can resolve their differences and live in harmony in their places in our gardens.”

We hope sotoo, Margaret.

Lots of Lego A Lego helicopter at a Westpac branch in Auckland. We want one.

Topics reported yesterday thatthe much-loved Bell 412 chopper would retire from the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.

The old girl first worked for the rescue service in 1994, having been bought from Toyota – where she’d been used as transport for VIP executives.

Pilot Peter Cook, a 27-year veteran of the rescue service, described the chopper as “like a good old friend”.

The story reminded Singleton’s Wendy Kempster of a Lego helicopter she saw in a Westpac Bank in Auckland in January.

We should have one of those in Newcastle.

The Fasting LaneFasting has become quite popular in the world of wellbeing. Celebrity doctor Michael Mosley increased the appeal with his program Eat, Fast & Live Longer, which was shown on SBS.

The assertion, backed by science, is that fasting intermittently can lead to a longer and healthier life. Dr Mosley argues that the technique will help people lose weight and enjoy a wide range of health benefits.

He calls its the “5:2 fast diet”. It involves five days of normal eating, with little thought to calorie control (dessert is allowed!). Then, on the other two days, you reduce your calorie intake to 500 calories for women and 600 calories for men.

Anyhow,author Lee Holmes has written a new book titled, Fast Your Way to Wellness.

Lee says intermittent fasting helps the body shift from “a sugar-burning machine into a fat-burning machine”.

Lee Holmes’s new book.

Lee will speak at Speers Point Library at 12.30pm on Thursdayand Bagga’s Pharmacy in Newcastle at 12pm on Friday.

Topics likes food too much to fast, but the talks sound interesting.

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TweetFacebookNorthern Argus Pro-Am on the evening of Tuesday, February 28.

Amongthe tennis action was a barbecue and a few beers to help with the night’s social vibes.

The eventhit off at 6pm and ran to around 8.30pm.

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Emu Plains Correctional Centre. Picture: CNSWThe cows are coming home.
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A herd of 100 beef cattle will arrive atEmu Plains Correctional Centre in the middle of the year as part of the Corrective Services Industries’ Paddock to Plate programs, Penrith MP Stuart Ayres has announced.

The decision sent a clear message to the community that the site was no longer being considered for a prison expansion, Mr Ayres said.

“The return of a cattle herd to Emu Plains continues a long tradition of utilising agriculture as part of the rehabilitation of prisoners and I am pleased to see this continue into the future,” he said in a statement today (Wednesday, March 1).

“This decision sends a clear signal to the community that the previously proposed expansion on the site is no longer being considered by Government.”

The Paddock to Plate program offers inmates diverse education, training and employment opportunities in primary food production, food processing and meal preparation.

Commissioner Peter Severin said around 100 cows would pass through Emu Plains each year and be tended by minimum-security female inmates from the nearby correctional centre.

“I know that the people of Emu Plains and the Penrith area will be pleased to know that cows are returning to the paddock on Old Bathurst Road,” Mr Severin said in the statement.

“While we had to close the dairy last year, we didn’t realise that the cows would be sorely missed, so we’ve found a more viable alternative to use the farming land.”

The 100 beef cattle will be relocated from Mannus Correctional Centre, near Tumbarumba in the Riverina region of NSW.

CSNSW continues to operate a milk processing facility on the site with raw milk supplied by external dairies and then pasteurised, homogenised and packaged on site, before being distributed to CSNSW inmates around the state.

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