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The police and SES are searching along the Maribyrnong River. Photo: Penny Stephens Police have released photos of a handbag and purse like Karen Ristevski’s in case someone finds them. Photo: Supplied
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Karen (centre) and Borce Ristevski with their daughter Sarah. Photo: Supplied

Karen Ristevski’s daughter Sarah, and husband Borce have appealed for help. Photo: Penny Stephens

The police and SES are searching Avondale Heights and along the Maribyrnong River for missing woman Karen Ristevski. Photo: Penny Stephens

Police suspect Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski may have been murdered, but her family is clinging to hope she will be found.

The 47-year-old was last seen on June 29. Her husband, Borce Ristevski, is believed to have told police the couple had an argument over financial issues and that Ms Ristevski left their Avondale Heights home for a walk to “clear her head”.

Mr Ristevski, who was questioned by police and released without charge, was asked by a Channel 7 reporter in a press conference on Thursday if he had killed his wife.

Mr Ristevski, arm-in-arm with his wife’s visibly distressed 21-year-old daughter, Sarah, did not answer. Ms Ristevski’s aunt Patricia interjected, saying Mr Ristevski was too distressed to speak.

“That’s really not appropriate at the moment … honestly, I have to say, that is really inappropriate …This is about Karen. This is not about anything else; this is about finding Karen,” she said.

The family then left the press conference.

Before the exchange, which occurred near the banks of the Maribyrnong River where police are searching, Patricia pleaded for anyone with information to come forward.

“We’re hoping that today we will find something that will lead us to Karen,” she said.

“We have nothing, so if you have something that you know, something that you have seen, you’ve heard something, someone has spoken to you about something, anything, please, we’re asking you to help us.

“It’s not possible for someone to just disappear; it’s not Karen, Karen would not leave us.”

She described the past 15 days as a “nightmare”, and said she didn’t know who would want to cause any harm to her niece.

“If that was the case, we would already know something about that, it would be an ongoing thing,” she said.

Police and State Emergency Service volunteers searched a 60-hectare area between Canning Reserve, off Canning Street, and Afton Street, which runs along the Maribyrnong River.

The family home, which backs onto the river, sits in between.

Investigators are looking at expanding the search area on Friday.

Inspector Stephen Dennis said police had “grave concerns” for Ms Ristevski’s welfare, with her phone still off and her bank account untouched.

He said she was last seen at her home.

“We can’t say what route she may have taken from the house, so it’s still up in the air for us at this stage,” he said.

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Ms Ristevski ran formal-wear shop Bella Bleu in Taylors Lakes, which she owned with her husband.

Her daughter made an emotional plea for help to find her mother last week.

Sarah told radio station 3AW she had reached out to her mother’s friends on Facebook, but to no avail.

“There are no leads at all, no sightings, nothing,” she said.

“I’ve logged on to her Facebook and contacted all of her friends. No one has seen her.”

Ms Ristevski is described as 160 centimetres tall, with a slim build and shoulder-length brown hair.

She was last seen wearing a black jacket and jeans.

Anyone who may have seen Ms Ristevski is urged to contact triple zero, while anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report to 梧桐夜网crimestoppersvic南京夜网419论坛.

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Working together

Posted by admin on 20/04/2019
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THREE Eastern Eyre councils are working together to look at opportunities to combine more services but retain their own identities.
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Representatives from the Kimba, Cleve and Franklin met at Kimba recently todiscuss further options for shared services with a “positive outcome achieved,”Kimba District Councilchief executive officer Daryl Cearns said.

Cleve District Councilchief executive Peter Arnold said theaim of the meeting was shared services,reviewing what the councils were doing and what future opportunities there may be.

Mr Arnold said thethreecouncils alreadyworked together with combinedservices suchrubbish collection, developmentand environmental health officers,with lines of communication open betweenworks managers.

“The three councils currently share kerbside waste collection, street sweeping, a development officer, an environmental health officer, and jointly own a bitumen sprayer,” he said.

Mr Cearns said working together would enhance options for the councils while maintaining each area’s identity, and send a message that small councils couldwork together without the need to have fewer councils on Eyre Peninsula.

“We want each council to maintain their separate identities but feel that there could be other areas in administration and works that we can work together.This (meeting) is a start.”

Mr Arnold said the meeting was timely with amendments to the Local Government Act and other State Government legislation’s impactingon local government including “significant changes” in the development/planning processes and local nuisance monitoring in the next 12 to 18 months.

Mr Cearns said the Kimba council was“passionate” about looking into future shared services.

Franklin Harbour District Council’s chief executive Chris Smith said historically the three councils had worked together, but,despite having a common Health Advisory Council, the councils were at differingstages when it cameto doctors.

“Our current doctor is on sick leave so we are without a full time regular at the moment,” he said.“He is currently looking at his options which may include bringing in an additional doctor.

“Council has stated we will work with him to ensure that our town has its own doctor.”

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Marshall brings grassroots focus

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GRASSROOTS: Mayoral candidate Joanne Marshall is keen to bring a grassroots focus to local government.Former councillor Joanne Marshall believes she can bring a unique focus to the role of Mayor if elected.
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Mrs Marshall acknowledged that the ‘state of play’ in Whyalla has changed due to the Arrium crisis, but said the everyday concerns of ratepayers should be a major focus of the Whyalla City Council.

“The council plays an important role at that grassroots level, it can obviously lobby government and industries but it can’t forget the basic reasons why it’s in place as well,” she said.

“It still provides those community services which help us with our everyday life, we can’t lose sight of that, that’s very important.”

“I’m calling on ratepayers and the community to let me know what their everyday concerns are, it’s interesting because the range of issues people have are very diverse.”

Mrs Marshall said while Arrium’s struggles had taken centre stage in Whyalla, attending to the community’s smaller issues was still important.

“Yes it’s important that we advocate to keep our steelworks and our mining industry absolutely, but for me it’s always been about sustainability,” she said.

“We don’t want a boom and bust cycle which will oftenleave you with a crisis, we want to grow our population,employment andhealth services, so we need to bring more family into town.”

“It’s something which has been overshadowed because there’s a major crisis happening, but you have to plan for the future with a potentially reduced population and what kind ofimpact that will have.”

Mrs Marshall said she understoodthe need for council’s recent rate increase of 1.9 per cent but suggested they should consider cutting expenditure.

“Lets look at how we can lessen than expenditure, having been in business I have hadto cut to the bone in order to be solvent,” she said.

“People are in pain, ifthere some way that we can halt a raterisewe should be looking at that for the next financial year.”

“We need to go through everything with a fine tooth comb and look at where we can make some savings.”

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Sound system shot

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An eventful day at the Bathurst Rifle Range last Saturday with maintenance on the communication towers delaying the shoot,causing the last few competitors to battle failing light.
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To add to the problems a large mob, upwards of 60 kangaroos, undeterred by the gunshots, invaded the range mid shoot, asmakingtheir way towards the race track.

Shooting was good,some personal bests achieved.Darren Crimstona personal best scored49.05, to win the B grade Cock of the Walk.

Some similar scores seen, separated only by centre bull’s eyes, which included Dennis Lavelle, Gordon Shepherd and Ron Gibson.

Visitors Luke Harris (Hornsby) and Terry Howell (Gosford) performed brilliantly in the F class discipline with second stage scores of 60.6 and 60.7 respectively.

Howell finished with 119.9/120 to win the F class honours. Grahame Willis with 116.7 lead in locals,after a hectic stint of coaching and organizing the days’ activities.

Terry Howell and Brendan Robertson both from Bathurst and both of whom have had firearms experience, but not in the field of target shooting, performed very well in their first appearances on the mound.Their scores of 113.4 and 110.2 were very competitive.

Other news, Graeme Bright and Ben Wrighthad some success recently, Wright winning two stages at the NRAA National Championships in Brisbane in the F class B grade division and Bright winning and placing in western area competitions.

Bright also competed in the MDRA Champion of Champions and teams events in Sydney representing the Blue Mountains DRA and the winning country team in the country versus city match.

Next Saturday will be the 500 yard range of the J Sibera Trophy

Scores: R Gibson TRB 90.13 (12) 100; G P Willis FSA 116.7 (4 ¼) 100; D Crimston TRB 92.06 (5 ¾) 97 ¾; D Lavelle TRB 92.04 (5 ¼) 97 ¼; J Coghill TRB 84.05 (12) 96; G Shepherd TRA 92.03 (3 ¾) 95 ¾; T Howell FSA (Gosford) 119.9; C Howell FSB 113.4; L Harris (Hornsby) FSB 112.8; B Robertson FSB 110.2; A Smith FSB 55.0; C Mills FSB 42.2

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Sharing its soccer skills in September

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Celtic is home for Socceroo Tommy Rogic.
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In partnership with Mid North Coast Football the world famous Celtic FC International Soccer Academy iscoming to the Mid North Coast.

Celtic FC is the home of world famous coach Brendan Rogers and our own Socceroo Tommy Rogic.

Celtic FC International Academy usually run these camps in the United States, Canada, south America and Europe.

As a result of a lot of organisation, Celtic Academy coaches will travel to Australia and have included Taree as part of a two week regional tour of NSW and Canberra.

The world famous Celtic Football Club issending coaches from theiracademy to deliver training sessions based around the ‘Celtic Way’ in coaching young soccer players from Taree and surrounding towns and clubs.

The camps are for boys and girls of all ages and abilities designed so that players attending will experience what it is like to be coached in the methods of Celtic Football Club.

The coaching will be focused on technical development which includes:The Celtic turns,all master, receiving the ball,1 v 1 (attacking and defending), passing and moving, awareness and control, finishing, small sided games and youth team football problem tactics.

Session one will be held on Tuesday, September 27 from 9-10am for children aged from five to seven years for a cost of $15 each.

Session two will begin from 10.30am and extend to 3pm for advanced seven-year old players to 18-year-old, and the costis $60 per player.

To registercontact technical director, Mid North Coast Football, Larry Budge 0414 392 703 [email protected]南京夜网.

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