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State government’s cardiac donation to hospital a $110,000 heart starter

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Cardiac patients at Maitland hospital will receive enhanced care after the state government funded eight mobile heart monitoring units worth $110,000.

The additional machines will help cardiologists and specialist staff assess and monitor patients in the coronary care and high dependency unit.

Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Maitland MP Robyn Parker will make the announcement during a visit to the hospital on Friday.

“It’s wonderful to visit Maitland Hospital to announce the addition of this equipment for the benefit of patients and staff,” Ms Skinner said.

“These mobile heart monitoring units will ease pressure in the hospital’s busy emergency department while also supporting staff to continue to provide the quality care for which they are known.”

The units assist patients with heart-related symptoms such as irregular heart rhythms, chest pain, stroke-like symptoms to provide a quick and accurate diagnosis.

“In the past, some of these patients have remained in the emergency department hooked up to permanent bedside monitors while waiting for mobile units to become available,” Ms Skinner said.

Ms Parker said the monitors would allow patients to move from the emergency department into a ward where the could continue to receive specialist care and be monitored.

“This will encourage patient flow in the hospital while also alleviating demand on the emergency department, especially coming into the busy winter period,” Ms Parker said.

Hospital general manager Trish Wilson said the units would bring a range of benefits including allowing patients to be move around.

“Because the units are portable, patients will be able to get out of bed and move about, which is something we encourage wherever possible,” she said.

BOOST: A $110,000 package from the state government will fund eight mobile heart monitoring units

“The units help patients to retain their independence and mobility.”

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Hectic pace for Governor General’s inaugural visit

GOVERNOR General Quentin Bryce has a hectic schedule of events lined up for her visit to Bathurst next Tuesday.
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THE details of the Governor General’s visit were being finalised yesterday.

They include a lap of Mount Panorama in the George Reed Special which is housed at the National Motor Racing Museum.

A Bathurst Regional Council spokesperson said yesterday everything was coming together nicely in what would be a special occasion for the region.

“It’s not so much the red tape involved with a visit of this magnitude, because the Governor General says she wants it all be pretty relaxed,” the spokesperson said.

“The challenge is to get all the logistics sorted out because it’s a pretty tight schedule to work with to ensure the visit runs smoothly and to time.

“The Governor General wants to see as much of Bathurst as possible while she’s here.”

The spokesperson said the Governor General’s visit coincides with National Families Week and Volunteers Week.

“As such, meeting a cross-section of the Bathurst community is the focus of her visit,” the spokesperson said. “At this stage we believe she will be travelling here by car and when she arrives around lunchtime will be taken past the cathedral belltower in Kings Parade which will have its bells peeling in her honour.

“Her agenda includes meeting local Aboriginal community members involved with the Sir Joseph Banks Nature Reserve and Towri Mac Functional Centre and then a visit to Carenne School.”

Other commitments include a visit to Charles Sturt University and a tour of the dental facility and nursing facilities.

That will be followed at 3.45pm by a civic reception in the Pit Complex Mount Panorama which is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.

While yet to be confirmed, the Governor General is also expected to meet business owners on a walk through the central business district.

The final engagement for the Governor General will be at the local Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours” gathering at The Grange at CSU which starts at 6pm.

VISIT: GOVERNOR General Quentin Bryce has a hectic schedule of events lined up for her visit to Bathurst next Tuesday.

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VIDEO: Bystanders pull man from train tracks

A trainee nurse has saved a man from an oncoming train after he fell onto the tracks in Brisbane.
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The 56-year-old man appeared disoriented when he stepped off the platform and fell one metre on to the tracks at Wooloowin station, in Brisbane’s north, at 8.02am on Thursday.

The 8.05am Doomben to Cleveland train was due to pull in to the station within minutes.

Bystanders pull a man from the tracks at Wooloowin station.Photo: Supplied

A trainee nurse who saw the man immediately ran to his aid, risking her own life by jumping on to the tracks.

Queensland Rail customer service officer Jill Lyten, who happened to be waiting for her regular morning train, also witnessed the incident.

“My training just kicked in,” she said.

Ms Lyten found the phone number for QR’s control room on her work ID card and raised the alarm.

“I knew that I had to get the number and get to control and stop the train,” she said.

Ms Lyten was visibly shaken as she recounted the events of the morning.

“We know how dangerous it actually is,” she said.

QR acting chief executive Jim Benstead praised the brave actions of the trainee nurse, but said it was vital commuters were aware of the emergency call button located at all Brisbane train stations.

“The first thing to do in any incident that may occur on the tracks is to contact … our control centre through the emergency phones at the stations,” he said.

“It could have gone very differently today … it could have been disastrous.”

There were 400 reported near-misses across the QR network last year. More than 150 incidents involved pedestrians.

The 56-year-old man was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

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Bystanders pull a man from the tracks at Wooloowin station. Photo: Supplied

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GALLERY: Knights V Sharks May 5

Action from the Knights V Sharks game at Hunter Stadium on May 5. Cronulla beat the Knights in 21-20 extra time.
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Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Dane Gagai scores for Newcastle, he is embraced by Darius Boyd (facing camera). Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5.Newcastle player James McManus. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player Willie Mason stretches for the line, but does not score. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5.Newcastle player Willie Mason stretches for the line, but does not score. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Cronulla player Todd Carney. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player Robbie Rochow. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player David Fa’alogo scores just before half time. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player David Fa’alogo scores just before half time, is embraced by team mates. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player David Fa’alogo scores just before half time, is embraced by team mates. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player David Fa’alogo scores just before half time. Picture shows Knights captain Kurt Gidley, left, is embraced by Dane Gagai, right. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Newcastle player David Fa’alogo, centre, scores just before half time, and is embraced by team mates. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Kade Snowden. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Injured Sharks player Paul Gallen, centre, talks to Knights player Kade Snowden, right. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Luke Lewis. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Aku Uate, centre. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Kade Snowden, centre, and Sharks player Todd Carney, right. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Willie Mason, left, talks to Sharks player Todd Carney, right. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Todd Carney. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Willie Mason. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5.Sharks player Luke Lewis. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights captain Kurt Gidley. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Chris Houston, right. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Paul Gallen, injured, watches from the sideline. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture shows Sharks player Jonathan Wright, in the air facing camera, embraces Jeff Robson. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Sharks player Jeff Robson kicking the winning goal. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. Knights player Travis Waddell. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5.from left to right, Sharks player Luke Lewis embraces Knights player James McManus, Knights players Dane Gagai, Kurt Gidley, on the ground, Robbie Rochow, Darius Boyd. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

Newcastle Knights VS Cronulla Sharks at Hunter Stadium, Broadmeadow, May 5. from left to right, Sharks player Isaac De Gois, Sharks player Luke Lewis embraces Knights player James McManus, Knights players Dane Gagai, Robbie Rochow. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

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GALLERY: Reed all about it: Chariot for a GG

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready). VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).
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VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

VIP PASSENGER: Norm Rutherford from Bathurst Regional Council will be in the hot seat when he takes Governor General Quentin Bryce on a lap of Mount Panorama in the 1951 George Reed Special during her visit to the city next Tuesday. Photo: Zenio Lapka. (Flick across to see more photos of Norm getting ready).

A LAP of iconic Mount Panorama will be a highlight of Governor General Quentin Bryce’s visit to Bathurst next Tuesday.

The Governor General will be treated to a ride in the George Reed Special.

It’s a replica of the car built by Bathurst local George Reed and raced to victory by Warwick Pratley in the Australian Grand Prix, at Narrogin Western Australia in 1951. The car is now part of the National Motor Racing Museum’s permanent collection.

The vehicle is “the baby” of council employee and vintage car enthusiast Norm Rutherford who will be in the driver’s seat for Ms Bryce’s tour of the Mount.

“I hope I can handle the pressure,” Mr Rutherford said yesterday. “That car’s been pretty much my baby right from day one.

“It’s a replica of the original which was destroyed in a speedway accident up the coast in the early 1960s.

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“Myself and Terry (Morgan) did most of the mechanical work down here at the depot. Brian Welch did the paintwork and Gordon Halloran did the bodywork.”

Mr Rutherford said the Governor General would be the most important VIP to experience the joy of riding in the George Reed Special.

“I’ve had to promise to be on my best behaviour, but if the Governor General asks me how well the car goes, who am I to go against her wishes? I have to do what I am told,” he quipped.

Tim Pike from the National Motor Racing Museum said the George Reed Special is still highly regarded in Australian motorsport.

“It was invited down (to Melbourne) for the 85th anniversary of the first grand prix in Australian last year,” he said.

“The car stills runs beautifully. It’s got a big Ford V8 engine in it, but to look at it you would think it looks more like a cute little sports car.”

Mr Pike said the Reed Special had a top speed of about 100 miles per hour but would keep to the 60km/h limit on Tuesday.

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