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24 August, 2012 at 12:11 am in Employment
Leading Australian soil scientist and specialist mycologist Last Kings Snapback Hats Dr Mary Cole assisted in setting up the six trial plots, three run conventionally and three on a biological system.The main inputs on the biological plots were compost a combination of chicken manure and sawdust fine-tuned with a prescription blend of compost teas made on the farm.We've been trialling biological products for years, but to actually have the funding to be able to work with a scientist like Dr Cole who can do proper tests does make the difference, Mr Smith said.The whole idea of biological farming is to get the soil balance right and then bring in microbes to assist in the breakdown.In turn it makes better-See your ad herequality vegetables and hopefully you'll get a better pack out from the company.The side benefits are better health for the consumer and the potential to reduce fertiliser input costs, Mr Smith said.A former Securency executive who has agreed to testify against others in a major corruption prosecution was spared prison in his sentencing at the Supreme Court this morning.See your ad hereFormer Securency company secretary and chief financial officer David John Ellery, had pleaded guilty to one charge of false accounting, which Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth today said involved a false and elaborate attempt to justify the payment of commissions to promote the company's banknote supply business in Malaysia.Justice Hollingworth said Ellery, 56, had occupied positions of importance within a subsidiary of Australia's central bank and had acted in the context of Securency's culture of secrecy and denial of responsibility for wrongdoing.Court orders prevent the publication of details about other ongoing matters.Conspiracies such as [this]...are by their very nature often difficult to prove.Justice Hollingworth said much of what really occurred is either not documented or documents are not retained and although Ellery had not been in the inner sanctum, his oral evidence would be valuable.Ellery's crime, committed between 28 June and 19 July 2006, carried a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment but Justice Hollingworth said, you will not be taken into custody today.She gave him six months imprisonment suspended for two years. If not for his early guilty plea, she said she would have sentenced him to one year imprisonment with a minimum nine-month non-parole period.Ellery had concealed a commission payment of $79,502 to Malaysian agent Abdul Kayum Syed Ahmad and/or his company Aksavest, which Securency had verbally agreed to.Justice Hollingworth said that Ellery had knowingly concealed the commission as reimbursement for marketing, accommodation and other expenses.She said Ellery had succumbed ... to the requests of senior employees and forwarded a debit note requesting the payment be made. He had claimed that another employee had cited the supporting documents, even though he was aware the request was false and no such marketing expenses had been incurred.See your ad hereIt was done in order to disguise the true nature of the NCAA Snapback transaction from the board and the owners of Securency.
Justice Hollingworth said that later attempts Mesh Snapback to conceal the payment included a response to an inquiry by the Reserve Bank assistant governor Bob Rankin in June 2007, to which Ellery said Securency had never paid any commission. He maintained this position when queried later that year by Reserve Bank auditors.She said Ellery was not being punished for his attempts to cover up the crime, but they were relevant as evidence of his earlier dishonesty.I assess your offending as being in the mid-range of false accounting offences, she told the court, saying general deterrence was an important consideration in the sentencing of white-collar crime but this offence had not been committed for Ellery's own benefit. She said he was, after some initial hesitation now genuinely remorseful and he had undertaken to assist law enforcement.As it happened golden parade as Sydney celebratesSee your ad hereOffice workers leaned out windows. Builders hung off scaffolding. And people dressed as giant boxing kangaroos craned for a view.The crowds basked in unseasonable winter sun and lined Sydney's streets in their thousands but only three or four rows deep.It wouldn't be an Olympic event without some brand control. The green-and-gold wigs long favoured by Australian sporting fanatics were replaced by dapples of bright blue throughout the crowd a marketing coup for a certain fitness company.Those who showed up were in fine voice. The atmosphere was aided greatly by school marching bands from across the state who played rousingly patriotic numbers such as Waltzing Matilda alongside tunes by the Jackson 5.Mobile confetti canons blasted perfectly square pieces of green and gold high into the air at regular intervals.And bizarrely, it was all rounded out by a flatbed truck carrying gyrating Brazilian dancers in G-strings a gratuitous reminder that the 2016 games are in Rio.The line of athletes snaked its way from Circular Quay to Town Hall in alphabetical order of sport. Jubilant cheers followed them the entire way and there were no signs of the depressed national mood that took hold early in the Games.Who cares what the media thinks? the silver medallist James Magnussen told the Herald. It seemed he read the mood perfectly.See your ad hereThough their medal performance was disappointing, swimmers are clearly still seen as the shiniest of our Olympic stars. All seemed forgiven as they received screams usually heard only by touring boy bands.So often were Magnussen and Libby Trickett stopped for autographs that they had to periodically run to resume their place in the parade pack.Well done and welcome home, said the lord mayor, Clover Moore, on the steps of Town Hall before presenting the keys to the city to the flag bearer and bronze medallist, Lauren Jackson.Have your post-mortems if you must, but do it knowing you were wonderful representatives for our country.A WOMAN, 70, has been injured in an abduction attempt in Adelaide's north east.See your ad hereShe was walking her dog along Kennedy Street in St Agnes about 7am yesterday when she was confronted by a man standing next to a car with the boot open.As she walked past, he grabbed her from behind and pulled her towards the vehicle Ymcmb Snapback.