Caulfield Business Assists Cyclists and Cats

Caulfield business owner, Mr Joe Zolin, has a new employee and she raises awareness for more than just the bike store.

Pat the Workshop Cat has been a resident local for three years after turning up as a stray at the workshop underweight and with fleas. *QUOTE 1 GOES HERE*

This isn’t the first cat Zolin has welcomed into his life when he decided to seek a companion animal from the RSPCA. *QUOTE 2 GOES HERE*

Recently Zolin found a stray kitten in his backyard but Pat wasn’t so keen on her new friend. Unsure of the services the local council provides, it was a customer who suggested seeking a home for kitten through Cat Protection Society. “She was worried about it getting immunised and de-sexed.”


Monash Quotes Exercise Week 4

A body was found by staff at a Spring Street bank on Monday morning after a robbery turned bad.

“As I was coming back to my desk I saw the feet… sticking out under the desk across the room,” Sarah Cassidy said, a senior economist at the Bank of Melbourne, said.
“I thought I was going to pass out. I could see it was a body. I could see the blood coming out the side. Then I just screamed,” Dr. Cassidy said.

“I just wanted to run but I knew I had to get help,” she said.

Dr Cassidy said that the Police estimated the thieves stole about fifty thousand from the safe.

Fire Fighters Reported Missing Off Coast of Sorrento

Victoria Police hold grave fears for the safety of three men who have been reported missing off the coast of Sorrento early this morning as temperatures across the state plummeted.

The men – identified as Fred Smith, John Taylor, and Bill Smith – local firefighters from Sorrento, were reported missing at 4am after they failed to return from a fishing trip at midnight.

Inspector Rod Cathall of Victoria Police, who is leading the search said he was “very pessimistic” about the men’s chances of survival due to extreme cold experienced across Victoria last night.

The state experienced the coldest August night in 23-years, with air temperatures reaching a low of zero and a water temperature of four degrees Celcius.
Victorian Bureau of Meteorology spokesperson, Hayden Grewsome, said: “It was the kind of weather that kills people.”

The three men were due to play in the local tennis clubs tennis finals on Saturday.