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An Australian barmaid who entertained patrons by crushing beer cans between her bare breasts and hanging spoons off her nipples has been fined, police said on Wednesday. Luana De Faveri (31) was fined Aus$1 000 in the Mandurah Magistrate's Court in Western Australia after pleading guilty to two breaches of the Liquor Control Act.
At least two people were killed on Friday when a cyclone slammed into Australia's north-west coast, paralysing mining operations and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Authorities feared category-four Cyclone George had also claimed a third life and caused numerous serious injuries, but said they were struggling to reach remote communities lashed by winds of 275km/h.
Australia braced for the second powerful cyclone to strike in two weeks as a major storm bore down on the country's mineral-rich west coast, forcing a halt to some mining and oil drilling operations in the region. Cyclone Glenda was upgraded to the highest category-five tropical storm overnight but later weakened slightly to a category-four.
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SAICA calls for a review of the mandatory minimum skills and qualifications required for all key financial management positions within the public sector