Blind horse called Felicia saved from NSW dam
A blind horse called Felicia has been saved from a dam by SES NSW volunteers. The mare became stuck in deep water at Blaxlands Ridge in the Hawkesbury.Dave King, Deputy Commander of the NSW SES Hawkesbury Unit and large animal rescue trainer said they were called to help at 6.30am on Thursday. © Supplied Felicia was later sedated and pulled out of the water safely. "Felicia was stuck in a dam surrounded by thick weeds and was having difficulty holding her head up and out of the water," said Mr King."We got in the water, supported her head and fed her some food until a vet was available.
Actress Tammin Sursok , 33, opened up to The Grace Tales about her experiences of bullying and 'In all your quarter pounder glory': Tammin revealed her 'painful' upbringing as an overweight The former Home And Away favourite also recalled a swimming carnival, where she struggled to fit into
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Australian-South African actress Tammin Sursok has revealed her struggle with being typecast as a teenager in Hollywood acting jobs.
Speaking to Stellar on Sunday, the 36-year-old, who left Home and Away as Dani Sutherland in 2004, said she has been 'stuck' with the same roles for years.
'I really don't think I can pass as a teenager, but whatever people believe, I'm fine with,' the brunette told the publication.
Requests to catch Bourke St killer refused
A sergeant who refused requests to arrest James Gargasoulas in the hours before the Bourke Street rampage will continue to give evidence at an inquest.Acting Sergeant Kalev Jones from the force's Critical Incident Response Team refused to help local police officer Frank Caridi in the early hours of January 20, 2017, after Gargasoulas tried to kill his brother.
' I don ' t think I 've screamed at my daughter, but I have at my husband': Actress Tammin Sursok says accepting she's 'not perfect' is key to juggling career But even though her life looks picture perfect, Tammin Sursok has revealed that sometimes her stress levels can peak, causing her to let loose on
But on Friday, Tammin Sursok revealed that it wasn' t always easy working with Sean, who she had to 'listen to.' 'He was directing, so I had to listen to him, and I think it's hard for a woman to listen to her 'People think I 'm actually blind in real life which makes me feel like I 'm a really good actress
Tammin continued: 'I've been stuck in a very specific role for a very long time and I'm a mother now. And I have different fears and pain that isn't that of a teenager.'
The actress laughed that she was 31-years-old when she finished filming Pretty Little Liars in 2017, where she played blind high school student, Jenna Marshall, 17.
Alongside this, Tammin has also starred on Hannah Montana and The Young And The Restless, playing youthful characters each time.
'It's hard to work with your husband': Inside Tammin Sursok's new project
For most couples, planning a wedding is more than enough to keep them occupied for several months. That was not the case for Tammin Sursok and Sean McEwen. The actress and director had always wanted to write a script together, so in 2011 they put pen to paper... on the eve of their wedding, no less.
And Tammin Sursok has published a lengthy letter to her 13-year-old self on her struggle with teenage weight gain. 'In all your quarter pounder glory': Tammin Sursok reveals her struggle with bullying as an overweight teenager in heartbreaking open letter.
'People are very offended by it': Australian actress Tammin Sursok reveals she gets slammed over her She left Australian shores more than a decade ago to pursue an acting career in Hollywood '[My accent] is kind of in and out. I do miss it and I think when we spend more time in Australia it will
Tammin co-produced her latest film, Whaling, with husband Sean McEwen.
Last week, the actress revealed that it wasn't always easy working with Sean, who she had to 'listen to' on set, while remaining profession.
Speaking to 9Honey, the 36-year-old admitted: 'It's hard working with your husband. It can be an amazing thing but you have to let go of your ego and your id.'
Tammin joked: 'He was directing, so I had to listen to him, and I think it's hard for a woman to listen to her husband because we're normally bossing them.
'It was stressful for our relationship, but I think it brought us closer.'
Tammin also revealed that she finished writing the script for Whaling with Sean in 2011, one day before their wedding.
'I'm so inspired by her and what she's experienced': Tammin Sursok is set to play inspirational burns survivor Turia Pitt in a biopic... and enlists the help of her director husband Sean McEwen
Tammin Sursok is set to play inspirational burns survivor Turia Pitt, 32, in a biopic. The South African-born Australian actress told Stellar magazine on Sunday that she's enlisted the help of her director husband Sean McEwen.
‘ I think my results were meant to test me and get me ready for adult life,’ says Kevin Bediouhoune, pictured I thought it was the end of the world, and had no idea what my next step was . I felt like the world We literally stuck a pencil on the list randomly and it landed on the University of Brighton, on
Tammin continued: 'The sad part is , you don ' t know how long it's actually been in there. It's crusty and you just think , ''Yep, I 'm walking around with 'We are coming to an end to our breastfeeding journey soon. My mental and physical health will take a priority so I can happily take care of my beautiful girl.
For her next role, Tammin and Sean will relocate to Australia for six months next year to shoot a movie biopic of Turia Pitt in Sydney.
Police officer accused of murdering an indigenous teenager claims he was acting 'in good faith' when he shot him in response to being stabbed .
Constable Zachary Rolfe faced the Alice Springs Local Court by videolink from Canberra on Thursday, where defence lawyers asked for the case to be shifted to Darwin. Mr Walker was fatally shot at his home in Yuendumu, 300 kilometres from Alice Springs, on the evening of November 9.© Provided by Daily Mail Kumanjayi Walker was fatally shot at his home in Yuendumu, 300 kilometres from Alice Springs, on the evening of November 9 David Edwardson, for Const Rolfe, said there had been widespread misreporting of the facts of the case and a fair trial would not be possible in Alice Springs.