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Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 09:46 am
Another day, another three things from my news feeds about what went right.

Surfers train to save lives at WA beaches when life savers not on duty by Nicolas Perpitch (ABC Western Australia)

Surfers tend to be at more beaches than surf life savers, and they're generally there for longer than the surf life savers can manage as well. So Surfing WA and Surf Life Saving WA have joined forces with a free program to give surfers enough first aid knowledge to be useful in a crisis.

Meet Mia Davies, Australia's first female Nationals leader by Eliza Borello (AM, ABC Western Australia)

A profile of Mia Davies, the leader of the WA Nationals (which are now unique for two factors - firstly, their lack of a coalition with the Liberals, and now, their election of a female leader).

Latest Helicobacter pylori breakthrough could lead to eradication of bacteria by Tom Wildie (ABC Western Australia)

A team of researchers led by Professor Barry Marshall (who was the joint winner of the Nobel in 2005 for the discovery of helicobacter pylori) is conducting further study on the bacteria, with the overall aim of being able to find methods of treating h.pylori infection.

So there's my three for the day. If you've found a story in your news feeds about what went right, why not share it in the comments, and boost the signal?


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