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AMC women's care report supported
The ACT government will support 35
recommendations and provide in-principle
support to nine recommendations from the
Human Rights Audit on the Condition of
Detention of Women at the Alexander
"The Commissioner found that women
detainees at the AMC are treated well in custody
and that custodial staff and management are
respectful of the particular needs and
vulnerabilities of women,'' Minister for
Corrective Services Shane Rattenbury said.
"In a number of areas, including induction,
nutrition, clothing, bedding, personal hygiene
and discipline, the commissioner is satisfied that
the AMC is compliant with human rights
standards.'' However, the commissioner found
there were some difficulties faced by Corrective
Services in providing a comprehensive suite of
services and programs to a small number (daily
average 14) of women detainees with diverse
individual needs. It also identified the need for
the development of prison industries.
The government has rejected seven
recommendations. These included changes to
some security procedures which the government
believed could create a safety risk for detainees,
visitors and staff.
"Some non-essential recommendations were
not considered cost effective or financially
feasible at this time," Mr Rattenbury said.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 6
MARRIED WITH EDWARDIAN STYLE
Heirloom pieces make
wedding extra special
Amelia and Robert Black married at Signadou Chapel.
Photo: Tulitha King
Wearing an Edwardian-style dress inspired by
an heirloom lace collar her great grandmother
wore in 1900, bride Amelia Black, nee
Carmody, walked down the aisle at Signadou
Chapel in Watson to marry the love of her life.
The groom, Robert Black, took Amelia to be
his wife in a ceremony conducted by Father
Mark Croker, with 135 guests watching on.
The bride's dress incorporated elements of
crystal and pearl, with a full-length veil
featuring handmade lace.
"My favourite part of my outfit was the way
it brought together all the special, talented
women in my life; my mum, sister Caroline and
Nana helped me fit and finish the dress.
My sister Caroline helped me hand-make
the veil, my pearls and lace belonged to my
grandmother and great grandmother and my
wrap was knitted by my mother-in-law Annette.
It just made it so perfect and so special,"
Mrs Black said.
On her ring finger was the heirloom diamond
and ruby engagement ring belonging to Mr
Black's grandmother -- bestowed upon her
during sunset on Darwin Harbour, after eight
Amelia and her bridesmaids and flower girl
carried bouquets of Australian native flowers
and miniature roses, and the bride wore fresh
flowers in her hair.
The reception dinner was held at Gold Creek
Station in Hall, with country-style dancing until
very late", to music played by the groom's
father and friends.
The happy couple are now on a three-month
camping honeymoon, and are currently near
Broome in Western Australia.
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