They appear to have gained a powerful ally in their campaign, with Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione launching an inquiry into the regulation of bottle shops and links between take away alcohol sales and rates of domestic violence. And new research has found that Australian children are commonly exposed to, and sometimes harmed by, the heavy drinking of their parents, family members and friends at social occasions. The council report says there are no NSW planning laws that prevent bottle shops being built near schools, although the council is considering changes to zoning laws.
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Born in Port Arthur, Texas on June 26, 1914 to immigrant Norwegian parents, Mildred Didriksen (later changed to “Didrikson”) fell in love with sports at an early age. In her autobiography, This Life I’ve Led, Babe wrote, “I played with boys rather than girls. I preferred baseball, football, foot racing and jumping with the boys, to hop scotch and jacks and dolls, which were about the only things girls did.” When she was a child, she joined her brothers and some other neighborhood kids for a game of baseball.