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Protective Eyes in the Skies

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Protective Eyes in the Skies

New South Wales is aiming for safety with more drones flying over its beaches. The drones will help lifeguards spot dangers in the water which will result in earlier action and more lives saved. The push for increased drone presence comes after a trial of drone assistance on the NSW north coast in 2017 and this movement is expected to continue in the coming years. Using new and adaptive forms of technology to improve public safety is becoming more and more common. And it’s something that we really support here at NJM Group. Just like drones are able to help keep p  ...read more

Potential Copycat Ram-Raid in Sussex

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Potential Copycat Ram-Raid in Sussex

A forklift was used to demolish the wall of a co-op supermarket in Sussex last week which resulted in three thieves getting away with an unknown amount of cash from an ATM. The group then abandoned the forklift to escape in another vehicle, leaving what a police spokeswoman said was “Significant damage” inside the store and to its exterior wall. This burglary comes only months after a similar attack on a supermarket in South Morang, Victoria, where thieves used a front-loader tractor to ram-raid an ATM and the entrance of the premises (http://www.australianbollards.com  ...read more

Coles Supermarket Ram-Raided in Seaford

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Coles Supermarket Ram-Raided in Seaford

CCTV captured a ute smashing through the entrance of a milk bar, a Coles supermarket and a smoke shop last week. The footage also shows the vehicle crashing into benches and shopping trollies before ram-raiding the roller door of a smoke shop. Police believe their objective was to steal cigarettes, although they left empty-handed. Although this kind of ram-raid is one of the most common forms of commercial burglary in Australia, there is something that can be done to deter ram-raiders and burglars when it’s most needed. Burglars prefer early-morning ram-raids, as this p  ...read more

Melbourne CBD Bollard Upgrades

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Melbourne CBD Bollard Upgrades

Melbourne will receive $50 million in security upgrades from the Victorian government this year throughout nine sites in Melbourne’s CBD including Queen Victoria Market, Southbank, Southern Cross Station, Federation Square and the State Library. The first upgrade will be the Flinders Street forecourt, which will be widened by up to three meters as early as December. This is expected to ease the course and protection of foot traffic in the area and to compliment the addition of the proposed ANZAC Station near the Shrine of Remembrance. Event Bollards  ...read more

Celebrating Sir Donald Bradman's 110th Birthday

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Celebrating Sir Donald Bradman's 110th Birthday

Today marks Australian cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman’s 110th birthday. His test scores are still incomparable with anyone else who has played the game, making a total of almost 7,000 runs over 52 tests. And his statue can now be found protecting sports fans at Adelaide Oval. At the peak of his career the English cricket team created the Bodyline method of bowling, which was intended to attack the batsman’s body. This offensive hostile method proved difficult for batsmen but not for Bradman, who managed to curb the effect of offensive bowling tactics whic  ...read more

Saving Space For a Fitter Future

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Saving Space For a Fitter Future

Australia’s population continues to rise. Estimates from the United Nations on Wednesday delivered us a number just short of 25 million people, revealing a solid increase of over 300,000 since last year. Our larger cities’ CBD’s and university campuses are certainly noticing the increase. It’s a good thing for both tourism and education that our hot spots are so active but it does raise some issues. Notably, the lack of space for securing of bikes. If there isn’t somewhere to safely chain up bikes people may stop riding them. Less pe  ...read more

Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

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Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

The tram corridor on St Kilda Road and Swanston Street is one of the busiest in the world. It’s also Melbourne’s most crowded and a notorious stop for commuters. The proposed new interchange, named ANZAC Station, will include what the City of Melbourne has called a “super stop”, which will reduce pressure on vehicles, trams and trains by allowing access via four entry points to bike and pedestrian paths, tram stops and a train station, all in the one place. NJM Group supports City of Melbourne taking positive steps towards a cleane  ...read more

Protecting 7-Eleven

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Protecting 7-Eleven

Early on Wednesday morning a gunman entered a Springvale 7-Eleven store with the intent to rob it. The incident ended with an employee being shot in the elbow and the robber fleeing. This has not been a solitary event. Earlier this month, a Richmond 7-Eleven hosted a robbery and last year we saw a terrifying incident where a woman attacked complete strangers with an axe. All of these events occurred during the early hours of the morning. Priding themselves on providing convenience around the clock, 7-Elevens’ 24-hour service policy is an important part of the chai  ...read more

CFA To Ramp Up Security After Wave Of Break-Ins

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CFA To Ramp Up Security After Wave Of Break-Ins

Volunteer-run CFA brigades have been left disappointed after a recent wave of break-ins around rural Victoria. Snake Valley CFA, the most recent victim of the series of thefts, has announced it will be “ramping up” security after chainsaws and firefighting equipment were stolen from its headquarters. Thieves entered the property by ripping at a door handle some time over the weekend before leaving with over $10,000 worth of equipment. Similar burglaries have occurred in at least 10 surrounding areas including Horsham, Napoleons-Enfield, B  ...read more

Green, Mean Protection at the MCG

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Green, Mean Protection at the MCG

Melbourne’s sporting lifestyle means that every weekend, die-hard fans congregate at the MCG or other such venues to watch their club battle it out with the opposition. The congregation of these die-hard fans has significant consequences in terms of the accumulation of plastic rubbish and food waste. Luckily, the MCG have come up with a plan to curb the problem. All plastic and food waste which is left at the MCG will be collected, recycled and turned into protective bollards. The MCG has a plan to produce as many of these bollards as they can to eventually replac  ...read more







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