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1. Chiropractor temporarily banned from treating children after video goes viral.
The chiropractor who manipulated the spine of a four-day-old baby in a video that went viral has been temporarily banned from treating children.
Dr Ian Rossborough from Parkdale in Melbourne may face tougher penalties reports The Herald Sun with the Chiropractic Board of Australia expected to hold a hearing into his conduct.
Dr Rossborough performed a chiropractic procedure on a newborn in a video that then went viral where he performed a manoeuvre on the spine of a four-day-old baby, after her parents allegedly said she had colic and reflux.
It prompted Health Minister Jill Hennessy to call for more regulations for chiropractors performing “unproven and potentially unsafe” procedures on infants.
The Herald Sun reports that Dr Rossborough’s medical registration says he is prevented from assessing, performing, formulating a management plan or providing any manual therapy including manipulation of the spine to anyone under 18.
The ban, reports The Age will stays in force until June 2 while the Chiropractic Board of Australia it investigates his conduct.
2. PM faces pub test in Darwin.
The Prime Minister faced voters in Darwin last night at a ‘politics in the pub’ event alongside the Liberal MP Natasha Griggs who holds the seat of Solomon by a 1.4 per cent margin.
The ABC spoke to some of the locals who questioned him with one saying the PM was “eloquent and very well spoken, definitely very persuasive.”
Another said Mr Turnbull’s $15 million pledge to bring a PET cancer diagnosis scanner to Darwin was “huge”.
“It’s close to a lot of people,” she said.
But another said the PM was “just rolling out rote notes on the policy, playing the policy line.”
3. Missing Sinead O’Connor found safe after making headlines overnight.
Singer Sinead O’Connor, who was reported missing in Chicago, promoting a large police response and search has been found safe.
Police said overnight they were “seeking to check the well-being” of the 49-year-old.
Police were called after O’Connor “left the Wilmette area” for a bicycle ride at 0600 local time on Sunday, and had not returned after more than a day.