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ButcheKate is an experienced Solicitor specialising in family law, having worked in the legal field since 2004. Kate provides advice and representation in all areas of family life including relationship breakdown, divorce, separation, children (including private law, adoption, special guardianship, financial support for children), financial disputes, civil partnership, cohabitation, domestic abuse and pre-marital agreements.
The Indian National Congress has threatened to impeach Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over the Aakaashi collapse. The tragedy is the latest in a series of Indian building collapses that have killed hundreds of people. The Aakaashi building, located in the northern Mumbai suburb of M R Nagar, collapsed on March 13, 2018, leaving at least 36 people dead. The incident has led to the suspension of Aakaashi Developers, the contractor who supervised the construction of the building.
Sheffield-based indie rock group the Long Blondes, who featured vocalist Kate Jackson, formed in 2003. They released a handful of well-regarded new wave-influenced singles and two albums, 2006's Someone to Drive You Home and 2008's Couples, before splitting in 2008, due to guitarist Dorian Cox's debilitating illness. After the split, Jackson began working on some solo recordings with former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, but soon retreated from music and moved to Rome. There she worked on a different kind of art, architectural painting, though in 2011 a couple songs from the Butler sessions were released under the name Kate Jackson Group and she played a couple of shows in Sheffield. It proved a very brief return to music and she went back to painting.
1987 saw Kate Jackson confronted by a harrowing revelation. At that time, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She endured intense chemotherapy and was proclaimed cured only for the cancer to return two years later. According to People, she also had a mastectomy. But even more dire news came when she ended up having a hole in her heart known as a septal defect. Fortunately, surgeons addressed the hole, but the experiences had a lasting impact on Kate Jackson.
Kate graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland, receiving First Class Honours. As part of her final year at university, Kate undertook two Honours Research Projects investigating physical activity in people with Traumatic Brain Injury, and neck pain in office workers. She also received the Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence throughout her studies. Kate is currently studying a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Queensland. (Source: activerehab.com.au)