Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients with the finest USDA Prime beef. They focus on every detail so you’ll savor every bite. With Fleming’s 100® award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass, you can discover the perfect wine for every mood. Fleming's also offers Private Dining Rooms that can easily accommodate any size group. At Fleming's every visit is filled with indulgent possibilities.



The final "Flemings Food Stores" logo was launched in the early 1990s [1]. From the late 1990s, Flemings stores were internally rebranded to Woolworths featuring the same marketing materials and the same home brand products. The external branding didn't change until the late 2000s. Some Flemings stores closed and the remaining were rebranded as Woolworths or Woolworths Metro. The last of these were the Pendle Hill store which was refurbished and rebranded Woolworths in late 2009. Umina Beach on the Central Coast closed on 17 June 2010 and was replaced by a Woolworths, opposite the old Flemings store. The Bexley North store was rebadged as a Woolworths Metro store in 2017.

lysozyme, an antibacterial enzyme found in tears and saliva, guaranteed him a place in the history of bacteriology. But it was his discovery of penicillin in 1928, which started the antibiotic revolution, that sealed his lasting reputation. Fleming was recognized for that achievement in 1945, when he received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, along with Australian pathologist arsphenamine (Salvarsan), a drug effective against syphilis that was discovered by German scientist Paul Ehrlich in 1910. During World War I, Fleming had a commission in the Royal Army Medical Corps and worked as a bacteriologist studying wound infections in a laboratory that Wright had set up in a military hospital housed in a casino in Boulogne, France. There he demonstrated that the use of strong antiseptics on wounds did more harm than good and recommended that the wounds simply be kept clean with a mild saline solution. Fleming returned to St. Mary’s after the war and was promoted to assistant director of the Inoculation Department. Years later, in 1946, he succeeded Wright as principal of the department, which was renamed the Wright-Fleming Institute. (Source:


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