If you are logging into the website for the first time, please click here to reset your password first. Mr Carroll said the job of keeping our communities safe can carry very significant psychological costs for the people involved - and their families. These costs include mental ill-health, psychological injuries and, in the worst cases, suicide. Mr Carroll referred to the recent Beyond Blue study of first-responders, which showed that suicidal thoughts among police officers are twice as common than in the general population. Worryingly, police and other emergency services workers are three times more likely to have some sort of suicide plan. The stories were very hard to listen to - but I got a real insight into what it means to go to work every day to keep the community safe — and then come home with a head full of barbed wire without knowing how to talk about it or what to do about it. We are Australians - we respond best to stories. Mr Carroll said the PFA acknowledges that police departments around Australia are also taking up the mental health challenge, albeit in a different form.
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All of the above? Well, we're right there with you. Ease yourself into this revelation by indulging your airwaves with some of the biggest hits that '97 so kindly gifted us Isaac was 16, Taylor was 13 and Zac was only 11! Fun fact: Aqua - originally named Joyspeed - came under fire from Mattel, the makers of Barbie, upon releasing the catchy pop tune. Claiming that they'd made Barbie into a sex object and violated the Barbie trademark, the two sides battled it out in court before the judge threw out the case, ruling that the song was protected by free speech. Why, exactly? Well that famous orchestral riff is actually sampled from the instrumental of The Last Time, a Rolling Stones song released in Because of this, Jagger and Richards get a mention on the credits and Richard Ashcroft lost his composer credits, leading him to tell Rolling Stone the magazine, not the band that Bitter Sweet Symphony was "the best song Jagger and Richards have written in 20 years. Fun fact: This Texas hit has been remixed by none other than
The song is classic 6ix9ine : spitfire verses filled with boasts about himself and taunts to his detractors. A shrewd self-marketer, he immediately told his fans on Twitter how to buy the clothes he wore. Shortly after the song was released, 6ix9ine fired up his Instagram account for a livestreamed rant that lasted about 13 minutes and was seen by as many as two million people. The rapper stood in what seemed to be a small bedroom, with a ceiling fan and a neatly made bed visible behind him. At the start of the livestream, two women with pastel-colored hair danced next to him and helped him remove heavy jewelry.
It was released in as the lead single from his album Keep the Fire. It reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot and number 17 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song features additional vocals by Michael McDonald , who co-wrote the song with Loggins. At one point in the song's evolution, its melody was underway, but the lyrics were incomplete. Loggins moved it forward after a visit to his ailing father, who had undergone a series of surgeries for vascular problems stemming from small strokes and was discouraged at the prospect of another. His perspective on the lyrics then changed: "'I've got it,' I announced to Michael, it's not a love song. It's a life song.