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Bruiser the koala in a basket with his leg upright and bandaged Acupuncture for Bruiser the koala complements treatment following brutal dog attack If you were to glance at the green laundry basket on vet Ilona Hudson's floor, all you may see is an oversized clump of gum leaves and a giant grey ball of fluff. Look a few more moments and you'll realise the fluff is sleeping. It has ears, a long dark nose, and two thumbs on each paw complemented by large claws. Bruiser the koala has spent months bound to this basket after a horrific dog attack in Port Stephens, New South Wales, left him unable to walk, climb, or even sit on tree branches. "Unfortunately for Bruiser, his injuries were so bad, they are classic injuries of both a dog attack and a car accident all rolled into one," carer and director of Port Stephens Koalas Julie Jennings said. "His knee was dislocated so badly the surgery that was involved in fixing him up was a first for the vet on a koala. "It's also meant that his convalescence was unusually long to allow for his ligaments [and muscles] to start mending." Photo: Bruiser has had to live in a basket for months following the attack. (Supplied: Julie Jennings) During his most recent visit to Noah's Ark Veterinary Services in Medowie, Dr Hudson looks at how he has been recovering and his muscle movement, and gives him a treatment plan with exercises. As with many other animals before, the vet pulls out the needles needed for the session but they are not syringes, they are smaller than that, and instead of just one, there are boxes full. The Australian marsupial is about to cross paths with ancient Chinese medicine. "Acupuncture is no different in koalas as it is in humans," said Dr Hudson, a qualified animal chiropractor and acupuncturist.

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Sánchez, hoy, al entrar en el juzgado. El presidente de la Diputaci�n de Alicante, ante el juez por la denuncia de una empleada C�sar S�nchez est� acusado por una trabajadora del Ayuntamiento de Calp de malversaci�n y coacci�n carlos l�pez soria | d�nia12.07.2018 |10:28 S�nchez, hoy, al entrar en el juzgado.C. L. El presidente de la Diputación de Alicante, César Sánchez, ha acudido esta mañana al juzgado de Dénia para prestar declaración como investigado en el juicio por la denuncia que presentó una empleada municipal del ayuntamiento por supuestos delitos de malversación y coacción. El juez decretó hasta en dos ocasiones el archivo de la causa al no apreciar indicios de delito, aunque la Audiencia Provincial de Alicante decretó a finales de junio la reapertura del caso y citó como investigado al propio Sánchez. A su llegada al juzgado, el presidente de la Diputación de Alicante se ha mostrado tranquilo. Ha acudido acompañado de su abogado, el director del gabinete de Presidencia de la diputación, Juan Bautista Roselló, y una trabajadora del ayuntamiento de Calp. A su salida, el también alcalde de Calp se ha mostrado tranquilo y ha indicado que confía "plenamente en la justicia", una frase que ha repetido en varias ocasiones al ser preguntado por los periodistas. Respecto al futuro de su situación y al tiempo que llevará a la juez del caso continuar con la investigación o cerrarla, el mandatario de Calp ha indicado que "la justicia tiene sus tiempos y hay que respetarlos".

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