Mungo Man

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A 40,000–68,000 year old male skeleton—Pleistocene epoch—found in the Lake Mungo dig in New South Wales, and the oldest human fossil in Australia
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As a result of the opinions of the last five doctors, LM3 made application to the Court of Appeal to reverse the decision of the court at first instance and the application to free LM1 and LM2 for adoption was adjourned pending the outcome.
In February 2006, LM3 gave birth to a third child (SM).
It was agreed that, subject to proposed work to be undertaken by LM3, all three children would be reunited with their mother at varying times to be determined by their needs.
Since the summer of 2006, LM3 had participated in a Trust training programme which resulted in her being reunited with SM together with much increased contact, including overnight unsupervised staying contact, with LM1 and LM2.
Organizations can use THINQ's LM3 to perform their own analysis and planning, or invoke it as part of a comprehensive "LM3 Impact Assessment and Effectiveness Review" by THINQ's professional services organization or other trained strategic consulting partners.
THINQ and TrainingServer are registered trademarks, and LM3 is a trademark, of THINQ Learning Solutions, Inc.
Mrs Davidson said if the LM3 work was to have an impact on Northumberland's policies, staff would have to adopt a new way of thinking.
Hence Northumberland is one of two councils in the UK piloting LM3 which is basically a way of measuring how leaky a local authority's bucket is.
Adam Wilkinson, social enterprise manager with Northumberland County Council says: "From a county perspective, LM3 is a very important measuring tool.
LM3 works by local authorities surveying all their contractors to find out where their income from the council goes next via suppliers, staff, subcontractors and overheads.