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Now it’s Aussie John

31 Aug 2010

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Local physiotherapist John Bradshaw was recently granted Australian citizenship at a ceremony at Melbourne Town.

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle presented the Dock 5 resident with his certificate of citizenship on May 12. Cr Doyle also gave John an Aussie flax plant after he stated his pledge to Australia and sang Waltzing Matilda and Advance Australia Fair.

John is very proud to now be called an Australian and, of course, calls Docklands home. Although he has retained his American citizenship, John believes Australia is a great country and is proud to be able to participate as an Australian citizen.

So whether you need an Australian or American physiotherapist in Docklands, or whether you need both at the same time, John can meet your requirements at New Energy Physiotherapy on Merchant Street. Choruses of Advance Australia Fair and Star-Spangled Banner can now be heard daily in the clinic.

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