‘Looking Back’,  Oil on canvas,  90x90cm,  2012

Hi…sorry haven’t posted for a while..soooo busy.

Well here’s my latest painting in the religion inspired series from the Pantheon, Rome.it explores my response to sharing a religious space with groups of random moving people Searching for something. Looking back on life's decisions and experiences and focusing on moving forward to the future.


David Oldaker Employment Information

David Oldaker Employment Information

David Oldaker is the Managing Director of Citywide Investigations and is a highly experienced surveillance operative, also in undercover operations, “STING” operations and high risk surveillance where arrests may be required and have been required in the past.  David is also fully licensed to train & assess across the security & investigations industry amongst others.

Holds Nationally recognised qualifications in:

  • Security (Crowd Control)
  • Security (Guarding)
  • Security Operations
  • Security & Risk Management
  • Investigations
  • Government (Investigations)
  • Government (Fraud Control)
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Training and Assessment
  • Workplace Level 2 first-aid
  • Advanced Diploma in Business
  • Advanced Diploma in Management
  • Victoria MR Heavy Vehicle License
  • Victorian Motorcycle License
  • Victorian Investigators License
  • Victorian Security License
  • Victorian Crowd Control License
  • Victorian Work Safe forklift License
  • Victorian Private Security Trainer

Email David or call 1300 SPY NOW (1300 779 669) or finally on his mobile 0432 499 425

Ryan Oldaker, 7, hands out lemonade while her sister Taylor, 9, collects money at a stand to benefit Children’s Hospital outside their home in South Fayette on Monday, July 20, 2015. The kids have been out every day this summer that weather has permitted and their parents will be matching each dollar they earn. Allison Farrand/Post-Gazette

Welcome to The Ark: Luxury airport terminal just for animals

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Welcome to The Ark: Luxury airport terminal just for animals

Jet-setting stallions and high-flying hounds at New York’s Kennedy Airport can look forward to a new luxury terminal that will handle the more than 70,000 animals flying in and out every year. The ARK at JFK, its name inspired by Noah’s biblical vessel, will more than measure up to terminals for humans: Horses and cows will occupy sleek, climate-controlled stalls with showers, and doggies will lounge in hotel suites featuring flat-screen TVs. A special space for penguins will allow them mating privacy. The ARK is billed as the world’s first air terminal for animals.

A lot of our design making is in collaboration with veterinarians and consultants to help minimize the amount of stress placed on the animal.

Lachlan Oldaker

Set to open next year, the $48 million, 178,000sq ft shelter and quarantine facility will take in every kind of animal imaginable - even an occasional sloth or aardvark. Until Kennedy’s ARK opens, animals in transit will continue to be handled at the airport’s ageing 10,000ft Vetport, built in the 1950s. Lachlan Oldaker, an Oklahoma-based equine specialist and key member of the architectural team, called The ARK “an enormous leap forward.” She asaid: “The design allows planes to taxi directly to the building, so horses can be transported in a seamless fashion that reduces stress.” The ARK is being built on the site of an unused cargo terminal that has been demolished.

Our veterinarians have often been in a position of having to arrange transport for many of our traveling patients at all hours of the day and night, and will look forward to working with The ARK to make this experience better for everyone involved.

Dr. Richard Goldstein, the chief medical officer at New York’s Animal Medical Center