A paralyzed journalist drives again to r Adelaide
The journalist Charles Brice, who was paralyzed by a motorcycle accident nearly 10 years ago, did a grandiose drive with a manual drive to raise money for research on spinal injuries. Early in the morning, he arrived at Victoria Adelaide’s park in his modified pedal-driven car, receiving encouraging feedback from expecting relatives and friends. Brice said, it was hard drive, he is exhausted but happy, because of his family and relatives' support. He drove 300 km with other drivers, the same distance he took from the place of accident to Adelaide's hospital in 2010. He was injured hardly after the crash, s a result he got severed spinal cord and broken neck and lost the opportunity to walk. Brice spent 2 months in the hospital and more than a year in rehabilitation, and the doctors told him that he would begin to paralyze.
A squad of riders reached the finish line at Victoria Park in Adelaide this afternoon, and the trip raised over $ 70,000. Brice hopes that money can help with research that can help him and other people walk again.
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A group of cyber-detectives from Adelaide took out a “hackathon" of missing persons, finding a large amount of information to investigate the police. There haven't been events like this in Australia yet, they were only in the US and Canada, there they helped to find missing people. It was attended by over 350 “ethical hackers” who gathered in 10 locations across the country to get information on 12 cases of colds in Australia. The Adelaide team found 97 new cases to be provided to the police for investigation. Team member Ben Cornish said social media provides the greatest opportunity to search for new information.
The commissioner Bruce Lander informs, that poor records at SA Health make it not easy to detect corruption. He had earlier confirmed about his confidence of corruption in the health system of South Australia and a bad documentation worsened its search. Earlier this year Mr Lander sent a letter to the Health Minister Stephen Wade, where he asks money for the researches of corruption, and says it damages administration in the health system. Mr Lander also said, he can help the agency recoup far more than the cost of the inquiry.
Treasurer Rob Lucas answered Lander, they have already provided ICAC with additional funding of $14.5 million and the government can't give them now more money for additional needs.
Some Jonathan Bakewell killed and raped 20 year old Anne-Marie Culleton in 1988. He had been sentenced to spend th rest of his life behind bars, but in 2016 he came out of jail and was taken back after violating releasing conditions by using drugs. Now he's going to be free again and sent from Darwin to Adelaide, where his sick father lives.
His victim's sister is shocked because of the Court's desicion, she fought for a long time for Bakewell to be behind bars for all his life and now she's afraid of women's unsafety in the district, where the rapist will live. She says, Bakewell is a nightmare for every woman, he took drugs, when he killed Anne-Marie, and did it then again. In return, the Court considers Bakewell not dangerous for the community, as he was relatively quiet during parole and he will be regularly observed, because of his serious diseases: cancer and sclerosis.
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On Sunday not far from the town of Sedan woman Deborah Pilgrim from Adelaide was missing after a party with her friends. She had been last seen at 6 AM. Deborah said, she had just gone for a walk and hadn't noticed, she lost her way. She thought, people would count, she was kidnapped or something loke that, so Deborah stayed at the same place. Mr Marriott, who owns a house there, watched the recording from his camera, and saw an inscription 'SOS' on the ground of his driveway. He called police, they found a jacket, belonging to Mrs Piligrim. Later police found the lady approximately 7 km grom the place of the party. The Constable said, a hufe area was observed, so it's wonderful result. Mrs Piligrim was sent home in good health.
This year on June the driver Alexander Campbell has killed 15 year old pedestrian Sophia Naismith in Adelaide. The court has forbidden him to drive a car anymore. But recently Campbell's lawyer asked the court to change their decision and to allow the killer driving, because his wife, who drove him to and from work, is pregnant now and can do it no more. He added, thet neither drugs nor alcohol took place, whe the accident happened. But the asking was rejected, because Mr Campbell, according to prosecutors' words 'poor' driving history. He was charged for street-racing in 2010 and has been delievered with 18 expiation notices since 2002. The prosecutor says, police considers him threatening for the traffic. The judge gave Alexander Campbell an opportunity to drive only to his work. He is waited for in the court in January.
During the examinations, it became known, that more than 30 buildings in South Australia are not safety, one of those is The Mount Barker Medical Centre. One of the businessmen in Adelaide said his company is situated in the building with flammable aluminium cladding. The government keeps people in ignorance about safety of their houses and gives no comments. An audit has recently showed, that some houses in Adelaide need to be fixed immediately and also need money from the government to remove flammable claddings.
Infrastructure Minister Stephan Knoll, in return, refused to take money from the government and adds, that SA councils had to provide necessary steps for the residents' safety. The Council doesn't admit the houses dangerous for living in. Anyway, some other Councils succeeded in removing flammable claddings.
The councillor Phil Martin demands truth to be revealed by the government, and adds, it can't build public confidence hiding information.
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Three men are struggling to survive after two of them were allegedly stabbed with a weapon of unknown origin, and the third was bashed with a hammer. According to the reports, emergency services reached two homes on Lytton Road in Hemmant in Brisbane's east at around 3 AM on Saturday and found four injured men. The paramedics took two fo them to Princess Alexandra Hospital as they were in critical condition. One of them suffered shoulder injuries while others suffered from abdominal injuries. The third man was taken to Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital.
The officials said that he has been hit on the head with a hammer and is fighting for his life. The fourth one is now in stable condition with abdominal injuries. The police said that they are investigating the matter.
According to the reports, the police had charged an Iraqi national over smuggling venture, which resulted in the deaths of 350 people when one of his boats sank in International waters in 2001. The 43-year-old man was taken into custody at Brisbane Airport on Friday. He will be extradited to New Zealand. He was taken to court before Brisbane Magistrate on Saturday and was sent to remand till October 31st.
The police said that he is a part of a syndicate that took payments from the passengers and promised them to send them to Indonesia. They also promised them accommodation and transport. However, the boat carrying hundreds of people sank in the international waters before they could reach the destination. According to the police, he will be presented in court on 31st October.
A tourist made an alarming discovery when she picked a discarded plastic bottle to throw in dustbin on Sydney’s Brighton-Le-Sands beach. The police said in the report that when the tourist spotted the camera in a plastic water bottle to film mothers and sisters on a beach, she called the police. Michelle Montcourt, from Mexico, was the one who found the camera while sunbathing on the south end of the beach.
She said he threw a water bottle behind her and walked away. When she picked the bottle to throw in a dustbin, she saw him running off. At this time, she noticed the camera. St George Police has confirmed receiving the complaint and said that the investigation is underway. The device seems to be made by a professional.
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Zwingerteichpark: die Sanierung ist geplant
Das Funktionsgebäude der Semperoper Dresden hat viele verschiedene Mängel, unter ihnen sind die Fassadendämmung und verkrustete Leitungen. Das war ein Grund der Sanierung, die vom Staatsbetrieb Sächsisches Immobilien und Baumanagement (SIB) geplant ist.
Aber hier entsteht ein Problem: für die zweijährigen Bauarbeiten braucht man einen Ersatzbau. Für das große Gebäude müssten dort die Bäume weichen und diese Tatsache sieht man in der Stadtverwaltung sehr kritisch.
Ein Antrag zu diesem Gebäude muss in dem Umweltamt liegen, aber er ist nicht noch dort. Das SIB sagt, dass es nur die Entwicklungsphase ist.
Die Abstimmungen des Standortes sind noch nicht abgeschlossen.
Aber die Dresdner Grünen möchten es genau wissen. Sie sorgen um die Bäume im Zwingerteichpark. Der Interimsbau kann einige Meter neben der Platane entstehen. Sie müsste dann weichen, sorgt Stadtrat Thomas Löser (47, Grüne).
Aber die Nähe zur Semperoper ist für das Gebäude notwendig, damit die Künstler, die sich dort einkleiden und geschminkt werden, in die Oper mit trockenen Füßen kommen.
A senior citizen who was having an account with PMC died on Saturday, He was a resident of Suburban Mulund. It is the fifth death which is related to PMC bank and their account holders whose money was trapped due to RBI restrictions.
The Family members of the senior citizen claimed that the dead were not due to PMC bank imposing restrictions and it was a natural death. Arora's relative said that he was not dependent on PMC bank money, So far four deads have been reported due to PMC bank fraud case.
Another Incident is from Mulund where an 83-year-old man who had his family member's money deposited in bank died since they could not arrange money for his heart surgery. Before these two account holders have died due to cardiac arrest and one doctor have committed suicide.
The crisis at the bank is being attributed to loans given to realty player HDIL and the fraud committed by them.
ISLAMABAD: The government has begun to develop its strategy to deal with JUI-F Leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman's Azadi March and considers the possibility of calling in the federal capital's armed forces.
On October 31, Maulana Fazl will march on Islamabad to "upper the PTI government," accusing her of coming to power through rigged elections. All major opposition parties have already declared their support for the demonstrations, including PML-N, PPP, ANP and PkMAP. According to sources, the government should call the army under Article 245 of the Constitution if the talks between a government committee and Fazl remain unsuccessful. Reports said a meeting on law and order at the home of Prime Minister Imran Khan in Bani Gala addressed various options to combat the march