Adelaide motorcyclists bring Christmas c Adelaide
More than 5,000 motorcyclists withstood the heat of Adelaide to spread the much-needed Christmas party throughout the city.
The annual motorcyclist race in South Australia delivers gifts to needy children as families are struggling with finances this holiday season. The endless sea of motorcycles has left Victoria Park, led by a man in red who exchanged a sled for a stroller. Motorcyclists from all walks of life dressed up and took part in the annual event. A charity event collects 70 percent of the organization's annual donations.
“Riders from all walks of life, all styles of motorcycles, we don’t care what you ride today, it repels everything,” said the organizer
Volunteers will now deliver donations ahead of Christmas, hoping to make this holiday unforgettable for families in South Australia.
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The Adelaide Hills were one of the biggest projects in last years. It has lasted since 2016 and finally it is done. It included mainly reconstruction of the bridge from the beginning of the 20th century. It was undertaken to expand the spillway by a median of 33 meters, lift and build up the dam wall and develop the structure's capacity to endure earthquakes. It is known as the old bridge across the Gorge, with almost 30 meters wide structure has not felt light of the sun for almost 100 years, as the dam was flooded 50 years ago while building. Sewerage also meant that thousands of fish should have been detached.
The organization is in the first phases of planning the modernization of Mount Bold, the largest reservoir in South Australia, which has a capacity of almost 50 gigals and currently stands at 54 percent.
Some police officer Waylon Johncock appeared on the video, where he, without clothes, throws stones into a wombat in South Australia not far from Adelaide. The video became popular in October and all the people were shocked because of the policeman's behavior. Later police spokesman agreed that this action was not suitable for an officer, but Johncock is an Aboriginal man and he has permission to kill wombats and eat them, as it is his folk's tradition. The officer still keeps working and this fact confused lots of people. It is known, there were only some discipline moments and advice.
Now wombats in Australia are protected by the government, as the species are in danger.
This summer in Australia has been recently called as the hottest. But there was a new record of temperature fixed near Adelaide in Australian Alps. It is the lowest point of -1 degrees during this summer. The low temperature has caused even falling snow in some towns. Experts say that it is not surprising to see snow in the mountains and it happens almost every December. And the temperature has fallen because of the winds from the south, from Antarctica, as the South Ocean heats very slow, it gave way to cold winds.
The previous record of the lowest temperature was 2.6 degrees in the 1960s in the same region.
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The first racket of the world Australian Ashley Barty will play at the tournament in Adelaide, which will be held January 13-20, 2020.
Also participating will be Simone Halep and nine other top 20 tennis players: Petra Kvitova, Kiki Bertens, Johanna Comte and others. The 28-year-old Briton, who has not played since September due to a knee injury, will enter the court for the first time after losing in the US Open quarterfinal.
Seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams, who received a wild card, will perform in Adelaide for the first time.
The full list of Adelaide International players can be found on the official website.
The merchant ship City of Adelaide which was made in the 19th century has lastly made its last trip to a durable place in Port Adelaide. The ship was one of the quickest ones at that time. It can transfer people from Adelaide to London in 65 days, incredible result then. City of Adelaide has done more than 23 voyages from England to its colony in the second part of the 19th century. In recent past the ship was staying in Adelaide and played as a host for tourists, but without a durable place.
This continued until the decision to transfer City of Adelaide to the second dock, where he would eventually be as an element of the advancement of the village. The ship was, by the way, renamed while staying in Scotland in 1920s until the 21st century, but it returned home with the original name.
A mother in Adelaide has arranged a party for her child in the public park. She brought an illusionist in and now she has to pay a fine of 187 dollars because of hiring him. The Council explains that the party was more than 60 people and was held in the very favored corner of the popular park. And if you hire someone without permission, you take risk to pay the fine, as the woman. The magician himself shared his thoughts in the social media. He says he was asked for permission numerous times now, but earlier nobody cared about someone takes too much place in public parks.
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Last year seahorses, which dwell on the south coast of Australia started to lose their population because of bad living conditions, such as influence of ships and terrible quality of water near Sydney. Near 90% of seahorses have extincted for this time.
However, some young people from technical university in Sydney, from primary industry have begun a new project, first of its kind, to save seahorses of New South Wales. They put 6 couples of these marine creatures into an aquarium and let them breed in safety. As seahorses in the ocean is food for almost everyone. Each of couples has about a hundred of babies. After they had grown up, seahorses would be released into the ocean.
Some experts say it is not a certain guarantee that seahorses could live in the wild nature as there is danger everywhere for them. Anyway, the experiment is worth of attention.
The next week in Sydney is rich in its numerous festivals and events. Find out what is on!
On Sunday a famous pastry cook Anna Polyviou will host a big ceremony of Cheery High Tea. There will be loads of biscuits, cakes and pies and of course get to know how to cook it all. A ticket will cost $65.
If you are fond of art you have to visit BFA exhibition on Sunday as well, which will show works of creative and artistic students. It is a real place of art of the future. Moreover, the entrance is free.
As for Monday, December 9, you may visit the concert of the young musician and songwriter Nilufer Yanya, her music is very peculiar and amazing. A ticket costs $45.
Tuesday in Sydney is for children. They can find out more about cars and create their own vehicles. The exhibition in Museum of Sydney will be extremely interesting for kids.
On Friday you can visit a Christmas music performance in Coliseum Theatre by Sydney Orchestra and David Campbell. Sing familiar good songs along with them!
And on Saturday you should visit a food festival at Green Square and get all the Christmas things you want. There you will find loads of dishes and of course see Santa.
A house was caught on fire on Sankey Street Carina in Brisbane east at around 4 pm on Friday.
Emergency services were called immediately called to Sankey Street in Carina at about four in the evening. On arriving, they found the home was already engulfed in flames.
The flames completely tore through and destroyed the property, and a woman's body was found in the remains of the house.
The firefighters at once responded to the threat and reached the scene. After extinguishing the fire, they searched the house where they found the body of a 46-year-old woman inside the home.
The area was declared a crime scene, and the police are currently investigating the cause of the start of the fire.
The police stated that early indications of the investigation provide the impression that the fire was not suspicious. Still, a full examination of the scene is underway, and the real cause will be known after the investigation will be carried out on Saturday morning.
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West Indies retaliated in second T20, beating India by 8 wickets
In the second T20 match played in Thiruvananthapuram, the West Indies retaliated and defeated India by 8 wickets. With this victory, the West Indies have equalized 1–1. The third T20 will be played in Mumbai on 11 December. The result of the series will be decided in Mumbai.
West Indies captain Kieron Pollard has decided to bowl after winning the toss and has invited India to bat first. Batting first in the second T20 match, Team India scored 170 runs losing 7 wickets in 20 overs and gave the West Indies the target of 171 runs to win. In response, the West Indies beat India by 8 wickets in 18.3 overs. Lendl Simmons was the man of the match. Lendl Simmons scored the highest innings of 67 runs.
Evin Lewis was out after 40 runs. He was stumped by Rishabh Pant off the ball of Washington Sundar. He shared a 73-run partnership for the first wicket with Simmons. Shimron Hetmyer was out after 23 runs in 14 balls. Kohli caught him off Jadeja's ball.
India gave 171 runs target to West Indies
Batting first, Team India scored 170 runs losing 7 wickets in 20 overs and gave the West Indies the target of 171 runs to win. Shivam Dubey scored the highest innings of 54 runs for India. He hit a 30-ball innings with three fours and four sixes. Rishabh Pant scored 33 not out. Kesrick Williams and Hayden Walsh took two wickets each for the West Indies.
A 20 year old boy committed suicide...
A 20-year-old boy resident of Indra Colony Phase-2, committed suicide by hanging himself on a noose, he was upset over a property dispute. After the information, police reached the spot, but no suicide note was found. The family alleged that a case was going on in the court between the youth and the relative regarding the property, in which the accused was applying pressure. On the complaint of family members, the police have registered a case against the accused.
Mohit (20), who lives in Indra Colony Phase-2, Sector-52, worked in a factory in Wazirabad. The house in which he lived in the colony belonged to his distant relative. After his death, another relative of his, Jhajjar resident Jagdish, had also claimed stake in the property over his ownership. The case is under consideration after both the parties knock on the court.
It is alleged that from many days, Mohit was upset over the accused Jagdish property, he was upset. On Thursday, Mohit committed suicide by hanging his house. On Friday, the police registered a case against the accused by conducting a post-mortem of the body.