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Desalination plant is going to be opened in Adelaide by the end of the week. It is one of the steps to fight the drought in the region. More than one million people will receive desalinated water in their taps. The opening of the plan has an aim to open farmers, who were adversely affected by the drought, in South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. It will considerably save water from Murray Darling Basin.
The plant is expected to turn 40 giga-litres of salt water into drinking in a half of the year. It will satisfy all Adelaide's needs in winter and summer. Moreover, the residents will not pay for water, though the plant cost about $2 billion.
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A worker of one of the Adelaide's malls noticed little kittens in the garden bed on Sunday. She reported to the RSPCA and the kittens were secure and accommodated. It turned out that some couple left them in the garden of Tea Tree Plaza shopping center, they were recorded by the cameras. They show, how a man and a woman pass garden, leaving there in the plants, at first, one, and then the second kitten. The seven-year-old kittens are now in the RSPCA headquarters and are available for everyone, who wants to take them. And the couple , who threw them away, may be sentenced to two years in prison or the fine of 20,000 dollars.
At the beginning of the year a lot of bus routes and buses themselves were removed from Adelaide's roads. Now one of the politicians Peter Malinauskas informs, that people travel with public transport much less than at the same time in previous year, the difference is more than 200,000 drives. It had been done to spare more money in the city's budget. But present situation shows disadvantages of the cutting more than a thousand transport routes in the city. Since January numerous complaints about buses came to the government.
Moreover, the government stopped building of a new railway and informed, they are going to privatise Adelaide's tram and metro assistance. By the way, since summer the government has decreased the fare for using transport, but now everyone has to pay the full fare, even when they travel short length. Josephine Buckhorn, the leader of public transport service, advises people to use the underground as it is a bit hard now to provide the city with enough buses. In return, city dwellers complain about constantly unstable schedule.
Ms Buckhorn adds, many politicians are trying to deter people to use public transport and by it they lose their clients.
On Sunday an awful car crash has happened in Adelaide at Modbury North. It was recorded by a watching driver. A guilty driver crossed the road on a red light, and smashed into a wagon with four people inside. The witness, who recorded the accident, said his car shivered right away after the crash. One couple survived. They said, all that they could hear before the moment of the crash was 'Oh my..!', the women hadn't even finished the phrase, when the Holden Astra with a 56-year-old woman at the driver's seat cannoned into them. Now she is in the hospital after the operation with severe cuts and critical condition. Police are going to interview her more and to continue inquiry.
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The conflict about a noisy cockatoo has recently taken place in Adelaide. A woman complained about screeching in her neighborhood and put the law on her neighbors. Not only the bird annoyed her, but a constantly barking dog, shouting kids and whistling parents. The District Court denied the action and informed the complaints are not enough for charging. In return, an accused family told about a steadily complaining lady, she has called police numerous times because of miserable motives.
At first the court sentenced her to pay $11,000 fine because of harassment, but later they denied this decision. Her lawyer confirmed that even her steady harassment wasn't enough for that punishment.
At the beginning of September a 23-year-old man disappeared. Some days ago the body of Dylan Bartlett has been found in Adelaide's south. Police arranges a report to the court, but the circumstances of the death are still unknown, so it makes the case confusing.
Bartlett's mate Lochlan Mortimer-Shearer also died earlier, but because of the car accident during a police pursuance in 2016 and was found near the river. Mr Bartlett appreciated, admired his friend and grieved.
Bartlett's friends and family said, they had lost a person with a good heart. On Monday his body was discovered by officers inside a vent at Noarlunga Center.
For the first time Black Friday, the day of crazy sales at the end of November, is about to come to Adelaide. On November 29 all the shops in the city will be able to be open till the late night. Some stores, as Westfield Shopping Centre will work constantly till morning. All over the world this day starts shopping for Christmas.
Treasurer Rob Lucas allowed drawn-out selling hours for the day of Black Friday. He gave a privilege for shoppers to shop 'til they drop and get. Most of city residents supported the idea, which is world-widespread. By the way, it would give some opportunities for those, who wants to work, and would positively affect South Australian economics.
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The body of alleged killer of two men has been found.
On Wednesday at the building site in the west of Sydney a 76-year-old man and his son died because of knife wounds. It was supposed that the killer was Vladimir Kondakov. The 49-year-old Russian was searched and asked by NSW police to plead guilty. But yesterday the body of Kondakov has been discovered in one of the Sydney's parks. His death was claimed by police. The officers say it is obviously him.
Kondakov had been working at the building company for a short time and had no troubles before the cruel attack.
In last Saturday's memorable comeback of United over Melbourne, United chased the game after Mitch Duke curled the Wanderers in front after five minutes.
United soon scored an equalizer, and in the second half took the lead to obtain the victory.
In the end, United bounced the visitors into second on the Hyundai A-League table.
Duke curls the Wanderers ahead
After the match started, United found themselves dawdling in just five minutes. Mitch Duke planted an impressive effort and sent the ball into the bottom corner.
Durante draws United level
United delivered a rapid-fire response to Wanderer's effort. This time it was an incredible header from Andrew Durante at the back post, which finally restored parity.
Appiah strikes for United
Appiah took a great first touch to control Ersan Gulum's ball before turning and placing the ball into the corner to give United the lead.
The lockout laws in Sydney are almost being lifted. As a result, we are assured renewal of Sydney nightlife
I rarely stay out past midnight these days, so the lockout was never an issue to me.
The real issue to me was - and remains - the pack of drunken 20-somethings, I would occasionally find myself encircled by if I wander out beyond my close-down hour. There is a lot of vomit at the footpath and screaming and young girls and boys. Drunken boys running into oncoming traffic may be due to some stupid dare.
Sydney's nightlife's biggest problem is far broader than the laws which were designed to restrain violence on the streets.
Looking at Melbourne, one only needs to spend a few days there to apprehend just how much better people there have it when it comes to going out, meeting people, and letting one's hair down beyond the age of 35.
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Kolkata: Congress leader Sanmoy Banerjee has been sent to police custody in a cybercrime matter. Sanmoy Banerjee runs a popular YouTube channel "Banglar Barta" airing political commentary mostly critical of the Mamta Banerjee government.
His channel grown to 83,000 subscribers in the first three months, and has accumulated over one crore views.
Mr. Banerjee was arrested for comments against the chief minister and her nephew which were defamatory. His family members have protested against the way he was arrested, equating it to kidnapping.
Police said in the complaint filed there was no mention of the chief minister. However, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, attacked Mamta Banerjee, saying, "Didi, such ugly attacks will not weaken our resolve. I condemn such a shameful act of political violence. I urge Bengal Congress workers to come out on the street in protest against the kidnap of Sanmoy Babu".
В полицию поступил звонок о подозрительном предмете в торговом центре «Мандарин», как сообщила пресс-служба Краснодарского края.
Правоохранители, прибывшие на место происшествия обследовали территорию торгового центра и обнаружили что данный предмет не представляет угрозы для жизни посетителей. Торговый центр «Мандарин» работает в обычном режиме. Подобное происшествие произошло месяц назад в ТЦ «Ашан». В зоне кассы была обнаружена коробка. Охрана гипермаркета в срочном порядке эвакуировала из здания пятьсот человек. На место прибыла экстренная служба.
Как позже установилось, что в коробке находились электронные весы, которые забыла одна из посетительниц магазина. Полиция связалась с женщиной, и она забрала коробку.
Так же, неделей ранее, из ТЦ «Галерея Краснодар» были эвакуированы посетители из за пожара в кафе, где загорелась пища на плите.
Kolkata: 400 kg of illegal crackers were seized on the Naka checking near the city border. The crackers were coming to Kolkata from Champahati and Nangi.
Police commissioner Anuj Sharma ordered to seized the illegal crackers across the city.
Around 269 kg of illegal crackers were recovered by the Patlu police. On average, the cracker's price of Rs 250 which is causing air and noise pollution are seized.
Pollution Control Board has been informed by the police about the seized firecrackers. Their officers collected illegal firecrackers and destroyed.
Citizens are warned repeatedly against noise pollution."Police will begin sensitizing people from Saturday. This being a weekend, we can reach out to maximum people," another police officer added, This year, the focus is on developing a Green Diwali, he added. Police will keep a close watch in areas notorious for bursting illegal crackers.