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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.
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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.
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.
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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.
Two years ago a weird fence with teddy bears was built by a radio host Andrew "Cosi" Costello.on one of South Australia's major regional highways. Some people didn't mind it, because it was sort of a landmark, someone complained, as DPTI has reduced allowed velocity for cars. Since its beginning, fence has grown up to the length of 1 km, as other people added new and new bears.
Today the builder of the fence shared in a social media a photo of a destroyed teddy-bear-fence. He said, he understoo d complaints about reducing speed, but criticize those actions. The attempt of fence's destruction had already taken place before, but now the bears are cut and thrown around. So, Costello installed cameras next to his fence and has now clear shots of the vandals.
Bridgestone World Solar Challenge has arranged a racein Australia. More than 3000 students from different countries and schools will take part in he competition. The feature is, that participants will drive from Darwin to Adelaide by ecologically clean solar vehicle. By the way, the students by themselves created and tested the cars. Anyway, the vehicle is being checked by the BWSC Scientific Faculty, which guarantees safety for moving in Australia. Energy of the vehicle is enough for 50 hours driving, other energy will be received from the sun. The competition has started on October 13 at 7 AM near the Darwin government building. Such contests take place each two years.
There are 9 control stops between Adelaide and Darwin, where leader change and the participants can find out all the necessary information about their location, weather, and fix some car problems, if they take place. Every day the drivers stop their journeys at 5 PM and have some rest. After 3000 km the drive finishes in Victoria Square, right in the center of Adelaide. There you can see real celebration.
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge allows people to find out more about solar vehicle, develop and create new transport, which is safe for our planet.
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One of the senior-most Authority in the Australian churches Glenn Davies has informed all the activists who are in favour of same-sex marriage to “Please Leave” rather than protests and press for changes in the laws and reforms to “satisfy the lusts and pleasure of the World.” The Archbishop from Sydney used his presidential address to the Sydney Anglican diocese assembly to speak in against the same-sex marriage.
He said that the Church could not bless same-sex marriage because it is a sin, and it cannot be blessed in a Church. The Church has repeatedly said that they believe that “marriage is between a man and a woman.” However, these beliefs of Church is not popular amongst the citizens of Australia and neither consistent with the Marriage law of the country after the amendment of Marriage Act in 2018.
An increase in the supply of the house and the slow growth of wages has put a descending pressure on the investment and rental market some of the most affordable suburbs of Sydney. The biggest annual fall has been recorded in the rental market in over a decade according to a recent report. The prices have dropped by almost 25% in the suburbs that have taken the biggest fall.
The west and South-west parts of the cities which provided the cheapest rents in the city have seen a significant decline throughout the year. Nine out of the ten suburbs, which can be referred to as the most affordable have seen massive price drops in their rents. The research said that the reason for the decline was the large numbers of buildings that were built but didn’t have enough tenants to fill the apartments.
The LNP council of Brisbane took a tough decision against the members of Extinction Rebellion. The Council has banned the activists from the group from using their libraries and other facilities of the Council. The ban will disallow the members of the group from using their facilities in organizing their protests. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner put an urgency motion in a council meeting on Tuesday.
He argued that the facilities of the Council are not suitable places for organizing the meetings of establishments that are in support of illegal activities. The motion also said that Extinction Rebellion falls under this category. Schrinner added that the group that had repeatedly blocked traffic in different parts of the World and have disrupted the city actively due to their protests. The environmental activist, therefore, should no longer be allowed to use the Council’s facilities. The ban also includes some of the council parks in addition to the libraries.
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Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Thursday that Pakistan was playing a significant role in promoting peace, security and stability in the region and beyond in pursuit of its foreign policy objectives. "We don't see our battle for protection as a zero-sum game. Rather, we believe in win - win outcomes, optimizing benefits for all," the Foreign Minister said during a discussion on ' ' Pakistan's Foreign Policy ' in his address to Air University students.
The Foreign Minister expressed hope that the positive approach of Pakistan would be reciprocated by other countries to set a new momentum for stability, development and prosperity.
Qureshi said Pakistan concentrated on the domestic goals of people-centered economic development and the establishment of a welfare state, while the defining construction remained a "peaceful neighborhood" on the external front. "We believe there is tremendous potential to grow and we can infuse economic dynamism internally in Pakistan and throughout the region with modern, realistic and liberal policies," he said.
During their visit to the City on Thursday (today), Lahore Police formulated foolproof security plan to protect the couple of Royal Family.
SOS Children's Village, Aitchison School, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Center, Badshahi Mosque, Minar-e-Pakistan, and National Cricket Academy will be visiting. On Wednesday, DIG Operations Ashfaq Ahmad Khan held a meeting with Royal Family's security team here. The officers addressed the plan in depth to prevent unnecessary accidents. Sources said the British royal security team would protect the inner cordon of the road while Lahore police would look after most of the route's outer cordons and venues. Sources said Royal Family Security Team was pleased with the Lahore Police arrangements. Most of the security plan was kept secret because of the situation's sensitivity.
LAHORE: The Lahore Intermediate and Secondary Education Board (BISE) announced that the 2019 Intermediate Supplementary Examinations will start today (Tuesday, 15 October 2019). BISE Lahore spokesman confirmed this.
The spokesman said a total of 40,935 candidates will appear in the 1st and 2nd year (Intermediate Part-I and Part-II) supplementary examination. A total of 72 exam centers are set up for additional review, the spokesman for BISE said.