Brazilian man hit with one-punch assault Brisbane
Almost a fortnight ago, a Brazilian national was knocked out in an alleged one-punch attack died. Ivan Susin, who was 29 years old, died at the Gold Coast University Hospital on Friday. He was allegedly punched at the Gold Coast. Lefoe, the man who knocked him out, is expected to have his charges upgraded to unlawful striking, causing death in his next court appearance. When Ivan was punched, his head smashed against the concrete in the Surfers Paradise nightclub during the small hours of October 2. According to the police report, he was sitting on a bench with some friends Orchid Avenue in Surfers Paradise about 1 am on October 1 when two men approached them. Lefoe, along with his friends, stole a chip from one of Ivan’s friends, which was followed by confrontation. Lefoe was seen fleeing the scene on foot after the incident.
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Dominic Iannotti, who belongs to Prestwick, is going to compete in the INAS Global games that are going to commence tomorrow. INAS global games are one of the world’s most significant high-performance events meant for athletes who have an intellectual impairment. Dominic, who has Asperger syndrome, has coached Prestwick duo Jack Dickson and Frances Smiley recently for the special Olympic medals. And now this 22-year-old is going to Brisbane to win a medal.
Dominic stated that he is looking forward to this experience, and he feels incredible that he is going to be a part of this event. He further said that he has been increasing his match practice sessions at the gym, so he is physically ready to face the challenges.
Dominic is a part of the five-strong Great Britain squad who is going to Brisbane.
Sandgate, Brisbane: A house fire was reported in the morning around 11 am. A fire broke out in a duplex, due to which the Queensland’s Fire and Emergency Services were called.
Firefighters were able to get the blazing fire under control before the unconscious man was located inside the house.
According to the QFES Inspector Simon Evans, the man was found inside his washroom in a frozen state. As informed by the firemen, they had to fight the massive blaze, before they could reach out to the casualties.
60-year-old man was unable to revive, even after paramedics performed CPR for 30 minutes.
The fire had severely damaged the adjoining duplex, resulting in no such casualties.
The cause of the fire remains suspected and under investigation.
Tank St, Brisbane: ‘Slow Ride’ Protest rises in the city on a busy working day, resulting in a disappointed mob.
Activists came out on streets with bicycles resulting in a slow start to the day with jam-packed roads, fast cars, excess traffic and struggle.
More than a dozen activists were seen cycling along Tank St. around the Kurilpa Park.
The leading cause and motive behind the whole morning show were to bring Changing Climate to people’s notice. They even staged a die-in performance depicting the future state of the world if people keep on neglecting the changing environment.
The outcome of the protest was frustrated people, massive social media coverage; entirely against the protest and disrupted the daily working of the city.
Tony Fleming, Queensland Police’s Acting Chief Superintendent added, more disruptions are expected throughout the week.
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Brisbane: Day by day, decrease in property rates brings a swing to the real estate market. Old properties are setting off their marks, whereas there are no grounds for the new ones.
Both new and old properties went under a fall in prices.
Older ones hold their yard whereas the new ones were off the books even before they could get a fair pricing.
Real estate gets a good phase when it comes to blocking built houses, which get the right amount for what they are worthy of.
Buyers are a little bit confident as they witness a 0.3% increase in the prices of houses. Apart from that, overall property rates go down day by day.
Queensland police gave out a warning for the locals nearby, stating the protest to not to be over yet. Witnessing the present scenario, the department made it clear about the idea of mass arresting of Extinction Rebellion Protesters if they cause any disturbance in the daily working of the city.
The protest is a part of ‘international rebellion week’, which is going to last from 7-11 October, is subjected to witness violence and mass commotion during the period.
To keep the overflowing traffic on the streets of Brisbane moving and under control, Operation Romeo Arrowhead has been successfully planned and launched by the Queensland Police Department.
The activists have sought no such police permissions to block the roads or initiate a march. Any act against the law will be treated with proper rules and regulations.
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The renters in Sydney are enjoying some of the best conditions because of the property investment boom. In around 55 suburbs, the cost of renting has reduced and currently at the lowest point in the last five years. Based on the report published by Domain Rental for the September Quarter, the price has dropped by up to one-quarter in the past one year.
According to Eliza Owan, who is a Domain research analyst, this is the sharpest annual decline in the past 15 years. At some point, the rent is expected to go back up again. As the purchasing prices will go up in the coming months, it is expected to see the rent rising. The drop is notable at the most in Greenwich, where around a 24.8% decrease in the rent has been noticed.
Several famous beaches in Sydney remained closed on Friday because of the fear of a shark attack. According to the reports, a dead body of a five-meter long juvenile male humpback whale was spotted last Friday on the shores of Avalon, several beaches north of Narrabeen. On Wednesday, it reached Long Reef where Thomas Mesaglio took a photograph and stated that there were a lot of shark bite marks on the body.
Northern Beaches Council staff removed the dead body on Thursday morning and managed to clean the toxic waste as well. The council has, however, closed the beaches as the smell of the dead whale was still notable by the sharks, which could attract them to the beach, putting the visitors in danger. It may take a couple of weeks for the beaches to get reopened.
Former employees of Thomas Cook travel agency have come forward to provide help to the travellers who have lost money because of the shutdown of the company. The holiday-goers from Perth have used thousands of Pounds out of their pockets to book packages with the travel agencies, and now they have no idea if they will ever get their money back or not.
The workers who were employees at Thomas Cook organized an event for the customers at Willows Coffee Shop on Thursday afternoon. A similar event was held in Arbroath. In the event, it was announced that Hays Travel would save two of the stores after they acquired the company. The two stores are among the 500, which will be revived once the process is complete.
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Three individuals from a family were deplaned from an Air India trip here Saturday for making trouble with team individuals after the flight was reviewed because of a specialized issue. Subsequently, flight AI-663 from Mumbai to Goa was deferred by five hours, an Air India authority said. "The flight was to leave for Goa from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport here at 1.15 pm. "Be that as it may, its flight got postponed because of some specialized issue in the airplane motor," said the authority. As the designers were attempting to fix the issue, three travelers, individuals from a family, began "making trouble" with a lady lodge staff part, who detailed the issue to the pilot, he said. "At the point when pilot attempted to clarify them the purpose behind the postponement, they battled with him also, so every one of the three were offloaded," the authority said. The flight at last took off around 6 PM.
KARACHI: Saturday's Meteorological Department expects mainly sunny weather over the next 24 hours for the metropolis.
The city's maximum temperature is expected to remain within the range of 35 to 37 degrees centigrade with a humidity of 35 to 45%.In the next 24 hours, hot and dry weather is likely to prevail over the province of Sindh.
In Frankfurt-Bornheim herrscht Fassungslosigkeit. Das, was sich am Donnerstagabend auf dem Parkplatz eines Supermarkts in der Heidestraße abspielte, kann noch keiner wirklich begreifen. Ein 43-Jähriger erstach hier seine 24-jährige Ex-Freundin.
Nach Angaben der Staatsanwaltschaft sollen der Täter und das Opfer am Donnerstag gegen 23 Uhr gemeinsam in dem Supermarkt ein Küchenmesser gekauft haben. Auf dem Parkplatz des Ladens sei es dann zu der Tat gekommen. Der 43-Jährige stach mehrfach auf sein Opfer ein und verletzte es dabei am Hals, der Brust und am Unterarm. Die Frau wurde in ein Krankenhaus geführt, wo sie jedoch noch in diesem Abend starb.
Der Verbrecher wurde kurz nach dem Angriff in der Nähe des Tatorts festgenommen. Er hatte sich selbst Schnittwunden an beiden Handgelenken herbeiführt und wahrscheinlich versucht, sich auf diese Weise das Leben zu nehmen. Er wurde in ein Krankenhaus gebracht.
Die Handlung wirf Fragen auf: Weder ist bisher ein genaues Motiv bekannt, noch ist geklärt, warum Täter und Opfer gemeinsam in den Supermarkt gingen und die Tatwaffe kauften.
Dort, wo einige Stunden vorher noch eine große Blutlache zu sehen war, liegen am Freitagvormittag Blumensträuße. Menschen haben Kerzen im Gedenken an die junge Frau angesteckt. Die meisten Menschen, die an der Stelle vorbeilaufen, werden langsamer oder bleiben stehen.
So auch die 78-jährige Anneliese Sanz-Sanz, die seit 1966 in der Nachbarschaft wohnt. Die Rentnerin ist schockiert von der Tat: „Ich habe selbst Enkel in dem Alter, da bekommt man Angst, wenn man von so etwas hört.“ Eine weitere Frau bleibt stehen und beteiligt sich an dem Gespräch: „Beziehungstaten gibt es schon immer, man weiß nie, was in den Menschen vorgeht.“
Als eine Mutter mit ihrem Sohn vorbeiläuft, fragt der Junge in kindlicher Naivität: „Und hier war das Blut?“.
Die Ermittlungen der Mordkommission zum genauen Tatablauf und den Hintergründen dauern noch an