Dominic Iannotti to compete in the INAS Brisbane
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.
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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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Due to the fog being at its peak in the morning, the motorcyclists have been waned and are asked to take extreme precautions while driving on Perths road. Roads which have been affected by the fog are The Mitchell and Kwinana freeways and the Tonkin Highway.
Drivers are continuously being urged to drive with their lights on and are requested to maintain a distance between the vehicles to ensure safe braking.
The bureau of meteorology has stated that the fog has been spread in popular areas and along the coast of the south-west this morning.
The traffic is approaching slowly, and the emergency services are present at the scene of the crash which happened on the Tonkin Highway and they have also closed the right lane which is on the northbound prior to the Dunrearth drive while they deal with the accident.
Vinzent Tarantino, the 52-year-old Sydney man who in 2016 accepted of murdering a girl who studied in school has now denied killing her. Tarantino had told in his statement to Police three years earlier that he felt suicidal and distraught after murdering the girl.
Police interviewed Tarantino, and his interview was played in New South Wales supreme court on Thursday. He had also said in the interview that he had a feeling of regret as his one crome affected so many lives.
However, the accused changed his stance.
Tarantino was accused of murdering Quanne Diec a 12-year-old girl vanished on 27th of July in 1998 on her way to school Police could never recover her body.
The lawyer of the accused has told the jurors that his client made the wrong admissions because he feared the safety of his family who was in danger after he witnessed the murder of three bikies.