This is not over yet: Brisbane Streets u Brisbane
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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On Friday Afternoon, Sydney's temperatures dropped as a cold front came in from South of NSW. After a long weekend, the weather changed, and strong winds sent temperatures. Around midday, the city reached highs of above 30 degrees and dropped to 18 degrees after 5:30 PM.
The Observatory Hill of Sydney reached 32 degrees after midday and dropped to 19 Degrees after 5:30 PM. However, Penrith reached 33 degrees in midday and dropped to 19 degrees in the evening.
Abrar Shabren, a forecaster from the Bureau of Meteorology, said, this changed because a cold front came in from the south of the state. He also said the temperatures would go high by the evening. At this time of the year, it is reasonable to move from Spring to Summer.
The developers in Sydney are making millions by selling air. In the past year, thousands of square meters of air space is sold. Last week the developers finished the project of $1 billion in Martin Place which involved a pricey patch of sky.
Private developers, like Lendlease, have bought more than 12,000 square meters of air space for $1500 per square meter.
The city is hoping to sell 38,000 square meters of air or a heritage space, like Qantas House, a heritage building on Hunter St.
Earlier, in 2017, the government of NSW got $50 million for the air space above the entrance of the Wynyard walk.
The empty skies above the properties have become more valuable as they offer developers to increase the size of the buildings in CBD.
By buying the air rights, the developer can take the space and then transfer it to another building.