Women shot at the face through the front Brisbane
The incident took place on Hargrave Street in the Moreton Bay suburb. A gang of six people arrived at the woman's unit in two separate vehicles. The 52-year-old woman was inside her unit, and she was shot dead through the closed wooden front door. The police and paramedics were called at the scene. Mark Disney, who is a Critical care paramedic, said that the victim suffered injuries on the jaw and the cheekbone. According to the neighbors, this is one of the many violent attacks that have happened in the past few years. The woman was taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, where she is getting treatment for her non-life-threatening injuries on the face. The police have sealed the unit and declared it a crime scene. One of the neighbors said that though they do not know her but have seen her walking by very often. The police have appealed the witnesses to come forward and give information.
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Western Sydney is back at the top of the A-League, but it has to lose the first points of the season in a 0-0 home draw against Brisbane's spirited Roars. Though Roar has failed to mark any win, they still managed to put the opposition on the backfoot during the game. Wanderers' goalkeeper Daniel Lopar saved three attempts in each half, which kept the points for Wanderers. Mitch Duke, who is the captain of Wanders, said that he is disappointed with the performance of the team. Roy O'Donovan of the Roar tried his best to score a goal, but he failed. Roar goalkeeper Maxime Crocombe was on the field in the first half. Brisbane got three fantastic chances in the second half for a few seconds, but they couldn't convert them to goals.
Bitcoin is coming to Brisbane for the SV meetups to keep the position as some of the best events in the blockchain industry. It is aimed to bring blockchain enthusiasts together from the BSV community and beyond so that they can communicate with each other and discuss the perspectives of the future of BSV as the world’s new money and concentrate on solving real-life challenges for millions of people around the world. The Bitcoiners from Australia will come together in Brisbane for one of the most significant Blockchain events in the country. This will bring some of the most brilliant minds in the country under one roof who will share their views with the attendants. Steve Shadders, the nChain CTO, Brad Kristensen, and many others will be among the top names in the event.
The weekend was busy for the auctioneers in Brisbane as 121 sales were happening, out of which seven features that were on the line that was sold for more than $1 million. The clearance rate of the auctions was around 49%. The properties, including The modern six-bedroom, three-bathroom house at 20 Hatherton Crescent, Carindale, in Brisbane’s east, were sold at well-attended auctions.
There were 100 people present at this particular auction, and the battle ran for 15 minutes. The modern six-bedroom, three-bathroom house at 20 Hatherton Crescent, Carindale, in Brisbane’s east, who sold one of the highest bidding properties, said that around 100 groups visited the property in the last four weeks when he was campaigning. The other auctions were also closed quickly, making millions of dollars.
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Daley Thompson has asked Australia to press forward with another Olympic bid. He said that the experience would help in improving the gaming scene of the country and give it a new start. He said that he believes it will bring more unforgettable memories like Sydney 2000. Thompson is one of the highly praised Olympic champion decathletes from Moscow in 1980 and Los Angeles in 1984.
He was in Brisbane, a charity bike ride along with Steve Waugh. He said in a statement during the event that the government should make another bid within the next month. As per the latest figure, the region could reap a $22 billion bid to host an Olympics. The new bidding process is aimed at prioritizing existing venues thus reducing the financial wastage.
According to the reports, two vehicles have hit on the Gateway Motorway this morning. It forced a lane to close down because of the diesel spill. The accident took place in the northbound lanes at Bracken Ridge. The police have asked the commuters to take another route as the left lane was closed to remove the debris. There was another accident in which a man has suffered abdominal and leg injuries.
The accident took place in Brisbane’s north when a car slammed into a motorbike. The police have also released an advisory about multiple accidents that have happened on Johnson Rd, Hillcrest. The commuters were asked to be extra cautious while taking these roads and avoid lanes where the accidents took place.
According to the police reports, they have shut down and allegedly illegal Gold Coast escort agency. They have presented 25 people in Brisbane court for participating in unlawful prostitution. Among the arrested, there was a 47-year-old man who is said to be carrying out the business of this escort service in Coomera. The police said that the business was running in the shadow of a legitimate business.
Documentation that was uncovered during the raid showed the employment contracts and worksheets, which finally lead to the arrests. The operation was named Operation Romeo Manoeuvre, and the police investigation was started in March to end the network. Senior Sergeant Kevin Groenhuijzen said in his statement that he is happy with the outcomes of the operation.
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Susan Leslie O'Brien, who is a charity worker from Sydney, has been sentenced for three and a half months in jail after she killed a Balinese teenager in her car. She expressed remorse over the death of the teenager. She was facing a maximum penalty of six years in jail, along with $1235. She has already served two months behind the bar in an Indonesian court for negligent driving. The court noted that she was trying to overtake a truck when she crashed into local 19-year-old Rizqi Akbar Putra, who was on a scooter. He died on the scene. The three judges took her clean criminal history into consideration while announcing the sentence. It is unclear if the time she has spent will be counted or not.
ESR has acquired a new development site in eastern Australis for A$142.5M for the development of pipeline, which is clocked at A$1.8M. The acquisition of Horsley Park happening just four days after the shares in the company started the trade in Hong Kong Stock Exchange. They have raised $1.6 billion with the sale.
In a statement, the company announced that its primary focus in Australia has been on building a strong foundation, and they are determined to grow in the market. In just 16 months, the company has established industrial and business park real estate assets worth $1.3 billion in Australia. The new site is 42 kilometers from Sydney's central business district at 327-335 Burley Road ESR. It is only 24 KMs away from Western Sydney Airport, which is scheduled to start operations in 2024 with completion of the first phase.
The Inner West Council of Sydney has voted on scrapping Australia Day celebrations. The move came after Labor Mayor Darcy Byrne said he recognized the history associated with Aboriginal people. He said this would not cancel out the citizenship ceremonies that help on the same day, i.e., January 26th. However, Independent councilor Victor Macri is not happy with the move, and he said this is divisive.
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Московскими учеными был выведен новый тест на ВИЧ. Данная информация появилась на официальном портале здоровья .
Согласно полученной информации новый тест на вирус иммунодефицита человека разработан при поддержке "Роспотребнадзора" и отличается тем, что способен более точно определить субтип ВИЧ . Что как известно является очень важным в современной медицине, субтипы вируса так же называют штамм .
Первый штамм был обнаружен двадцать лет назад американскими учеными . С тех пор методы борьбы с вирусом иммунодефицита человека разительно изменились . Было выявлено, что в зависимости от субтипа ВИЧ антибиотики действуют с разной эффективностью . С некоторыми они справляются вполне успешно, а для других требуется изобретения нового вида вакцины . Благодаря изобретению нового теста ВИЧ можно точнее определять его штамм, тем самым повышая эффективность лечения .
Буквально по горячим следам раскрыли дело ,восьмидесяти трех летней гражданки, оперативники ,из за того что ошибся преступник и благодаря служебному псу. Злоумышленник заявился в дом к пенсионерке и сбив ее с ног требовал деньги угрожая ножом . В то время когда он совершал ограбление, облился супом стоящим на столе.
Бабушка сразу позвонила в полицию. На поиски преступника бросился кинолог со своим младшим напарником – породистой немецкой овчаркой. Служебный пес взял след и быстро прошел маршрутом преступника. Через пару минут подозреваемый был задержан. Обыскав его работники полиции обнаружили похищенные вещи и деньги а также пятно от супа.
Грабителем оказался тридцати трех летний, ранее судимый, житель поселка Костенки. Возбуждено уголовное дело по статье «Разбой». Теперь ему грозит до двенадцати лет лишения свободы.
The incident is of Modern Isha society situated in Evershine Nagar where about 150 families lost electricity and water supply. The BMC claimed that the building is in the C1 category and is not suitable to live but the members accused BMC of tying up with the builder and thus evacuating them.
The residents claim that the BMC as stop their electricity and water supply of 6 buildings and not followed any legal procedure before taking this action. There are residents who are not well, they were compelled to sleep out of the resident at night in darkness.
There are 300 families out of which 30 percent of the families have left the place but the remaining are still living in darkness with no basic facilities.
According to some residents, the BMC should have first conducted an audit for all buildings and then should have sent notice to all buildings separately instead of sending only one notice to all 6 buildings.
The residents will hold a morcha at Liberty Garden and the ward office on Thursday.