Finally Karen Aschcroft's killer is foun Melbourne
The family of a woman who was wounded in the heart by a knife in Victoria is thrilled that the jury found her killer guilty. A 52-year-old woman Karen Ashcroft was stabbed to death at her friend’s house in Maryborough, north of Ballarat, last May after the meeting. After two days of consideration, Supreme Court jurors found Ben Wardlow guilty of her murder today.
There was no doubt that Wardlow killed the grandmother, but the jury had to decide whether he intended to kill her or vigorously injure her, moreover he took drugs and alcohol then.
After the murder Wardlow had been arrested on a nearby street a few hours later and taken to a hospital to treat an injury, made by himself. Medical tests showed that he had methamphetamine in his blood. Wardlaw must return to court at a later date for a preliminary hearing.
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The temperature in Victoria is rising now, so strong winds, up to 120 km/h, are blowing these days through Melbourne and the state. This happened after Melbourne had reached its maximum temperature of 27 degrees during the night with winds bringing a mixture of clouds and dust to cover the capital as the heat decreases. The covering of clouds hanging over the city is expected to break later this day.
“This is a bit of a mixed bag. Spring is often very variable. We often see these early morning changes in the spring. But of course it’s a very warm night, ”said Michael Efron, senior meteorologist. He informed, that dust has come from New South Wales and South Australia, where it has been dry for quite long, so these heavy winds simply bring it to Victoria. A warning about a serious fire hazard has been reported for Mallee. Thunderstorms and rains in different parts of the state are also possible before the weekend, and snow is possible in the mountains.
On Saturday morning some students from St. Kevin College loudly sang a song, which has been called 'offensive' in Melbourne tram. A woman has dilmed and shared it in the social media. The video shows, that boys in school uniform sing a sexist song. The director of the college said, the singers will be disciplined. In a statement, school principal Stephen F. Russell said the school apologized for the group’s actions, calling them 'offensive'.
The woman who filmed the vision, who called herself Melanie, said that the behavior occurred in front of other elderly passengers, young women and children and adds, it was disgusting. The incident occurred a few days before the 12th year students of the Victorian Academy began their final exams.
“As long as women and girls are considered less equal than men and boys, disrespect and violence against women will continue,” says Patty Kinnersly, the chief executive of domestic violence charity Our Watch.
Usual using of one or two bins for garbage will be changed. The project director at Infrastructure Victoria says, that it's needed to have sorted litter, as glass breaks, paper and cardboard get tiny particles of glass in it, so it's very difficult to extract material, which can be recycled. She adds, earlier we could ignore it, but now it is turning into global crisis. Now people should use six or more bins to solve recycling crisis in Victoria. Since China had refused to recieve litter from the other countries, Victorian garbage just was on at landfills, creating risk of fire. Also, the government urge people to use organic waste product in 'energetic' goals, that is already happening in Australia, and to use more recycled products, than new single-used plastic.
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One of Australia's leading real estate agents says the noble city center and quiet "forgotten pocket" of the north are among the suburbs of Melbourne that are skyrocketing. Well-known agent John McGrath published his annual report for 2019 on Wednesday and named Kensington in the inner northwest of Melbourne one of the most attractive suburbs for buyers. The multicultural Carnegie and coastal Cheltenham in the southeast are also among the top five at McGrath, along with Watsonia in the north and the upcoming Upway in the craggy east. McGrath believes the Melbourne real estate market has “excellent foundations” to support medium and long term growth. These five districts are at the top of his roster.
Two employees at the Injection Medical Center in Melbourne were amid eight people jailed today for drug commerce. Police took drugs and cash after a checking of a number of residential buildings in Burnside Heights. They arrested a Richmond man, 49, and the woman from Brunswick West, 36, who work at the freshly opened Injection Medical Center. Victoria Police does not claim that any crimes occurred at a medical facility in North Richmond, according to a spokeswoman. The arrests are part of Operation Sievers, a three-month investigation against drug trafficking.
A chairwoman of a group of residents who are lobbying the government to move a safe injection room, which is currently operating in the vicinity of primary school, said she was not surprised by the accusations. She said that today, within five hours after the injection center controlled by medical personnel, there was a drug raid, burglary, and violence.
The Yarra River Business Association tends to rename the river to Birrarung in order to properly recognize its root history. This is part of a bold plan to revive the area, and the organization also offers the idea of a European-style promenade, pool and garden bridge. “We will support any emphasis on waterways, and whether it will be on the water or on the banks of the river.” said the President John Foreman It is supposed that the early settlers of Australia incorrectly translated the current name of the river and that “Birrarung” is its traditional Wurundjeri name, .
Acting Lord Mayor of the Melbourne City Council, said he would reach out to indigenous stakeholders before taking any stand on this issue, he offers to call the river Birrarung Yarra. He adds, it's a really great way to respect Aboriginal culture.
However, the acting Prime Minister James Merlino rejected the idea, claiming that Yarra is the "icon" of Melbourne.
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A popular nightclub in Sydney will be forced to be closed for 24 hours after being caught in a selling alcohol to minors. Some 16-year-old girls can be seen on the recording from cameras in Café Del Mar's at Cockle Bay Wharf. Then some teens go up to the bar twice and order cocktails. Police later discovered that the girls used fake documents.
Cafe del Mar was suspended for trade and was supposed to close for 24 hours in over a week. NSW's Independent Liquor Authority told that serving alcohol to minors is a serious crime. Authorities say over the past two years, more than 40 locations in New South Wales have been held accountable.
'All employees have an active responsible service for certification of alcoholic beverages in accordance with the requirements of the law, and in accordance with this plan an internal training course was conducted.' informs the cafe.
The teenager was accused in a high-speed police chase in western Sydney at night, which took 20 kilometers in just 20 minutes. The officers started a chase after they had seen a car in Maroubra stolen from Cartwright, in southwestern Sydney. Two undercover police cars and four labeled cars tried to stop the driver. Witnesses said they were shocked when they saw cars driving so fast.The driver allegedly tried to escape before he was arrested and charged. In the end, the car crashed and was stopped. Police said the 18-year-old and his 17-year-old teenage passengers tried to flee, but were caught and arrested. The driver had no driving license, his female friend was released.
The temperature is reaching 36 degrees in Sydney, the hottest day since March 6th. It's ten degrees higher than average October temperature there. Forecast informs, that cooling breezes stay away of the city and shores. A total fire ban was established for the far south coast, central ranges, and in the northwest of the state. Most New South Wales, including Sydney, have a very high fire hazard.
Ben Shepard, Inspector of the Royal New South Wales State Fire Service, said this fire season was absilutely bad, with over 500,000 hectares burnt across the state.He said that this is already twice as many as 200,000 hectares burned during the last two fire seasons together, with two lost lives and more than 100 houses ruined.
“We need people to notice that this is not an ordinary fire season,” he said. “Without a significant amount of precipitation in the forecast, there is a real possibility that it will be very long and dangerous.”
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நடந்து முடிந்த விக்கிரவாண்டி மட்டும் நாங்குநேரி தொகுதி இடைத்தேர்தலில் அதிமுக வெற்றி பெற்றுள்ளது. அதிமுகவின் இந்த வெற்றி குறித்து கருத்து தெரிவித்திருக்கும் அம்மா மக்கள் முன்னேற்ற கழகத்தின் பொதுச்செயலாளர் டிடிவி தினகரன், இது ஒன்றும் போற்றத்தக்க மிகப் பெரிய வெற்றி இல்லை என்று தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.
கோயமுத்தூரில் நடைபெற்ற செய்தியாளர் சந்திப்பில் கலந்து கொண்டு பேசிய திரு டிடிவி தினகரன், இடைத்தேர்தல்களில் ஆளும் கட்சி வெற்றிபெறும் என்பது வழக்கமான ஒன்றுதான் என்று தெரிவித்துள்ளார் . மேலும் பணத்தை கொடுத்து அதிமுக வெற்றி பெற்றுள்ளது என்றும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார். இது குறித்து பல்வேறு உதாரணங்களை மேற்கோள்காட்டி பேசியிருக்கும் டிடிவி தினகரன், 2006 முதல் 2011 வரை நடைபெற்ற அனைத்து இடைத் தேர்தல்களிலும் அப்போதைய ஆளும் கட்சியான திமுக வெற்றி பெற்றது எனவும், ஆனால் 2011 சட்டப்பேரவைத் தேர்தலில் என்ன ஆனது என்றும் அவர் கேள்வி எழுப்பியுள்ளார்.
ஐந்து ஆண்டுகள் நடைபெற்ற இடைத்தேர்தலில் திமுக வெற்றி பெற்றபோதும், 2011 ஆம் ஆண்டு நடைபெற்ற சட்டப்பேரவைத் தேர்தலில் ஜெயலலிதா தலைமையிலான அதிமுக வெற்றி பெற்றது என்றும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார். மக்கள் அனைத்தையும் நன்றாக கவனித்துக் கொண்டுதான் இருக்கிறார்கள் என்றும், இடைத் தேர்தல் வெற்றியை மக்கள் எப்போதும் ஒரு பொருட்டாக கருதுவதில்லை எனவும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார். இடைத்தேர்தலில் தொகுதிக்கு 10 அமைச்சர்கள் வரை பணியாற்றி இந்த வெற்றியைப் பெற்றுள்ளதாகவும், இவ்விரு இடைத்தேர்தல் தொகுதிகளிலும் வாக்கு சீட்டை விட பணமே அதிகம் பயன்படுத்தப்பட்டுள்ளது என்றும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார் . இந்த இடைத்தேர்தல் வெற்றி என்பது எந்த விதத்திலும் நடைபெற உள்ள சட்டமன்ற தேர்தலில் எதிரொலிக்காது என்றும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.
After the incident of the student being beaten in a bar, Around 200 students at Kingsway camp gathered to protest but soon went away after getting assurance from Police.
The incident is of Northwest Delhi's Mukherjee Nagar where four law students were beaten up by the bouncers, Police have filed an FIR against the bouncers and are in the process to arrest them. A few days ago they also filed FIR against the bar owner for serving Hookah.
The complaint was filed by students who are studying in Delhi Univesity, The four friends have participated in the birthday party at the bar, During the party, there was a heated argument on the type of song that will be played. The bouncers came and physically assaulted the students.
After the attack the bouncer blamed the students for misbehaving in the bar, the police are investigating the matter.
डीएमआरसी ने कहा है कि दिवाली के दिन दिल्ली मेट्रो कब से कब तक चलेगी इसके पूरे दिशा निर्देश तय किए जा चुके हैं, डीएमआरसी का कहना है कि दिल्ली मेट्रो शाम को 10:00 बजे तक चलेगी यदि दिल्ली मेट्रो अपने समय से एक घंटा पहले ही छूट जाएगी। दिल्ली मेट्रो सुबह 6:00 बजे से चलती है लेकिन दिवाली के दिनों को देखते हुए दिल्ली मेट्रो के लिए खास टाइम टेबल बनाए गए हैं इस टाइम टेबल के ऊपर ही दिल्ली मेट्रो को दौड़ाया जाएगा दिल्ली मेट्रो पूरे देश की मेट्रो वैसे एक खास मेट्रो है जो दिल्ली को मेट्रो के जरिए जोड़ता है|
डीएमआरसी इससे संबंधित कार्यों का जायजा लेता है दिल्ली मेट्रो कब से कब तक चलेगी इसका पूरा ख्याल रखता है दिवाली के दिनों में भी दिल्ली मेट्रो को कितना बजे से कितना बजे तक चलाया जाए इसका पूरा ध्यान दिया गया है आगे भी डीएमआरसी को ही तय करना पड़ेगा कि मेट्रो को कब से कब तक चलाया जाएगा। आमतौर पर दिल्ली मेट्रो सेवा 6:00 बजे से शाम को 10:00 बजे तक चलती है लेकिन दिवाली के दिन मेट्रो को चलाने के लिए खास इंतजाम किया गया है एयरपोर्ट एक्सप्रेस लाइन पर शाम 4:45 तक मेट्रो को चलाया जाएगा।