The aunt of killed niece launched a char Melbourne
In 2016 Karen Ristevski was killed by her own husband. Her aunt Patricia Gray was a close person to her and now she has launched a charity. After three years of grieving she braised her energies and is raising money now at the beaches of Melbourne to help assaulted women to avoid their violent husbands.
Recently the court has decided to lengthen the killer Borce Ristevski's term behind bars. Patricia hopes, she will never see him again and her new deal distracts her. The clothes shop belonged to her earlier, but now she spends raised money on a new shelter for assaulted women in Melbourne. Patricia says, if she hadn't helped her niece, she would help someone else.
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In August previous year one man tried to kill another with shooting at one of the Melbourne shops. The entrance was closed, but he find some way to skip into the store. He demanded money from one of the workers early in the morning, then the burglar shot him and tried to take cash away, but didn't succeed. The shop assistant is alive, he had a surgery but needs constant medical and mental treating.
Victorian Police still can't find the shooter and ask everyone to help. Today they set a remunration of $350,000 for anyone, who will find him.
The only things police knows are appearence of the burglar and his further action. He was probably a part of another attack at a service station at the same night. The shooter has dark skin and was in a gray Adidas jacket. Still he is dangerous for Melbourne community.
It was a usual evening for a Melbourne resident Peter King. He was watching TV, when he heard some strange sounds from the kitchen. There some stranger was standing. Mr King asked him, what he was doing, and the stanger fled. But before it he had stolen keys of Peter's car. Anyway, he couldn't use them any more and tried to steal another car in the neighbourhood. this one he succeeded, but not for long. The 31-year-old burglar left the stolen car in Stanley Street and fled again on foot. He was supposed to abduct some other vehicles but was arrested by police that very night.
Today the court accused in trading drugs 41-year-old Danny Awad and 35-year-old John Tambakakis and sentenced to at least 15 year behind bars. The judge informed, they had been a part of criminal gang and made an attempt to occupy cocain, which costs abot 9 million dollars. Two men imported illegal stuff from Mexico to Melbourne, but it was caught by the Austalian police. There were more than 20 kg of cocaine in several printers worth of $9 million at least. Police took cocain away and put harmless stuff into printers. Later the pair understood it wasn't cocaine, and were arrested at the same day. Two men have been staying in jail sixty days already. Both of them have families.
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A 14-year-old boy with cerebral palsy has finally realized his lifelong ambition. Today Connor Smith could fly in skydiving center iFly in Melbourne. With being constantly in a wheelchair it was almost impossible, but dreams come true. Connor wasn't afraid at all, and was ready for the first flight. His mom tells that adventures and trips have always attracted him and he has already gone bobsleighing. The instructor tells, Connor coped with the fly excellent, he really knew how to manage his body in the wind pushing him up. After it Connor said, he would be a regular guest at iFly.
Today in the afternoon three girls have been taken to the hospital in Melbourne, because a huge branch from the lemon tree fell upon them. The girls were coming out of the St John Vianney's church, when it happened. Two girls are in stable condition, another one has severe injures. When the branch fell, everyone was astonished. After the girls' parents had come, they became much quieter. All victims study in school at the church. The headmaster of the school will speak with the priest about that dangerous tree and do something with it.
It's not the first time, when a tree injures people in Melbourne. Recently a man was killed by a falling branch in Princes Park.
Melbourne residents have been convinced that a fateful firing on a freeway was not an aimless attack, after a 46-year-old man's body had been discovered in a bullet-ridden camper. He was found early in the morning on Saturday. Police informs, the community should nor be worried as it has obviously been an attack with the purpose to kill a concrete man. Now investigations are taking place at the scene, the policemen are looking for weapon or any evidence. The question is a goal of the killers, the killed man is probably not involved in any crimes and shouldn't have been revenged.
That very morning two lest cars were discovered and they can be connected with the firing. One was at Mooroolbark and another was near Scoresby Road.
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The World is getting smaller. The Australian airlines Qantas recently scheduled a direct non-stop flight from London to Sydney. The flight flew 19 hours and 19 minutes. This flight raised the possibility of direct flight to some of the farthest corners in the World. A few journalists boarded a flight and listed out a few things which could become a possibility in future long-distance trips.
- The future of air travel is ultra-long-haul, which is the most extended duration of flights.
- The prices of tickets will increase for the long duration flights
- For a long-duration trip, the weather will play an essential factor.
- Not all customers will like lengthy flights.
- The cure for jet lag is years away even after 50 years when the jet culture started.
Australia has seen a lot of trouble this year. The country has struggled with bushfires and one of the worst drought in years. However, there is a feeling of fear around the country that things could get worse. The biggest city in the state is facing a problem of water shortage. Just when the town was recovering from the death of four who died in the wildfires, there has been news that water could run out by 2022. The area of Sydney has been under level 1 water restriction since June. This has affected more than five million people. The level one water restrictions stop people from filling water in pools and leaving running hoses unattended. The restrictions have been implemented for the first time since 2003. A drop of even a few percents of water level in dams can make the residents of Sydney face harsher water restrictions.
These days of bushfire in New South Wales are still terrible, says the spokesman of Rural Fire Service in NSW. Sydney is also suffering. Though, the fires have considerably reduced since the beginning of the month, the government still counts this time bad for the state. More than 300 houses and almost a thousand rural buildings have been destroyed during the last week, forty schools are damaged. Last time the home was burnt yesterday in Nothern NSW. Danger there is still very high and any fires are forbidden in that part of the state. The quality of air in some cities was worse than in Beijing, now it has improved a little.
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Nach Angaben der Stadtwerke wird es diese Woche in weiten Teilen der Stadt ärgerlich, an einem Fernwärmenetz für Autofahrer zu arbeiten. Aufgrund von Staus kann mit einer Umgehung der Wartezeiten gerechnet werden. AZ gibt einen Überblick.
Baustellen in München vom 18.11.2019
1.Bodenstraße: Ab Montag ist die Straße zwischen Pasinger Marienplatz und Manzingerweg im Westen eine Einbahnstraße. In die entgegengesetzte Richtung sollte die Bewegung umgeleitet werden.
2.Landsberger Straße: Die Stadtentwässerung schafft seit 2018 im Tunnelverfahren einen 2,2 Kilometer langen Mischwasserkanal zwischen der Fürstenrieder Straße und Am Knie. Im nächsten Bauabschnitt des Kanalschachtbauwerks werden sie an der Hauptstraße der Landsberger Straße errichtet. Von letzter Woche bis Ende April 2020 liegen die beiden Landsberger Straße-Gassen zwischen Laimer Kreisel und Willibaldstraße außerhalb der Stadt an der Nebenstraße.
3.Nymphenburger Straße: Die Nymphenburger Straße zwischen Loristraße und Lotstraße ist von Donnerstag bis Montag, dem 25. November, eine Einbahnstraße in Richtung Stadtzentrum. Verstöße entstehen außerhalb der Stadt.
4.Ständlerstraße: Die Deutsche Bahn repariert die zentrale Säule des Eisenbahntunnels. Auf der Shtandlerstraße zwischen der Schwansestraße und der Aschauer Straße wird von Montag bis 22. November von 9.00 bis 15.00 Uhr eine Fahrspur in Fahrtrichtung nach Westen und zwei Fahrspuren in Richtung Osten verlaufen.
Miscreants robbed women's jewelry by showing pistols
The miscreants robbed the jewels by showing pistols to the women who came for their morning walk
On Sunday morning near Gandhi cottage in Bhiwadi district, miscreants in Swift cars robbed jewelry on the strength of arms and escaped. Police reached the scene after the incident. Blockade was done. At the same time, women and their families got scared due to the jewelry robbery.
The robbery of four women in a few minutes led to anger among the locals. They reached Phulbagh Bhiwadi police station. There, raising slogans demanded early arrest of the robbers. The police high officials pacified the crowd by giving assurances.
According to the information, the incident took place with four women who came on the morning walk near the tree house in Bhiwadi. It is being told that riding in a Swift car, the miscreants had pistols, iron rods. He unceremoniously robbed the Mangalsutras of three women one after the other. At the same time, attempted robbery from the fourth woman.
The miscreants first showed pistols to women. After this, the jewelry looted and escaped threatening. The women alleged that they had called the police control room number 100 after the robbery. But these numbers could not be reached. After this, informing reached Phulbagh police station. After this the police got into action and started looking for the miscreants.
Am Samstagabend kollidierten zwei Flugzeuge auf der Landebahn des Frankfurter Flughafens. Es scheint, dass es keine Opfer gab. Das Bundesamt für Flugunfalluntersuchungen (BFU) aus Braunschweig hat nun die Untersuchung übernommen. Derzeit sollen nach Angaben eines Vertreters des Pressedienstes der BFU "schwer beschädigte" Flugzeuge ausgehen.
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Am Frankfurter Flughafen kollidierten am Samstagabend (16.11.19) zwei Flugzeuge. Dies gab am Sonntag die deutsche Presseagentur (dpa) bekannt, die sich auf Informationen der südkoreanischen Nachrichtenagentur Yonhap stützte.
Nach ersten Angaben kollidierte nach der Landung der Fluggesellschaft Korean Air auf der Landebahn des Frankfurter Flughafens ein weiteres Auto. Yonhap, eine südkoreanische Nachrichtenagentur, sagte am Sonntag, dass es keine Verluste gebe, da eine andere staatliche Fluggesellschaft, Air Namibia, mit niedriger Geschwindigkeit am Boden fliege.
Absturz des Frankfurter Flughafens: Höhenleitwerk beschädigt
Das koreanische Flugzeug war eine Boeing 777. Laut koreanischen Journalisten wurde ihr Schwanz beschädigt und eines der Enden der Air Namibia wurde beschädigt. Das Heck ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Hecks des Flugzeugs, das aus einer Heckflosse und einem Höhenruder besteht, die die Position der Maschine bestimmen.
Frankfurt: Fraport-Flughafenbetreiber bestätigt Unfallmeldungen
Dem Bericht zufolge könnte Korean Air 21 Stunden später als geplant vom Frankfurter Flughafen nach Seoul, der Hauptstadt Südkoreas, zurückkehren. Daher wurde den Passagieren eine Hotelunterkunft angeboten.
Der Frankfurter Flughafenbetreiber Fraport bestätigte den dpa-Unfall am Sonntagmorgen (17.11.19), erläuterte den Grund, es lagen jedoch zunächst keine Informationen vor.