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David Caddy and Gail McGowan attended the Perth property industry event.
The two most potent decision-makers of the state were seen at the Perth property industry event on Wednesday, March 11. David Caddy, WA Planning Commission chairman, general Gail McGowan, Department of Planning director and Darren Cooper, UDIA national treasurer, accompanied the crowd at the event and discussed the development and rezoning in the Perth Hills and suburbs. The event was organized and hosted by the Urban Development Institute of Australia.
The Perth Council representatives generally attend the event, and the property industry and state government. This was the first time when these big faces showed up on the event and put light on "Save Perth Hills." However, the event also became a point of controversy after Nigel Satterley, Perth developer, held the stage.
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Woman robbed in Perth while saving a life.
Latara Ogle, a 30-year-old-mother, got mugged up while she stopped to give CPR on the road. She saw a woman waving at the traffic for help. She stayed there and saw an elderly man with heart problems. He checked his pulse and found out that he was not breathing and had no pulse. Latara, who was trained in giving CPR, gave the man CPR to save his life. However, amidst the critical situation, she got robbed by a man standing by the road when she asked him to pass her resuscitation mask. Somehow, she managed to save the life of the man. But, while returning home, she found her iPad missing.
Mrs. Ogle, a mother of three children, is a student of health sciences. She reported her iPad missing, which contained her thesis and children's photos.
The truth behind the toilet paper shortfall rumour.
China is the leading producer of toilet paper all over the world. After hit by the havoc of coronavirus, China is facing a great loss in the global market. Australia has also got affected by the Coronavirus crisis as it imports the toilet papers from China. The country fears for the toilet paper shortage as the nation has stopped importing goods from China after Coronavirus became a global concern.
Tim Woods, the managing director of market analyst Industry Edge, cleared the truth behind the toilet paper shortage in Australia. He stated that the country is not facing a scarcity of any goods so there are no requirements of stockpiling of things. He added that Australia only imports 40% of the toilet papers from China. Rest of the production is carried out in the country.
Early signs of Coronavirus and its prevention.
Coronavirus has become a widespread concern as the number of infectious people is growing day by day. This gives rise to the symptoms of Coronavirus infection.
Coronavirus cause fever to 80% of its victims. Moreover, people may feel respiratory tract illness, runny nose, sore throat, cough, and headache for a few days. The symptoms of Coronavirus are similar to that of the flu. The people with low immunity system is highly prone to Coronavirus infections.
The proliferation of Coronavirus occurs when two people, one infectious with Coronavirus, come in contact with each other. So, one can wear a surgical face mask in public to take elementary protection from Coronavirus. However, it is not entirely verified. The infectious people must isolate himself/ herself to prevent transmission through cough, sneezing, handshakes, touching and other mediums.
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Shooting in Texas A&M’s campus in Commerce claimed two lives.
The Commerce campus A&M in Texas has confirmed that two people died in a shooting at a residence hall on Monday. A third victim of the shooting was taken to the hospital where he is getting treatment for the injuries. The school said in a statement that the incident took place at the Pride Rock Residence Hall.
According to the Associated Press, two women were killed, and a child was wounded in the shooting.
The University canceled the classes for the remaining day and made counselors available for the students and faculty. In the statement, the University said that students, faculty, and staff were instructed to take shelter and asked to stay in place until further notice as a precautionary measure. Shelter-in-place continues for the A&M-Commerce main campus.
Parents of Liam Davies fighting to prevent more deaths from methanol poisoning.
Liam died of methanol poisoning seven years ago. Tim and Lhani Davies, his parents, who hail from Taranaki, have founded the Lifesaving Initiative Against Methanol (L.I.A.M) Charitable Foundation in his memory. The 19-year-old died in the hospital from methanol poisoning after he drank vodka and lime mix laced with the chemical at Rudy’s Bar on Gili Island that is located off the northwest tip of Lombok, Indonesia.
He was rushed to a hospital in Indonesia where he died. The bar manager was sentenced for 12 months in Jail, and the bar paid $30,000 to authorities and sold his properties before vanishing. Lhani said since Liam's death, more than 8000 Indonesian doctors and nurses had been trained to identify the symptoms of methanol poisoning and how to treat it, and ethanol had been introduced as a metabolic blocker, which buys the body time to get other treatment.
Woman disappears overnight.
Perth police are searching for a missing woman who has not been missing since Friday. The lady named Catherine McColl, she is 52 years old, left from Murray Royal Hospital on Friday morning, but she did not return after that. Police of Scotland said - Concern is growing for Catherine and her family want to be aware whether she is safe or not. Extensive inquiries are taken to trace the lady, but all possible ways to find her are unsuccessful.
When she was last seen, she was in a blue fleece jacket, blue jeans and black and white Converse shoes. She is white in complexion, around 5ft 8in and slim with long, brown hair. Investigators said they are watching CCTV try and trace her steps. Catherine is known to be a frequent visitor to Branklyn Gardens, Coronation Park and the Moncrieffe Island area.
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Brisbane KFC restaurant closes due to COVID-19.
The number of coronavirus infected people is on a spike in Queensland. Recently, a worker of a KFC restaurant was tested positive with COVID-19, which forced the closure of the restaurant. The KFC outlet of north Brisbane at Deogon displayed a board saying, "the restaurant is temporarily closed today." The reason behind the closure of the restaurant is the coronavirus infection of one of his staff members.
Queensland Health has advised the restaurant to send the other staff members of the KFC store to isolation. The restaurant will be back in service after the proper diagnosis of other staff members and sanitization of the store. It may reopen after 14 days from Thursday, March 12. Since January, the outbreak of coronavirus is affecting the lifestyle of the whole world and has become a widespread epidemic.
Seven new confirmed COVID-19 case in Brisbane.
A state of panic has been created globally due to the outbreak of novel Coronavirus. Recently, Queensland Health has published the details of seven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland. Under this list, the popular Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are also there. The actor is on quarantine with her wife in the Gold Coast University Hospital. It has been reported that the 63 years old Tom has recently traveled back from the United States.
Among the seven new Coronavirus patients of Brisbane, there are five men and two women. Currently, there are twenty-seven people in Queensland fighting with this deadly disease. The seven new cases of Thursday, March 12 has concerned Queensland more about COVID-19 spread. It has urged people with travel history to get appropriately diagnosed and take the coronavirus test.
Tom Hanks is in the trap of COVID-19 with his wife
The Hollywood couple Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been listed with the Coronavirus patients of Australia. The City of Sydney is in high alert after the Hollywood actor got tested positive with COVID-19. After this declaration, dozens of people were sent in quarantine to avoid transmission of the viruses. The couple is spending their time in quarantine at the Gold Coast University Hospital of Australia. As per the reports, the Hollywood actor visited the United States recently.
Tom shared the test results with his followers through social media on Thursday, March 12. Both of them are in stable conditions but kept in isolation as per the public health regulations. Currently, there have been 78 confirmed cases of COVID-19 has been noted in Australia as per the reports of NSW Health.
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За смерть пациентки врач-хирург заплатит 800 000 рублей
Семеновский районный суд Нижегородской области потребовал возмещения морального вреда с врача в Сочи, чьи поспешные действия привели к смерти пациента.
Житель Семеновского района Нижегородской области подал иск на два миллиона рублей. Суд пришел к выводу, что в ноябре 2016 года пациентка М., мать истца, была доставлена в приемное отделение сочинского МБУЗ «Городская больница No 3». Хирург К. осмотрел М. и сделал рентген на груди, не будучи рентгенологом. Изучив результаты исследования, он поставил ему основной диагноз. Доктор К. пронзил грудную клетку троакаром и повредил диафрагму и печень пациента. После признания технических нарушений он установил дренаж в тканях ее печени, предоставляя неограниченную мед. помощь в своей области знаний, как сообщили в Совместной пресс-службе (ОПС) судов общей юрисдикции Нижегородской области.
Смерть М. произошла в результате проколотого ранения в грудь и брюшной полости справа с повреждением диафрагмы и печени, что осложнилось массивной кровопотерей.
Против врача было возбуждено уголовное дело, которое было прекращено в 2018 году в связи с истечением срока давности для правоохранительных органов. Требования истца были частично удовлетворены решением суда. Хирург возместил 800 000 руб.
Nithyananda case: School suppressed facts, says govt
The Gujarat government has accused Delhi Public School (DPS) East Ahmedabad for being "non-helpful" and for "stifling realities under the watchful eye of the court" in regards to a case on withdrawal of its acknowledgment over renting out its territory to an ashram of so-called master Nithyananda without CBSE's consent.
Reacting to the petitions moved by 369 understudies and the school testing the withdrawal of acknowledgment by the state government, region instruction official Rakesh Vyas documented the oath for the benefit of the state government on Wednesday. The entries went ahead of the setting of "a conspicuous nearness of produced NOC", "nonattendance of BU consent" and "leaving behind the reason of the applicant school for working the Yogini Sarvagyanpeetham Ashram run by Swami Nithyananda".
Drilling down the sequence of occasions referring to media reports of an FIR recorded by Janardhana Sharma claiming unlawful restriction of his little girls at the ashram, the oath said that in spite of rehashed correspondences looking for archives, the school remained "non-helpful".
Maharashtra: No trees to be felled for Thackeray memorial in Aurangabad, says govt
In the wake of fights over the felling of trees over an arranged Metro vehicle shed in Mumbai's Aarey Colony, the Maharashtra government has declared that no trees will be felled during the improvement of the proposed nursery and remembrance for Shiv Sena originator late Bal Thackeray in Aurangabad.
"The board of trustees that concluded the arrangement for the nursery and dedication had taken the most extreme consideration to guarantee that no trees on the land should be cut. Along these lines, the executing authority needs to take care to guarantee no trees are cut during the improvement of the task," said state urban advancement division in administration goals on Monday while giving its managerial endorsement to the Rs 25.49 crore plan for building up the nursery and commemoration of Thackeray.
The state urban advancement division said that the open works office had given its specialized endorsement to the arrangement on February 10. The state government, in view of the system of specialized endorsement, has given its authoritative endorsement on specific conditions.