New ‘gold token’ cryptocurrency revealed Perth
The Perth Mint has announced a digital coin the goes by the name “Perth Mint Gold Token.” It is a cryptocurrency just like Bitcoin, and the main difference here is that it is connected to a real commodity ina real vault. According to the reports, the digital currency can be converted into cash using a phone app. The mint will provide the certified value of the digital currency and can deliver the physical product at your doorsteps.
To make the whole process secure, the Perth Mint has used blockchain technology. In this technology, every computer in the network records the transaction making it public information. As the computer code is stronger than any other technology available, it is currently next to impossible to alter any transactions in blockchains.
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Due to the fog being at its peak in the morning, the motorcyclists have been waned and are asked to take extreme precautions while driving on Perths road. Roads which have been affected by the fog are The Mitchell and Kwinana freeways and the Tonkin Highway.
Drivers are continuously being urged to drive with their lights on and are requested to maintain a distance between the vehicles to ensure safe braking.
The bureau of meteorology has stated that the fog has been spread in popular areas and along the coast of the south-west this morning.
The traffic is approaching slowly, and the emergency services are present at the scene of the crash which happened on the Tonkin Highway and they have also closed the right lane which is on the northbound prior to the Dunrearth drive while they deal with the accident.
Bailey Chalmers, 19 mentioned on Facebook, his story of contaminated drinks in Bali.
As the saying goes, ‘Don’t drink spirits in Bali’, with Chalmers, the fact had been proven right. Bailey had a $14 drink at a reputed bar in Bali, and to his shock, he landed in a hospital after being poisoned with methanol.
According to Bailey, night after unknowingly consuming the methanol poisoned drink, he experienced the most excruciating hangover accompanied by severe body ache, blurred vision etc.
He was immediately rushed to the Bali International Hospital and after a basic examines, was flown back to Perth for further procedures. To their shock, no vision loss was a miracle that had happened. A doctor told bailey that he’s lucky to be alive.
The southern coastal suburb of secret harbour faced a massive spring storm, resulting in disrupted commutation of traffic, blocked roads, substantial damage to property and nature.
Right before the peak hours, the weather took a threatening turn resulting in damage to roads, traffic lights, even metro routes suffered due to power outages.
Emergency forces had been appointed everywhere to help in clearing the passage. Roofs of houses had been torn off, and severe damage was caused. With the wind blowing @ 100kph, Rottnest Island and other adjoining areas were majorly affected.
The weather had been expected to clear out by night, and the blocked roads may function soon.
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Jaycob Yarran, 22, accused of allegedly burning a 2-year-old with a cigarette lighter and boiling water. On being heard, Yarran blamed boiling pot of noodles to be the cause of the visible burns near the torso, limbs and feet.
Yarran is the partner or carer of the 2-year-old toddler and her 4-year-old sister. 3 days after the toddler had been taken to the hospital, suit was filed.
Her stomach was deliberately burnt with a cigarette lighter and had been tortured by dipping hands and feet into boiling water and on the contrary, the accused claims that the toddler tripped over a boiling pot of noodles.
Instead of immediately rushing to the hospital, the burnt toddler was put under the shower. The 4-year-old gave heads up to the blames by accepting she was scared f him as he used to hurt her.
Spreading at a rapid rate, 13 people, including three babies, are suspected to be struck down with measles, a highly contagious disease.
The root cause for the sudden outbreak of the disease is yet to be confirmed. But a kiwi tourist who visited the Rockingham area last month is a prime suspect for the spreading of this disease.
Measles being a highly contagious disease, is travelling from person to person by mere air contact. The latest condition diagnosed woman was found travelling from Auckland to Perth.
The New Zealand Government is continuously under heavy criticism for not being able to take necessary actions to safeguard their people from the widely spreading disease.
Necessary precautions and safety measures now taken by the govt include measles vaccination check and provision of additional dose if it is required by the individuals travelling overseas.
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46 year old Violetta Hanson has been recently arrested, because she allegedly was handed over stolen jewelry in the pawn shop. She was employed to take care of unable people and stole some jewellery and money. The police kept an eye on the woman for several months, the staff of the pawn shop had photos of her as an evidence, so, police took her into custody there. Hanson is charged for stealing 40 000 dollars in cash and jewellery, taken from the invalids in her trusteeship over ten months across Wiley park, Drummoyne, Doonside and Bexley. NSW Police Superintendent said, ir was a terrible betrayal from a person, who cared about invalids. One of her patients said, they had treated her as a family, and she had behaved like that. Hanson worked in lots of support agencies providing help for ill and disabled people.
The police of Victoria tries to control Mebourne more and more. And more and more protesters of Extinction Rebellion come out of their houses to capture attention of the government to the climate problems, Police warned workers in the city centre, that activists will cause much disruption in the peak hour, so they'd better go home earlier. Yesterday about 100 people tried to block entrance to the headquarters of mining giant BHP on Collins Street. During the week there were commited more than a hundred arrests. Police says, they are not against peaceful protests, but this one has created chaos in the city. Near Queen Street, for example, 'Rebellion' caused commuter gridlock and worsened traffic.
Today, also, it was found, that conditions, that restricted some activists to take part in the protests, given by police, are invalid. According to the law police can't use bail conditions as an ban against participation in protests. Though police had to release those activists, anyway, they are expected to face the court later.
70 minutes of train's delay have taken place today in Sydney. The passengers had no oportunity to get from Milsons Point to Wynyard by train, so many of them walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. There were about 100 people on the platform, when it was said, that the train wouldn't arrive. It was caused by signal problems in Wynyard. Transport for NSW informed, that immediate fixing of signal had done, and buses had replaced trains for some time. By afternoon the situation became normal.
Uber from Bondi Junction couldn't use the possibility to rise a pay, and ride cost about 70 dollars. Twitter was overflowing with travelers' complaints and jokes.
In general T1 and T9 lines were affected, however all the city could feel that problem.
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KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) engineering department has now made it possible for Boeing 777 aircraft to get a maintenance check in Islamabad, which was previously possible only in Karachi.
This will lead to massive savings, coupled with the convenience of a flight schedule for the national flag carrier. "PIA has revamped its maintenance facility in Islamabad by allowing it to carry out a Boeing 777' For the maintenance required, a ' check and the aircraft will not have to fly to Karachi, "PIA spokesman Mashhood Tajwar said in a post.
In mid-September, a news story appeared in the media about an audit report that reported that the national airline had launched 46 flights without passengers resulting in losses worth millions of rupees. Those empty flights were most likely aircraft flying to Karachi for safety checks, since previously Karachi was the only station allowed to carry out maintenance checks on all types of aircraft.
Thus the aircraft had to be flown to Karachi for routine checks. Nevertheless, the Lahore base was revamped in August 2019, preceded by the Islamabad base for ' A ' tests on Boeing 777.
The spokesman referred to this as a major achievement after the improvement of the technical capability of A320 aircraft in Islamabad. "The technology foundation has now been activated to meet the needs of Boeing 777," he said.
On 10 October 2019, after completion of required flying hours, i.e. 75 days or 1,000 flying hours, the PIA Engineering Department in Islamabad completed the Boeing 777 (AP-BHX) ' A ' test.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for many areas of Chicago's far western suburbs from 2 AM to 9 PM. The areas that fall under the warning include McHenry, Kane, Kendall, LaSalle, and DeKalb counties. According to the department, the temperature in Chicago may see a fall into the 40s, and with potential wind chills, it may go as low as 30s.
The Chicago Marathon, which is scheduled for Sunday, is expected to be dry with temperatures in the 40s. It is to be noted that a potentially historic snowstorm is taking shape, and it is not even mid-October. The storm began on Wednesday has already dumped 2 feet worth of snow across areas of Montana, which has found a place in the headlines already. With more such events expected to take place in this season, people are advised to stay prepared for extreme conditions.
ACB arrest while taking bribe
Additional Director of CPWD arrested for taking bribe of one lakh rupees in IIT Jodhpur
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Friday arrested the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) for taking a bribe of one lakh rupees in lieu of passing the bill of construction work in the new building of the IIT in Jodhpur to the Additional Director.
The complainant Lalit Kumar Deora filed a complaint with the ACB that he is doing landscape work at IIT Jodhpur at a cost of eighty million rupees. In order to pass its bill, Pradeep Kumar, Additional Director (Horticulture) of CPWD is demanding an amount of ten percent. As a verification of the complaint, Lalit Kumar gave Pradeep an amount of fifty thousand rupees this morning. After this, it was decided to give the remaining amount at 4:30 pm today.
Bills worth Rs 34 lakh have been passed so far. Also, twenty lakh rupees have come to the account. In this way Pradeep Kumar asked for a bribe of a total of 5.40 lakh rupees. Today it was decided to give one lakh rupees. Today at 4:30 pm, as soon as Pradeep was given the second installment of fifty thousand in the IIT campus, the ACB team prepared there caught him. A total of one lakh rupees were recovered from Pradeep Kumar, including fifty thousand taken this morning. He is being arrested and questioned.