11-year-old girl saved her mom Sydney
In April of this year Angela Aspinall, the mother of two from Drummoyne, fainted after losing a significant amount of blood. Her 11-year-old daughter, Lucinda, admitted that something was terribly wrong and called an ambulance. Earlier Lucinda lost a father, because of cardiac arrest, and was terrified, she could lose a mother, either. Ms Aspinal, says, she is proud of her daughter calm and confident acts. Lucinda stayed on the phone until the paramedics arrived, and today she is rewarded a New South Wales State Ambulance Star Award. There are five children, who received the award. The awards are part of the New South Wales State Ambulance Recognition Day, which admits health professionals and community members who have shown courage and leadership.
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A splendid penthouse, located on top of a sparkling new apartment building in Sydney, broke the record for Australia's most expensive house. The main penthouse of One Sydney Harbor, as well as the sub-penthouse directly below it, was sold to local buyers for an impressive amount of $140 million. The mystery shopper will probably make a two-story penthouse, which also overcame the barrier of $100,000 per square meter, while the additional floor will be used as separate residential premises.
Of the nine bedrooms of a stunning home, the spacious master bedroom is larger than most urban apartments. Its eight-meter high ceilings create an atmosphere of grandeur, while you will not miss the backyard with a penthouse, which also has its own rooftop pool, gym and spa.
Tomorrow morning the first non-stop flight from NYC to Sydney on a commercial airliner is going to depart. Qantas, the biggest air company in the country, informed, that it redirected the Boeing Dreamliner to launch its first test flight, which is expected to take from 19 to 20 hours. There will be only 50 passengers and the crew on board the aircraft, which will check some airplane's features, for example, sleep monitoring. The plane will fly from New York on Saturday morning and will land in Sydney on Sunday morning approximately. Qantas also said, they are going to start another flight in 2022.
A man was accused in drug offenses, including cocaine shipments. Police said, they would say in the court that the man took part in the supply of large amount of cocaine for commercial purposes several times between July and October this year. He was denied bail, and today he was to appear before the Fairfield Local Court. Around 1:15 PM on Wednesday, a third search warrant was executed together with South Australian police in a house in Greenacre. A 40-year-old woman was arrested and taken to police. The officers seized some drugs, allegedly cocaine and drug-related items.
An application for her extradition to South Australia will be filed with a local Bankstown court to indict the alleged distribution of cocaine. In South Australia, there were other arrests, such as a 39-year-old man from New South Wales, who was charged with seven worsened drug charges. It was alleged that he would appear before the court of Adelaide Magistrate, along with a 46-year-old man accused in four charges of drug trafficking. A 30-year-old man was charged on two counts of drug smuggling. He was released on bail and was due to appear on Adelaide Magistrate's Court on December 4.
SA chief police inspector Tony Cremeri said, that the criminals cannot use state borders without avoiding arrest.
The New South Wales State Police Organized Crime Unit commander, Acting Police Inspector Damien Bofils, said these arrests are a great example of how an interagency criminal response can be extremely working.
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A tourist made an alarming discovery when she picked a discarded plastic bottle to throw in dustbin on Sydney’s Brighton-Le-Sands beach. The police said in the report that when the tourist spotted the camera in a plastic water bottle to film mothers and sisters on a beach, she called the police. Michelle Montcourt, from Mexico, was the one who found the camera while sunbathing on the south end of the beach.
She said he threw a water bottle behind her and walked away. When she picked the bottle to throw in a dustbin, she saw him running off. At this time, she noticed the camera. St George Police has confirmed receiving the complaint and said that the investigation is underway. The device seems to be made by a professional.
The upcoming proposed flight from New York to Sydney will be first of its kind as it is going to be a 20-hour nonstop flight. The pilots have to undergo many tests, including urine samples and brain monitoring, to test fatigue levels. According to the reports, Boeing and Airbus are still developing aircrafts modifications required for such a long flight with a full payload.
Qantas is going to test Boeing 989-9 flight between New York to Sydney for the first time. The main question here if such a long flight is bearable or not. The Australian airline wants to see what are the possibilities of such flights under its Project Sunrise. It is going to be a 10000 miles trip which will take off on Friday night from New York and lands on Sunday morning Local Time in Australia.
In 2018, independent gasoline sellers offered consistently lower fuel prices than their larger competitors. Data compiled by the Australian Competition and Consumer Protection Commission shows that motorists could save up to $ 350 - or $ 275 million - last year if they instead dodged major brands and chose independent retailers. ACCC Chairman Rod Sims informs, that independent chains were the lowest-priced retailers in all eight (metropolitan) cities, while Coles Express was the lowest-priced retailer in almost every city,
In the ACCC report says, that retailers meet front to front in three distinct categories: supermarket chains (Woolies and Coles), marketing processors (BP and Caltex), and key independents (7-Eleven and United). Woolworths was, in the supermarket chain, average 3.5% cheaper than Coles Express, resulting in a 6% difference in Sydney. Caltex was consistently cheaper than BP, but only 0.9% on average in Australia. In the battle between the two largest independent retailers, United came out on top, becoming cheaper more than 3% in all eight major cities.
According to ACCC, the best way to find cheaper petrol is using fuel price comparison apps.
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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.
The police was going half an hour, while a grandfather risked his life, fighting off armed robbers in his family's bottle shop. One worker is injured. Eddie Sawan's brother was standing outside their Doveton store counter yesterday when five men stormed in demanding money. When his brother pressed the alarm, the Sawan came running in his defense.
64-year-old grandfather managed to grab one of the men in a hat, and the rest fled from the store. He tried to keep the man until the police arrived, but the others returned, this time armed with wooden sticks. Mr. Sawan's brother said it was like a war going on in a store when bottles were scattered in both directions, breaking glass everywhere. It was the third time, the store is attacked. The robbers succeded to flee.
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Higher education required
Two years ago, nine thousand more boys, now 14 thousand more girls
In Rajasthan, girls have gone ahead of boys to get higher education. Talk of two years, the girls have turned the dice. After getting admission in colleges, there has been a huge increase in the number of girl students. This year, the number of students studying undergraduate and postgraduate in government colleges of the state has been 13,970 more than the students.
At the same time, the situation was reversed in 2017, when the number of students was 9,537 more than the students. This year, the number of students pursuing postgraduate courses including MA, MSc, M.Com has been 15,659 more than the students. However, the number of girls started increasing last year itself, about 6 thousand girls more than the students. This time, the daughters leaped like that and overtook the boys.
This year, there are 289 government colleges in the state, in which 1,51,911 admissions have been made in this year including in Arts, Science and Commerce. At the same time, talk about post-graduation, 24,752 students have taken admission. At the same time, about 1650 government and private colleges of UG, PG have got admissions of around 12 lakhs this year. The College Commissionerate says that this year the data of admission in private colleges is being collected.
In which there will also be a definite increase in the number of girl students. The government has opened 37 new state colleges from this session, out of which 12 colleges are for girls only. There are 6 colleges in Jaipur division including Kishanpol Girls College. In previous years, where girls were more involved in arts. At the same time, look at the figures of this year, there are more students in science and commerce than in PG.
In the government colleges, the number of students has increased due to competitiveness skills, regular classes and other efforts made for quality education. The number of girls has also increased significantly. The new colleges are also giving good results. We try our best to make the girl child go ahead and give them all the inferior.
A trainee plane crashed today at the Indira Gandhi National Flight Academy (IGNFA), Fursatganj. In this, a pilot was learning to operate a ship. The accident occurred while the ship was landing on the runway.
An trainee plane crashed at around 4:00 pm at the Indira Gandhi National Flight Academy (IGNFA), Fursatganj. In this, a pilot was learning to operate a aeroplane. The accident occurred while the aeroplane was landing on the runway. At the same time, the ship slipped off the runway and entered the drainage. The aeroplane caught fire as it fell in the drainage. Pilot separated himself from the aircraft before the plane fell into the drainage. He is safe at the moment.
The IGNFA administration hurriedly rushed to the scene with its fire brigade. During this time the ship kept burning for a long time. The IGNFA administration somehow managed to extinguish the fire in the ship. But by then the ship was completely burnt. No one was hurt in the accident. The pilot ejected himself from the aeroplane a few moments before the accident and safely came out.
The Rawalpindi District Education Authority found that as many as 17 private schools schools in the city are paying more than the stipulated Rs4,000 tuition fees, following instructions from the apex court to take action against private schools that are overcharging parents.
Such schools were called for a personal hearing on October 22, listed in a survey.
The DEA had surveyed private schools in the city on the basis of directions from the Supreme Court (SC) on schools paying more than the stipulated number. In an initial survey, the authority collected the relevant schools ' complete fee vouchers history.
Working at these documents, it found that as many as 17 private schools in the city did not comply with court orders and paid more to parents than the Rs 4,000 school fees.