A 2.5 meter boa is lost in Sydney Sydney
On October 9 a snake skin was found at a construction site near Torumba Circuit. It was supposed, that a dangerous 2.5 meter boa is around the Cascades Estate residential complex in Silverdale. The government is still trying to find and capture the animal and asks anyone, who saw it or its marks to report, but in any case not to come close to the snake or not to make any contact. This boa is one of the biggest species,probably, it doesn't have poison but suffocates, so it is dangerous for everyone, especially for little children. If the snake is captured, it will be brought to veterinarian and examined, what it ate, where it was and if it had any dangerous diseases.
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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.
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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The renters in Sydney are enjoying some of the best conditions because of the property investment boom. In around 55 suburbs, the cost of renting has reduced and currently at the lowest point in the last five years. Based on the report published by Domain Rental for the September Quarter, the price has dropped by up to one-quarter in the past one year.
According to Eliza Owan, who is a Domain research analyst, this is the sharpest annual decline in the past 15 years. At some point, the rent is expected to go back up again. As the purchasing prices will go up in the coming months, it is expected to see the rent rising. The drop is notable at the most in Greenwich, where around a 24.8% decrease in the rent has been noticed.
Several famous beaches in Sydney remained closed on Friday because of the fear of a shark attack. According to the reports, a dead body of a five-meter long juvenile male humpback whale was spotted last Friday on the shores of Avalon, several beaches north of Narrabeen. On Wednesday, it reached Long Reef where Thomas Mesaglio took a photograph and stated that there were a lot of shark bite marks on the body.
Northern Beaches Council staff removed the dead body on Thursday morning and managed to clean the toxic waste as well. The council has, however, closed the beaches as the smell of the dead whale was still notable by the sharks, which could attract them to the beach, putting the visitors in danger. It may take a couple of weeks for the beaches to get reopened.
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Joel Rintala scored four goals in an Exhilarating performance against an Adelaide side. His performance led Brisbane to a 5-1 victory against their rivals. New South Wales also defeated Tassie 4-2 to be level on points with the league leaders Brisbane but trail in goal difference. Canberra also got their first victory of the new season in a 3-1 penalty shootout win.
Brisbane was unforgiving in their performance against Adelaide who at times seemed helpless. The 5th-minute opener from Corey Weyer gave Brisbane the lead. He scored the goal through a penalty corner. It was Rintala’s show after that. He scored his first goal in the 10th minute. Adelaide pulled back one goal in the 29th minute via a strike from debut star Isaac Farmilo. Pintala though was unforgiving after that and scored three more goals, out of which one came in first-half stoppage time and the other two in the second half.
Valeriia Shabalina won a gold medal in 100 meters backstroke in International Athletes with Intellectual Impairment (INAS) global games. The games are being played out in Brisbane. The Russian swimmer defeated Yui Lam Chan of Hong Kong who won the silver. Shabalina won the gold with a record time of 1 min 9.15 seconds. Madeleine McTernan of the home country bagged the last podium finish as she finished third.
Shabalina bagged another gold in the 800m freestyle category defeating Pernilla Lindberg of Sweden in the final. Another Australian swimmer in Jade Lucy bagged the bronze. The Russian swimmer completed her hattrick of gold by winning the gold in 200m medley. He clocked a time of 2:28:15 in the assortment. The home nation also impressed in various categories with Phoebe Mitchell bagging the gold medal in 100m backstroke in a different category.