Dog attacks neighbour, aged 6, in Sydney Sydney
On a quiet suburban street in Sydney, a dog attacked a 6-yea old girl and a 38-year old man who has been hospitalized following the attack. According to the reports at around 10 am the dog attacked the girl on the driveway of a home on Nurragi Street, Villawood. The man rushed to help the girl, but he also suffered a bite in the ordeal. The council rangers collected the dog following the attack. The little girl was taken to the Children's Hospital at Westmead for the treatment of the minor lacerations on her leg. The man was taken to the Liverpool Hospital for the treatment of the injury on his arm. According to the police, the inquiry is still going on.
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On Friday Afternoon, Sydney's temperatures dropped as a cold front came in from South of NSW. After a long weekend, the weather changed, and strong winds sent temperatures. Around midday, the city reached highs of above 30 degrees and dropped to 18 degrees after 5:30 PM.
The Observatory Hill of Sydney reached 32 degrees after midday and dropped to 19 Degrees after 5:30 PM. However, Penrith reached 33 degrees in midday and dropped to 19 degrees in the evening.
Abrar Shabren, a forecaster from the Bureau of Meteorology, said, this changed because a cold front came in from the south of the state. He also said the temperatures would go high by the evening. At this time of the year, it is reasonable to move from Spring to Summer.
The developers in Sydney are making millions by selling air. In the past year, thousands of square meters of air space is sold. Last week the developers finished the project of $1 billion in Martin Place which involved a pricey patch of sky.
Private developers, like Lendlease, have bought more than 12,000 square meters of air space for $1500 per square meter.
The city is hoping to sell 38,000 square meters of air or a heritage space, like Qantas House, a heritage building on Hunter St.
Earlier, in 2017, the government of NSW got $50 million for the air space above the entrance of the Wynyard walk.
The empty skies above the properties have become more valuable as they offer developers to increase the size of the buildings in CBD.
By buying the air rights, the developer can take the space and then transfer it to another building.
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The fringe area of Sydney is in demand in the developers as the tenants and investors move away from the city zone.
For the planned development, CWE Sydney and Savills will take the leasing.
Phil Montgomery, from Savills head of research, says the value proposition in the Alexandria area is a compelling proposition for those tenants who wants to close the proximity to the city without paying office rents.
Montgomery said, by 2022-23, A-grade Sydney CBD's gross rents will come in between $1450 and $1500 per Sqm. As 40 to 50% differential for similar property in Alexandria.
It is said that Sydney's south-eastern fringe has good value, which is complemented by the residential projects.
In the Port Stephens area, at Tanilba Bay, the alert level of a fire has been burning the properties which are nearby. With high winds and scorching temperatures, the Fire crew fought.
Today, there is a cooler and damper weather which made the condition good for the firefighters. The temperature at the day time hit the maximum of 34C, and overnight it falls below 20C.
The Mercury is expected to rise again tomorrow and Monday, and this increases the risk of fire. Yesterday, in Western Sydney, the alert level of a bushfire which was out of control was further reduced.
Near Penrith, at the Fire trail Road was given an emergency warning as it has burned the neighbouring houses. However, last night, the alert level was reduced. All the Firefighters got help by water-bombing aircraft as they tried to get the blaze under control.
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Rockbank and Mount Cottrell are the Melbourne ouskirts with only 3000 people living there. But it was earlier. The state government projections indotm, that in next two decades the population of these two districts is going to increase twentyfold. Mount Cottrel and Rockbank are expected to be a home for 65 000 people. In Melbourne’s West, Wyndham Vale, Werribee West, Werribee South, Tarneit and Point Cook South are probably will double in size, along with Hillside, in Melbourne’s north-west. Such a forecast made lots of experts anxious about the infrastructure of the outskirts, whether they are ready for a population boom.
Cranbourne South, Cranbourne East, Bunyip/Garfield and Beaconsfield/Officer are going to be the fastest-growing districts in Melbourne's South-East. Since 2014 the population of Cranbourne East has doubled and will be doubled again by 2036. The department’s demographer, David Sykes, informed the projections were calculated using expert knowledge and trend analysis to estimate the future size, composition and distribution of the population. Melbourne itself is continuing growing due to the high building density in the coming years.
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.