Fines for water in NSW Sydney
The state water plan for 2017 for level 3, which defines the use of water in the open air, will be either limited or completely limited.
The total water storage in Sydney was reduced to 44.8%, which is almost 2% less than on November 17. Given the rapid rate of decline in dam levels, the government decided to introduce restrictions of the next level earlier than planned, said the Prime Minister.
At current supply levels, Sydney is likely to run out of water even for 1.5 years, provided there is no rain. The Bureau of Meteorology predicts a drier than usual summer for the state. In 2016, the government considered proposals to increase the height of the dam wall, an important catchment in the state, to prevent it from overflowing.
Fines of $ 220 will be charged to residents abiding by restrictions. Companies that use outdoor water must apply for exemption.
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Sydney and all New South Wales has been captured with fires for several months already. The air in Sydney is one of the worst in the world, its quality is below the norm in 10 times. So Sydney residents have gathered today to protest against the Australian government's indifference. They are standing in masks in front of Town Hall and are demanding the government should give more money to Rural Fire Service and all the things that will make fire to disappear in the shortest possible time.
The NSW environment minister agrees with the protesters and informs that fires were terrible and uncontrolled last days, they must do anything to reduce unacceptable air pollution. He adds these are the worst fires in this century so far.
The sum of claims for coverage to New South Wales health workers increased by 75 percent. Over the past three years, the number of claims has almost doubled. The amount includes all benefits, medical expenses, rehabilitation, settlement and legal expenses. The New South Wales Auditor General identified the number of overtime hours worked by New South Wales Ambulance Services as a serious problem and called for a analysis of the listing process. The newest NSW Health every year announcement let us see that in 2018-2019 ambulance workers filed more than six hundred claims for compensation to employees totaling 7.5 million. Experts consider that changes widely due to a significant increase in mental stress claims.
Nurses placed the firs point of the list with more than one third of all requirements.
The Sydney subway project has reached a new level with the completion of the construction of a railway tunnel under Sydney Harbor. Residents were told that about 30 of their houses would need to be cleaned to build a new one. People are of course disappointed. Some studied in the area, lived whole life there and raised their children. Now they are asked to leave this place.
Just there is the most difficult section, which is below the ocean level 1 km long. Now it is very important that the drilling machine can cope with the second kilometer of this length. The Prime Minister said that the metro will be available for use in 2024.
The project, which is still in its early stages, is expected to be publicly available next year.
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On the invasion of brushturkeys complain both residents of apartment buildings in Sydney, in the courtyards of which large birds build their huge nests, and the owners of private homes. Wild birds attack poor domestic chickens with the goal of ... mating,
There is no one to protect Sydney from the invasion of wild birds
Long-term struggle with stray cats and dogs on the streets of Sydney has led to the fact that there is simply no one to protect the metropolis from the invasion of big-legged. These birds look like turkeys, quite large. Birds perfectly adapted to life in a big city, fly into open windows, walk on highways, and in the courtyards rake up huge piles of foliage and build nests there.
According to the Australian media, brushturkeys move in large groups in the city. Many complaints come to police stations and the emergency phone from people who ask to protect them from such an unpleasant neighborhood.
It is worth noting that before stray dogs and cats were not allowed in Sydney big-breeds. However, since there were no homeless animals left on the streets of the city, and the owners walked their pets only on leashes, the birds did not have any barriers to a safe life in the neighborhood with people.
Residents of the private sector complain that brushturkeys give them a lot of inconvenience. Wild birds break fences to get to domestic chickens with which they try to mate.
Dense smog from forest fires in eastern Australia covered Tuesday the largest city in Sydney. The situation will remain difficult at least until the end of this week.
According to experts, the combination of high temperature and low pressure was the reason for the concentration of smoke and burning in the central and northwestern areas of Sydney. Due to heavy smoke, the state fire headquarters located in Sydney Olympic Park was temporarily evacuated.
In the state of New South Wales, over two million hectares of forest are currently covered by fire, 80 fires have been recorded, 35 of which have not yet been localized. To combat the fire mobilized more than two thousand people and hundreds of units of special equipment, including 90 fire aircraft. Specialists from Canada and the USA arrived to help Australian firefighters.
We remind that large-scale forest fires began in northeast Australia in mid-October and by early December also covered the southeastern coast of the continent. In the state of New South Wales, fire has already destroyed about 3 million hectares of forest, including a number of national parks and protected habitats of koalas.
Last year seahorses, which dwell on the south coast of Australia started to lose their population because of bad living conditions, such as influence of ships and terrible quality of water near Sydney. Near 90% of seahorses have extincted for this time.
However, some young people from technical university in Sydney, from primary industry have begun a new project, first of its kind, to save seahorses of New South Wales. They put 6 couples of these marine creatures into an aquarium and let them breed in safety. As seahorses in the ocean is food for almost everyone. Each of couples has about a hundred of babies. After they had grown up, seahorses would be released into the ocean.
Some experts say it is not a certain guarantee that seahorses could live in the wild nature as there is danger everywhere for them. Anyway, the experiment is worth of attention.
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Some Joshua Norman has been today sentenced to more than 3 years behind bars in Adelaide. His accusation is drunk driving and killing a 21-year-old man in 2018. Norman admitted his guilt. The judge called his driving egotistical and careless, so now he must spend in jail at least 2 years. The killer's lawyer asked the court to reduce the charge, as Norman has an ill father and has to be taken care of. But the charge was too serious to avoid jail. Moreover, Norman drove drunk not for the first time and has already a list of the court cases.
The killed Adam Joseph was going to embark to the UK to play there in a football team, when the terrible accident happened.
Police are counting on a posthumous checking to resolve, if the death of a person whose body has been found in some yard in Adelaide must be considered apprehensive. Allegedly several teenagers, who live near the place, have found a body in the carpet behind the house after their party in the north of the city. The owner of the house wasn't there, when it happened. Police were called shortly after the discovering in the morning, and officers came to the place. A neighbor said she saw the body from her own yard after it was firsly discovered. And every other neighbor could smell it.
Police counts so far that the body could be there for some days already. Now they are investigating the consequences of the death and identifying the man.
White Island in New Zealand has been recently shaken by the volcano eruption. A family from Adelaide has suffered due to it. A 48-year-old woman with her husband and a daughter had a vacation there. Lisa Dallow, the woman, has been found severely injured but alive. Her husband and daughter were not found and are considered to be missing. Now Mrs Dallow is in hospital and is praying for lives of her family.
There were almost 50 tourists from Australia on the island when the eruption happened. 5 people were found dead, others are missing. Emergency services are working at the place.
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Общество с ограниченной ответственностью "Строительная компания региона " приостановило демонтаж виадука но уже скорее всего в ближайшие дни возобновят роботы по демонтажу.Прессе об этом одиннадцатого декабря сегодня было сообщено в городской администрации.
Рядом с путепроводом пролётов семь. На конец ноября строителями буквально было снесено первые из этих пролетов. Эти роботы были самыми легкими так как под ними не было ни каких коммуникативных путей. Чтобы демонтировать остальные нужно основательно готовится. Также как и первый их нельзя разрушать –их уже демонтируют с помощью крана.
На опоры пролётов, которые будут демонтироваться в первую очередь, уже были возведены вспомогательные и сооружения а также защитные. Прессе дали комментарии строители: данные конструкции соорудили чтобы избежать повреждений опор в момент съёмки балок. Согласно проекту некоторые балки не снесут а просто усилят.
Voices of Protest have intensified regarding the Navi Mumbai International Airport. People living around the airport have started the Protest. The main construction site of Navi Mumbai International Airport has not been completely evacuated yet. Some villagers of 10 villages located at the main construction site are still not willing to leave their ancestral villages and houses. The villagers have refused to move to the new place until their demands are met. On the other hand, CIDCO has issued an ultimatum till December 15 to the adamant villagers for not leaving their homes by issuing a notice on December 3. CIDCO has said that villagers who do not leave their old homes till December 15 will not be given the benefit of pre-announced financial compensation. This includes 18 months house rent, incentive allowance of Rs 500 per sq ft in addition to other pre-announced compensation including construction expenses of Rs 1,000 per sq ft to build a new house at Pushpak Nagar node.
According to CIDCO, villagers who leave home after December 15 will be ineligible for compensation. CIDCO informed that a new Pushpak Nagar node with state-of-the-art facilities is being developed for all the migrating villagers. Talking to the remaining villagers will convince them soon. Around 3,000 villagers from 10 villages had houses around the main construction site of the new airport. Of these, 70 percent of the villagers have handed over their house to CIDCO and moved to the new site, Pushpak Nagar. Apart from these, about 30 percent of the villagers of Ulwe, Talghar and Kombadbhuje villages out of 10 villages are living in ancestral houses. Sources associated with this movement said that 70 percent of the villagers who left here in the struggle to accept the pending demands of the remaining villagers are also openly supporting them.