Heavy rains in NSW Sydney
Heavy rains in NSW
In Australia, in the state of New South Wales, which has suffered from extremely large-scale forest fires over the past few months, heavy rains have begun.
Torrential rains in New South Wales put out 18 out of 60 fires, and now some areas of the east coast of Australia are in danger of flooding.
Most of the fires were extinguished by rains in the north and northeast of the Australian state.
At the same time, in the coastal areas of New South Wales, including Sydney, the highest levels of precipitation in the last three years may occur. According to forecasts of meteorologists on February 7, from 60 to 90 mm of precipitation is expected in Sydney, 120-150 mm of precipitation is predicted on February 8, and 90-150 mm on February 9. The last time in the city was more than 100 mm of precipitation in one day on November 28, 2018.
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56-year-old Anthony Sampieri has been recently accused in assaulting and raping a 7-year-old girl in Sydney. Now he is to face the court, but his lawyer informed that the rapist feels great remorse and says it happened because of his drug addiction. He is on meth and considers himself ill. Meth is a violence drug, he says, and you cannot control yourself what it affects you. The rapist also apologized before several women whom he assaulted by words. Sampieri said, everything will be changed and he will learn how to control himself.
He pleaded guilty in 10 charges and is to face the court in the nearest future.
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It has been more than seven months since hundreds of residents were evacuated. Now the area around the towers is fenced in till the engineers fix the problems and remove risk of falling bricks. It has been no mention about how much it all costs and what the terms of the work are.
Flood in NSW
Since Wednesday all New South Wales suffers heavy rains and floods and now they are only worsening. The eastern part of the state is especially poured over. Roads there are closed and emergency services are overwhelmed with calls of victims of the rains. There have been more than 500 calls since the beginning of the natural disaster.
Anyway it is a real boon after devastating bushfires, says RFS. They were absolutely happy. It rained over the places with fires.
Forecast for next week is quite the same. Gust winds and heavy rains are expected on the East coast again. Sydney can also be affected by flooding.
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Smokey is a name to grow into and be proud of. Not only are there eight generations of the family behind him, but his name will always remind him of his connection to the land. His mother says it beautifully. The country doesn't belong to us, and it's time every Australian starts to remember that. We are here for a finite length of time. While we all want to leave our children something, it is time to think beyond bricks and mortar and money.
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The developed mild anaemia, periodontal disease, mild hypoglycaemia and mild hypocalcaemia, and had low levels of protein, calcium and glucose in their blood. All dogs ate the offered food ravenously. As per the report, it was a combination of emaciation, dehydration and anaemia would have resulted in death within days in these animals if continued to be left untreated. The woman has been banned from buying or adopting any animal for two years.
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Shooting in Melbourne kebab shop
A 56-year-old owner of a popular kebab shop in Melbourne have been shot by an unknown man. He and his family had just returned from the celebration home. There they were waited for by a criminal. When the couple came to the house the criminal shot the owner's foot. The man fell down to cover his wife. The shooter said no word and drove away with a white car, which was parked in the yard. There was another man in the car. Police consider the car was waiting for all day.
Now the victim is undergoing treatment in hospital with a serious injure. Police are investigating the case and trying to understand motives of the shooting. CCTV was not working at the moment of the attack, so if you have any related information turn to a police department.
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Breakers' hearts still beating with NBL win over Brisbane.
Import Scotty Hopson lauded his side's resilience after the New Zealand Breakers kept their NBL season alive with a shock 91-87 win at Brisbane's Nissan Arena. The Breakers' season has been one of dramatic twists and setbacks, including the sacking of import Glen Rice Jnr, the release of Corey Webster and RJ Hampton, and the death of team manager Fata Leota. Yet still, they, along with the Brisbane Bullets and Melbourne United, remain in the hunt for the fourth and final playoffs spot after a thrilling road win on Friday.
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Von hinten zerrissen und ausgeraubt, haben drei Fremde am Samstagmorgen einen 82-jährigen Rentner in Wien. Das Trio entkam mit seiner Brieftasche, eine sofortige Suche war erfolglos.
Gegen 7:30 Uhr morgens griffen drei Männer einen 82-Jährigen vor dem Eingang seines Wohnhauses in Jenwayingass in Floridsdorf an. Fremde näherten sich ihrem Opfer von hinten, zerrten ihn zu Boden und zogen seine Brieftasche aus der Innentasche seiner Jacke, bevor sie mit ihrer Beute flüchteten, die angeblich recht klein war.
Ein Rentner, der bei dem Angriff nicht verletzt wurde, warnte die Polizei sofort. Eine sofortige Suche nach Straftätern in der Nähe des Tatorts sei jedoch erfolglos geblieben, sagte der Wiener Geschäftsführer am Sonntag.
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Delhi Police arrested two arms smugglers
On Saturday evening, the Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested two smugglers of arms smugglers. Both these Delhi smugglers brought illegal weapons to supply to Delhi and surrounding areas. The police have seized 21 pistols and 50 cartridges from their possession. They brought arms from Morena in Madhya Pradesh at cheap prices and sold them at expensive prices in Delhi-NCR.
Those arrested by the police have been identified as Santoshi (50) and Pitam Singh (20). In the interrogation by the police, he said that he had gone to Morena jail in the case of a quarrel in the village. There he came in contact with illegal weapon makers and suppliers. After getting out of jail, he started smuggling illegal weapons. He also took arms from Aligarh in UP. He used to supply them to the crooks of Delhi and NCR.
He used 32 bore pistol for 7-8 thousand and .315 bore for 2-3 thousand. They were further sold for 20 to 25 thousand and 4-5 thousand respectively. Santoshi, who has been supplying illegal weapons for 4 years, has been arrested in three cases of Arms Act. Pitam Singh came in contact with Santoshi three months ago and was engaged in supplying illegal weapons with him.
Les étudiants de l'Université de Montréal sont furieux alors que les écoles restent ouvertes malgré la tempête hivernale
Les étudiants de l'Université de Montréal sont en armes aujourd'hui après que presque toutes les écoles et tous les conseils scolaires de l'île ont décidé d'annuler les cours en raison de l'avertissement de tempête hivernale émis par Environnement Canada et de la tempête subséquente qui continue de ravager la ville. Oui, les universités Concordia et McGill sont ouvertes aujourd'hui même si la plupart des autres étudiants sont honorés par un jour de neige. Alors, que font les étudiants de Montréal quand ils sont mécontents?
Eh bien, l'émeute, bien sûr.
Bien que, grâce à la météo, les émeutes aient été maintenues, pour la plupart, dans le domaine de Twitter.
Mais alors que le vent continue de fouetter la neige qui tombe sans arrêt dans nos rues bien-aimées, nous pouvons constater que le mécontentement des étudiants augmente. Ils peuvent enfiler leurs habits de neige et descendre dans les rues, ainsi que le vent et la neige, pour protester contre la demande de se déplacer dans un temps aussi ridicule lorsque tous les autres élèves ont reçu un laissez-passer gratuit pour aller jouer.
D'accord, si vous ne pouviez pas dire: je plaisante.
Bien sûr, ces étudiants ne sont pas impressionnés. Mais nous sommes probablement à l'abri d'une émeute, grâce à la météo. Ce dont nous ne sommes pas à l'abri, c'est la teneur en sodium de ces tweets qui sont plus salés qu'un camion essayant de dégivrer un trottoir de Montréal.Les étudiants de l'Université de Montréal sont furieux alors que les écoles restent ouvertes malgré la tempête hivernale
Pourtant, malgré les conditions de voyage tragiques et le danger d'essayer de marcher sur les trottoirs de Montréal, McGill et Concordia ont maintenu que les cours étaient en cours, que les bâtiments étaient ouverts et que, par conséquent, les élèves devaient faire le trajet jusqu'à l'école.