Ivan Milat’s health took a worse turn, s Sydney
Ivan Milat, a serial killer, who was in the medical wing of Long Bay Jail, was shifted to Sydney's Prince of Wales Hospital after his health took a worse turn. The 74-year-old killer was diagnosed with terminal esophagus and stomach cancer. The sources closed to him said that he had been in agony and on his death bed.
When he was first diagnosed, a few of his siblings visited him, but in the last few weeks, there were no visitors. Back in May, he spent two weeks at the Prince of Wales Hospital. He is known as the Backpacker Killer and showed no remorse to his victims. The bodies of the backpackers that he killed were discovered in 1992 and 1993 in the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney. He was convicted in 1996.
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One of the senior-most Authority in the Australian churches Glenn Davies has informed all the activists who are in favour of same-sex marriage to “Please Leave” rather than protests and press for changes in the laws and reforms to “satisfy the lusts and pleasure of the World.” The Archbishop from Sydney used his presidential address to the Sydney Anglican diocese assembly to speak in against the same-sex marriage.
He said that the Church could not bless same-sex marriage because it is a sin, and it cannot be blessed in a Church. The Church has repeatedly said that they believe that “marriage is between a man and a woman.” However, these beliefs of Church is not popular amongst the citizens of Australia and neither consistent with the Marriage law of the country after the amendment of Marriage Act in 2018.
An increase in the supply of the house and the slow growth of wages has put a descending pressure on the investment and rental market some of the most affordable suburbs of Sydney. The biggest annual fall has been recorded in the rental market in over a decade according to a recent report. The prices have dropped by almost 25% in the suburbs that have taken the biggest fall.
The west and South-west parts of the cities which provided the cheapest rents in the city have seen a significant decline throughout the year. Nine out of the ten suburbs, which can be referred to as the most affordable have seen massive price drops in their rents. The research said that the reason for the decline was the large numbers of buildings that were built but didn’t have enough tenants to fill the apartments.
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52 year old Vinzent Tarantino was charged for killing a 12 year old girl Quanne Diec. She left her home in Granville, it's not far from Sydney, in 1998, went to school and has never been found. Tarantino himself didn't admit, he was guilty and had any relation to the case. His ex-girlfriend Laila Faily had told the court before, that he raped, killed and brought the girl's body into a wheelie bin in the National Park. Tarantino says, it is the worst lie about him, he also adds, that there were only guns and cocaine in that bin.
In 2016 Tarantino said, he strangled the girl, but it was lie, as he was afraid of bikies, which can avenge for triple murder at Blackmarket Cafe in 1997. He had even post-traumatic disorder after the fight in the night club, as bikies threatened his family. On the day of killing, he and his girlfriend hid drugs and weapon near the Princes Highway, and his girlfriend accused him in hiding Quanne's body. Some experts informed, Tarantino had problems with mental health. The trial continues.
The residents of notorious Mascot Towers were informed yesterday, that new cracks on the building had appeared, that need urgent fixing. The residents of the building had already been evacuated in June because of cracks. Now they widened, according to the engineer's words, the building's foundation is also uncertain. Probably, the house in neighbourhood caused ground's destabilisation supporting Mascot Towers. Two months ago, the dwellers agreed to pay 7 million dollars to fix the house, and only $1.1 dollars were spent on examination of it.
The residents will not be able to enter their units in escoted evenings from tomorrow evening, since the block is being handed over to the builders. The dwellers are not going to live in their houses for a coming year
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The Victorian teacher Kathryn Joy Woods was accused in molesting a person under 16 by the Court. Her lawyer, Colin Mandy S.S., told the Court of Appeal today that her acquittal on 12 related charges showed that the jury must have doubted the veracity of her prosecutor. Mr Mandy said that it makes no sense for jury members to convict Woods on some charges, but not on others. He considers, if they have adequate doubts as to whether the applicant is telling the truth this doubt of his credibility should extend to other charges.
However, Attorney Jeremy McVilliams protected the guilty findings as “perfectly rational and completely logical.”
The commissioner Bruce Lander informs, that poor records at SA Health make it not easy to detect corruption. He had earlier confirmed about his confidence of corruption in the health system of South Australia and a bad documentation worsened its search. Earlier this year Mr Lander sent a letter to the Health Minister Stephen Wade, where he asks money for the researches of corruption, and says it damages administration in the health system. Mr Lander also said, he can help the agency recoup far more than the cost of the inquiry.
Treasurer Rob Lucas answered Lander, they have already provided ICAC with additional funding of $14.5 million and the government can't give them now more money for additional needs.