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A man will stand trial today on charges of drug trafficking after armed police had stormed an apartment in the CBD in Sydney. Investigations began last Friday after Australian border officers discovered several thousand MDMA tablets hidden in the luggage during a cargo flight that landed at Sydney Airport. A 29-year-old man from Sydney was arrested on charges of drug trafficking after 500 grams of ecstasy were discovered on a cargo flight that landed in Sydney, the general value is more than $200,000.
Yesterday in the morning, detectives executed a search warrant at CBD house in Sydney and discovered additional drugs, including MDMA, also known as ecstasy, powders believed to be ice and cocaine, much prescription drugs and LSD. Police also expropriate paraphernalia and $ 7,000 in cash.
A 29-year-old man was arrested at his home and taken to a police station, where he was charged with importing a commodity quantity of a drug controlled by the border, supplying illicit drugs, and commerce in criminal proceeds. He was refused bail to appear at the Central Local Court today.
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This week, the Berejiklian government confirmed that there will be seven new stations in Sydney's Metro West by 2030. This was the last development of a multi-billion-dollar project for the Harbour City transportation network, which includes Metro North West, the Sydney High Speed Railway, the Parramatta Railway, which opened in May. - and the biggest bus in Australia, ferry and heavy rail networks. But urban planner Peter Highland, which is curently in Singapore, who has been building transport networks in Australia for over 40 years, said cities that use public transportation best are far ahead of Sydney. Mr. Hyland, Regional Director of Cistri's Urban Planning Consultancy, said of the perfect public transportation system: “It's affordable, capable, regular, safe and cost-effective.” He adds, Singapore is a world leader in public transportation.
When Jeff Fenech bore an open-heart rescue operation, he was not concerned about a fatal infection, but about the realization that he would not be able to take his daughter down the aisle at her wedding. The prospect of missing a big day aroused the world champion to do the incredible in just 10 days. It became his hardest fight, according to his words.
A 55-year-old man had a training camp in Bangkok two weeks ago when he started coughing up blood. His friends ignored his requests to leave him alone and called an ambulance, which, according to doctors, could save his life. Fenech had a potentially fatal heart infection that nearly killed him, which meant he needed open heart surgery
Fenech's daughter and her groom decided to do a bedside wedding ceremony, as she didn't want her father's absence. After it a couple went to Sydney ceremony and Fenech decided to follow him. Now he is exhausted, but said, it was worth it.
The state government of New South Wales today announced the location of seven stations on the new metro line, which is expected to open to the public by 2030.Metro stations will be built in Westmead, North Strathfield, Parramatta, North Bearwood, Sydney Olympic Park, Five Docks and Gulf Sites, said the State Prime Minister. Work starts next year. The metro will double the railway capacity between Parramatta and the Sydney CBD by more than half and reduce the travel time between the two centers by approximately 20 minutes. To implement the project, about 23 residential facilities and about 93 business sites will be acquired.
David Borger, executive director of the West Sydney Business Chamber, said work should begin as soon as possible in order to expand what he called Australia's fastest growing and most congested line.
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The number of loan defaults is increasing in the cities of Melbourne and Sydney. The main reason for the increasing number of defaults is the reluctance by the non-bank lenders to extend the credit. Some of the lenders have now decided not to go to these lending companies in the area of Sydney and Melbourne. However, the receivers and managers of these non-bank lending services are expecting increased workload as investors invariably default on their loans.
These defaults are generally due to the failure of pre-sales of the residential projects. Raylan group has been one of the biggest defaulters of the scenario. However, there are other projects also who are on the verge of a default. Allen Walker, a partner at Cor Cordis, said that she is excepting more business due to the loan defaults in the coming months.
The dams of Sydney are witnessing an alarming rate of depreciation. Sydney would need at least a metre of rain and a major flood to bring back the dam level at reasonable. Government agencies circulated the details of the State of Sydney catchments earlier this month. The State of New South Wales is preparing itself for an increased amount of stress on the State’s water supply, with a particular focus on Murray-Darling Basin.
A government document stated that it would take an approximate amount of 1000 millimetres of rain across the year to break the current situation of drought in Greater Sydney. The report further stated that it might also take over 200 millimetres of rain over one or two days. Sydney’s dams are about 48 percent full and are down by 10 billion litres over the past week. If the city’s desalination plant would not have produced 250 million litres the weekly drop of 0.4 percent would have been more.
Sydney Metro is looking to expand its network with seven new metros being prepared across Western Sydney. To create space for the subway stations, the government has issued order to evict residents of 115 properties. Several local businesses are also being demolished in the process, which also includes the entire Sydney Speedway.
One of the residents being evicted from his home is an 88- year old Martino Colacicco. He has lived at his five dock home for more than 50 years. He moved into the resident in 1966. However, a knock of his door by a government official changed everything. He was informed that his property was being acquired compulsorily by the government of New South Wales to make way for the new western metros. Mr. Colacicco said that this is not a democracy, and this is communism. The transport minister ensured a speedy recovery of the residents.
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One of Australia's leading real estate agents says the noble city center and quiet "forgotten pocket" of the north are among the suburbs of Melbourne that are skyrocketing. Well-known agent John McGrath published his annual report for 2019 on Wednesday and named Kensington in the inner northwest of Melbourne one of the most attractive suburbs for buyers. The multicultural Carnegie and coastal Cheltenham in the southeast are also among the top five at McGrath, along with Watsonia in the north and the upcoming Upway in the craggy east. McGrath believes the Melbourne real estate market has “excellent foundations” to support medium and long term growth. These five districts are at the top of his roster.
Two employees at the Injection Medical Center in Melbourne were amid eight people jailed today for drug commerce. Police took drugs and cash after a checking of a number of residential buildings in Burnside Heights. They arrested a Richmond man, 49, and the woman from Brunswick West, 36, who work at the freshly opened Injection Medical Center. Victoria Police does not claim that any crimes occurred at a medical facility in North Richmond, according to a spokeswoman. The arrests are part of Operation Sievers, a three-month investigation against drug trafficking.
A chairwoman of a group of residents who are lobbying the government to move a safe injection room, which is currently operating in the vicinity of primary school, said she was not surprised by the accusations. She said that today, within five hours after the injection center controlled by medical personnel, there was a drug raid, burglary, and violence.
The Yarra River Business Association tends to rename the river to Birrarung in order to properly recognize its root history. This is part of a bold plan to revive the area, and the organization also offers the idea of a European-style promenade, pool and garden bridge. “We will support any emphasis on waterways, and whether it will be on the water or on the banks of the river.” said the President John Foreman It is supposed that the early settlers of Australia incorrectly translated the current name of the river and that “Birrarung” is its traditional Wurundjeri name, .
Acting Lord Mayor of the Melbourne City Council, said he would reach out to indigenous stakeholders before taking any stand on this issue, he offers to call the river Birrarung Yarra. He adds, it's a really great way to respect Aboriginal culture.
However, the acting Prime Minister James Merlino rejected the idea, claiming that Yarra is the "icon" of Melbourne.
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Facial recognition has been a controversial topic over privacy concerns. New York is no different as it has supporters of the technology who say that it is a necessary tool to fight crime while the critics call it destructive of the welfare of the free and open society. As per the reports, the legislation that would bring facial recognition under the law and may put restrictions on it to regulate its use is all set to become a law in the country’s most populous city.
Cities around the country are working on banning the technology as a whole along with other biometric surveillance systems; the City Council of New York is planning to take a middle road and will ask businesses and landlords to disclose if they are using the technology. NYPD has said in a statement that it won’t be justice to their department if they are living in the 21st century, fighting the crimes of the 21st century but not using the technology available of the 21st century.
An 85-year-old man committed suicide which is said to be done because of the shock he faced due to his son's death. It is said that he went into a jungle where he collected firewood and build a pyre and jumped inside it after setting it on fire.
The man's death came into the light when his family started searching for him but even after four days, they failed to find him. As a last resort they search in the jungle where they found the half-burned body of the man, they identified him from his footwear.
The deceased name is Ajjappa and is a resident of Thippuru near Doddaballapura. The man's son was 58 years old and his wife died 40 years back, His son died due to some illness a few months back. He loved his son very much and was living with him. After his son's death, he was in depression and had stopped talking to his daughter-in-law and other family members.
Police have registered a case of unnatural death under section 174 of the Code of criminal procedure.
The first train under the mass-transit project,' Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT),' will run from October 28 after the completion of construction work on 13 stations.
The train will operate from Dera Gujran to Anarkali, while, after 13 high-voltage substations were completed in Lahore, the authorities concerned decided to conduct a trial to run it through electricity. In addition, the construction work of 11 new stations will be finished by November, suggesting that the first-ever mass-transit system will be placed into service shortly after its trial period of operating the trains using electricity.
Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar will be the event's chief guest for the release of its testing phase, according to sources.
CM Buzdar previously chaired a high-level session to study the Metro trains ' OLMT plan and test process through an official briefing.