Sydney childcare centre is fined Sydney
Sydney childcare centre is fined
In its promotional video "Only about children" sells itself as having a unique approach. That was certainly till one accident three years ago. It was a busy pick up period, when a childcare centre in Sydney revealed that one child was missing. A two-year-old boy was absent for 10 minutes and had been noticed walking alone, without any oversight.
The court took place today. Judge said that at that moment one of the biggest childcare centres did not give promised and needed help to the child. The establishment has been fined 14 000 dollars. The director said they were sorry about the happened and promised to improve their work.
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Disabled woman discovered an agressive note
Geraldine Mockler has pain disorder and it makes many simple things in her life complicated, though her disability may not be observed at once. Yesterday she found a note on her car at the parking. It ran "What is your disability? Made picture of you and a car". The woman was astonished and posted it in a social media. She asked a person who wrote it, to appear. Mrs Mockler also told that people like her face such and worse offends every day and it makes their life very hard. She urges everyone to sort out their behavior with invalids and to try to understand them.
Coronavirus and dogs
Recently there have been rumors about possible infecting of dogs in Sydney with coronavirus. That happened after a dog in China had been proclaimed infected. There have been already euthanising applications from dogs' owners. They are probably afraid of infecting through their pets.
NSW Health informs that there were no noticed dog infections in the state and people have no grounds to kill their pets or thinking of being infected through them.
However, doctors assume that there is a possibility of spreading coronavirus among dogs and to people. Though, there have been no evidence for this yet. Anyway, they call an intention to euthanise pets madness caused by panic.
New heat records in Sydney
A mustard coloured autumn morning in Sydney has borrowed its heat from summer. That was the hottest March day for last thirty years. The temperature in the city centre reached 37 degrees. It is more than an average this season temperature 13 degrees. The reason for it is north-west hot winds. The scientists say it is not the first phenomenon of its kind.
In the evening the temperature fell 10 dergrees less than in half an hour. The forecast for next few days is much cooler. About 24 degrees are expected tomorrow. Even rains can take place. Temperature in other Australian states is expected to be much lower.
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Train derails caused significant delays for Sydney commuters
The commuters of Sydney have experienced significant delays on Tuesday morning after a maintenance vehicle derailed between Circular Quay and Wynyard stations. The train authorities promised a smooth-running service by the afternoon. According to the reports, a maintenance vehicle became jammed on the city loop after 4 AM on Tuesday. The crew was unable to pull it free. Howard Collins, who is the chief operating officer of Transport for NSW, said that normally such situations are handled immediately, but sometimes it can wedge itself into the rails. Mr Collins said he expected the network to be back up to full capacity before the afternoon peak. The delays affected the T2 Inner West and Leppington, T3 Bankstown, and T8 Airport and South train lines, with city circle, trains only able to move in one direction from Central, via Town Hall, until about 7:30 AM.
Marrickville Pork Roll of Sydney fines for multiple hygiene breaches
Known to have the best banh mi in Sydney, Marrickville Pork Roll has been recently fined with a total of $1760 for twice failing to comply with food standards in January. The eatery has violated health and safety regulations three times in the last five months. When food inspectors went there on 17th January, they found that the shop failed to maintain accessible handwashing facilities for the staff. The NSW Food Authority said the company had already been fined for this offence in the past. Just ten days before, the owners were fined $880 for failure to store potentially hazardous food under temperature control. The company was fined in last August for the same offence as well.
Powerhouse Museum plan has failed
The winning design for a new 1.5 billion dollars Powerhouse museum in Western Sydney raises a billion dollar question. The government has recently decided to move the museum to the western suburb. But the latest plan of the building has not taken the entrance for the visitors into account. It is simply located 5 meters high above the ground.
Today the director of the museum told about this failed plan and she considered that the only way is to create some elevator or to build stairs. She said the planning is going on and they would remove the problem.
The Museum was designed by Genton, and considered the biggest architectural project after the Opera House.
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Shock result came negative for Brisbane coronavirus student's housemate
The housemate of a student of the Chinese University of Queensland who was living with him in Brisbane has been tested negative in the shock test. Queensland Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young said it was "highly likely" the housemate had COVID-19 because of his symptoms and contact with the infected man. However, Queensland Health confirmed on Wednesday night the test result was negative, but the housemate would return to his Toowong home to self-quarantine for 14 days. The man, from Logan south of Brisbane, flew into Brisbane International Airport on Wednesday, February 26. It came after The 20-year-old man, confirmed to have COVID-19 on Tuesday, is isolated in a stable condition in the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and his housemate had an anxious day-long wait. He then presented to Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital on Monday and was placed into quarantine in a stable condition.
University student tests positive for coronavirus in Brisbane
Student of the University of Queensland who was living in Brisbane has been tested positive for novel coronavirus. He is the seventh patient who has been confirmed with the disease. He is an international student hailing from China. He spent two weeks in isolation before flying to Brisbane. He is currently in stable condition and in isolation in the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. The health authorities have not yet able to say if he contracted the disease in Brisbane or Dubai. A University spokesperson said that he had not attended any classes in the university. His Toowong flatmate, also a student, is being tested for COVID-19, with his results expected back on Tuesday night.
The truth behind the toilet paper shortfall rumour.
China is the leading producer of toilet paper all over the world. After hit by the havoc of coronavirus, China is facing a great loss in the global market. Australia has also got affected by the Coronavirus crisis as it imports the toilet papers from China. The country fears for the toilet paper shortage as the nation has stopped importing goods from China after Coronavirus became a global concern.
Tim Woods, the managing director of market analyst Industry Edge, cleared the truth behind the toilet paper shortage in Australia. He stated that the country is not facing a scarcity of any goods so there are no requirements of stockpiling of things. He added that Australia only imports 40% of the toilet papers from China. Rest of the production is carried out in the country.
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Police arrested three robbers
Aliganj police in Lucknow have revealed a gang of robbers, which were run by students of BCA, LLB and BPharma. Three crooks have been killed. These robbed ATM cards, mobiles, cardless banking and money from the account were used.
According to the police, the vicious people have confessed to being involved in the six incidents in the northern zone. After registering the case, the police have sent the three looters to jail.
According to the information, among the robbers arrested near LDA Stadium are Aashay Anand, Shekhar Verma and Ashish Mishra who run a medical store in Jankipuram. Intent has done a course of BPharma. At the same time, Shekhar Verma is a BCA final year student from IMS College in Noida and LLB from Ashish Gyanodaya Degree College.
Police have seized looted purse, six mobiles, two scooties used in the incident, Rs 8900, two guns and cartridges from the three. The three have confessed to two incidents each in Aliganj and Mahanagar, one in Jankipuram and Madianav.
Half a million dollars have been invested in Asian mobile games publisher Potato Play
The mobile publisher Potato Play raised $ 500,000 at the pre-seed financing stage. The company is engaged in bringing Asian games to the global market.
Potato Play is headquartered in Singapore. In less than a year, the publisher has released 20 games, including Merge Quest, Crossing Gaps, and Pocket Racing. Their total installations exceeded 10 million.
The Potato Play team comes from top gaming companies, including:
- CEO Vincent Low (Vincent Low) of the British branch of Microsoft Game Studios. An industry veteran with 17 years of experience. In China, he launched the first games on the WeChat platform;
- Vice President of Marketing, Carole Le Van. She was engaged in UA for GameLoft, Ubisoft and Wargaming, including on Asphalt 9 and World of Warships projects.
- Henji Tan, Product Director, Asia Freetool Model & Monetization Expert. He worked at Ubisoft and King
The $ 150,000 invested in the publisher will expand the marketing and product management teams. Part of the funds will be used to develop partnerships with Chinese studios and search for titles in other Asian markets.
“We are committed to working with mobile developers across Asia, especially in China, South Korea and Vietnam,” the company’s management said. According to him, any Asian mobile startup faces marketing and monetization problems. Including - due to the updated policy of the regulator in China. Potato Play, in turn, is ready to solve these problems.
Along with sister and brother-in-law, man killed his own wife
On Monday, a case of the body of a woman was found on the railway track, after which the police have arrested 3 accused during the investigation in this case. Police arrested Nanda Phulbano, brother-in-law Shabab alias Shabbu and another accused Junaid alias Rauf in the death of 23-year-old Shanaya alias Noori, resident of Wazirganj.
Giving information, the police officer said that Noori was murdered by her husband Sultan, who was jailed. He, along with his sister, brother-in-law and friend Junaid, conspired to murder. All three have been sent to jail. Inspector told that after the investigation of Noori's mobile phone call details was discovered, the conspiracy arose.
On the day of the incident, she had several conversations with Nand Phoolbano and her husband Shabab, who lived in Mahtwana locality in Sandila, Hardoi. Both had also approached Junaid alias Rauf, who lives in Chikwan Tola of Sandila.