The chaos caused after truckie ‘ejected’ Sydney
According to a witness, a B-double swerved before it caused a significant domino effect crash, which resulted in a fire at a roadworks zone on the Central Coast. The driver of the truck decided to eject just before the truck caught fire after an explosion, which was caused by him crashing in three other trucks. The traffic north of Halloran, near Wyong, was seen as long as nine kilometers.
According to the police, it will take some time to clear the traffic altogether. The truck smashed in a stationary truck, which was displaying a sign to merge over to the other lane. Chief Inspector Colin Lott said in his statement that the driver couldn’t stop after the first crash and caused a domino of accidents one after the other. According to the police, five people and the driver have been taken to the hospital for treatment.
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Back in 1998, a house was left empty when the last tenant of the house died. The property is spread over 498 square meters and has a large back garden too. A property dealer, Bill Gertos, found the empty home and rented it out for two decades. Now he is going to sell the house after the Supreme Court judge found that he assumed the position of the landlord.
The possession was awarded under the state’s Squatting Laws. Based on the market estimate, the property can go for approx $1,425,000, while many real estate agents think that it can go as high as $1.6 million. Last year Mr. Gertos claimed that he took the possession of the house after he found it empty, and the doors were off the hinge. He spent around $140,000 on renovations before he put it up for rent.
According to the latest report published by the New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR), Sydney’s alcohol licensing regulations, which are also known as lockout laws, have reduced non-domestic assault by 13 percent in the CBD. According to the report, the allocation of the crimes to the area was one of the several factors considered in determining the decrease in the crimes. The report is a positive note on the new policy as in the beginning, it was criticized. The data that was used in determining the cases were taken from 2009 onwards. The monthly reports on the data collection were included while creating the reports. It has to be noted that the report done by Translational Data Science at the University of Sydney claimed that the data analysis did not show any change for Kings Cross even if the frequency and period over which data was collected. It was done to check if the report is accurate or not.
According to the reports, hundreds of Koalas might have been burnt alive during the out-of-control bushfire in northern NSW. The fire vigorously spread over their prime habitat. As per the reports, a lightning strike near Port Macquarie which caused the fire. It burned more than 2000 hectares of forest, which was an important breeding ground of the Koalas. Port Macquarie Koala Hospital president Sue Ashton said, in her statement, this had been a great tragedy. She said the particular population was genetically diverse and held national significance. A lot of Koalas around the world are either mix-breed or cross-bred. The loss of a large part of their population is devastating. NSW Rural Fire Service spokesman Greg Allan said that it would take some time to control the fire completely.
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A jury stated that one of the Sydney women repeatedly said 'no' when she was raped in the luxury hotel room by a popular Chinese actor and producer of his show. Television star Yunxiang Gao and Chinese producer Jing Wang haven't admitted they're guilty to numerous rape and indecent attacks after an accident at the Shangri-La hotel in Sydney in 2018. Wang is also charged with four other cases of rape.
On Tuesday, men told a lawyer for the New South Wales District Court that all hotel activities were agreed upon. But in his opening remarks, The woman was expected to tell the jury that she agreed to return to Wang's hotel room to chat with others, but there was nobody there. Then Wang allegedly attempted to kiss her. According to the jury, she raised her hands and said 'no', despite this both men raped her.
Gao's lawyer told the jury that the woman was not truthful while speaking to the police. She had made four different statements in some days after the alleged incident.
The process continues.
The musician Robbie Hart was first taken to Liverpool Hospital after falling from a ladder, but while visiting an emergency, diagnostic tests showed that 57-year-old man from Hoxton Park, in the west of Sydney, had a much more serious battle to fight. Mr. Hart found out he had liver cancer, and he began treatment at the hospital. He now benefits from Liverpool's new high-tech telemedicine facilities designed to optimize patient care.
Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, multiple LCD touch screens, ceiling cameras and digital multidirectional microphones integrated with the latest update. It allows medical teams to make informed decisions about the patient’s condition. treatment plan and make sure everything is on one page. Doctors can communicate wirh experts from anywhere in the world via video conferencing because of a new institution worth $ 700,000.
This is the first of many accomplishments: Liverpool Hospital was supposed to get $740 million for new transformation. A new oncology center, emergency department and intensive care unit for newborns are planned to open by 2026. Hart’s doctors say he responds well to treatment and is determined to recover completely.
$5.3 billion were given for building a new airport in Sydney. New pictures of it have already showed up, explaining an idea of what it may look like in 6 years, after its opening. Zaha Hadid Architects in London and Sydney's Cox Architecture created a plan of Sydney's international airport terminal, which have been recognized for concentrating on customer travel, rewarding the West Sydney part and the natural backdrop.
The release of project images for the terminal is taking place ahead of the start of major digging works in the beginning of the next year on the territory of the airport with a huge area in the Bajeris Bay. In general, more than 20 million cubic meters of land will be exported for the construction of the airport.
Prime Minister said terminal projects have shown that once-in-a-generation, infrastructure projects are being implemented. “This is allegedly the biggest gateway in the country, and these projects are another step towards making this a reality,” he said.
While the airport will initially serve up to 10 million passengers a year, the terminal is being built to accommodate up to 80 million passengers a year by the 2060s. The airport will also provide 28,000 job places in Sydney.
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Hickinbotham Homes and Land Vision major property developers have told about buyers' interest in their latest projects north and south of the city. The Hickinbotham Homes Liberty Development's director offers 3,500 blocks of land - where cheaper and larger land sizes attract growing families. Land Vision’s St Yves project in Rosworthy promises hundreds of houses and will have absolutely new school campus for Trinity College. The builders say, it is going to be like a new town, but the lethargic few months in the real estate market are collapsing due to a renewed interest in brand new homes, where buyers can choose exactly what they want in their homes.
Mr. Hickinbotham says that large road projects such as the North Connector, which is quickly gaining shape, and the South Expressway, making these areas a little further from the city, are more attractive.
18-year-old Lochlan Brody Mortimer-Shearer died in 2016 after he and his friend had stolen two Nissan Skylines and created a chase with the police at a speed of over 160 km/h.Coroner David Whittle began investigating his death on Tuesday at a South Australian Coroner Court. The documents say that Mr. Mortimer-Shearer crashed into a bulkhead on a port expressway, drove on the wrong side of the road, and ultimately collided with a bridge over Salisbury Highway. The body of the teenager was found the next day after the accident by a worker in the salt fields of the Dry Creek, about 500 meters from the car.
The logical closure is that after the collision he escaped from a stolen Nissan Skyline into salt fields, says the investigator. Mr. Mortimer-Shearer’s sister said in a statement that her brother “went crazy” on the night of the crash.
A climate protester was taken to hospital, and about 20 people were arrested while blocking an international conference on mining in Melbourne after violent clashes broke out between the group and the police. On Tuesday at 6 AM, hundreds of activists from various groups began blocking the entrance to the Melbourne Exhibition Center. They faced police officers, who claimed they have been forced to arrest more than 20 activists, who blocked access for handicapped people and wheelchairs to the building.
Two people were also accused in attacking a police horse.
One policeman was slightly injured during the detention and was treated at the place before being taken to hospital. Some protesters said, the police were aggressive, put one person on the head and pushing the other to the floor and used capsicum.
The International Conference on Mining and Resources is Australia's largest annual industry event and attracts commisioners from the resource, investment and technology parts. More than 7,000 people from about 100 countries are expected to attend the conference.
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Additionally, the ordered by the court for both convicts to pay Rs200,000 each as compensation to Nabi's heirs. The case has been held as dormant against a third accused Masooma Zainab Abidi — who is absconding and accused of abetting — until she was arrested or surrendered. Tuesday night the verdict was announced.
Nabi has been shot dead in 2013 in a flat at the Defense Housing Authority in Karachi. The prosecution said when a heated argument broke out between the victim and the manager who shot Nabi, Mujahid and his friends were smoking party drugs at Hameed's apartment.
The court told the press that Mujahid had used an unlicensed gun to shoot Nabi with common intention and consultation with Hameed and Abidi.
The prosecution was then notified that both convicts and Abidi dumped Nabi's body after shooting the victim— after stabbing and burning it to conceal the deceased's identity— in the apartment building's parking lot.
In 2014, Mujahid and Hameed are charged with the murder of Nabi. The prosecution notified the court that Mujahid had confessed to shooting Nabi twice during an inquiry officer's investigation, while Hameed admitted she had stabbed the victim and brought the police to a place where they found the body, pistol, daggers, blood-stained pillow and bedcovers.
The prosecutor said that Hameed also said during the trial that a few days before the murder Nabi had raped her and that she had written about the incident in her diary that Mujahid was reading.
A matter concerning the statement of the victim's brother-in-law at the Clifton Police Station was recorded under Sections 302 and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code
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