The woman, who helped ill people, stole Sydney
46 year old Violetta Hanson has been recently arrested, because she allegedly was handed over stolen jewelry in the pawn shop. She was employed to take care of unable people and stole some jewellery and money. The police kept an eye on the woman for several months, the staff of the pawn shop had photos of her as an evidence, so, police took her into custody there. Hanson is charged for stealing 40 000 dollars in cash and jewellery, taken from the invalids in her trusteeship over ten months across Wiley park, Drummoyne, Doonside and Bexley. NSW Police Superintendent said, ir was a terrible betrayal from a person, who cared about invalids. One of her patients said, they had treated her as a family, and she had behaved like that. Hanson worked in lots of support agencies providing help for ill and disabled people.
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70 minutes of train's delay have taken place today in Sydney. The passengers had no oportunity to get from Milsons Point to Wynyard by train, so many of them walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. There were about 100 people on the platform, when it was said, that the train wouldn't arrive. It was caused by signal problems in Wynyard. Transport for NSW informed, that immediate fixing of signal had done, and buses had replaced trains for some time. By afternoon the situation became normal.
Uber from Bondi Junction couldn't use the possibility to rise a pay, and ride cost about 70 dollars. Twitter was overflowing with travelers' complaints and jokes.
In general T1 and T9 lines were affected, however all the city could feel that problem.
29 houses have been damaged in the fires around Drake, Busbys Flat and Rappville in New South Wales and the quantity is going to rise. The Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall of NSW says, about 300 stock people were killed and 200 ones are missing. Recently, it has become known, 2 people are dead due to the fire. The Rural Fire Service says local firefighters will be granted a delay, as 50 people from Victoria will arrive at the fire sites in nothern New South Wales. Because of the drought, The NSW Farmers Association has asked banks to reduce lending to the farming sector. The drought assistance funds with delayed payments and bearing no interests are welcomed by the government.
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44 year old Sydney dweller Kulwinder Singh denied in the NSW court, he had killed his 32 year old wife in 2013. Parwinder Kaur, the wife, told his, she's going to leave him, so he burnt her in petrol after this and a quarrel about money. It was told by the judge Chris Maxwell, he added, Kaur wanted to change her banking details to her salary wouldn't be recieved by her husband. Singh had only about 95 dollars in his bank account. 90% of the body was burnt, Singh said, she had done it by herself. But the judge informed, the woman wasn't in that state of mind to kill herself. The expert evidence also shows, that burns can't be seld-initiated. In coclusion Kulwinder Singh has been recognized as guilty in the crime of murder.
32 year old Jack Palfreeman from Sydney has been by now in Bulgarian prison, charged for killing. He had to be there for 20 years. But the prosecutor decided to let him go by amnesty in the middle of his imprisonment. Many people (especially locals) consider he should serve out the whole term, some people, however, think, that the killer has to be out of prison because of justice mistake. A decision to grant parole should be residual, according to Bulgarian law, and can't be appealed.
Palfreeman was accused in killing and attempt of killing of two bulgarian boys in 2007. Since than he has been in prison for 11 years. Now his supporters gathered in Sydney and try to bring him home. Palfreeman's fate now is in hands of three judges. His lawyer noticed, that politics affects the case very much.
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The police of Victoria tries to control Mebourne more and more. And more and more protesters of Extinction Rebellion come out of their houses to capture attention of the government to the climate problems, Police warned workers in the city centre, that activists will cause much disruption in the peak hour, so they'd better go home earlier. Yesterday about 100 people tried to block entrance to the headquarters of mining giant BHP on Collins Street. During the week there were commited more than a hundred arrests. Police says, they are not against peaceful protests, but this one has created chaos in the city. Near Queen Street, for example, 'Rebellion' caused commuter gridlock and worsened traffic.
Today, also, it was found, that conditions, that restricted some activists to take part in the protests, given by police, are invalid. According to the law police can't use bail conditions as an ban against participation in protests. Though police had to release those activists, anyway, they are expected to face the court later.
Dominic Iannotti, who belongs to Prestwick, is going to compete in the INAS Global games that are going to commence tomorrow. INAS global games are one of the world’s most significant high-performance events meant for athletes who have an intellectual impairment. Dominic, who has Asperger syndrome, has coached Prestwick duo Jack Dickson and Frances Smiley recently for the special Olympic medals. And now this 22-year-old is going to Brisbane to win a medal.
Dominic stated that he is looking forward to this experience, and he feels incredible that he is going to be a part of this event. He further said that he has been increasing his match practice sessions at the gym, so he is physically ready to face the challenges.
Dominic is a part of the five-strong Great Britain squad who is going to Brisbane.