Uncontrolled fire in NSW can increase Sydney
Worse weather and bitter winds are going to take place in New South Wales and Sydney with the beginning of a new week. So, firemen have a short period of time to cope with present fires in the state. The fires are not stopping and Sydney is extremely polluted with harmful smoke. A lot of people are complaining about problems with breathing. They say they are afraid of what can be in several days.
More than a hundred fires are out of control. The one on the Gospers mountain has joined other burning places and created a large territory set on fire. It is the most dangerous place that can spread fire all around the state and destroy hundreds of houses. More than six hundred homes have been already destroyed in fire.
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Filed by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology BOM, Australia is waiting for the summer, which will be one of the warmest and driest of history. In November, the average daily temperature in Sydney was 27 C. The previous record set in 1894 was 26.5 degrees.
Meteorologists believe that the inhabitants of Australia should prepare for the upcoming numerous temperature records. So far, the hottest day in Sydney's history was January 7, 2013: 45.8 degrees.
Records at Sydney Hill Observatory Meteorological Station have been maintained since 1858. Most of the country's weather records have been set in the last decade. In November, the temperature record for the whole of Australia was also broken: an average of 40.3 . Just to the states and territories, 70% of Australia suffered from extreme heat due to the flow of hot air that was kept above the center of the country.
One of the factors of abnormal heat is a weather phenomenon known as the Indian Ocean dipole. The dipole creates a lower than average sea surface temperature of the Indonesian islands. These temperatures intensely attract potential rainfall and coolness from Australia and direct them to the east coast of Africa.
Recently a 24-year-old man died at one of the New South Wales music festival. It is known, he took some dangerous drugs, such as cocaine. He was taken to the hospital at night and died there because of heart attack. Police is investigating the circumstances now.
The festival was well arranged and about ten thousand participants were supposed to be in safe conditions. Nevertheless, the crew of organizers informed that they had warned people about the danger of drugs and they were not answerable for any consequences of taking drugs. Anyway more than a hundred people had some illegal stuff at the festival and some of them were trying to supply drugs. They will have to pay a fine.
It is already the sixth death at the music festival in NSW for last two years.
The Sydney resident 72-year-old Roslyn Reynolds has created a railway model, which attracts hundreds of people to watch now. Her passion about trains started in 1950, when her family left for Sydney and settled down next to the Goodwin engineering company. She even found her future husband Keith in one of the railway clubs. About twenty years ago the couple decided to create a railway model right in their own yard together. Ms Reynolds shares that it was a real rest after a hard working day to spend some time creating your dream.
The feature of the collection is showing the history of Australia's trains and how they evolved. Now younger people and children can find out this history.
This way in began to attract visitors, even famous ones, such as Don Burke. After the husband's death Ms Reynolds constantly added something new to their collection. Now everything they have collected is worthy of about $250,000. So Ms Reynolds takes part in numerous charity funds. She says her husband would be proud of their common success.
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The cyclone, like storms that hit Sydney, has affected the lives of thousands of people in the city. Thousands of homes are without power in the town. Somewhere around 4100 residentials and business customers in the northern suburbs did not receive electricity till the morning of Sunday. The blackouts were caused due to the fallout from severe storms on Tuesday. Ausgrid, the network operator, informed that its crews were working continuously in reconnecting the vast majority of the city who are without power. Reports suggest that power was restored for more than 47,000 customers since Tuesday. The situation has been made more complicated by the effect that the storm caused on individual customers' connections, such as private poles. Ausgrid informed that various private poles had suffered significant damage complicating the problem. Ausgrid has reported that the regulations do not allow them to repair these private connections. The person with an individual pole who are affected by the damage must contact a qualified electrician to repair damage to their pieces of equipment. A statement from Ausgrid said that once these private connections are restored, they can be rejoined to the network by the staff of Ausgrid.
The reports suggest that the start of the summer in Sydney will be a cold one. The temperature on Sunday will be below-average. Also, a smoke haze will hover in the city on Monday. Sunday will see the temperature around 25 degrees, and it will go down to 23 degrees on Monday. The heat will increase to the higher side to 20s to early 30s later in the week. Abrar Shabren, the forecaster at the Bureau of Meteorology, said that the first day of the summer has been colder than what it has been in the past. However, he said that the summer is expected to be a warm one, and a little rainfall can be expected in the coming weeks. The smoke that is coming from the bushfires in the north and south New South Wale will keep continuing the air quality in Sydney and other areas around the state. The state has seen 146 fires burning in the past few days. Fifty-three fires have not been contained yet. The state officials have put six areas, which include Greater Sydney, Greater Hunter, and Illawarra, under total fire ban on Sunday. Mr. Shabren said that the smoke is expected to last till Sunday.
One man died, and two were rescued after a rogue wave flipped a boat in the seas near Sydney’s northern beaches. Reports suggest that the family was on a fishing trip. Three people, a 33-year old man, a 61-year old man, and a 13-year old boy were on board at the boat when the waves overturned the boat. The middle-aged man and the teenager managed to swim back where the lifesavers saved them. However, the 61-year old man failed to survive. The tragedy turned the family trip into a disaster as the boat was capsized off the beaches on Northern sides. Emergency services were called to the Long Reef off Anzac parade at 9 in the morning in Collaroy after the 12-foot aluminum boat met the tragedy. The eldest man was taken back to the Fisherman’s Beach. Paramedic attempted CPR on the man, but he failed to survive. A spokesperson from Surf Live Saving NSW told that as per his understanding, the man suffered a cardiac arrest in the water. The spokesperson of emergency services Mr. Hill described the incident as a freak incident. The three victims are believed to be members of the same family.
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An extremist Philip Galea has been admitted guilty of planning attacks with chemical bombs in some Melbourne malls in 2015 and 2016 and in islamization of the country . But at the court he complained about injustice of the charge, as the judge had not enough evidence and facts.
He was the part of far-right Muslims, which competed wit the far-left here in Melbourne. Galea made planning an attack easier by creating a document. Though his lawyer said it was done only to find a policeman who laid low in the far-right clubs. Anyway, Galea was charged in using homemade bombs and dangerous liquids made by him. In March he is going to face the court again.
A 63-year-old ex senior Australian consul John Finnin who sent obscene messages to policeman who was pretending a teenager was imprisoned in Melbourne. He pleaded guilty that he used the transportation service to provide a teenager under 16 for sexual activity. The consul from Victoria was looking in the internet for someone under 18 for indecent activity. His ad suggested a reward for those who wanted to sleep with the politician.
A policeman answered him, saying he was a 14-year-old one. Despite understanding that he was in contact with one of the minors, the former Australian diplomat continued to send obscene messages. They fixed the meeting but after "the 14-year old" had not showed himself, the consul cancelled the appointment.
Finnin is sentenced to 14 months has to pay a fine of $1,000.
55-year-old Borce Ristevski was imprisoned half a year ago for nine years after pleading guilty in 2016 murder his 47-yearold wife Karen Ristewski after a quarrel in their house in Melbourne. Her body was found after several months in Bushland. Then the judge informed, he had had not enough evidence and information for an adequate charge. So, the lawyers admitted this charge not reasonable. Today the killer was sentenced to 13 years behind bars. They suppose Ristevski does not actually feel guilty and has no regret. Hi has not even agreed to tell the circumstances her wife's death. Ristevski relatives were present at today's court. The murdered woman's brother said, he was pleased with the court's decision, but he does not believe the killer will ever change.
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Не типичную картину видели ехавшие по Московскому шоссе водители 7-го числа. На перекрёстке с Димитрова они увидели огромное количество мешков с мусором.
Оказалось, что это инициативные местные жители собрались сортировать мусор. Небольшое количество людей постоянно подъезжают на машинах на место сбора.
Все выкладывают объём мусора, который насобирали.
В области Самары проблематика раздельного сбора мусора и переработки вторсырья пока остается очень актуальной. Власти планируют построить в Волжском районе большой мусоросортировочный комплекс. Но это пока только намерения инвестора. Если его планы не изменятся, комплекс появится в Самарской области к декабрю 2022 года.
Между тем ресурсы одного из крупнейших полигонов Самары — Преображенки — подходят к концу. С 2022 года сюда уже нельзя будет свозить коммунальные отходы, только строительные.
Andrew "AJ" Freund, a 5-year-old boy, was found dead in a shallow pit near his suburban Chicago home in April. The mother of the boy pleaded guilty to the murder of the son.
Joann Cunningham, aged 36, filed a guilty plea at the McHenry County courthouse, where she was set to face the trial for Andrew Freund's death on Thursday.
A grand jury charged Joann Cunningham and Andrew Freund Sr., aged 60, on 20 charges each in May, later they both pleaded not guilty to their son's death. The parents face the costs of three counts of murder and one count of covering up a death.
Freund, Sr. has still not changed his not-guilty plea.
The boy was first stated missing by his parents. They claimed AJ disappeared from their home in the suburban Chicago city of Crystal Lake.
The parents also told the police that, AJ was last seen roughly at 9 p.m. on April 17. The father told a dispatcher on a 911 call that after he returned from an appointment with his doctor, he found his son missing.
Later, AJ's dead body was found in a grave in Woodstock, about a 20-minute drive from home.
According to an affidavit, Cunningham and Freund Sr. beat AJ and forced the boy to stand in a cold shower as punishment for urinating in his underwear.