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Ben Cousins again arrested in Perth.
The problems are not ending for former AFL star Ben Cousins. He has been arrested again after being found in possession of drugs. He is currently behind bars at the Perth watch house. He was arrested after police found him sleeping next to his car near Canning Highway in Perth’s southeast. According to the police, he was in possession of 2.5 grams of methamphetamine.
When police ran his details, they were alerted to the fact Cousins was wanted for questioning over a separate incident. Arguably one of the most talented AFL player's Australia has ever produced, in 2006, Cousins was stripped of his captaincy after he ran from a booze bus after driving home from a friend's wedding.
Perth teenager got severe head injuries after a car slammed into his bedroom.
A Subaru Impreza crashed into the wall of a home located on the Patricia Street in Caversham on Tuesday morning which left a teenager with severe injuries. Adam Mercer, aged 19, was rushed to the Royal Perth Hospital and currently dealing with the situation of coma. He was sleeping in his room while a car driven by a 36-year-old Midland man crashed into the house.
The man fled away from the scene, but later he got caught by three residents of the neighboring areas. Witnesses have reported that the car trapped him in the room and he was unconscious at that time due to head injury. Mercer studies computer animation at TAFE, and he is in stable condition after the accident.
Two bodies discovered in a Perth apartment, Police launched a homicide investigation.
Two dead bodies were found in an apartment in a unit located at Leonard Street in Victoria Park on Easter Sunday, April 12. After the discovery, the Police called homicide squad detective to the scene for the investigation. The bodies are of a man and a woman who is believed to have a link with each other.
Neighbours reported that they heard screaming from the apartment in the afternoon. WA police commissioner Chris Dawson has confirmed that a big team of Police and officials are working on the case and reported that it is a suspicious case with a tragic set of circumstances on Monday, April 13.
Perth woman shared her experience of quarantine.
Sophia Economo, a Perth woman, claimed that the government agencies are not helping people to return home after quarantine. She returned from Canada and disembarked at Melbourne Airport last month, where she had a flight to her home. However, she was sent to quarantine for two weeks. After two weeks, she got no flights available to return Perth, which made her stay in isolation for two weeks more.
The lady criticized the government policies and said that these policies are not measured and properly thought. She was in limbo in Melbourne during quarantine and received no help from the government to get back to Perth. She faced issues after arriving in Perth as well.
Latest update of coronavirus cases in Perth.
Premier Mark McGowan updated the new instances of coronavirus in Perth city. He reported 17 new cases overnight making a total of 453 cases in the state. The new cases revealed are between 26 and 78 years. McGowan gave the details of the patients saying that nine of the infected people are related to overseas travel while three of them belongs to the Ruby Princess cruise ship. The case of Ruby Princess cruise ship rises controversially in Australia due to the negligence of the authority taking coronavirus testing at the harbour.
Fifty-nine people have been confirmed to have coronavirus in the Perth hospitals out of which eighteen patients are kept under intensive care. Mr McGowan has appreciated the current situation of the metropolitan area of Australia amidst coronavirus. He has also urged people to follow the stay at home orders and other restrictions imposed by the government.
Four more deaths reported in NSW due to coronavirus.
NSW Public Health had four deaths of men aged 61, 76, 80 and 91, which has made a total of 34 death tolls in Australia. Out of 34 deaths in Australia, 16 fatalities are from New South Wales, which is a significant concern for the state. The NSW Health executive director Dr Jeremy McAnulty confirmed the deaths in the state on Sunday, April 5. He also expressed sorrow for the deaths and rendered condolences to the families.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard reported 87 new confirmed cases of coronavirus, which made a total of 2,580 cases in NSW. The deputy chief medical officer has urged the citizens to follow the restrictions to slow down the coronavirus transmission as the crisis is not over. Currently, a total of 5,544 cases have been reported in the entire country.
Fuel prices set to rise in Perth.
FuelWatch, the fuel monitoring services of the Australian government, has warned the city of Perth to witness a spike in fuel prices. It has been reported that the fuel price will rise by 13% per liter in the city. Looking at this scenario, FuelWatch has urged people to visit the browser and get filled as soon as possible. Also, they have requested people to maintain the average usage of vehicles as the city is going to face the shortage of fuel in these days of coronavirus outbreak.
Currently, the price of petrol is around per liter, which will be elevated to 125 cents per liter. The petrol stations at BP Redcliffe, The Foodary Belmont, and Caltex The Foodary Ascot in Perth’s south are providing the fuel at 95.9 cents per liter. Whereas, it is at 96.9 cents in the north of the city and 103.7 cents in the north of the town.
Perth childcare worker test positive for COVID-19.
A worker of Mandurah childcare center has got diagnosed positive for Coronavirus after returning from overseas. Great Beginnings reported this case of COVID-19 informing that its worker from Hal Head center has been kept in isolation after the test. The worker is in mandatory separation after his arrival in Australia and has not come in contact even with his family or friends.
A spokeswoman from Great Beginnings stated that they are following the guidelines of the WA Health Department to limit the spread of Coronavirus. She said that the worker would be back to the childcare center only after the medical clearance as the health and safety of children and team members are the priority of the organization. Moreover, the centers of Great Beginnings are following high standards of hygiene to put a halt to the coronavirus outbreak.
David Caddy and Gail McGowan attended the Perth property industry event.
The two most potent decision-makers of the state were seen at the Perth property industry event on Wednesday, March 11. David Caddy, WA Planning Commission chairman, general Gail McGowan, Department of Planning director and Darren Cooper, UDIA national treasurer, accompanied the crowd at the event and discussed the development and rezoning in the Perth Hills and suburbs. The event was organized and hosted by the Urban Development Institute of Australia.
The Perth Council representatives generally attend the event, and the property industry and state government. This was the first time when these big faces showed up on the event and put light on "Save Perth Hills." However, the event also became a point of controversy after Nigel Satterley, Perth developer, held the stage.
Woman robbed in Perth while saving a life.
Latara Ogle, a 30-year-old-mother, got mugged up while she stopped to give CPR on the road. She saw a woman waving at the traffic for help. She stayed there and saw an elderly man with heart problems. He checked his pulse and found out that he was not breathing and had no pulse. Latara, who was trained in giving CPR, gave the man CPR to save his life. However, amidst the critical situation, she got robbed by a man standing by the road when she asked him to pass her resuscitation mask. Somehow, she managed to save the life of the man. But, while returning home, she found her iPad missing.
Mrs. Ogle, a mother of three children, is a student of health sciences. She reported her iPad missing, which contained her thesis and children's photos.