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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__a_large_bloody_shooting_reported_in_brisbane_a_group_of_four_gunmen_188557_01_05_2020

A large bloody shooting reported in Brisbane.

A group of four gunmen created a chaos at the Didbrook street home in Robertson on Wednesday evening at around 7:40 pm. This deadly home invasion hospitalized a 38-year-old man with life-threatening injuries. He is currently admitted to the Princess Alexandra Hospital of Brisbane. The man was shot in the leg in the South Brisbane and left bleeding. The attackers fled from the scene after the man was shot.

Witness Ray Maninoa reported that the scene left the man's partner and kids terrified. The four gunmen are believed to be Caucasian, and we're dressed black. The police are in search of these men. Detectives have been deployed to investigate the case. The police have appealed the people with any information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_man_charged_with_domestic_violence_a_45yearold_woman_was_188555_01_05_2020

Brisbane man charged with domestic violence.

A 45-year-old woman was found dead in her home on Hemlock Court in the Moreton Bay suburb of Narangba on Tuesday, April 28, at around 4:00 pm. It has been believed that she was a victim of domestic violence. Emergency services were called to her home, and investigation of the murder is going on. Her body has been sent for postmortem.

A man, 50-year-old, has been arrested after charged with domestic violence and as a suspect of her murder. After the inspection, detectives have reported that the man was known to the woman. He appeared in the Pine Rivers Magistrates Couty on Thursday, April 30. Police have urged the people to find any case of domestic violence to report it on 1800 737 732.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__fine_of_1300_levied_on_a_woman_for_sitting_on_brisbane_health_worker182394_29_04_2020

Fine of Fine of $1300 levied on a woman for sitting on Brisbane health worker.300 levied on a woman for sitting on Brisbane health worker.

A Brisbane woman was charged for spitting on Brisbane health worker after getting frustrated by the delay at Prince Charles Hospital on Tuesday. She spat on the security guard of the hospital while leaving. She was fined with $1300, which was announced on the spot of the incidence. Apart from this case, three other cases of insulting the health workers were reported in the city. The health authority issued a fine on people disobeying coronavirus ordinance and insulting essential health workers.

The state government has recorded increasing attacks on frontline health workers. Health Minister Steven Miles said that people are threatening health workers with cough as a weapon. He called this act "disgusting" and dangerous as a knife.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__lease_agreement_forced_the_brisbane_big_w_store_to_close_overnight_t182393_29_04_2020

Lease agreement forced the Brisbane Big W store to close overnight.

The Big W store of Brisbane was forced to close overnight due to the lease agreement amidst coronavirus. It has been reported that the store was underperforming for months, due to which its operation was halted on Wednesday morning. The retailer is located in the Calamvale of South Brisbane. A spokesperson from Big W has said that it was "difficult decision" to shut down the store.

Big W announced the closures of 30 stores across the country due to poor performance. The stores in Fairfield, Auburn and Chullora in New South Wales are already closed in February. However, the termination of the lease agreement, the store at Calamvale was closed overnight.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__amy_mcmahon_set_the_aim_to_unseat_jackie_trad_again_in_the_state_elec178269_28_04_2020

Amy McMahon set the aim to unseat Jackie Trad again in the state election.

Amy McMahon, the former climate change researcher, will again fight for the seat against Jackie Trad after a defeat in the state election in 2017. Greens' leader McMahon tried gunning Jackie Trad in the South Brisbane electorate in the last election. However, Trad won the election with just 500 votes and became the deputy Premier of the city.

Ms McMahon said that Queensland needs a change and stop electing politicians dependent on millions of dollars in corporate donations. She showcased immense confidence when she was asked about the last election. She said it is not the time for politics and she is focused on the election which is going to take place next month.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_pleaded_guilty_to_harass_rape_and_burn_a_woman_for_23_days178267_28_04_2020

Brisbane pleaded guilty to harass, rape and burn a woman for 23 days.

A woman, aged 22, was continuously beaten and raped for 23-days by a Brisbane man. The man burnt her and left her to die. The severe injuries of the woman made paramedics assumed her dead. Nicholas John Crilley, 34, was charged for harassing the woman and 23-day attack in June 2017. The drug-induced violence on the woman was brutal and gave her grievous injuries.

The Brisbane District Court heard the accusations and pleaded the man guilty of torturing, raping and buying the woman on Tuesday. The prosecutor Sandra Cupina reported that Crilley beat and raped the woman for 23 days and pour bring water on her genitals. 46% of her body was burnt with deep lacerations and several broken bones.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__queensland_health_authorities_are_looking_to_track_virgin_australia_p174852_28_04_2020

Queensland health authorities are looking to track Virgin Australia passengers.

Queensland Health officials have recorded 16 new cases of coronavirus in the past week out of which one comes from Melbourne through a Virgin Australia flight. After the confirmation of disease of this Virgin Australia passenger, the health authorities are looking for other passengers who were in close contact with this patient. They have launched a search program to track the passengers seated in rows 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 from flight VA341.

They have asked these passengers to go into quarantine if they got tested positive with the virus. Currently, a total of 1,026 coronavirus cases confirmed in the state. The recent stats of diagnosis is showing that the state has clutched the transmission of this deadly virus.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__team_of_experts_have_joined_hands_for_ozvader_ventilator_project_in_a174850_28_04_2020

Team of experts have joined hands for OzVader Ventilator project in Australia.

Australian clinical and engineering experts have joined hands to build a robust ventilator system for the treatment of COVID-19. The country has launched OzVader Ventilator project, a new Intermittent Mandatory Ventilator (IMV) design, which will be an aid to help the patients in the Intensive Care Unit she to coronavirus.

The project has got the approval of TGA and has been initiated to boost up the ventilators supplies in the country at the time of the pandemic. Leading intensive care specialists and respiratory experts from The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane, and Austin Hospital and Epworth Hospitals are giving major support and render life to this project.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__best_coffee_beans_in_brisbane_the_residents_of_brisbane_are_a_click_171320_28_04_2020

Best coffee beans in Brisbane.

The residents of Brisbane are a click away from exclusive coffee beans of the city. The speciality coffee roasters of the city are providing home delivery of coffee beans in the pandemic due to the coronavirus restrictions. People can easily get a subscription from any roasters after signing up on the website.

The favourite coffee roaster of the city providing subscription option is Parallel Roasters, Light Coffee, Supreme Coffee, Wolff Coffee Roasters, Industry Beans and Foster & Black. All of these roasters are offering free delivery of coffee beans in the crisis. People can buy a huge variety of coffee beans and select the type of roast as per their preferences.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_catholic_started_working_as_a_paramedic_in_london_a_brisban171319_28_04_2020

Brisbane Catholic started working as a paramedic in London.

A Brisbane Catholic, David Armour, has started working as a paramedic in London to help the patients of coronavirus. He described the difficulties faced by the health workers to combat this crisis. He said that it is dangerous and risky to collect sick patients of COVID-19. The 34-year-old man is living in the United Kingdom with her wife, Hannah from last three years.

The cases of coronavirus in the UK has crossed 140,000 with 20,000 fatalities. The Brisbane man attends eight to nine patients of this deadly virus every day. He stated that he takes all precautionary measures wearing a face shield, mask, plastic coveralls and gloves.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__one_missing_man_found_while_searchers_are_going_on_for_another_scott170784_27_04_2020

One missing man found while searchers are going on for another.

Scott MacKinnon, aged 32, got missing from Sinnamon Park of the city on Saturday. The man used to go to the park regularly for morning exercise. He was last seen at 5:30 am at his residence located in the southwestern part of Brisbane. Queensland police have reported the missing case of this Caucasian man with brown hair and brown eyes.

Another man, Douglas MacLennan, 78, who got missing from the Golden Beach of the city has been found and is safe. The man was last seen at Baldwin Street on Saturday and discovered on Sunday. The police thanked its officers and members for the help to find the man.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane_teenager_went_missing_in_brisbane170742_27_04_2020

Teenager went missing in Brisbane.

A 13-year-old girl, named Logan, has got missing since April 1. The police ha launcher the search program again after failing to find her. They have asked for public assistance to find the girl and shared the details related to her. The girl fled from her home located at Yugumbri Street on April 1. She was last seen at her residence.

The police have believed that she might be in and around Brisbane city. She is familiar to Inala. The girl has brown hair and eyes with Aboriginal appearance. Police have urged people with any information to contact them at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting. They are corned for her looking at an early age.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_offers_online_auctions_of_real_estate_in_the_pandemic_brisb150104_24_04_2020

Brisbane offers online auctions of real estate in the pandemic.

Brisbane buyers have not stopped even in the time of the pandemic. They are making use of virtual property platforms and taking part in auctions to buy the estate. The real estate websites are currently at top with a surge in digital traffic. They are co suction online actions and live various streaming properties for the buyers in the city.

There are around 1500 property buyers in Brisbane who are actively participating in the programs every day. The chief auctioneer at Place Peter Burgin has reported that 175 live streaming for open homes are already planned for this Sunday, in which over 1000 home hunters will take part. Virgin added that people are slowly coming out of their hibernation and showing their presence.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane_brisbane_city_council_encourages_essential_workers_to_travel_with_esc150103_24_04_2020

Brisbane City Council encourages essential workers to travel with e-scooters.

Brisbane City Council is trying the best to support the essential health workers and boost their confidence in the pandemic. Recently, it has launched the e-scooter program under which, the council is motivating the workers to use e-scooter instead of any other public or private vehicles. The e-scooter operator of the city, Neuron has also taken part in the program by rendering free passes to these health workers.

Due to the coronavirus restrictions, the roads are free, and the majority of the transportation agencies has shut down their services. To cope up with the situation, the council has placed e-scooters on the significant locations of the city so that medical workers can make better use of it. It is also taking extra care of sanitation and safety of health professionals.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__food_distribution_in_the_veterans_field_of_amsterdam_the_city_of_am142186_23_04_2020

Food distribution in the Veteran's Field of Amsterdam.

The City of Amsterdam, The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, The New York National Guard and the Montgomery County Emergency Management Office have collaborated to help the needy people of the city in the pandemic. At the time of crisis, they have organized a food distribution event on Friday, April 24, in the Veteran's Field of Amsterdam.

The event, which is proposed to help the starting citizens of the city, will start at 9:30 am. People are requested to come at 9:30 am and after that to get the food. The guidelines to slow down the infection of COVID-19 will be strictly followed in the occasion. The food distribution site will be located in the upper parking lot on the Locust Ave side of the field.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__house_of_denim_of_amsterdam_setting_standards_for_sustainable_and_cir142185_23_04_2020

House of Denim of Amsterdam setting standards for sustainable and circular jeans.

Amsterdam is known as a hub of denim innovation in the globe. House of Denim of the city has initiated a program to make its product circular and compete for the denim global market. It has started a denim school in Sao Paulo this year to render education about jeans and denim fabrication. Moreover, the organisation is also working to set up guidelines to make the supply chain of denim endurable.

House of Denim Foundation co-founder James Veenhoff has proposed a way which can help the buyers to get the better denim. He offered the concept of certification of denim so that consumers get authentic products.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_anzac_day_2020_updates_recently_the_government_has_lifted_142181_23_04_2020

Brisbane Anzac Day 2020 updates.

Recently, the government has lifted up social distancing rules for Brisbane Anzac Day 2020. The commemoration will be some in the presence of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Brisbane’s Lord Mayor, the Governor-General and Mr Ferris. The general public will not be allowed to attend the ceremony. However, people are urged to pay respect to the people who served the country. Anzac Day will be celebrated differently from the conventional way due to coronavirus fears.

People can give dawn service to the heroes of Australia from home. All the supermarkets, hardware stores and retail stores will be closed on this day. Markets which include Saturday Fresh Markets and Carseldine Farmers Markets will be open for a few hours. The marches and public services have been closed in the city due to pandemic.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__woman_raped_in_brisbane_park_a_24yearold_nanny_was_brutally_bashed142022_23_04_2020

Woman raped in Brisbane Park.

A 24-year-old nanny was brutally bashed and raped while walking in Brisbane Park. Her car was purposely brought in front of a truck so that the murder can be named as a suicide. The prosecutor Steve Kissick said that Travis Alexander Manwarring, 31, sexually assaulted the woman before driving her Toyota Yaris into the path of a truck.

The woman died after three months of the accident by a truck in November 2016. Mr Kissick told Brisbane district court on Wednesday that it was deliberately done to the woman. Manwarring’s belt and the woman’s shoes were discovered from the scene. Photos of the woman with wounds were submitted to the court. The court has not yet sentenced the man.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__teenager_missing_at_north_booval_of_queensland_a_16yearold_girl_go138187_22_04_2020

Teenager missing at North Booval of Queensland.

A 16-year-old girl got missing and was last seen at the North Booval on Saturday, April 11. Police have launched a search program to track the teenager. They have urged for assistance to find the girl from the suburbs of Ipswich, Gold Coast and Brisbane. Police have already tried many times to track her. However, all the attempts failed.

The girl is a Caucasian and was wearing black leggings, a white singlet, socks and slides and carrying a plastic Woolworths shopping bag. She is a brown haired girl and 150 cm tall. The girl is believed to travel through public train in Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Ipswich and Brisbane areas. The person with any information can contact the police on 131 444.

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https://avalanches.com/au/brisbane__brisbane_man_brutally_raped_beat_and_burned_a_woman_pleaded_guilty138185_22_04_2020

Brisbane man brutally raped, beat, and burned a woman pleaded guilty.

Nicholas John Crilley, aged 34, brutally beaten and raped a 22-year-old woman for 23 days and then burned her and left her with terrible injuries. The woman was so severely injured that she was thought dead by the paramedics. The man has been pleaded guilty for 54 offences which include torture, rape, and attempt to murder. The Brisbane district court held his trail on Tuesday and heard all the accusations.

Crilley assaulted her by beating, raping and poring burning water on her genitals. He also made her eat her faeces and vomit. She is in very critical condition with her several broken bones. However, the court has not yet convicted him. He will be sentenced on May 1.

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Other News Australia
https://avalanches.com/au/sydney__a_dangerous_tropical_virus_japanese_encephalitis_is_spreading_in_au1931194_18_04_2022

A dangerous tropical virus, Japanese encephalitis, is spreading in Australia. It has been identified in residents in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.


The virus is carried by mosquitoes, it has already infected 34 people, 3 of them died. Many pigs also died.

Previously, Australia has never been a region where the tropical diseases characteristic of Asia have spread. The climate of the continent was not conducive to rapid transmission of the virus. However, recent floods have made it possible for the virus to spread through mosquitoes thanks to puddles of stagnant water. Such puddles often appear after the strongest tropical downpours. Thus, the virus has traveled hundreds of kilometers to the southern and western parts of the country via mosquitoes.

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