Email By court reporter Danny Tran and Elias Clure Updated November 18, 2019 18:03:46 Video: Police radio calls reveal officers were urged to "take this vehicle out" before the car attack. (ABC News) Related Story: The troublemaker who grew up to commit one of Australia's worst mass murders Related Story: 'You knew full well what you were doing': Bourke St driver gets at least 46 years Related Story: Victoria Police lose bid to suppress Bourke Street attack review Related Story: 'Crystal clear' policy cements police powers to intervene, shoot to kill during car attacks Map: Melbourne 3000 Panicked radio calls in which police plead for someone to "take out" Bourke Street attacker James Gargasoulas have been aired at the inquest into the 2017 car rampage that killed six people. Key points:A coroner is considering how police and the justice system handled James Gargasoulas before the attack on pedestriansShe will hear oral evidence from 62 witnessesThe widow of one … [Read more...] about Bourke Street car attack inquest hears audio of police calls during James Gargasoulas’s rampage
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Democracy supporters held rallies around the world on Saturday to condemn the military government of Burma after street demonstrations were brutally put down by the ruling junta. Sparked by a sudden hike in fuel prices on Aug. 15, spontaneous public demonstrations raged for days on the streets of Burma. The protests spread to cities around the country and quickly grew into massive protests against the junta, the largest outpouring in 20 years.International condemnation of the military government was swift and also grew at the United Nations last week, as the organization issued a warning that it would seek sanctions against Burma if it failed to respond to calls for moving toward democracy.Security forces opened fire on protesters to crack down on the demonstrations, with the international media reporting scores of deaths. Reports also circulated of massive roundups of Buddhist monks who took a leading role in the street demonstrations. Burma is a deeply Buddhist nation, and the … [Read more...] about The street protests are turning into a drive against the military government.
Cars define the scene on urban streets. The number of cars registered in Korea has climbed above 15 million and vehicles of many colors turn the roads into moving vibrant landscapes. With car models becoming ever-more diverse, the names for the different types of cars have evolved. Many people have heard about sedans and sport utility vehicles, but minivans, convertibles, coupes and hatchbacks are less familiar. It can be confusing. So, what types of cars can we expect to find in Korea?Cars can be categorized by their function and form. 1. SedanSedans account for the biggest volume in the automotive market, and competition among carmakers is the fiercest in this segment. A sedan has three boxes, or compartments, for three different uses: the engine area, the interior for passengers and the trunk for luggage. Examples of popular sedans today are Hyundai’s Sonata and Grandeur and the BMW 5 series. Some say the sedan is named after Sedan, a town in France, where the first sedan … [Read more...] about How can you tell a sports car from a sport utility vehicle?
Email Updated August 23, 2016 11:16:25 Photo: Logan woman Sabrina Bremer was last seen alive on August 15. (Supplied: New South Wales Police Force) Related Story: Burnt body found on NSW far north coast identified Map: Murwillumbah 2484 The car that suspected murder victim Sabrina Bremer was last seen travelling in before her body was found in northern New South Wales has been located in Queensland.The white sedan, located at Woodridge, south of Brisbane, was the subject of an appeal for information by the task force investigating Ms Bremer's death.Her burnt body was spotted by a motorist at Dulguigan, 30 kilometres south-west of Tweed Heads in northern New South Wales, last week.She had earlier been reported missing to Queensland Police by her 15-year-old daughter.Earlier, Tweed-Byron Local Area Command Detective Chief Inspector Brendan Cullen said the car may give police some clues as to the last known location of Ms Bremer."There may be some forensic evidence with that … [Read more...] about Sabrina Bremer death: Police find car wanted in burnt body investigation
Real estate developers in the country should rely on technology and focus on innovation to make homes more affordable for a large number of population rather than building apartments for themselves and creating huge unsold inventories across the country, bankers who spoke at a realty workshop organised by CREDAI here recently urged. Some of the panelists suggested that the realty sector should follow the example of the auto sector which embraced innovation to bring down the cost of cars over the years.Speaking on the occasion, Mithun N., zonal business manager, Corporate Finance, PNB HFC, said there was a huge disconnect between what developers offered and what buyers could afford. “Customers are unwilling to avail even their pre-approved home loans. Some 60% of approved loans are not resulting in home buying and this indicates a clear mismatch between supply and affordability,’’ he noted.K.P. Aggarwal, Regional Head, HDFC, said banks did not want to depend on unsold … [Read more...] about Innovate, find new growth orbit: bankers urge realty developers