• Man dies Melbourne week after collision

    melbourne December 30, 2017 05:57 Hot Recent News

    More than a week after a motorist drove on pedestrians in the Australian city of Melbourne, an 83-year-old man died of his injuries. He is the first fatal victim of the incident, in which about twenty people were injured.

  • Balcony collapses by group photo during Christmas party

    melbourne December 17, 2017 11:57 Hot Recent News

    During a Tupperware Christmas party in a house in Melbourne, two women died and seventeen people were injured after a balcony collapsed under the weight of about 30 people. Presumably the visitors of the party gathered on the balcony to make a group photo.

  • Australian pedo needs travel permit

    melbourne December 13, 2017 12:48 Hot Recent News

    A new law in Australia stipulates that pedophiles can not simply leave the country. A convicted pedophile who wanted to take the plane at Sydney Airport on Wednesday was stopped first.

  • Speakers must warn against attacks

    melbourne December 11, 2017 08:57 Hot Recent News

    In more than ninety places in the Australian city of Melbourne, loudspeakers are installed before the turn of the year to alert the public in case of calamities or a terrorist attack. The system will be tested on December 28, the government has announced Monday.

  • Desperate thief steals luxury sex doll of over 3000 euros

    melbourne December 5, 2017 12:18 Hot Recent News

    A spicy roof in Australian Melbourne. A desperate thief has gone there with the luxury sex doll Dorothy. According to the vendors, she is 'the ideal company during lonely evenings'. Dorothy is worth more than 3000 euros. The police have opened a manhunt on the thief.

  • Melbourne foams the attack on New Year's Eve

    melbourne November 27, 2017 21:57 Hot Recent News

    The Melbourne police think they have prevented a terrorist attack on New Year's Eve due to the arrest of a 20-year-old man. According to the Australian media, this was arrested Monday afternoon in his house Werribee, a suburb southwest of the metropolis in the state of Victoria. The investigation continues but no further arrests are expected.

  • Burglar burglars bring back Labradorpup

    victoria November 9, 2017 15:36 Hot Recent News

    Labradorpup Sasha is back with her bosses in Melbourne. The young dog was stolen by burglars last Monday. But the thieves showed repentance and surprisingly returned the hairy four-legged man.

  • Demonstration for Gay Marriage Australia

    Demonstration for Gay Marriage Australia

    melbourne August 26, 2017 08:45 Hot Recent News

    Thousands of Australians went up the street to demonstrate for the introduction of weddings. According to the organizers, 15,000 people arrived at the Melbourne show. This makes it one of the great homomars in Australian history.

  • Experts want banning killer robots

    Experts want banning killer robots

    melbourne August 21, 2017 07:06 Hot Recent News

    A group of pioneers in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence, including Tesla topman Elon Musk, called on the United Nations in an open letter to ban the development and use of killer robots. According to The Guardian, the letter was signed by a group of 116 specialists from 26 countries asking for a ban on autonomous weapons.

  • Café raises 'Men's tax'

    Café raises 'Men's tax'

    melbourne August 12, 2017 14:24 Hot Recent News

    Men who order a baking coffee at the Handsome Her cafe will be charged a higher amount than women. The establishment in Australian Melbourne has recently calculated 18 percent men's tax.

  • Bite mystery Australia solved

    Bite mystery Australia solved

    August 8, 2017 06:54 Hot Recent News

    SYDNEY The mystery about little beasts battling on beaches in Australia has been solved. Seabiologist Genefor Walker-Smith found that it is seaweed, which belong to a subspecies of crustaceans.

  • Australian Cardinal denies child abuse

    Australian Cardinal denies child abuse

    melbourne July 26, 2017 07:03 Hot Recent News

    At his first appearance before the judge, Australian cardinal George Pell contradicted all allegations of child abuse. The confession of Pope Franciscus read a statement in Melbourne before the court in Melbourne declaring his innocence. Although the 76-year-old was present in the courtroom, he himself did not say anything.

  • One can check beer at the airport

    One can check beer at the airport

    melbourne July 12, 2017 11:03 Hot Recent News

    In the context of 'who does not dare who does not win,' Dean Stinson wanted to try to check only a can of beer as luggage on a domestic flight from Perth to Melbourne. And a warrior, it ended. It did not encourage other passengers to do the same.

  • Australian burglar is doing it quietly

    Australian burglar is doing it quietly

    melbourne June 25, 2017 13:12 Hot Recent News

    The police in the Australian city of Melbourne are investigating a striking burglary, in which the perpetrator has been entertained for hours of his victims home. The burglar cooked according to Australian media for himself, used a toothbrush, masturbated and played on the Playstation.

  • Hostage Melbourne possible terrorist act

    Hostage Melbourne possible terrorist act

    melbourne June 6, 2017 07:54 Hot Recent News

    The Australian police are investigating whether there is a terrorist side to a fatal hostage in Melbourne. A man armed with a gun with a long criminal record shot a man in the hall of an apartment building and hosted a woman. Agents shot him dead when he was shooting out. Three agents were injured, the hostage remained unharmed.

  • Passenger 'with bomb' enters cockpit

    Passenger 'with bomb' enters cockpit

    melbourne May 31, 2017 17:09 Hot Recent News

    A plane from Malaysia Airlines that was traveling from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, made Wednesday evening (local time) turn when a passenger tried to enter the cockpit. According to local media, the man had said that he had explosives.

  • Street performer underestimates Van Gogh's popularity

    Street performer underestimates Van Gogh's popularity

    melbourne May 19, 2017 11:12 Hot Recent News

    Australian street artist Matt Butterworth thought it would be a long day when he decided to make look-a-like selfish with others on the street as Vincent van Gogh. Nothing turned out to be true. Rows of fat gathered around him. And soon his phone was empty by using the camera.

  • Airline 'tarts' by speech

    Airline 'tarts' by speech

    perth May 9, 2017 13:54 Hot Recent News

    Airborne Alan Joyce of Qantas, a large society, is tortured during a speech in Australia on Tuesday. Joyce spoke at a breakfast session for which stakeholders dropped more than 100 euros. They got value for their money...

  • 900 kilos of crystal meth intercepted

    900 kilos of crystal meth intercepted

    melbourne April 5, 2017 06:30 Hot Recent News

    The Australian authorities have intercepted a record amount of crystal meth. The more than 900 kilograms of drugs were found in February in a batch shipped boards in a warehouse in Melbourne, as did Justice Wednesday.

  • Teeming exotics in 'box of shoes'

    Teeming exotics in 'box of shoes'

    sydney April 4, 2017 15:57 Hot Recent News

    A box labeled 'two pairs of shoes' verification revealed by customs in Melbourne, Australia still have a completely different content. On an X-ray Box customs officers discovered three teeming royal pythons, two hook-nosed snakes, nine large tarantulas and scorpions four.

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