NT Police are seeking assistance from the public as to a disturbance that occurred in the vicinity of Spillett Park Bus Stop on Smith Street, opposite Searcy Street, Darwin.
The disturbance includes an alleged assault, which Police are seeking any information. The incident occurred on Monday 6 July 2020 at approximately 10.00am.
Should any member of the public be able to assist please contact Crime Stoppers on 1300 333 000, and quote reference number 9354735.
Timeline points to Australian Defence Force offer of quarantine help – The Age
ADF top brass repeatedly made it clear that help was available to all states, but Victoria chose not to accept.
In the early days of the quarantine regime, Defence COVID-19 taskforce head Major-General Paul Kenny briefed state and territory police chiefs on how troops had been deployed to manage the regime in Queensland and NSW.
Regular situational reports provided by Defence’s liaison team working inside Victorias State Emergency Centre show that over the next two months the force’s standing offer to help was met with no Victorian request for assistance on hotel quarantine.
The communications show that…
Microsoft’s Surface Duo arrives on September 10th for $1,399 – The Verge
Microsoft is launching its Surface Duo Android phone for $1,399 on September 10th. Preoders start on August 12th, and the dual-screen device will be available in the US only at launch.
Microsoft is launching its Surface Duo dual-screen Android phone on September 10th, priced from $1,399. After months of Microsoft executives teasing the device on Twitter, the company is now allowing anyone to preorder the Surface Duo today in the US. Preorders will be available at AT&T, Microsofts online store, and Best Buy.
While Microsoft had revealed the design of the Surface Duo back in October, the company has kept the specs relatively secret. The device includes two separate 5.6-inch…
Michelle Bright’s alleged killer made Facebook post after police appeal into her death – Sydney Morning Herald
Following more than two decades of work by Mudgee detectives and later the unsolved homicide squad, a former neighbour of the girl has been charged with murdering her.
Police will allege the man responsible had once lived two doors from the Bright family.
Following more than two decades of work by Mudgee detectives, and later the unsolved homicide squad, Mr Rumsby was arrested on Tuesday night and taken to Mudgee police station where he was charged with murder in connection with her death.
His arrest followed an appeal on Monday by detectives attached to Strike Force Mitcham II who offered a $1 million reward for information into Michelle’s death. A video of…
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