Police officer denies telling women not walk through parks alone
A Brisbane woman faces being charged for a “shocking” outburst at a park that caught many stunned.
About a dozen people were walking in the South Bank early on Friday morning when two teenagers came running from behind them가평출장샵 가평출장안마, grabbed a woman’s throat and slammed her face against the asphalt.
They ran off, yelling at the men bef포커 족보ore they were subdued.
The woman is accused of causing the injuries while the alleged assailants have been charged with unlawful assembly and breach of peace.
Police officers at the scene confirmed their officers were investigating the incident, and they believe there may be a link.
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Fruit producers face bad weather high dollar flat
The drought has also prompted many producers to consider buying their apples from a supplier, said the report.
“There is a lot of pressure on suppliers,” said Rakesh Madan, the CEO of Fruition Foods Pvt. Ltd, a fruit and vegetable wholesaler based in Bangalore. “There is a lot of uncertainty.”
The report showed that in the fourth quarter of 2012, production of apples dropped by 17.9 percent versus the same period in 2011.
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“Fruit production is being impacted by advCDC 철도청 카지노erse weath전주출장샵er conditions due to the extreme monsoon during May to July. The current harvest is expected to fall short of expectations due to weather issues,” it added.