Following the purchase of a new home, Jessica Rudd has sold her Fairfield property

first_imgAlbert Tse and Jessica Rudd have sold their Fairfield home.HOT on the heels of their purchase of a new home at Chelmer, Jessica Rudd, author, online retail business woman and daughter of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, has made another property transaction.Ms Rudd and her husband Albert Tse have now sold their Fairfield family home.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoProperty records reveal a deal was done April 6, for $1.18 million through Place — New Farm, which was involved in the couple’s acquisition of their Chelmer home. The Fairfield home sold by Jessica Rudd and Albert Tse. Picture: realestate.com.auThe four-bedroom Fairfield home has been restored and sits on a 809sq m site. It’s listing described it as having a colonial facade, while inside original features including VJ walls and polished timber floors.It has a wraparound veranda and French doors.The main bedroom with ensuite is on the top level of the home. It is close to the Fairfield train station and Fairfield Garden shopping centre.No details yet on who the buyer is.last_img read more

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Judge drops case against student who planned mass shooting due to loophole

first_imgThis story was written with the help of our news partners at CBS12Read more here. A Florida judge has dismissed a case against a 15-year-old Florida student who planned to commit a mass shooting due to a legal loophole.The student who was not named in the report due to his age, was arrested in early September after he showed a notebook detailing plans to commit a mass shooting to another student and that student told a teacher.Authorities say the student mapped out the school, how to get past the gatekeeper and school security with the weapon, and how much time they would have to shoot people before police arrived:“kill officers and then the gate keeper — then go one by one” and that he would have nine minutes to gun down as many people as possible, considering the distance between the sheriff’s office and the school, according to Maj. Randy Crews of the Baker County Sheriff’s Office.The student also admitted to the Baker County Sheriff’s Office that he constructed several ways to commit mass shootings in different areas of the school campus.Despite the evidence against the student, a judge said prosecutors did not prove the threat was “transmitted” under state law.According to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission who was told about the case on Tuesday, the charges were dropped because the student did not send the notebook to anyone:Under state law,  if the person writes and sends threats to kill or do bodily injury to “the person” or “to any member of the family of the person to whom such letter or communication is sent,” it is considered a second-degree felony.Several members of the Commission along with the community of Baker County expressed their concerns about the judge’s ruling especially because the ruling means the student will be released from state custody:“The judge falls outside the scope of reasonableness. I just hope they can live with themselves if something happens,” said Commissioner Ryan Petty.“If these judges make these rulings, we are moving backwards,” Maj. Randy Crews of the Baker County Sheriff’s Office said.While others are outraged about the decision, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri says though the situation is disturbing, it is the law:“The question is, does the statute need to be changed? I don’t see anything in statute that needs to be changed.”Commissioner Bruce Bartlett stated that while the decision was lawfully made, it was made by “one court,” seeming to indicate that the decision may be been made differently in another court or county:“This seems to be a situation that happened in one place and a decision made by one court,” the Pinellas sheriff said. “It’s unfortunate and extremely troubling, and all we can do is hope this kid, who is out on the street does not execute his plan.”last_img read more

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McGregor suspended over injuries

first_imgConor McGregor could be out of action for the rest of the year after receiving a six month medical suspension.McGregor has been temporarily suspended following an assessment of the injuries he suffered in his victory over Nate Diaz at UFC 202.The Irishman will not be allowed to fight competitively again until at least next February, unless he gets clearance from an orthopaedic doctor.last_img

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