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Australia Woman charged over Vic caravan park death

15:30  20 september  2019
15:30  20 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

Man charged over the death of Ioli Hadjilyra a week after her body discovered in Kalinga Park

Man charged over the death of Ioli Hadjilyra a week after her body discovered in Kalinga Park A 34-year-old man is due to appear before the Brisbane Magistrates Court tomorrow, a week after the discovery of a woman's body in Kalinga Park.

Stoneham is charged with the murder of the 21-year-old woman in Riverside Park in Aberfeldie, northwest of the CBD, about 11.30pm (AEST) on Thursday. Paramedics could not revive the woman and she died at the scene. Police say the man and woman were known to each other.

A woman has been arrested following the death of a man at a caravan park in regional Victoria . Emergency services were called to the site at Port Fairy The man was the second body found in the state overnight after a 64-year-old Airport West woman was found dead at an Avondale Heights park

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A woman has been charged with murder over a man's death at a Victorian caravan park.

Emergency services were called to the park at Port Fairy, on Victoria's southwest coast, after reports of an injured man about 2.30am on Friday.

Paramedics were unable to revive him and a woman, who was known to the man, was arrested at the scene.

A 35-year-old woman has been charged with murder and was remanded to appear at the Warrnambool Magistrates' Court on Monday.

It was the second body found in the state overnight after a 64-year-old Airport West woman was found dead at an Avondale Heights park about 5.45pm on Thursday.

"The cause of the woman's death is yet to be determined and an investigation is currently underway," a spokeswoman said.

Squatter convicted of child sex assault 'refused to leave' caravan park .
Evicting an unwanted tenant is never easy, and for caravan park owners Graeme and Jan Bolton the battle has lasted for almost a year. William Pine arrived in November 2018 and agreed to pay $160 a week in rent, but within months he stopped paying and refused to leave, and the owners have had enough."He's using our water, our power, destructive in the park, tampering with our services and that and gets away with it," Jan told A Current Affair.To make matters worse, every time Graeme and Jan complain to Bill, he retaliates.

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