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Australia Gangland widow's cop check-ins relaxed

03:36  28 october  2019
03:36  28 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Scientists have taught rats to drive tiny cars. Researchers have taught rats to drive tiny little cars in order to receive treats in a study which could help scientists understand how learning skills affect the human mind and stress levels.

Gangland widow Roberta Williams' bail conditions have been relaxed, as she continues to face charges involving a TV producer.© AAP Images Gangland widow Roberta Williams' bail conditions have been relaxed, as she continues to face charges involving a TV producer. Gangland widow Roberta Williams' daily visits to a police station have come to an end, with a magistrate agreeing to ease bail conditions as she faces accusations of threatening to kill a TV producer working on a show about her life.

Williams, 50, is one of several people charged with attacking Ryan Naumenko at Collingwood on July 9, with the producer allegedly kicked, punched and tied up with a power cord.

But the widow of murdered underworld figure Carl Williams successfully applied to have her bail conditions eased in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday.

Scientists have taught rats to drive tiny cars

  Scientists have taught rats to drive tiny cars Researchers have taught rats to drive tiny little cars in order to receive treats in a study which could help scientists understand how learning skills affect the human mind and stress levels. They discovered not only that rats can learn to drive little cars but that rats which were housed in an "enriched environment" designed to stimulate them with ladders and toys were able to learn better than a control group in normal housing.According to Professor Kelly Lambert at the University of Richmond, Virginia, the study bears a lot of relevance for the way that the human mind works too.

Two men arrested over gangland shooting murder : Gangland widow ' s cop check - ins relaxed Gangland widow Roberta Williams' bail condit Gangland widow Roberta Williams' bail conditions have been relaxed , as she continues to face charges involving a TV producer.

Gangland widow ' s cop check - ins relaxed . Gangland widow Roberta Williams' bail conditions have been relaxed , as she continues to face charges involving a TV producer. Gangland widow Roberta Williams' daily visits to a police station have come to an end

Williams now has to report to police four times a week instead of daily and was granted curfew exemptions, meaning she can stay out overnight if she's with her partner or children.

She faces allegations including making threats to kill, deprivation of liberty and false imprisonment.

James Harrison and Jake Sexton are among the others also charged with the attack on Mr Naumenko.

He was allegedly told "righto Ryan, you're f***ed. It's all over now," the court was previously told.

"Roberta wants money otherwise you're f***ed."

Williams screamed "kill the c*** ... he is no use to us anymore," according to police.

A committal hearing for the matter is scheduled for May.

Two men arrested over gangland shooting murder .
Police have arrested two people in Melbourne over an underworld shooting murder.A 26-year-old Hallam man and 25-year-old Hampton Park man are being held over the murder of gangland figure Mitat Rasimi in Dandenong earlier this year.

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