Rat faeces found in rice at Two Sisters Lao Thai Cuisine in Canberra city
The previous owner of the Two Sisters Lao Thai Cuisine restaurant in Canberra's city centre has been fined $10,000 after health inspectors found filthy work surfaces, uncovered food, and a rat infestation.The Two Sisters Lao Thai Cuisine restaurant in Canberra's city centre was shut down for eight days last year, after health inspectors found it in a filthy condition.
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Two men have been charged with drug supply offences after raids on Sydney homes, as authorities crack down on a cocaine and ice ring on the city's Northern Beaches.
Australian Federal Police and local officers were waiting at Sydney International Airport to handcuff a 27-year-old man as he stepped off a flight from Thailand at 12.30pm yesterday.
Wearing a "Phuket Dragon" T-shirt and without shoes, the man was led into a waiting police van before being taken to Mascot Police Station.
An hour earlier, a 21-year-old man was arrested outside a Dee Why home and taken to Manly Police Station.
Sudden death of toddler on flight prompts emergency landing at St. John's airport
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating but say the death of a two-year-old aboard a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight that was diverted to St. John's doesn't appear to be suspicious.Police and paramedics were dispatched to the airport where Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 35 had landed, shortly before noon.
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A young woman filmed swearing and abusing people on a train in Sydney was thrown off and dumped on the platform by other passengers. The video, which was
Following the arrests, police raided a home in Beacon Hill on the Northern Beaches, seizing $2,600 in cash, steroids, 3g of cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
Investigators from Strike Force Toongahra had previously charged three men, aged 24, 29 and 31, who are alleged to be part of the drug ring.
Both men arrested yesterday have been charged with drug supply offences and participating in a criminal group.
They have both been refused bail.
Police will allege in court that the men were involved in the supply of more than 170g of MDMA during August.
Massage parlour putting 'spring back in your step' declared a brothel .
It is the first time in Queensland's history the "prohibited brothel" declaration has been issued.The online listing for 'Body Back and Feet Massage' at Ashmore said "no sexual services offered", but detectives have charged one employee with "providing illegal sexual services".