Brawl with 'up to 50' people breaks out on Westfield rooftop carpark
Up to 50 people were involved in the fight on a rooftop carpark on Macquarie Street, in Liverpool last night. Police were forced to use capsicum spray to break up the crowd when people allegedly began threatening police. © Supplied Six teenagers were arrested after a brawl in Liverpool. The teens were arrested and taken to Liverpool Police Station where they were charged.A 13-year-old boy, from Ashcroft, was charged with assault police, and fail to comply with direction, while a 16-year-old boy, from Busby, was charged with affray, threaten violence/cause fear, and fail to comply with direction.
Two men have been charged and two others remain in hospital following a fatal stabbing in Bonnyrigg on Friday night. Both men charged were released from Liverpool Relatives of Ly Ho, who was fatally stabbed during a brawl in Bonnyrigg on Friday night, gather at Liverpool Hospital where he died.
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Two more people have been charged after a 24-year-old man died in an alleged northern NSW brawl.
Paramedics found the 24-year-old with serious head injuries after a brawl in East Ballina in December, according to NSW Police.
He was airlifted to Gold Coast University Hospital where he died a few days later.
Police have already charged two people in relation to the incident, and on Thursday they charged a 19-year-old Alstonville man with affray, assault occasioning actual bodily harm in company and common assault.
A Ballina man, 26, has also been issued a court attendance notice for possessing a prohibited weapon.
They're both expected to face Ballina Local Court in February.
Their arrests come after police this week charged an 18-year-old man with murder, assault occasioning death and affray and a 22-year-old man with assault occasioning bodily harm in company, affray and assault.
Jellyfish horror as three children are stung with deadly irukandjis in one afternoon .
Three children were stung by deadly irukandji jellyfish in Cairns on Friday. They are currently recovering in Cairns Hospital. Irukandji are small jellyfish, about two centimetres in diameter, are difficult to see in the water and can have fatal repercussions.The symptoms of the sting typically appear between five and 45 minutes after the initial sting and include shooting pains in the muscles, chest and abdomen, vomiting and breathing difficulties. They are known to be fatal.Last week a man was stung by an irukandji at Fitzroy Island in Cairns.