Sydney homes safe from fire in southwest
A fire that sparked a watch-and-act alert as it burned through 60 hectares of bush is currently not threatening nearby homes, the NSW RFS says.Water-bombing helicopters have operated over suburbs in Sydney's southwest to quell a bushfire threatening nearby homes.
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A western suburbs property manager has appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court charged with demanding money from a married businessman she had slept with.
Rachel Lorraine Roche, 38, allegedly demanded $150,000 to the man in writing, threatening to tell his wife about the affair if he didn't comply.
The identity of the man, believed to be 50 years old, was suppressed after Magistrate Mark Millington ordered the court to be cleared and refused to hear a submission from Nine News.
In 2014, Ms Roche was embroiled in a Victorian Supreme Court case that saw the contents of letters she had between television personality Suzie Wilks and her estranged husband suppressed.
Ms Wilks is best known for hosting programs like Changing Rooms, Our House and Postcards.
In that case, the judge said the letters could have damaged the reputation of Ms Wilks’ ex-husband.
Ms Roche, who lives in Peppermint Grove, said nothing as she left the Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
She is due to appear in court again on February 11.
Adelaide man to appear in court charged with 69 counts of deception over alleged super scam .
A South Australian investment manager is charged after allegedly ripping off his customers when he was in charge of their self-managed superannuation funds. Members of SA Police's Cybercrime Investigation Branch arrested the 33-year-old in the Adelaide Hills this morning.He has been charged with 69 counts of deception and will appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Thursday.Police will allege the man was "involved in the management of victims' self-managed superannuation funds and was acting as their investment manager".