•   
  •   

Australia Sink hole opens up in South Australian town

07:55  24 september  2021
07:55  24 september  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

The Bachelor: Jimmy Nicholson spends $1.42million on a Bondi apartment

  The Bachelor: Jimmy Nicholson spends $1.42million on a Bondi apartment Realestate.com.au claims Holly 'is not in on the deal', which suggests Jimmy bought the home himself and she is simply living with him . © Provided by Daily Mail ( In addition to a host of modern touches, Jimmy's home includes a covered balcony.One of 12 in a 1970s block, the unit last sold in 2018 for $1.075million.Jimmy's father, Noel Nicholson, happens to be a real estate agent on the northern beaches and is developing a new property-themed TV show with Catriona Rowntree.

Residents in the country town of Gawler in South Australia have been warned to avoid a sink hole by authorities.

The sink hole was on the north-bound side of Murray Street near the entrance of a Coles.

South Australia Police informed residents of the sink hole on social media.

READ MORE: New mask rules for Queensland as state records zero new COVID-19 cases

Traffic was diverted while the council fixed the hole.

Sink holes are created when surface land collapses or sinks into road cavities.

Heavy rain fall after a drought can also form substantial pressure on the ground to form sink holes.

Police warn residents to be weary of sink hole on Murray Street in Gawler in South Australia. © South Australia Police Police warn residents to be weary of sink hole on Murray Street in Gawler in South Australia.

READ MORE: NSW records 1043 new local COVID-19 cases, 11 further deaths

Sink holes are sometimes confused with potholes.

The main difference is that a pothole is a small element caused from generally not paving materials properly.

Superfans lie low as China cracks down on 'false idols' .
Beijing high schooler Chen Zhichu used to spend 30 minutes a day boosting actor Xiao Zhan online as one of a legion of superfans, before the practice fell foul of the government for promoting "unhealthy values". State regulations last month banned "irrational star-chasing" -- online celebrity rankings, fundraising and other tools used by China's fandoms to get their idols trending on social media -- in the latest of a series of crackdowns across Chinese society.

usr: 0
This is interesting!