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HAS THIS HAPPENED TO YOU?

You meet someone unexpectedly, and having no clue how much they’d mean to you in the future. How the path of two strangers crossed, and how it has changed and affected your life so much. And how an accidental clash of worlds, was the most beautiful thing that could possibly ever happened to you?

Well, it has happened to me.

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AUSTRALIA DARWIN COURT REPORT: Four Indonesian Men Fined $20,000 After Pleading Guilty to Fishing for Sharks Fin’s

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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Nov.29: 2022:

#AceNewsDesk – Four Indonesian men found fishing for sharks in Australian waters fined almost $20,000 in Darwin local court

The clouds are reflected in the wet sand at the ocean on a sunny day.
The men were found fishing in Australian waters, in a location off the Kimberley coast, earlier this month. (ABC News: Nicole Mills)none

Four Indonesian men have been fined a total of nearly $20,000 after pleading guilty to using a foreign boat for commercial fishing in Australian waters.

On Monday, Darwin Local Court heard the men β€” aged between 19 and 37 β€” were intercepted earlier this month by the Royal Australian Navy warship HMAS Albany in waters off Western Australia.

They were found 5.2 nautical miles (9.6 kilometres) inside the nearest point of the Australian fishing zone, on a 10-metre Indonesian boat with four fishing hand lines, three 30-kilogram bags of salt and no catch.

They were “educated” by the crew and then directed to leave the zone by authorities.

Six days later they were spotted by maritime surveillance aircraft deeper in Australian waters, near Sir Graham Moore Island off the Kimberley coast.

Border Force searched the vessel and found four shark fins, 10 kilograms of dried fish, five kilograms of salt, basic fishing equipment, a compass and a mobile phone with two navigation apps installed.

All four men pleaded guilty to the same two charges: using a foreign boat for commercial fishing and using a foreign boat in territorial sea.

A group of people leaving the Darwin Local Court building.
The men pleaded guilty to all charges in the Darwin Local Court this afternoon. (ABC News: Alexandra Alvaro)none

‘Blatant’ breach of Australian law

The court heard the men hailed from the Rote region of Indonesia.

It also heard the older men β€” aged 32 and 37 β€” were the sole income earners for their families and came from “very little”.

However, their defence conceded the act was an “undeterred” and “blatant” breach of Australian law.

Senior federal prosecutor Naomi Low told the court the crime had the potential to impact Australian fish stocks and the environment.

She also said the sale of shark fins was “lucrative” and that fins were often removed from sharks while they were still alive, although there was no evidence of that in this case.The group were found fishing for sharks, which the court heard there was a “lucrative” market for in Indonesia. (ABC News: Alexandra Alvaro)none

Ms Low said this type of crime had become “more prevalent” since the beginning of the pandemic, likely due to the financial impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia.

In handing down his judgement, Judge John Neill took into account the men’s lack of past offending in Australia and their good character, but noted that the offending was deliberate.

“They were in Australian territorial waters, they knew they were there,” he said.

“I’ve accepted they are poor fishermen, [and] this is the only way they had to make a living β€” I’ve taken those matters into account as well.The four men have 28 days to pay their fines.(ABC News: Michael Donnelly)none

“Irrespective of the personal circumstances of poor people in neighbouring countries, they had no right to come to Australia and interfere with the management of fishing.”

Judge Neill said he was sentencing the men relative to their perceived role in the crime.

The oldest two men were fined $6,000 each, a 27-year old man was fined $4,500 and the youngest was fined $3,000.

All the men were given 28 days to pay the fine or risk up to 38 days imprisonment.

ABC COURT REPORT

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FEATURED ITALY: Landslide Report: At Least Five bodies found as rescue work continues in earnest for other survivors

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#AceNewsDesk – Heartbreaking accounts are emerging of the last moments of victims of a powerful landslide that tore across the Italian island of Ischia on Saturday.

Rescue team members attempt to remove a car from the sea
Rescue team members attempt to remove a car from the sea

The father of one woman in her 30s told how she phoned him for help as earth began breaking on the hill above her, but that he was unable to save her.

Hers was one of five bodies found by rescuers, but at least nine people are still missing on the island off Naples.

The torrent of mud and debris destroyed homes and dragged cars into the sea.

It followed days of relentless rain in southern Italy, but now that weather has abated, the scale of the destruction is becoming clear.

More than 100 firefighters, as well as divers and earthmoving units, have been deployed to Ischia to try to clear streets strewn with debris.

Destroyed vehicles are piled on top of each other, crushed by the force of the mudslide whose trail of destruction indelibly marks the landscape of this popular tourist island.

Like nearby Capri, Ischia, in the Tyrrhenian Sea, is a holiday destination for foreigners and Italians alike. It featured in the book series Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante and was the backdrop to the 1999 film The Talented Mr Ripley. 

A key issue on the island, though, is that around half the houses are built illegally – and so cannot withstand the force of landslides and earthquakes. 

Nello Musumeci, the minister for civil protection, told Il Messaggero newspaper that Italy needed a “national plan of adaptation to climate change” to ensure buildings and infrastructure could withstand increasingly frequent phenomena such as heavy rainfall. “Securing our territory is the biggest public work we have to complete in the next few years. If we don’t, we’ll mourn yet more people,” he said.

The government has approved a state of emergency, allocating an initial sum of €2m (Β£1.7m) to help rebuild homes.

Authorities say they have recovered the bodies of five people so far. 

A woman in her 30s, whose husband is still missing, called her father for help as masses of land began breaking off the mountain, but he was unable to reach her due to the torrents of mud surrounding the house. When rescue services managed to wade through the debris, the woman was already dead. 

The body of an elderly woman was also found on Sunday, as well as that of a young girl of five or six whose parents, brother and uncles are reportedly still missing.

On Sunday afternoon, emergency workers said they had found a fourth body. Details of that victim’s identity are still not known.

Residents are being urged to stay home to avoid hindering emergency services in their efforts. 

Up to 155mm (6.1in) of rain fell on Ischia over the course of six hours, causing the landslide early on Saturday. 

Landslides strike Italian island of Ischia

The torrent of mud dislodged trees, engulfed buildings and swept away cars and people’s homes. 

Heavy rains have battered Campania, the region surrounding Naples and Ischia, for several days. 

On Thursday, two people were killed due to bad weather in the region. An Argentine tourist drowned after being swept into the sea during a coastal storm, while a man was struck by lightning on a beach.

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BBC News: By Mark Lowen in Ischia & Sam Hancock in London

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WISDOM πŸŒΏπŸŒ±β˜˜οΈπŸƒ

SIGNS OF MENTAL EMOTIONAL ABUSE

They don’t have to hit or shove you to be abusive.🌿🌱

Abuse can consist of unbearable words, mean comments, false accusations, criticisms, nitpicking, bullying, intimidation, threats, disrespect, attempts to silence you, stonewalling, ignoring, dismissing you, raging, name-calling, laughing at you or your emotions, not listening, not allowing you to talk, shutting you down, shutting conversations down, excluding you or trying to make you feel left out or unimportant, controlling you, telling you how to be or how to feel, minimizing or πŸŒΏπŸƒβ˜˜οΈ

Trivializing you or your feelings, shaming your emotions, throwing blame and shame, treating you like a child, using double standards and being a hypocrite, projecting on you, manipulating, gossiping, using gossip and hearsay against you, making judgments, exploiting you β˜˜οΈπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸŒ±

Capitalizing on perceived weaknesses, flaws and insecurities, ignoring and violating your boundaries, meddling and interfering in your business (control), giving unsolicited advice and unwanted negative opinions πŸŒΏπŸƒβ˜˜οΈβ˜˜οΈπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸŒ±πŸŒ±

Making attacks on your self-esteem, using you as a scapegoat or emotional punching bag, being aggressive or passive-aggressive, giving you orders, and telling you what to accomplish β˜˜οΈπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸŒ±

Acting like an authority or dictator, showing arrogance, being condescending, treating you as inferior, acting superior to you, acting self righteous or sanctimonious, gaslighting, denying their actions or of hurting you, never taking accountability or making apologies, shows no remorse πŸƒβ˜˜οΈπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸŒ±

Lacks empathy, provokes negative emotions by being rude or cruel, tries to pit and divide you with or cause chaos between you and your loved ones or support system, blames you for walking away or the demise of the relationship or for using boundaries, having a sense of entitlement, getting angry for standing up for yourself, expects you to put up with and tolerate their behaviors, expects you to “comply” with them and whatever they say, and playing the victim after treating you badly, hurting you and being disrespectful.β˜˜οΈπŸƒπŸŒΏπŸŒ±

Hey, you reading this if you are the perpetrator you must change before you escalate and find yourself all solitary confinement on earth 🌐

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