Sydney woman dies after being shot in the face by ex-boyfriend

  • August 25, 2021

A Sydney woman has died after being fatally shot in her apartment by her ex-partner.

The post-mortem examination was held in the Holborn police station on Thursday.

The police were called to the apartment on the Gold Coast shortly before 1:00am (AEDT) after receiving a report of a domestic disturbance.

“Officers arrived to find a woman in a distressed state with a gunshot wound to the left upper left side of the face,” police said in a statement.

“She was pronounced dead at the scene.”

The postmortem examination found that the woman had suffered a “possible self-inflicted injury”, according to the statement.

The incident is being investigated by the NSW Police Service (NSWSP).

The NSW Police Crime Commission has launched an investigation.

“The investigation is ongoing, and we would ask anyone with information to contact the NSW Crime Commission,” the statement said.

“There is a possibility the shooting may be a result of domestic violence and the NSW State Government has advised that anyone who has witnessed this or any other incident of domestic abuse to contact their local police station.”

A statement from the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Industries (DPIIIA) said the “investigation is ongoing” and that the matter was being referred to the NSW Serious Crime Squad.

A woman has been arrested in relation to the death of a man in Melbourne’s west, where police have been investigating a domestic violence incident in the early hours of Friday morning.

The Melbourne woman, who was not named, has been charged with domestic violence assault causing grievous bodily harm, according to Victoria Police.

Victoria Police say they have been called to a house on St Albans Road in North Melbourne.

A police officer who arrived at the house around 1:30am (local time) found a “fearful and distressed” woman, believed to be in her 30s, with a “shot wound” to her head, according a statement from Victoria Police on Thursday afternoon.

“Victoria Police officers attended and attempted to resuscitate the victim and were then assisted by a paramedic,” the police statement said, adding that the police officer was treated at the emergency department.

The statement did not give any further details about the man or the woman’s circumstances.

The woman was taken to hospital and is in a stable condition, police said.

The man, who is also in his 30s and is believed to have been the victim’s ex-husband, is not in police custody.

The Victoria Police statement did say that the victim was shot “multiple times”.

Police did not immediately return a request for comment.

The shooting is the second time this week that an Australian woman has suffered a fatal shot in Melbourne.

On Monday, the NSW Parliament passed a motion that will give police greater powers to investigate domestic violence.

It was not immediately clear what would happen next with the investigation.

The Victorian Government says it will investigate.

Police are still investigating the case, the Victorian Police statement said: “Police have received information from witnesses who believe that a domestic incident occurred and that a woman was shot.

The investigation is currently ongoing and we are not able to provide any further information at this stage.”

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‘It was just an ordinary day’: Post reader’s comments on this week’s #postclever

  • July 7, 2021

A post shared by Washington Post (@washingtonpost) on Apr 13, 2018 12:03:28  I have been reading your articles for a while now, and I find you very insightful.

You are a great resource.

But it is time to stop the use of the term ‘postclevers’ for a moment.

For the record, it is a term used to describe someone who posts something that is so clever, original and entertaining that the average person just has to check it out.

This week’s ‘post clever’ was posted by a man called James from Perth, Australia.

James wrote a post titled ‘How to make your first Instagram post clear and readable’.

Here is what he said: My first post was very simple.

I just put up a picture of a fish and wrote something like, ‘I just found this fish in a river, and have eaten it for breakfast.’

The post was so simple that I have no idea where it came from.

I don’t even know if it was posted to Instagram or Facebook.

It was posted just because I was having lunch.

The only thing I can think of is that I just saw a picture and wanted to do something different.

If you have read my blog, you probably noticed a couple of posts I have made recently about what I do for a living.

My blog is called the Postclever.

For many years I used to work in advertising, so I have been using the Post Clever to post photos and videos.

I like to use the Post Clever to get a sense of the market for my products and I want to make sure that I am not wasting my time.

So, in my first post, I simply put up two pictures of a cat.

The first picture was of a little cat.

It had a very simple, simple name.

The second picture was a picture I took of my dog.

I also posted a picture that I took as a dog walking on the beach with my wife.

She thought it was funny and decided to take it to Instagram.

I was thinking ‘what a clever idea!’

The picture was very clever.

The picture didn’t have any words in it, it just had a simple title, a short description and a picture.

So, it was just a picture with a caption, the name, the picture and the caption.

When people comment on it, the first thing they think is ‘oh wow, a cat’.

They say ‘that is a post clever’, and they are really surprised that it is so simple.

But the post was such a success, so people are going to post it again.

It is going to get retweeted thousands of times.

People are just going to go and see it.

This is what happens when people make the assumption that someone is going through the process of making a post.

When they see a post that is easy, they go to it.

They say ‘oh, I think I have found a post in my feed’.

So, it seems like this is a common phenomenon.

I hope it is not the case that the term postclever has gone out of fashion, but I think it is important that people know that there are postclevers out there.

How can I make my first Instagram posting clear and understandable?

I think one of the main ways people make mistakes is when they assume someone else has made a post before them.

I always tell people to check the posts before they post.

It will help you make the right decision.

You should also check the content on Instagram before you post.

If you find a post with a lot of images and lots of captions, don’t post it.

I will go into more detail about this in a later post.

Do you have any questions or comments about this post?

Feel free to post them below.