159 Lytton Rd, East BrisbaneGUN shop owner Charles Curley is gunning for a good deal with the upcoming auction of his Brisbane waterfront home.Mr Curley owns a gunshop in Townsville and is offering his home at 159 Lytton Rd, East Brisbane for auction on March 31.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoIn his line of business you can never be too safe, so the home has its own police approved armoury.It has been locked up in recent times since Mr Curley has rented the home out. He lived in it from 1998 until he left Brisbane for Townsville in 2005.“The locked room downstairs was once a police approved armoury where I operated a gun smithing business,” Mr Curley said.“It’s the nicest room in the house. The room is extremely secure, with steel mesh within the walls and ceiling, and a polished concrete floor. There are sliding welded stainless steel security rails inside both windows.”The property, which is being marketed through George Trovas of Ray White Bulimba, goes under the hammer on March 31 at 10:30am.
NZ Herald 10 August 2016Family First Comment: It seems fairly logical and obvious that a 3-strike regime would simply resolve this. Or perhaps 2-strike. Repeat offenders prove to both themselves and to society that they are a risk to victims who should have the priority of protection!New Zealand has the worst rate of family and intimate-partner violence in the world. Eighty per cent of incidents go unreported — so what we know of family violence in our community is barely the tip of the iceberg.More than 12,000 Kiwis have repeatedly breached court orders to stay away from their victims, and one person has been convicted for doing so 14 times.Ministry of Justice figures released to the Herald paint a disturbing picture of family violence in New Zealand, showing 12,157 people have been convicted for 20,864 protection order breaches in the 11 years to December 31, 2015.A protection order is a court-imposed sanction to keep an offender away from their victims, and those at the front line believe the data is the tip of the iceberg as victims are too scared to report the crimes.Released to the Herald under the Official Information Act, the data shows some offenders repeatedly flouting the orders.One person in the Manawatu/Wairarapa area was convicted 14 times for breaching an order, and another in the Bay of Plenty/Coromandel area has been convicted for 13 breaches.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11690474Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
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