Email us or message us on Twitter @smh A father who took his son out for a bike ride has been stabbed by a gang of teenagers who wanted a turn on the bicycle, police say. ">Keep Reading. The 58-year-old man was with his son in a park in the southwest Sydney suburb of Canley Vale on Saturday evening when three teenagers, aged about 15, asked to borrow the boy?s bike. Police said the teenagers turned on the older man, chasing him out of the park before confronting him in the front yard of a house on Prince Street. The man was allegedly stabbed in the elbow with a broken bottle before the three youths ran off. Police established a crime scene and the man was taken to Liverpool Hospital.
"A man has been shot in the calf in a Sydney street and taken to hospital in a serious condition. Police and paramedics were called to Hollywood Drive, Lansvale, in south-west Sydney about 1.45pm on Monday. "The 22-year-old man was shot in the calf inside a home unit and has been taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment," a police spokeswoman said. The man is known to police. Police will release a statement shortly."
Queensland is in the grip of another extraordinary flood crisis, as cities and towns across the state go under. Financial Advice Meanwhile, dramatic rescues are under way in Bundaberg, where the city's worst flood on record has left dozens of people trapped on rooftops. There is also a major flood crisis developing in the Lockyer Valley, where 19 lives were lost in the state's 2011 floods. So far, three flood deaths have been confirmed: an 81-year-old man whose body was pulled from the water near Bundaberg, a 27-year-old wheelchair-bound man who was found near Gympie, and a third person, believed to be a male motorcyclist, who was swept off the road at Greenbank, near Ipswich.
"Ipswich is presently passing through its major flood level (11.7m) and is expected to peak near 15m by Monday evening, about 4 m less than the January 2011 flood. He says flooding will affect areas of the south-east over the next week, but the most serious flood threat is in Bundaberg where authorities are expecting the worst flood ever recorded. The weather bureau says minor flooding has commenced downstream at Warwick, with at least moderate flooding expected during later this morning."
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