Stranger reportedly seen loitering in building where Saudi sisters Asra Abdullah Alsehli and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli found dead

Stranger reportedly seen loitering in building where Saudi sisters Asra Abdullah Alsehli and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli found dead

A “stranger” had been seen loitering in the lobby of a Sydney apartment complex weeks before the mysterious deaths of two Saudi sisters, allegedly telling another person he was from the same room as the pair. New claims surrounding the sudden deaths of Asra Abdullah Alsehli and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli were revealed on ABC Radio … Read more

Saudi sisters: Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, found dead in Canterbury unit

Saudi sisters: Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, found dead in Canterbury unit

An air of both mystery and tragedy surrounds the death of two Saudi Arabian sisters whose bodies were found in a Sydney apartment they shared in the suburb of Canterbury earlier this year. Police believe Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, had been dead for over a month before anybody noticed their … Read more

What happened in apartment 115?

What happened in apartment 115?

Two women are found mysteriously dead, with the crime scene offering more questions than answers. Some say their deaths reflect a “silent crisis”. Warning: this story contains descriptions that some readers may find distressing, and discussions of suicide. Mail has been piling up in the corridor outside an apartment in Canterbury, in Sydney’s inner-west. Neighbours move … Read more

Saudi sisters deaths: Chilling note on ad for Canterbury apartment

Saudi sisters deaths: Chilling note on ad for Canterbury apartment

The home in Sydney’s southwest where two sisters were found dead under unusual circumstances has been put back up for rent, with a chilling detail now included in the ad. The bodies of 24-year-old Asra Abdullah Alsehli and 23-year-old Amaal Abdullah Alsehli were found at a Canterbury Rd home, near Dibbs St, in suburb of … Read more

Saudi Arabian sisters reported a ‘suspicious man’ to before being found dead in Sydney unit

Saudi Arabian sisters reported a ‘suspicious man’ to before being found dead in Sydney unit

Two Saudi Arabian sisters who were found dead in their Sydney home had previously made a report to their building’s security about a “suspicious figure” waiting outside their unit. The bodies of 24-year-old Asra Abdullah Alsehli and 23-year-old Amaal Abdullah Alsehli were found at a Canterbury Rd home, near Dibbs St, in the southwest Sydney … Read more

Sydney residents furious over Canterbury-Bankstown council mixing rubbish

Sydney residents furious over Canterbury-Bankstown council mixing rubbish

Sydney residents have been left furious after discovering rubbish collectors have been mixing bins for years. Residents in Sydney’s southwest have expressed their outrage online after catching rubbish collectors mixing yellow-bin recycling with red-bin garbage – a practice a council said had gone on for more than a decade. Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour said narrow … Read more

Gangs, guns and money: Newshub Nation's expert panel dissects the news of the week | Newshub Nation – Newshub

Gangs, guns and money: Newshub Nation's expert panel dissects the news of the week | Newshub Nation – Newshub

Gangs, guns and money: Newshub Nation’s expert panel dissects the news of the week | Newshub Nation  Newshub Why has the Government chosen now to crack down on gangs? | Newshub Nation  Newshub View Full coverage on Google News

Queen thanked by Archbishop for ‘staying the course’

Queen thanked by Archbishop for ‘staying the course’

T he Queen is “still in the saddle”, the Archbishop of York has said, as he thanked her for “staying the course”. In his sermon for the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, The Most Rev Stephen Cottrell compared the monarch’s well-known love of horse racing to her long reign, suggesting it “reflects … Read more

Real estate agent in Melbourne is witnessing the busiest start to the year in a decade amid a rise in IPOs

Real estate agent in Melbourne is witnessing the busiest start to the year in a decade amid a rise in IPOs

Buyers had more choices than ever in early 2022, with a decade-high number of homes on the market. See where the hotspots of the property list are. Melbourne has had its busiest start to the year for property advertising in more than a decade, with a wave of homes on the market in the first … Read more