The Courier-Mail : 2020-08-11

NEWS : 14 : 14


NEWS 14 TUESDAY AUGUST 11 2020 COURIERMAI­L.COM.AU TV actor on DV charges DERRICK KRUSCHE BRISBANE 4 DAY FORECAST Wednesday Thursday 11-23C 12-24C 13-27C 14-27C ANTONIA O’FLAHERTY TASTE OF SUMMER BLOWS CHILLY DAYS AWAY CORMAC PEARSON Angie Parker and her family are an outdoorsy family who love warmer weather but they are sceptical about it getting warmer this week. “The westerly winds are here, is it really getting hotter this week?” Ms Parker said. “What can you say, nothing beats Queensland weather, period. People don’t realise how lucky they are.” Brisbane 27C on Thursday and Friday. Westerly winds brought jumpers and jackets out over the weekend with Toowoomba having a “feels-like” temperatur­e of just 2C on Monday. But BOM meteorolog­ist Peter Markworth said rain would come by the weekend so trips to the coast may have to come early this week. “We’ve had some Ekka westerlies, named after the festival which is pretty common this time of year, they usually follow a trough and can get quite strong, especially from the west,” Mr Markworth said. “It will be 4C above average in the city so it’s not typical temperatur­es we see in August but considerin­g we have a trough moving towards us we generally see warmer temperatur­es ahead of that.” THE chilling westerly winds have passed and southern Queensland will get a taste of summer with 30C temperatur­es by the end of the week. South and western parts of the state will see temperatur­es 5C above average this week with Roma reaching 30C, Ipswich 29C and ‘I’ve got something for you’: accused stabbber accused (Nanovo) retrieved a knife, concealed it down his pants, then yelled out to him (the victim) ‘come over here, I’ve got something for you’. Middlebroo­k allegedly started punching one of the victims, a brawl erupted, and the co-accused allegedly pulled out the knife and stabbed the victims.” Nanovo was arrested a couple of hours later at his home in Victoria Street, Cambridge Park, and taken to Nepean Hospital. worthville Magpies in North Parramatta on Sunday. Nanovo, 19, and his Brothers teammate Bradley Middlebroo­k, 20, himself a promising league talent, were then allegedly involved in a brawl in the car park in which a 19-year-old Magpies player and two of his cousins were stabbed. A statement of police facts read out in court at Middlebroo­k’s bail applicatio­n on Monday said: “It’s alleged the co- AN UP-and-coming rugby league star allegedly called out to his opponents “come over here I’ve got something for you” before stabbing a rival player and two spectators after a game, a court has heard. Police allege Ratu Nanovo – a former Australian Schoolboys and Fiji representa­tive – went to a car and got a knife which he concealed in his shorts after an under-20s match between his team Penrith Brothers and Went- BCME03Z01M­A - V1 PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­ +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW