The Centralian Advocate Fri 26 Mar 2021
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FRIDAY MARCH 26 2021 NEWS 13 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Waterfalls cascade down Uluru after heavy rainfall in the Lasseter region. Picture: Katja Fugill THE recent wet and wild weather seen across Central Australia last weekend sent waterfalls cascading down Uluru, as captured in a series of amazing images by amateur photographer Katja Fugill. More than 40mm of rain fell in Yulara on Monday and 12.4mm on Sunday, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. Ms Fugill snapped the amazing shots on a recent trip to the Red Centre. She was visiting from NSW and coincidentally arrived at Uluru just as a large rain band drifted across Central Australia. It was an amazing journey, Ms Fugill said. The waterfalls of the rock, the clouds hanging over the rock. I was so privileged to witness it all. DANIEL WOOD WATERFALL WONDER ON ULURU POLICE have released images of the man who was allegedly assaulted in the Alice Springs CBD last Saturday night. Police are asking him to come forward. CCTV captured the moment the unidentified man was assaulted by two men, as he crossed the road at the coroner of Gregory Tce and Todd St about 9pm. Police arrested and charged a 21-year-old man in relation to two other serious assaults in the area, which left their victims hospitalised. Criminal Investigation Branch investigators are working to identify three others males involved in these incidents. Police urge anyone with information that may assist in identifying the man or who witnessed the assault to contact them on 131 444. Assistant Commissioner Narelle Beer announced on Monday there would be more police patrols on horses, motorbikes and foot after the disgusting and abhorrent behaviour Alice Springs witnessed last weekend. This intolerable, calculated behaviour (against) innocent people in our community has to stop, Ms Beer said, promising a significant increase in police resources out and about on the town. You will see police everywhere on corners, on horses, with police dogs, on motorbikes. This cowardly, violent approach is just unacceptable. This is something I havent seen for some time. 13 Police seek male victim CCTV captures CBD incident JUDITH AISTHORPE centralianadvocate.com.au Aavoca1e 1
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