One home is the killing field where monstrous father John Edwards gunned down his two children, the other the house where he killed himself after his unspeakable evil.
The sale of both of the Sydney houses reveals the varied fates of properties stained in blood, their criminal history a challenge to real estate ambitions.
A violent or lawbreaking past can demand a discounted price, and the erasing of memories through demolition and rebuild.
The Hull St, West Pennant Hills house where financial planner Edwards shot dead his children Jack, 15, and Jennifer, 13, his teenage son and daughter in 2018, sold in July for $1.1 million.
NSW Police investigate after constable enters traveller’s hotel quarantine room
A police constable has been ordered to self-isolate after he entered the hotel room of a returned overseas traveller in quarantine.
NSW Police said it has been made aware of an incident involving a constable on duty at a quarantine hotel in Sydney.
Police said that it had been reported that the constable had entered the room of a man undergoing mandatory quarantine who had recently arrived on an international flight.
Upon leaving the room, the constable remained at the hotel before returning to…
The New Trailer for ‘The Crown’ Season Four Promises Multiple Royal and Political Power Struggles – Concrete Playground
For the past few months, Netflix has been drip-feeding The Crown fans sneak peeks of the show’s fourth season. By now, you’ve probably watched the first teaser, which gave a brief 46-second snippet of the royal drama’s latest ups and downs. And you’ve likely also viewed the longer trailer, which sported quite the heavy mood. If you can’t wait for more, however, a new glimpse at the series’ next batch of episodes has just hit — just over a fortnight before you’ll be able to watch the entire thing, too.
Of course, it has been a huge year for The Crown all round, even before the show started dropping teasers and trailers. At the beginning of 2020, Netflix announced that it would end the royal drama after its…
Seven Cafes to Seek Out When You’re Road Tripping Down to NSW’s Shoalhaven – Concrete Playground
Before setting up Hampden Deli, owners Nick Gardner and Stevie-Lee Bounader spent years in fine dining restaurants. Head chef Nick trained at Nelson Bay’s Zest, before working at some of Sydney’s best restaurants, including Quay and Tetsuya’s, where he was sous chef. So when you slip into this cosy deli, cage and cooking school in Kangaroo Valley for brekkie, take high expectations with you. The tight daily menu — which offers just two or three dishes at one time — features classics transformed into gourmet delights. There’s no menu as such, but recent gems have included a bacon and egg roll with brown sugar bacon, local eggs, cabbage, fermented chilli and, surprisingly, Kettle chips.
Cruising by at lunchtime? You might be…
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