Bitter strata title meeting ends in alleged shooting

AN ELDERLY Sydney man, suspected of shooting his building manager during a bitter strata meeting, remained in a critical condition, under police guard on Friday.

Police believe the 85-year-old took the extreme action of shooting the 66-year-old manager after tempers flared at the meeting at a Lakemba unit block on Thursday night.

A struggle ensued and both men were taken to hospital but the manager was expected to be released on Friday.

The Herald reported the disgruntled, alleged shooter, was a collector of vintage firearms.

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Council, developer agree to fix boardwalk

FIXING IT UP: Bay residents Max Dederer and Ray Maxwell at the closed Urangan Marina boardwalk.

The boardwalk has been closed for about five years.

The team behind the Qld School Sport triathlon

TEAM BEHIND THE TRI: Countless officials and volunteers ensured the Queensland School Sport Triathlon Championships ran without a hitch.

Preparation starts almost one year out from the event.

Cool change coming and showers forecast

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'It will feel a lot different to what it has over the last week.'

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