The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) have instructed Sydney police to detain a man in his 30's from County Armagh.
The man in question was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Thomas O’Hare, 33, and his girlfriend Lisa McClatchey, 21, from Tassagh, near Newtownhamilton, in 2006 according to the Irish Echo newspaper.
The couple were attacked in their home before it was doused in petrol and set alight.
The suspect is currently being detained by Sydney police. He will apear in court today where he will face extradition proceedings.
Two brothers were previously charged in connection with the couples murder and setting fire to the property.
The Irish Echo says more on these developments will follow.
Australia’s first ‘CyberKnife’ will soon be killing cancer tumours in WA’s State Cancer Centre based in the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.
ABC News reports that treatments with the new medical technology could begin within a matter of months.
As one of only four in the world, the CyberKnife will be used to treat up to 450 patients a year.
The new tool works by precisely targeting tumours with doses of radiation and in turn helps to keep surrounding tissue areas safe and free from harm.
The WA Health Minister, Kim Hames said that the tool will allow for precision radiotherapy.
The CyberKnife may be a revolutionary treatment for cancer. However, Dr Colin Tang, a Radiation Oncologist warned that the treatment might only be suitable to certain patients’ needs.
According to Dr Tang, the CyberKnife will be best suited to patients whose tumours are located close to critical structures in the brain.