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Welcome to Sisters In Law, news. This week, our resident lawyers and real-life sisters Alison and Jillian Barrett from Maurice Blackburn tackle your legal rights when it comes to noisy neighbours. She is a young woman who lives alone but is never alone, if you catch my drift. She has at least one "partner" every night and the noise is ridiculous. Last week I called the police at 3am because she woke up my baby with her "activity", but they said there was nothing they could do to be honest, I reckon they thought it was a prank call.
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Call it bizarre or insane, but a year-old elderly woman called police after she reportedly heard her female neighbour chanting "IS Islamic State is good, IS is great" while having sex, media reported on Wednesday. The woman from Brown Deer in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, called the police requesting them to come over as she heard thewoman yelling "IS is great" while the couple made love, www. Police, however, advised the woman to call back if she heard the "IS" chanting again. Brown Deer police chief Michael Kass posted on Twitter: "Maybe taking 'see something, say something' a little too far?