Posts Tagged ‘QLD’

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Australian Victorian Police Corporate Officers having a hard time Impersonating a commonwealth officer is a crime punishable of up to 2 years in jail.. yet every public servant does it. 00

Richmond legend Neville Crowe pulled to safety by stranger after Yarra River …

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Burke pins super trawler hopes on Greens

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Federal help for axed public servants dismissed as a ‘stunt’

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Cops got away with murder, say family of Kwementyaye Briscoe

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Man hit on head with hammer during home invasion

Do you know more? Email us, message us on Twitter @smh A man has been seriously hurt after he was hit on the head with a hammer in a home invasion in western Sydney, police say. The man, 26, was at home with his wife, 24, on Gibbons Street, Auburn, when he went to answer […]

Five Queensland councils win de-amalgamation bids

Five Queensland councils have had an early victory in their bid for de-amalgamation. Local Government Minister David Crisafulli today announced the former Douglas, Isis, Livingstone, Mareeba and Noosa shires were successful in their bids to have their mergers with larger councils re-examined. A further 14 councils nominated for possible de-amalgamation were rejected. Mr Crisafulli says […]

Lara Bingle loses licence

SYDNEY Sept 18 AAP – Reality TV star Lara Bingle has been fined $3500, placed on a good behaviour bond and banned from driving for 12 months after pleading guilty to three driving offences. The charges arose from an incident at Bondi Beach on May 14 when the 25-year-old model hit a woman on a […]

Linked ID scanners for Kings Cross

AAP Installing ID scanners at licensed pubs and clubs through Kings Cross is one of several proposals aimed at curbing violence in the area, a local business alliance says. Premier Barry O’Farrell will announce the plan on Tuesday as part of the state government’s management strategy for the notorious Sydney nightspot after Thomas Kelly was […]

Police arrest man over Moorooka murder

A police officer stands outside the Milton home where a man was arrested last night. Photo: Ten News A Milton man has been charged over the murder of a Brisbane father last week. Paul Sullivan was found bludgeoned to death in his Hansen Street housing commission unit in Moorooka by his teenage son in the […]

Sapper Martin to be farewelled in Perth

Sapper James Martin Photo: Department of Defence A soldier who was killed in Afghanistan only three months into his first operational deployment for the Australian army will be farewelled in his home town of Perth on Tuesday. Sapper James Martin, 21, was shot dead by a rogue Afghan soldier at a patrol base in Oruzgan […]

Opposition to target job cuts in Queensland Parliament

Posted July 31, 2012 07:44:12 The Queensland Opposition is expected to target the Government over job cuts when State Parliament resumes today. Another public service protest will be held outside Parliament House this evening – with teachers rallying over the latest pay offer. Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek says there are more budget cuts to come […]

Friends, family farewell and celebrate WA shark attack victim Ben Linden

Friends of shark attack victim Ben Linden, inset, at Brighton Beach in Perth this morning. Picture: Bohdan Warchomij Source: PerthNow BEN Linden was baptised in water. He lived in the water and today he was farewelled and celebrated in the water. About 300 people turned out today to take part in a “paddle out” gathering […]

Former NRL player gets suspended sentence for assault

Julian Demonde Troy pleaded guilty in the Northern Territory Supreme court to aggravated assault. The court heard Troy punched the victim, causing him to fall backwards on the pavement, striking his head on the curb. Then he grabbed the victim by the collar and punched him in the face four times, stood up and kicked […]

Labor embraces voters’ warmer view of carbon tax

SENIOR federal ministers have seized on yesterday’s Herald/Nielsen poll to back their claims that Tony Abbott’s scare campaign over the price on carbon has begun to unravel. But not everyone in the ALP was buoyed by the results. Those who think Julia Gillard’s leadership is terminal pointed out that Labor’s primary vote remains disastrously low, […]

Free trips not costing us: Qld government

THE Queensland government insists record numbers of people taking free trips on public transport under a new scheme are not eating into the budget. Transport Minister Scott Emerson says 75,000 people claimed free trips last week under the Newman government’s public transport incentive scheme. People who use their Go Card to pay for nine bus, […]

Growth of Asia means we need to spend more on defence: report

A new report says Australia needs to invest more in its army in the ‘Asian century’ as US power wanes. Source: News Limited AUSTRALIA needs to spend more on defence to ensure a quality force that can meet the strategic challenges presented by rising Asian countries, a new research paper says. Australian Strategic Policy Institute […]

Police investigation leads to $500m drug seizure

Customs and Federal Police have seized $500 million worth of drugs in Sydney. File image Source: The Daily Telegraph ILLEGAL drugs with a street value of half a billion dollars have been seized as a result of a police investigation. Australian Federal Police deputy commissioner of operations Andrew Colvin and Customs and Border Protection deputy […]

Crocodile show with arrow, left for dead in city river

This crocodile was found speared with an arrow on the banks of the Ross River in Kelso, in suburban Townsville. Source: Townsville Bulletin THE RSPCA has slammed a brazen act of animal cruelty after a crocodile was found speared with an arrow in the Ross River. Boaties spotted the 1m freshwater croc struggling to move […]

Australian nurse facing death penalty in Malaysia

A 34-year-old Australian woman is to face a Malaysian magistrates court today on charges of drug trafficking and could face the death penalty if found guilty. The Jalan Duta Magistrates Court hearing is expected to name the woman, who was arrested by Malaysian police on July 17 along with a Nigerian national, legal officials said. […]

Police investigate underage sex claims against James Ashby

Video Image James Ashby is reportedly under investigation by police over allegations he had sex with underage boys. James Ashby has alleged Peter Slipper sexually harassed him on a number of occasions, via mobile phone text messages and in private conversations Source: The Courier-Mail POLICE are investigating claims that James Ashby, the man who accused […]

Two charged over Aussie bag snatch death

Video Video Video Image Thai authorities have reportedly charged two men accused of killing Australian travel agent Michelle Smith. Two men have demonstrated to Thai police how they killed an Aust travel agent in a botched bag-snatching. An Australian woman has been killed on the Thai island of Phuket during a bag-snatch gone wrong. Michelle […]

Friends, family farewell and celebrate WA shark attack victim Ben Linden

OCEAN FAREWELL. Friends of shark attack victim Ben Linden today did a “paddle out” at Brighton to pay their respects to a young surfer who loved the ocean. Picture: Bohdan Warchomij Source: PerthNow OCEAN FAREWELL. Friends of shark attack victim Ben Linden today did a “paddle out” at Brighton to pay their respects to a […]

Man glassed in Kings Cross pub

A 27-year-old man has allegedly been glassed following an argument at a pub in Sydney’s notorious Kings Cross. Police say two men were arguing just before 4am (AEST) on Sunday at a hotel on the corner of William and Victoria Streets. Following the exchange, the 27-year-old was allegedly glassed, suffering a cut and bruising to […]

Man stomped by cow in outback rodeo

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Coalition vows to deliver NDIS by 2018

Posted July 29, 2012 13:42:53 Video: Political editor Lyndal Curtis discusses Andrew Robb’s comments (ABC News) Federal Opposition finance spokesman Andrew Robb says a Coalition government would deliver the National Disability Insurance Scheme by the proposed 2018 start date. Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey has previously refused to promise to introduce the scheme without knowing where […]

Shorten plays down productivity regulation

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Coalition slams boat arrival off West Australian coast

A record 26 boats have arrived for the second consecutive month and more than 3300 people have arrived in June and July. Picture: Daniel Wilkins Source: PerthNow A BOAT arrival close to the Australian mainland off the West Australian coast highlights how much pressure the Border Protection Command is under, the Coalition says. A government […]

Mal Brough’s plan for federal comeback passes a key hurdle, with LNP …

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Three found dead in Sydney unit, man arrested

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