Archive for February 3rd, 2014

Australian Prime Minister’s YouTube account suspended after video flagged as … – The Independent


The Independent

Australian Prime Minister’s YouTube account suspended after video flagged as
The Independent
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s YouTube account was mistakenly suspended after users flagged a video as containing deceptive content. It appears YouTubers used the website’s complaints feature to stage an online protest against a video posted on 
Mischievous spam report sees YouTube take down Prime Minister’s messageSydney Morning Herald
YouTube suspends Abbott’s YouTube accountNinemsn
Tony Abbott’s YouTube suspended after ‘deceptive content’ complaintThe Guardian

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Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Australia announces inquiry into asylum child detainees – BBC News


BBC News

Australia announces inquiry into asylum child detainees
BBC News
Australia’s Human Rights Commission has announced an inquiry into the mandatory detention of children seeking asylum. The inquiry would focus on the well-being, health and development of the detained children, AHRC President Professor Gillian Triggs 
Australia’s detention of child migrants to be probedwww.worldbulletin.net
Australia’s human rights panel to investigate detention of childrenUPI.com
PM slams kids-in-detention inquiry delaySky News Australia
SBS –International Business Times UK
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Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Police beat boys who ran away from Salvation Army home, hearing told – The Guardian


The Guardian

Police beat boys who ran away from Salvation Army home, hearing told
The Guardian
Salvation Army insignia One former resident of the Salvation Army home said his face had been rubbed in the wet sheets when he wet his bed as a five-year-old. Photograph: Dean Lewins/AAP. New South Wales police beat boys who ran away from a 
Younger boys procured for sex in return for lollies, abuse inquiry hearsThe Australian
NSW police ‘ignored’ boys’ abuse claimsYahoo!7 News
Meal and molestation after church: inquiryNewcastle Herald
Sky News Australia
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Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Christopher Pyne outlines ambition to make public schools independent – Sydney Morning Herald


Sky News Australia

Christopher Pyne outlines ambition to make public schools independent
Sydney Morning Herald
Federal politics: full coverage. Education Minister Christopher Pyne has denied the federal government’s plan for a quarter of Australian public schools to become independent within three years will create a two-tiered public education system. Mr Pyne 
Pyne launches ‘independent’ public schools planSBS
NSW not after ‘wholesale’ school autonomyNinemsn
1500 schools to be made ‘independent’ by Abbott govtWhitsunday Times
ABC Online –The Guardian –The West Australian
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Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Former RailCorp manager and his sister to be investigated over bribes: ICAC – ABC Online

Former RailCorp manager and his sister to be investigated over bribes: ICACABC OnlineThe ICAC will investigate allegations a former RailCorp manager and his sister solicited bribes worth more than a million dollars. A public inquiry will examine allega…

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