Archive for May 24th, 2014

Government says negotiations likely needed to pass university fee, GP co … – ABC Online


Brisbane Times

Government says negotiations likely needed to pass university fee, GP co
ABC Online
The Federal Government has conceded it will need to compromise on some of its more controversial budget measures to get them through a hostile Senate. Education Minister Christopher Pyne told Fairfax that he accepts his plan to deregulate universities is …
Six-month wait before first benefits paymentDaily Mail
Unemployed have ‘no right to hold out for dream job’: PM Tony AbbottSydney Morning Herald
Jobless have ‘no right’ to wait for dream job: AbbottNinemsn
The Guardian –Sky News Australia
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Saturday, May 24th, 2014

Scientists say ‘pings’ were NOT from missing plane and slam search as a ‘debacle’ – The Standard Digital News


The Standard Digital News

Scientists say ‘pings’ were NOT from missing plane and slam search as a ‘debacle’
The Standard Digital News
The frantic search for missing plane MH370 has been hampered by a premature announcement that a black box had been found, it has been claimed. Underwater scientists say ‘ pings’ picked up by a US locater were not from the missing Malaysian Airlines …
Seabed survey the next step in MH370 searchThe Australian
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Scientists question methods and the politics of NEWS.com.au
Houston ‘confident’ MH370 in south Indian OceanMalaysia Kini
Daily News & Analysis
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Saturday, May 24th, 2014

Victorian Liberal Party denies involvement in fundraiser linked to alleged … – ABC Online


The Australian Financial Review

Victorian Liberal Party denies involvement in fundraiser linked to alleged
ABC Online
The Victorian Liberal Party has distanced itself from a fundraiser reportedly organised by an alleged mafia boss which was attended by several Liberal MPs. The Age newspaper reports a man with known links to the Calabrian mafia helped host a fundraiser …
Libs’ link to market Mafia manSydney Morning Herald

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Saturday, May 24th, 2014

Arson behind $550000 damage to Padbury home: WA Police – Perth Now


The West Australian

Arson behind $550000 damage to Padbury home: WA Police
Perth Now
Arson investigators are also looking into another car fire that destroyed a vehicle and damaged a garage in Banksia Grove. The first fire appears to have started about 8.30pm last night, when someone set alight a Ford Falcon sedan parked in the carport of a …
Stolen items found at scene of suspicious house and car fire in Perth’s northABC Local
Police investigate two driveway arson attacksWA today
Arson suspected in $550k blazeThe West Australian

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Saturday, May 24th, 2014

Three to stand trial for ‘cutting’ girls – Sydney Morning Herald

Three to stand trial for ‘cutting’ girls
Sydney Morning Herald
Lawyers defending three people committed to stand trial for taking part in the genital mutilation of two young sisters in Sydney say their clients’ actions did not break NSW law. The lawyers for the girls’ mother, a retired nurse and a sheikh said on Friday that a …

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