Archive for October 1st, 2014

Man stabbed with knife and garden pitch fork in Albion Park Rail – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Man stabbed with knife and garden pitch fork in Albion Park Rail
Sydney Morning Herald
A man is fighting for his life after being stabbed by a man armed with a knife and a garden pitch fork on the state’s south coast. Inspector Ron Davis of Lake Illawarra Local Area Command said a 32-year-old man and two friends went to a home on the Princes …
Man stabbed in neck and bodySky News Australia
Man critical after stabbing – Albion Park RailNSW Police Online (press release)
Man airlifted after Albion Park Rail stabbingIllawarra Mercury

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Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Guilty plea for Vic fatal punch – SBS


Sky News Australia

Guilty plea for Vic fatal punch
SBS
A man who killed a Victorian camper with a fatal punch will be sentenced on Thursday after pleading guilty to manslaughter. Source: AAP. 1 Oct 2014 – 7:09 PM UPDATED YESTERDAY 9:32 PM. Tweet. 0. A Victorian man who fatally punched a defenceless …
Victorian man to be sentenced tomorrow after pleading guilty to New Year’s Eve 9news.com.au
Dylan Closter to be sentenced over David Cassai manslaughterThe Age
Thug pleads guilty over killer king-hitYahoo!7 News
Herald Sun
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Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

George Brandis dismisses fears spy laws will lead to government cover-ups – The Guardian


The Guardian

George Brandis dismisses fears spy laws will lead to government cover-ups
The Guardian
George Brandis Attorney-general George Brandis addresses the press club in Canberra on Wednesday. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP. Australia’s attorney general has dismissed as “nonsense” the idea that new intelligence secrecy laws could be invoked to …
Budget cuts and burqas widen terror debateThe Australian
Tough new ASIO laws clear parliamentThe Daily Telegraph
Australian spy agencies given greater powersChannel News Asia

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Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Final memories haunt Quakers Hill families – The Australian


The Daily Telegraph

Final memories haunt Quakers Hill families
The Australian
LOVED ones try to cling to the memories of softly sung lullabies, Nan’s home cooking and visits filled with laughter. BUT too often fond recollections are obstructed by horrific images of blackened bodies, soot-covered faces and fear-stricken eyes. These are …
Untold grief of family members of murdered Quakers Hill nursing home residents The Daily Telegraph

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Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

MP Cesar Melhem put slush fund money towards winning Labor faction fights – The Age

MP Cesar Melhem put slush fund money towards winning Labor faction fightsThe AgeEmbattled state MP Cesar Melhem doled out more than $100,000 from a controversial slush fund to a string of community and sporting groups linked to Labor factional dogfight…

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