Archive for October 7th, 2014

Sword removed in counter-terrorism raids a common plastic decoration, owner … – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Sword removed in counter-terrorism raids a common plastic decoration, owner
Sydney Morning Herald
It was one of the most frightening, powerful images to emerge from counter-terrorism raids across Sydney last month. As one man was charged with conspiring to behead a random person in Sydney’s CBD, police removed a sword in an evidence bag from a …
Australia’s ‘Terror’ Sword is PlasticteleSUR English
Sword removed in Sydney counter-terror raids reportedly plasticSBS
‘Terror sword’ or plastic decoration?The Canberra Times
AMT News –Yahoo!7 News
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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Government to fund up to 300 new towers for 6000 blackspots – The North West Star


SBS

Government to fund up to 300 new towers for 6000 blackspots
The North West Star
THE public has nominated some 6000 mobile phone black spots for fixing under a federal government initiative. Yet the $100 million allocated to improving coverage in regional areas will only pay for between 250 and 300 new phone towers. Single towers …
Australia picks 6000 areas for Mobile Black Spot projectTelecompaper (subscription)
Around 6000 mobile phone blackspots to compete for Federal Government fundingThe West Australian
Australia’s 6000 mobile blackspots to compete for fundingiTWire

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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Bob Katter’s younger brother Richard Katter joins debate about mental health … – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Bob Katter’s younger brother Richard Katter joins debate about mental health
Sydney Morning Herald
Katter’s Q&A clash with comedian. Richard Katter, the younger half-brother of north Queensland MP Bob Katter, has spoken out about the mental health problems that young gay and lesbian people face in rural and regional Australia. The pair’s other brother, …

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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Labor reform an ongoing process: Shorten – 9news.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Labor reform an ongoing process: Shorten
9news.com.au
Labor leader Bill Shorten admits the Labor Party’s got more work to do to transform itself into a modern entity. Party elder John Faulkner fired another salvo on Tuesday in his fight to reform the ALP, saying those opposing change would push Labor onto the …
Faulkner calls for ALP to democratiseABC Online
There’s a ‘crisis of trust’ in politics, says Labor elder John FaulknerThe Daily Telegraph
Party elder John Faulkner in push to quash Labor factionsCourier Mail
The Australian (blog) –NEWS.com.au –Herald Sun
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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Police charge former head of retail traders group with 16 counts of fraud – SmartCompany.com.au

SmartCompany.com.auPolice charge former head of retail traders group with 16 counts of fraudSmartCompany.com.auA former MP and head of a collapsed Queensland retail body has been charged with 16 counts of fraud. TheABC reports Scott Driscoll, who heade…

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