Archive for October 16th, 2014

ASIO accidently bugged itself says expanding spy watchdog – Government News


Government News

ASIO accidently bugged itself says expanding spy watchdog
Government News
They’re the super top secret eyes who check-up on our spies and very soon there will a few be more of them. The Office of the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security (OIGIS ), the body charged with ensuring that intelligence agencies stay within their …
Domestic spy agency spies on itself9news.com.au

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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

CFMEU member speaks out on corruption – 9news.com.au


Sky News Australia

CFMEU member speaks out on corruption
9news.com.au
A construction union member who instigated an internal corruption investigation says his claims weren’t properly investigated and made him the target of bullying. CFMEU member Andrew Quirk told the union’s National Secretary Michael O’Connor of his …
CFMEU’s Brian Parker set to be recalled before union commissionThe Age
CFMEU whistleblowers Andrew Quirk and Brian ‘Jock’ Miller claim they were ABC Online

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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Bomb squad probes materials at Cerberus naval base – Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Bomb squad probes materials at Cerberus naval base
Herald Sun
Video; Image. Cerberus searched by bomb squad 1:01. Play video. http://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/. An exclusion zone has been set up at the Cerberus Navy base as the bomb squad examines potentially explosive materials. Herald Sun; 16 Oct 2014 …
Sailor assisting police with inquiries after ‘hazardous materials’ found at HMAS 9news.com.au
Sailor released without charge over hazardous material find at naval baseThe Guardian
Australia naval base locked down over ‘hazardous material’BBC News
Times of India
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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Aussie gets nine monthsfor deadly Java accident – The Australian


Herald Sun

Aussie gets nine monthsfor deadly Java accident
The Australian
WEST Australian Jake Drage, relieved by his relatively light jail sentence over the death of a woman in an Indonesian motorcycle collision, hopes to be home by mid-January. “It feels better than, say, from my first court, when they were trying to get me for …
‘It could be worse but I’m still innocent’Perth Now
WA man Jake Drage found guilty over fatal crash by Indonesian court9news.com.au
Aussie jailed over Java holiday crashSBS
Sydney Morning Herald
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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

NSW follows Victoria on gay convictions – The Australian

NSW follows Victoria on gay convictions
The Australian
PETER Bonsall-Boone’s dream of becoming an Anglican priest was crushed in 1962 when he was thrown out of theological college for having a criminal record for gay sex. AT the time, homosexuality was not only taboo in Australia, it was illegal.

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