Archive for December 20th, 2015

Multimillionaire car dealer Tony Azzi investigated over wombat deaths – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldMultimillionaire car dealer Tony Azzi investigated over wombat deathsSydney Morning HeraldMultimillionaire car dealer Tony Azzi is being investigated over allegations that he used a high-powered rifle and semi-automatic pistols to …

Sunday, December 20th, 2015

Fire had speed – The Border Mail


The Border Mail

Fire had speed
The Border Mail
That was the brutal assessment in the CFA’s Wodonga incident centre as the decision was made before 5pm to evacuate people in the Leneva area. Mr King said the fire’s size, speed and strength was exactly what authorities expected would happen should a …

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Sunday, December 20th, 2015

Victorian fires: Blazes destroy homes near Ballarat, threaten outskirts of Wodonga – The Age

The AgeVictorian fires: Blazes destroy homes near Ballarat, threaten outskirts of WodongaThe AgeThe cool change is sweeping through Victoria, putting fire crews on high alert with the changing wind direction maintaining the threat of fire danger. Visio…

Sunday, December 20th, 2015

NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley needs to take stronger stand against Salim … – NEWS.com.au


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NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley needs to take stronger stand against Salim
NEWS.com.au
ONE of Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer’s fiercest critics has said NSW Labor leader Luke Foley, who is also the local MP for Auburn, needs to take a stronger stand against the controversial councillor. Irene Simms, who is a Residents Action Group …
Salim Mehajer car park and Auburn Council under the spotlight againSydney Morning Herald
Salim Mehajer labels electoral fraud allegations ‘a political game’ABC Online
Salim Mehajer’s company ordered to pay $26000 in battle over crane signCadtle Hills News
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Sunday, December 20th, 2015

Police dog’s final day before retirement sees drug raid success – Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Police dog’s final day before retirement sees drug raid success
Herald Sun
A POLICE dog has had success in his final day on the job after finding firearms, drugs and cash in a garden bed in Melton South this morning. Melton police were patrolling on Exford Rd when they saw an alleged stolen vehicle around 1.35am. They then
Police seize guns, drugs and cash during arrests in Melton SouthThe Age
Firearms, drugs seized in MelbourneSky News Australia

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