Archive for January 8th, 2016

Man charged over police pursuit in Vic – 9news.com.au


Star Weekly

Man charged over police pursuit in Vic
9news.com.au
A man has been charged following a 2.5-hour police pursuit through Victoria which involved the police air wing. The chase began just after midday on Friday and ended when the man’s Commodore was involved in a collision near a hotel in Braybrook.
Two arrested after crash following police pursuit from Wangaratta to MelbourneABC Online
Police chase from Wangaratta to Melbourne ends in pair’s arrestThe Age
Pair arrested after police pursuitWangaratta Chronicle
Star Weekly (blog) –Yahoo News Canada
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Friday, January 8th, 2016

The best 2016 election date the PM could choose – The New Daily


The New Daily

The best 2016 election date the PM could choose
The New Daily
The federal election should be held in August or September this year. If it is called for any time before that, particularly the first half of 2016, voters will have no choice than to think PM Turnbull is taking us for fools. According to media reports
Jack the Insider’s 2016 Political AlmanacThe Australian (blog)
Early election may cause voter backlashSky News Australia
Pyne says poll unlikely before SeptemberThe Advertiser

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Friday, January 8th, 2016

Two friends saved, one still missing – dailytelegraph.com.au


dailytelegraph.com.au

Two friends saved, one still missing
dailytelegraph.com.au
Emergency crews are searching for a missing 20-year-old swimmer at Hawks Nest. Picture: Ryan Osland. CAUGHT in a rip and struggling to stay above water, three young friends said their last goodbyes to each other fearing they would not survive. Two of …
Search for missing NSW swimmer scaled backThe Guardian
Lifeguard’s ‘incredible’ rescue at Hawks Nest, one swimmer still missingSydney Morning Herald
Search for NSW swimmer scaled backSky News Australia
Daily Mail –ABC Online
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Friday, January 8th, 2016

Yarloop wiped off the map – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Yarloop wiped off the map
Sydney Morning Herald
For most city-dwellers it is inconceivable to imagine a whole town completely wiped out by fire. But that is what has happened to the tiny, 125-year-old mill town of Yarloop, 130 kilometres south of Perth. The fire which swept through the south-west
‘No stopping’ fire once it hit WA town9news.com.au
WA fires: Authorities warned about Yarloop’s lack of water in 2015WA today

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Friday, January 8th, 2016

Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton caught speeding – The Age


The Age

Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton caught speeding
The Age
A fine has been given to Victoria’s Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton for driving 108km/h on the Peninsula Link freeway. (Vision courtesy Network Ten News). PT0M28S 620 349. Victoria’s top cop has admitted he was caught speeding on the Peninsula …
Victoria’s police commissioner Graham Ashton reveals he was caught speedingThe Guardian
Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton ’embarrassed’ after caught ABC Online
Speeding fine for Victoria’s top copBrisbane Times
9news.com.au –Geelong Advertiser
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Friday, January 8th, 2016
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