Archive for January 9th, 2016

PID Act: Hundreds of government officials blow whistle on questionable conduct – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldPID Act: Hundreds of government officials blow whistle on questionable conductSydney Morning HeraldHundreds of government whistle-blowers have made serious disclosures about wrongdoing within federal departments in the past year an…

Saturday, January 9th, 2016

Three dead, five injured in SA smash – Herald Sun

Herald SunThree dead, five injured in SA smashHerald SunTwo people have died in a crash between a car and mini-bus in Adelaide. Three dead, five injured in SA smash. A third person has died following a crash between a car and mini-bus in Adelaide that …

Saturday, January 9th, 2016

More than 100 injured after powerful waves pummel visitors at Sydney’s popular … – 9news.com.au


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More than 100 injured after powerful waves pummel visitors at Sydney’s popular
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More than 100 people have been injured, three of them seriously, after powerful waves smashed into visitors at the Figure Eight rock pools in Sydney’s Royal National Park. Emergency services were called to the coastal spot around 3pm yesterday after …
Injuries as waves hit rock poolsThe Australian (blog)
Rogue wave at Royal National park sees three winched to safetySydney Morning Herald
Video at Sydney’s Royal National Park shows freak wave smash beachgoersDaily Mail
NEWS.com.au –Sky News Australia
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Saturday, January 9th, 2016

Family fears man missing in WA fire is dead – Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaFamily fears man missing in WA fire is deadSky News AustraliaThe family of a cancer survivor fear he may have died in a bushfire that ravaged the historic town of Yarloop, south of Perth, after the elderly man stayed to defend his hom…

Saturday, January 9th, 2016

Melbourne prison incident will be reviewed – Sky News Australia


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Melbourne prison incident will be reviewed
Sky News Australia
Corrections Victoria will review an incident in which a prisoner climbed an internal light pole at Melbourne’s metropolitan remand centre. Prison staff negotiated with the 32-year-old prisoner for more than eight hours after he climbed to the top of
Melbourne remand centre put into lockdown after prisoner scales light poleABC Online
Metropolitan Remand Centre in lockdown as prisoner climbs to top of light poleThe Age
Melbourne’s Metropolitan Remand Centre in lockdown as prisoner scales poleHerald Sun
The Australian (blog)
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