Archive for November 2nd, 2016

Spike in jail numbers driven by ‘kneejerk reaction’ to high-profile killings – The Age


The Age

Spike in jail numbers driven by ‘kneejerk reaction’ to high-profile killings
The Age
Legal changes driven by public outcry over cases such as the murder of Jill Meagher have driven an almost 70 per cent increase in Victoria’s prison population in the past decade, despite only a small increase in the crime rate. New research, released
Victoria’s prison population explosionSBS

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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Thief mocked by Canberra cafe owner after bungled break-in – 9news.com.au

9news.com.auThief mocked by Canberra cafe owner after bungled break-in9news.com.auCanberra cafe Niugini Arabica makes fun of a bungling burglar who smashed into the store but escaped with no cash. (YouTube: Theodore Levantis). FTBAPGL. A Canberra cafe …

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

NSW Police Force Wall of Remembrance not targeted, police say – ABC Online


ABC Online

NSW Police Force Wall of Remembrance not targeted, police say
ABC Online
Fears Sydney’s police wall of remembrance had been desecrated again have proven unfounded, with weather blamed for stripping polish that had been used to cover earlier vandalism. Late this afternoon a ranger said he believed he had discovered new …
Wall of Remembrance ‘not vandalised’ police admitdailytelegraph.com.au
Woman charged over drug supply, SF Benwerrin, NSWMirage News

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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

WA to get an open range zoo – Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

WA to get an open range zoo
Sky News Australia
A large site in the Swan Valley near Perth has been chosen to realise Premier Colin Barnett’s vision of an African-themed open range zoo featuring lions, elephants and other animals. The 700-hectare site at Chittering on the Avon River is in a region …

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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Melbourne Cup 2016: Kerrin McEvoy, Joao Moreira flout whip rules but escape fines – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Cup 2016: Kerrin McEvoy, Joao Moreira flout whip rules but escape fines
The Sydney Morning Herald
Seven jockeys who broke the contentious whip rules in the Melbourne Cup – including Kerrin McEvoy and Joao Moreira who waged a titanic struggle down the Flemington straight – were not fined or suspended due to a change in an interpretation of the …
America slams ‘depraved’ Melbourne Cupdailytelegraph.com.au
The messy side of the Melbourne Cup 20161:24NEWS.com.au
‘Insane white people’: Aussies blasted for Cup Day anticsThe New Daily
Herald Sun –The Australian –The Canberra Times –Perth Now
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