Archive for January 3rd, 2017

Keyboard warriors: How the Australian Defence Force plans to invade Facebook – The Canberra Times

The Canberra TimesKeyboard warriors: How the Australian Defence Force plans to invade FacebookThe Canberra TimesEach Australian Army regiment and Air Force squadron will have its own social media channel in the coming years, according to Defence Depart…

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Anonymous linked group hacks Victorian Human Rights Commission’s website – The Age


The Age

Anonymous linked group hacks Victorian Human Rights Commission’s website
The Age
A group linked to international hacking network Anonymous has taken down the Victorian Human Rights Commission’s website and replaced it with a grammatically poor message claiming to be its manifesto. Social network AnonPlus hacked the site at …
Victorian Human Rights Commission’s site hacked in attack allegedly linked to AnonymousABC Online
Victorian Human Rights Commission website hacked9news.com.au
Hackers hit Victorian Human Rights CommissionHerald Sun
The Guardian –International Business Times UK –ComputerWeekly.com
all 9 news articles »
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Dreamworld recovery: Low attendance reflects ‘staged return to full operations’, says CEO – The Age


The Age

Dreamworld recovery: Low attendance reflects ‘staged return to full operations’, says CEO
The Age
“I’ve been everywhere, man, I’ve been everywhere” goes the Lucky Starr song playing through the speakers at Dreamworld’s Gold Rush Town. “Across the deserts bare, man, I’ve breathed the mountain air.” SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on …
The Ardent Leisure Group share price is sinking on Dreamworld reportsMotley Fool Australia
Dreamworld’s summer of sadness after four people died in ride tragedy at the Gold Coast theme parkDaily Mail
Dreamworld is no ‘ghost town’ as crowds returnChinchilla News

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Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

‘I’ve been stabbed’: Victim shouted for help after Artarmon knife attack, witness says – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

‘I’ve been stabbed’: Victim shouted for help after Artarmon knife attack, witness says
The Sydney Morning Herald
A man who was injured in a stabbing in Sydney’s north staggered up the street shouting for help before seeking refuge in a car dealership, witnesses said. Police were called to the Pacific Highway at Artarmon around 10am on Tuesday, after reports of an …
Tourist rushed to hospital after stabbing, Kiwi man chargedYahoo7 News
Use keywords to search content on this websitedailytelegraph.com.au
Kiwi charged over Frenchman’s NSW stabbingPerth Now
9news.com.au –NSW Police Online (press release) –TVNZ
all 8 news articles »
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Rod Culleton denies he owes $4 million – Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

Rod Culleton denies he owes $4 million
Sky News Australia
WA senator Rod Culleton has again denied owing large sums of money after this week’s latest bizarre public incident – a scuffle outside a Perth court. The independent senator and former One Nation member was confronted by current party member Anthony …
Rod Culleton in street scrap with One Nation rival Anthony FelsThe Australian
Culleton: ‘I wasn’t shaping up’NEWS.com.au
‘Not impressed’: Pauline Hanson distances herself from potential WA candidate after court incident with Rod CulletonThe Sydney Morning Herald
ABC Online –9news.com.au –SBS –Yahoo7 News
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Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017
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