Archive for November 20th, 2017

One Nation a security threat: Beazley – Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

One Nation a security threat: Beazley
Sky News Australia
Former deputy prime minister and Labor leader Kim Beazley fears One Nation’s positions on Islam and free-trade pose a threat to Australia’s national security. ‘I think there are positions they adopt which are extremely dangerous to the country’s long

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Monday, November 20th, 2017

‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot’: family of Justine Damond Ruszczyk want action on US shooting – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

‘If she can be shot, anybody can be shot’: family of Justine Damond Ruszczyk want action on US shooting
The Sydney Morning Herald
The family of Justine Damond Ruszczyk, the Australian woman shot dead by a Minneapolis police officer, fear nobody will ever be held accountable for her death. Ms Ruszczyk was unarmed and in her pyjamas when she was shot dead by junior officer …
‘Someone has to be convicted’: Damond family want action on US police shootingSBS
Justine Damond’s Family Is Still Waiting For Justice Over Her DeathHuffington Post Australia
Fiance’s haunting, tragic advice to Justine DamondGladstone Observer

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Monday, November 20th, 2017

WA police chief warns of more job cuts – Daily Telegraph


Daily Telegraph

WA police chief warns of more job cuts
Daily Telegraph
WA Police is facing hundreds of jobs cuts in coming years with commissioner Chris Dawson warning he will have to thin his ranks on top of the state government’s voluntary redundancy process. The cuts won’t involve sworn police and will involve non
WA police win approval to grow beardsSBS
Guess the idea grew on them! West Australian police officers will now be allowed to grow BEARDSDaily Mail
WA Police set to axe more than 100 backroom jobs as new pay offer presentedABC Local
The West Australian
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Monday, November 20th, 2017

Soldier Nicholas Baxter found guilty of manslaughter over baby son’s death – ABC Online


ABC Online

Soldier Nicholas Baxter found guilty of manslaughter over baby son’s death
ABC Online
A former Australian soldier accused of killing his six-week-old son has been found guilty of manslaughter. Matthew Baxter suffered 17 rib fractures and brain haemorrhaging before he died in 2011. A Supreme Court jury in Townsville cleared his father …
Murder trial: Nicholas Baxter guilty of manslaughterNEWS.com.au
Editorial: Father’s ultimate failureTownsville Bulletin
Soldier guilty of manslaughter over the death of his six-week-old son found with 17 rib fractures and a brain …Daily Mail

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Monday, November 20th, 2017

Convicted murderer Susan Neill-Fraser ends hunger strike – The Australian


The Australian

Convicted murderer Susan Neill-Fraser ends hunger strike
The Australian
Convicted murderer Susan Neill-Fraser has ended her hunger strike, according to the Tasmanian Prison Service. Neill-Fraser, serving a 23-year sentence in Hobart’s Mary Hutchinson Women’s Prison for the 2009 murder of her partner, radiation physicist
Sue Neill-Fraser on hunger strike amid claims of bullying within Risdon prisonABC Online
Convicted murderer, 62, jailed over killing her husband on a yacht goes on hunger strike over cell searchDaily Mail

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