Archive for December 6th, 2017

Death of Perth toddler crushed by chest of drawers sparks likely changes to tenancy act – ABC Online


ABC Online

Death of Perth toddler crushed by chest of drawers sparks likely changes to tenancy act
ABC Online
A coroner has recommended changes to the law so tenants cannot be prevented from securing furniture to a wall in the interests of child safety, as part of a case in which a Perth toddler was crushed by a chest of drawers. Reef Kite died aged 21 months
Push for new laws after Perth toddler crushed to death by chest of drawers9news.com.au
Tenants should have right to secure heavy objects, coroner saysPerthNow
Rental laws could change following little Reef’s crushing death: CoronerThe West Australian

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Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Businessmen’s bizarre peak hour fist fight – Courier Mail


Courier Mail

Businessmen’s bizarre peak hour fist fight
Courier Mail
IT’S not something you’d be expect to see on the morning commute — two well dressed businessmen punching on in peak hour traffic. But dramatic dashcam footage has emerged on Facebook of the moment the two men wearing suits start punching and trying to
Men in suits brawl in road rage punch-up9news.com.au
WATCH: Two businessmen brawl in the middle of traffic in Sydney road rage incidentYahoo7 News
Road rage North Shore style! Two Sydney men in business suits trade blows in the middle of a traffic jam – before …Daily Mail

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Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Between Dastyari and dual citizenship, is Bill Shorten’s bull run ending? – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Between Dastyari and dual citizenship, is Bill Shorten’s bull run ending?
The Sydney Morning Herald
When Malcolm Turnbull said “I have never had more fun in my life,” it betrayed a certain truth for leaders in these turbulent times – merely holding on to the job, is some kind of victory. On paper however, it should be Bill Shorten who is the happier
Will Shorten’s ‘scorched earth tactics’ end up burning him?NEWS.com.au
Andrew Bolt: Opposition Leader Bill Shorten in trouble on three frontsHerald Sun
Malcolm Turnbull’s right flank driven by spiteThe Australian
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Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

La Nina declared heralding a humid, wet summer for Australia’s east – ABC Online


ABC Online

La Nina declared heralding a humid, wet summer for Australia’s east
ABC Online
After weeks of slowly upping the scale, the Bureau’s ENSO Wrap-Up finally announced the climate phase on Tuesday. Long range forecaster Dr Andrew Watkins said people on the east coast may notice more humid, tropical weather over the summer. “Typically
La Nina moves insurance stocksThe Australian
Weak La Nina to dampen summer: BOMDaily Mail
Weather Australia: Bureau of Meteorology confirms summer La NinaThe Weekly Times

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Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Alleged head of $250m drug syndicate was once accused of murdering heroin dealer – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Alleged head of $250m drug syndicate was once accused of murdering heroin dealer
The Sydney Morning Herald
One was once convicted of murder before being acquitted on appeal. Another is responsible for supervising recently released jailbirds on work release. And the third is an Uber driver. Now, the trio are alleged to be “the three major players” in a
Grandmother found dead after missing from bingo for three days9news.com.au
Panama drug bust stops 300kg of ice from reaching Australia’s shores, police sayABC Online
Car found after body discovered in SydneyYahoo7 News
myGC.com.au –Triple M –Mirage News –Daily Mail
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