Archive for October 26th, 2018

Will climate change split the Liberal Party? – The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewWill climate change split the Liberal Party?The Australian Financial ReviewDivided for a decade over climat change … Protestors dressed in costumes of Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull at Bondi Surf Bathers SLSC polling …

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Mega-saw crushes man’s legs while working on NorthConnex – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Mega-saw crushes man’s legs while working on NorthConnex
The Canberra Times
A worker’s legs were crushed when an industrial saw with an estimated weight of between one and two tonnes fell at a major Sydney road construction project on Friday morning. The heavy industrial saw came off an excavator and fell onto the 26-year-old …

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

Adelaide mother’s alleged murder prompts calls for more safety for women – 9news.com.au


9news.com.au

Adelaide mother’s alleged murder prompts calls for more safety for women
9news.com.au
A mother-of-two’s alleged murder outside a popular Adelaide shopping centre has prompted calls from the community for better safety measures in the area. Locals are demanding SA Police and the local council increase officer visibility in the area and
Partner of murdered mother still coming to terms with her death at Adelaide shopping centreThe Advertiser
Haunting last moments of mum killed outside shopping centreYahoo News

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

WA man jailed for murdering ex’s brother – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

WA man jailed for murdering ex’s brother
NEWS.com.au
A father who fatally stabbed his children’s uncle in the neck with a fishing knife because he thought the man was supplying drugs to them has been jailed for life with a minimum of 19 years. Shane Frederick James Josephs, 46, was charged with murder
Life jail term for murderer of Rhys Kelly, who stabbed his brother-in-law through the neckABC News
Ferndale murder: ‘Violent drunk’ Shane Josephs jailed for lifePerthNow

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

Parking fine loophole may force an Aussie council to refund $2m in tickets – Yahoo News


Yahoo News

Parking fine loophole may force an Aussie council to refund $2m in tickets
Yahoo News
Drivers in Sydney’s west could receive $2 million in refunded parking fines after a potential blunder by rangers. Parking rangers who marked tyres with crayon instead of chalk in Parramatta may have unlawfully issued infringement notices. Under City of …

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