Archive for October 29th, 2018

Coalition vows to reinstate religious instruction in state schools – The Age


The Age

Coalition vows to reinstate religious instruction in state schools
The Age
Religious instruction classes will be reintroduced into the Victorian state school curriculum if the Coalition wins next month’s election. Opposition leader Matthew Guy made the announcement at an Australian Christian Lobby pre-election forum on the …

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Monday, October 29th, 2018

Two hospitalised as police hunt for man over Burswood threats – The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldTwo hospitalised as police hunt for man over Burswood threatsThe Sydney Morning HeraldPolice are hunting for a man they believe can assist them regarding an incident that saw two people hospitalised and a suburban street put in…

Monday, October 29th, 2018

Australian prime minister’s approval rating turns negative: poll – Fiji Times


Fiji Times

Australian prime minister’s approval rating turns negative: poll
Fiji Times
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s approval rating has turned negative for the first time since he became the country’s leader in August, according to an opinion poll published on Monday. His drop in popularity follows the …

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Monday, October 29th, 2018

Family seeks legal advice over Mt Gravatt monster truck show crash – Courier Mail


Courier Mail

Family seeks legal advice over Mt Gravatt monster truck show crash
Courier Mail
A FAMILY that was almost wiped out by an out-of-control car at a monster truck event on Saturday has sought legal advice over the incident. Brisbane man Mark Bluck was watching the Ultimate Monster Show at Mt Gravatt, in Brisbane’s south, with his

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Monday, October 29th, 2018

Heatwave set to sweep across Victoria, mercury to hit 40 degrees in the north – The Age


The Age

Heatwave set to sweep across Victoria, mercury to hit 40 degrees in the north
The Age
Victoria is set to swelter this week as temperatures in the state’s north hit 40 degrees and Melbourne could experience its hottest day in more than seven months. A northerly wind developing mid-week is set to push hot air from the north down through
Victoria to swelter before rain, thunderYahoo News
Heat wave on ThursdayCountry News

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