Archive for November 2nd, 2018

Port Pirie parents accused of criminal neglect of ‘close to death’ baby – ABC News


ABC News

Port Pirie parents accused of criminal neglect of ‘close to death’ baby
ABC News
The four-month-old baby of a couple charged with criminal neglect had severe injuries including a fractured skull and was so dehydrated he was “close to death”, a court has heard. Key points: Prosecutor says the baby had injuries and was severely …
Port Pirie couple charged over neglect of baby9news.com.au
Parents charged with neglect after baby left ‘close to death’, court hearsYahoo News
Pirie pair remanded to Port Augusta court on criminal neglect chargesThe Recorder

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Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Australian TV host Ross Cameron fired for making racist, anti-Chinese comments – WTHITV.com

Australian TV host Ross Cameron fired for making racist, anti-Chinese comments
WTHITV.com
An Australian TV host has been fired after he described Chinese visitors to Shanghai Disneyland as “black-haired, slanty-eyed (and) yellow-skinned” live on air. Ross Cameron, the host of Sky News Australia’s Outsiders and a former Liberal Party

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Friday, November 2nd, 2018

Melbourne man who killed Frenchman in NT not guilty due to mental impairment – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne man who killed Frenchman in NT not guilty due to mental impairment
The Sydney Morning Herald
French tourists Philippe Jegouzo and his wife Aurelie Chorier had been in Australia barely a week when an awful twist of fate brought them into contact with Pande Veleski. The couple stopped in a rest area near Alice Springs to make coffee after
Outback killer thought he would ‘save the world’ by murdering someone9news.com.au
Victorian man Pande Veleski jailed for 20 years for killing French backpackerABC Local
Schizophrenic killer ‘thought he was saving the world’ when he stabbed a French backpacker to death in front of his …Daily Mail
NT News
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Friday, November 2nd, 2018

‘Devastating’: Anglican heads’ letter prompts anger and division – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

‘Devastating’: Anglican heads’ letter prompts anger and division
The Sydney Morning Herald
Angry Anglican school alumni are planning protests and signing petitions decrying their former principals’ decisions to campaign for the preservation of powers that would let them discriminate against gay staff. Amid the controversy, the heads of two
Anglican Schools open letter: principal says gay staff welcomeDaily Telegraph
Sydney Anglican principal rejects right to sack gay teachersThe Guardian
Macarthur principals sign open letter supporting right to fire gay teachersWollondilly Advertiser
Lifehacker Australia –Bay Post/Moruya Examiner –QNews –ten daily
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Friday, November 2nd, 2018

The deadliest jobs in Australia for men – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

The deadliest jobs in Australia for men
NEWS.com.au
OUR nation’s job market is booming — the mining industry is picking up again, contractors are practically begging teens to consider a trade and the defence force is advertising every career opportunity young adults could dream of. But underneath the

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