Archive for November 4th, 2018

HCC residents may have voted in a pro cable car council, sayd Christie – Daily Telegraph

Daily TelegraphHCC residents may have voted in a pro cable car council, sayd ChristieDaily TelegraphTHE people of Hobart may have elected a pro cable car council, despite having elected an anti-cable car lord mayor and deputy. Ousted lord mayor Ron Chr…

Sunday, November 4th, 2018

Violent offender on the run after electronic monitoring devices fail across South Australia – 9news.com.au


9news.com.au

Violent offender on the run after electronic monitoring devices fail across South Australia
9news.com.au
A prisoner is on the run in Adelaide after the state’s electronic bracelet monitoring system crashed for more than 24 hours. At 7am Friday the system failed, sending corrections staff scrambling to visit 300 homes after 774 criminals dropped off the radar.
Search for man on bail, South AustraliaMirage News

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Sunday, November 4th, 2018

Virgin Australia to rethink priority boarding for veterans after policy criticised as ‘tokenistic’ – ABC News


ABC News

Virgin Australia to rethink priority boarding for veterans after policy criticised as ‘tokenistic’
ABC News
Virgin Australia will rethink a pledge to give veterans priority boarding, after the plan was described as “embarrassing” and “tokenistic”. Key points: The Australian Defence Association describes Virgin’s moves as “tokenistic”; Qantas says it won’t
Virgin Australia praised, criticised for new boarding procedureNEWS.com.au
Virgin Australia reconsiders veteran salutes following backlashThe Sydney Morning Herald
Virgin rethink on controversial veterans’ boarding plan9news.com.au
The Australian –Courier Mail –The New Daily –SBS
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Sunday, November 4th, 2018

Wrapped in plastic on a factory floor, an elite policeman’s tragic end – The Age


The Age

Wrapped in plastic on a factory floor, an elite policeman’s tragic end
The Age
Warning: Graphic content. Former policeman Dean McGrath was routinely confronted by appalling violence as a member of the Special Operations Group before his own brutal death in a Braeside factory. The gifted boxer and expert marksman, who survived …

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Sunday, November 4th, 2018

Motorcyclist dies on outback trip as heat exceeds 40C – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Motorcyclist dies on outback trip as heat exceeds 40C
NEWS.com.au
A MOTORCYCLIST has died in the West Australian outback from heat exposure while trying to complete an epic solo expedition from Darwin to Karratha. Daniel Price, 31, an experienced motorcyclist, went missing in the remote Kimberley Region last week.
Motorcyclist Daniel Price the second person to die in the outback in a weekABC Local
‘Ride into the sunset brother’: Gibb River Road motorcyclist rememberedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Man dies after motorcycle bogged in extreme heatYahoo News

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Sunday, November 4th, 2018
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