Archive for November 15th, 2018

Bourke Street trolleyman wanted by police – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Bourke Street trolleyman wanted by police
NEWS.com.au
A homeless Melburnian dubbed Bourke Street’s “trolleyman” is wanted over burglaries and breaching his bail conditions. Michael Rogers, 46, rammed Hassan Khalif Shire Ali with a shopping trolley as police officers tried to disarm the Somali-born radical
Police investigate link between Bourke St ‘trolley man’ and burglariesABC News
Bourke Street’s ‘trolley man’ wanted by policeSBS
Justin Quill: ‘Trolley Man’ has taught us all a lesson in caringHerald Sun
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Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Labor, Coalition unite to reject legislative changes which would make politcal donations more transparent – ABC News

ABC NewsLabor, Coalition unite to reject legislative changes which would make politcal donations more transparentABC NewsVoters will be left in the dark about who donated to the major political parties ahead of the next federal election, after Labor an…

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Foreign political donations set for ban – Cowra Guardian

Foreign political donations set for banCowra GuardianA ban on foreign political donations is a step closer with the coalition and Labor clinching a deal to pass draft laws through the Senate. Legislation cleared the upper house on Thursday with the par…

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Coalition promises half-price flat-screen TVs and cheap fridges – Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Coalition promises half-price flat-screen TVs and cheap fridges
Herald Sun
EXCLUSIVE: Struggling families would get half-price flat-screen TVs and cheap fridges if they trade-in old power-sapping models under a Coalition promise to slash household bills. Opposition leader Matthew Guy will on Friday pledge generous discounts
Victorian election: Guy’s energy pledge: half-price TVs to cut household costsThe Australian

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Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Offshore patrol vessel construction begins in South Australia – 9news.com.au


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Offshore patrol vessel construction begins in South Australia
9news.com.au
Construction has begun on the offshore patrol vessel project in South Australia, which the government hopes will help lessen the ship-building industry’s so-called “valley of death”. Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne was on hand at the Osborne
Offshore patrol vessel work begins in SANEWS.com.au
Construction begins on first Arafura class OPVAustralian Defence Magazine
Navy’s Arafura offshore patrol vesselsSBS
Defence Connect
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Thursday, November 15th, 2018
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