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Ute diver flees after injuring eight in Pakenham, Victoria

Police are on the lookout of a driver of an Ute who fled the scene after hitting eight pedestrians at Pakenham at the intersection of Cardinia Road and the Princess Freeway at around 3:35 p.m. today. The injured are being looked after by Paramedics and noone is believed to be in a critical state. Amongst the eight injured, seven are children and one was an adult. The driver fled the scene ...

Australian PM to ban affairs between ministers and staff

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday said ministers will be banned from sexual relationships with staff under a new code of conduct to be enacted in the wake of his deputy admitting to an extramarital affair with a staffer. Ministers, regardless of whether they are married or single, must not engage in sexual relations with staff, Turnbull told reporters in Canberra. In 201...

Former bikie boss 'Mick' Hawi shot 6 times outside Fitness First, Rockdale

Former Comancheros boss Mahmoud Mick Hawi has been shot 6 times outside a gym in Rockdale, Sydney. He was rushed to the nearby St. Georges hospital and has been placed on life support. Doctors have declared him brain dead. The former bikie was in his black luxury four wheel drive outside Fitness First, West Botany Street, Rockdale where he was shot 6 times. He was shot in the face, shoulders a...

Fake welfare workers inspected babies, Australian police say

Australian police are investigating a disturbing case where two people posing as child welfare officers entered a womans home and inspected her babies. The impostors, a man and a woman, presented fake identification and told the mother they were conducting a welfare check, authorities said. The woman later contacted authorities, who confirmed the visit was suspicious. New South Wales auth...

Former teacher at Perth boy's school guilty of possessing 3000 images of child pornography

A former teacher at a prestigious Perth boys school has been found guilty of possessing more than 3000 images of child pornography. Jeffery Jay McKinnell had been on trial for the past week in the District Court accused of downloading the material, which was found on his home computer in May 2016, when he was a teacher at Guildford Grammar. He was sacked after he was charged. McKinnell ar...

Two tonnes of the drug liquid ecstasy, worth millions, has been found hidden inside car shampoo barrels in Sydney
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Two tonnes of the drug liquid ecstasy, worth millions, has been found hidden inside car shampoo barrels in Sydney

Federal police have seized some 2000 litres of the drug GBL which was hidden inside car wash shampoo containers and was allegedly destined to hit Sydneys streets in time for next months Mardi Gras parade. A man has been arrested after authorities seized 2000 litres of a drug nicknamed coma in a bottle. Authorities on Friday said a 30-year-old Warwick Farm man has been arrested after the drug...

Australia Child sex abuse: Victims to receive national apology

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he will deliver a national apology to victims of child sexual abuse. Mr Turnbulls pledge follows the conclusion of a four-year inquiry that found tens of thousands of children had been abused in Australian institutions. The crimes, over decades, took place in institutions including churches, schools and sports clubs. The apology would be...

Canberra student who sold primate skull to Pirates of the Caribbean fined $5,500

A Canberra student who sold a primate skull to the makers of Pirates of the Caribbean movie has been fined $5,500 for illegally possessing endangered species specimens. Brent Philip Counsell, 28, pleaded guilty to 14 charges, which also included illegally importing specimens. The ACT Magistrates court heard he ran an online business trading in the specimens, some of which he bought from an I...

Great Barrier Reef deaths induce new directive
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Great Barrier Reef deaths induce new directive

Visitors to Australias Great Barrier Reef will be forced to wear life vests if they are deemed to be at-risk swimmers, a new safety code says. The rules are a response the deaths of 10 people - including at least four foreign tourists - on the reef in 2016. Under the Queensland state code, tourism operators will be required to identify swimmers who are potentially vulnerable before they ente...

Sydney father dies after falling from balcony during attempted arrest

Police have launched a critical incident investigation after an Indigenous man fell from a 13th floor balcony and died while officers were attempting to take him into custody in Sydneys inner-south. Patrick Fisher, 31, was wanted in relation to two outstanding warrants for assault and stealing offences. A NSW Police media release from Monday said Mr Fisher frequented the Redfern, Waterloo an...

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