News: Australia

It's ANOTHER Mehajer AVO: Now Salim's sister Fatima takes her husband of five years to court in the third protection order involving the scandal-hit family in just a year

Wednesday  21:06,   15 august 2018
dailymail.co.uk

The case is due before Parramatta Local Court next Friday, two months on from Ms Mehajer being handed a two month suspended jail term and put on a $500 nine-month good behaviour bond.The case is due before Parramatta Local Court next Friday, two[...]
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REVEALED: The squalid granny flat of accused samurai sword killers and the bloodstained alcove the couple 'camped in for THREE DAYS to evade police'

Wednesday  20:31,   15 august 2018
dailymail.co.uk

Musician Jett McKee, 30, unexpectedly found the occupants of the Forest Lodge flat, in Sydney's inner city, home when he broke in about 1pm Friday, armed with a replica gun.Aspiring rapper Jett McKee, 30, unexpectedly found the occupants of the[...]

Queensland teacher suspended after she was warned over her friendship with student

Wednesday  19:07,   15 august 2018
smh.com.au

The woman still poses an “unacceptable” risk of harm to children, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal found.An inexperienced female teacher who was warned about her friendship with a student at her school, has failed to overturn her[...]

Cost deters 1m Aussies getting medical aid

Wednesday  19:07,   15 august 2018
msn

Steep out-of-pocket costs were blamed by more than one million patients as the reason they put off getting specialist medical help or seeing a GP last year. More than one million Australians put off seeing a GP or medical specialist last year[...]

NSW mother-of-four dies after getting injection

Wednesday  17:06,   15 august 2018
9news.com.au

Those closest to Leanne Lapsin are in disbelief, after the mother-of-four's trip to the doctor turned to tragedy. Ms Lapson lost consciousness while getting an injection at the Medisense Health Care Centre in Taree, NSW on July 31.9NEWS[...]

'Something has to change': Tearful drought-stricken dairy farmer slams Coles and Woolworths as he claims he makes just $2.46 an hour to provide their customers with milk and cheese

Wednesday  16:50,   15 august 2018
dailymail.co.uk

A NSW dairy farmer has revealed the shockingly low price he was paid by Coles, Woolworths and other big supermarkets for a full month’s worth of delivering dairy products. In a saddening Facebook video post, NSW farmer Shane Hickey said that he was[...]

'They were sinners ...They deserved death': Scripture provider forced to remove material from website

Wednesday  16:06,   15 august 2018
smh.com.au

A church approved to deliver scripture lessons in NSW schools was forced to remove material from it website that teaches children that homosexuality is a sin.A church approved to deliver scripture lessons in NSW schools has been forced to remove[...]

Health services pledged in Repat revamp

Wednesday  15:53,   15 august 2018
9news.com.au

The Daw Park facility was shut-down by the previous Labor Government last year, but the Liberal party promised to re-open the site if it was elected. A hydrotherapy pool and 20 bed sub-acute rehabilitation ward have already re-opened in a part of[...]

Milo Yiannopoulous to return to Australia despite $50k outstanding bill

Wednesday  15:53,   15 august 2018
theage.com.au

Police Minister Lisa Neville has slammed Yiannopoulos for failing to pick up the police bill from his last tour, saying the alt-right figure spreads 'hate and division'.Milo Yiannopoulous will once again tour Australia despite his failure to [...]

Here's the Nazi history of the phrase used by Fraser Anning

Wednesday  14:07,   15 august 2018
abc.net.au

Senator Fraser Anning said the "final solution" to what he called the problem of migration by Muslims was a national vote. Here's the history of that phrase.He said there should be a national vote to decide who can enter Australia,[...]

Victoria's biggest ever bus strike called off at 11th hour

Wednesday  13:38,   15 august 2018
theage.com.au

A major bus strike in Victoria threatening to cruel the commute of tens of thousands of people on Thursday has been called off after an 11th hour intervention by the Andrews government. A breakthrough in negotiations between the Transport Workers[...]

Leyonhjelm's assisted suicide bill narrowly defeated in Senate

Wednesday  13:38,   15 august 2018
smh.com.au

A private member's bill that would have cleared the way for assisted suicide to be legalised across Australia was not passed.The bill, introduced by Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm, was defeated by 36 to 34 votes after two days of[...]

'Arrogant' private health changes could hit less wealthy hard

Wednesday  13:37,   15 august 2018
9news.com.au

Big changes are coming to private health insurance that are meant to make things simpler but doctors and patients say Australians could be caught out by the new four-tier system. "I don't think they're going to simplify anything at all, in fact I[...]

New fleet of NSW trains 'so safe' they don't need guards

Wednesday  13:37,   15 august 2018
9news.com.au

The proud, new, high-tech concept from the New South Wales Government is designed to improve the commute to the Central Coast, Newcastle, Blue Mountains and South Coast. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd By the end of next year trains will be[...]

Police hold fears for missing NSW toddler

Wednesday  12:51,   15 august 2018
9news.com.au

Police are urgently searching for a missing 18-month-old boy after he was taken by his mother from a supervised visit in Blacktown. Manaia Te Whare was taken while walking on Sunnyholt Road, Blacktown, about 11am today.The NSW toddler is believed to [...]