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Woman trapped right after bus crashes into Sydney train station wall

Posted December 14, 2015 08:21:51 Map: Chatswood 2067 A bus has crashed into a wall at Chatswood train station on Sydney’s reduced north shore. The ambulance service said a single lady is trapped and three other folks have minor injuries. The crash happened at 7:15am at the corner of Railway Street and Victoria Avenue. Fire…


Artificial reef balls containing ashes lowered into the sea off WA coast

Posted December 11, 2015 21:11:43 External Hyperlink: Rest in Reef in Jurien Bay Australia’s initial artificial reef ball that incorporates cremated remains has been dropped into the ocean off a Mid West town in Western Australia. The notion began with the Jurien Bay Men’s Shed, which was looking to expand an artificial reef, consisting of…


Pleased Birthday song to move into public domain

Posted December ten, 2015 09:24:54 A settlement has been reached in a US lawsuit with Warner/Chappell Music over the copyright to Content Birthday to You, that will put one particular of the world’s most recognisable songs in the public domain, according to court papers and a source close to the case. Terms of the deal…


Turnbull’s appointment fails to translate into consumer self-confidence in ACT

Posted December ten, 2015 07:58:22 Related Story: Department shop spending pushes retail sales larger Map: Canberra 2600 The appointment of a new Prime Minister may have boosted customer confidence about the nation, but the possibility of far more spending budget cuts indicates that effect has been muted in Canberra, according to Deloitte Access Economics. Retail…


Turnbull urged to ‘pull Abbott into line’ over Islam comments

Updated December 09, 2015 11:28:11 Labor has likened Tony Abbott to Donald Trump, soon after the former prime minister referred to as for a “religious revolution” inside Islam and declared “all cultures are not equal”. Mr Abbott created the comments in a wide-ranging interview with Sky News final night, and followed up with an opinion…


Investigations launched into north Queensland’s labour hire sector

Posted December 07, 2015 11:09:02 Authorities have launched a series of investigations in north Queensland into the labour hire business with some organizations accused of exploiting seasonal workers across the fruit and vegetable sector. Former police officer turned Liberal National Celebration MP Dale Final mentioned his workplace has received dozens of complaints this year but…


Mexico’s Colima volcano spews gas and ash into the air

Posted December 06, 2015 11:29:27 Mexico’s Colima volcano has spewed a column of gas and ash into the sky in the latest of a series of intermittent eruptions. Mexico’s civil protection authorities said the column rose 2,500 metres more than the crater prior to it was pulled by winds heading north-east. The explosion prompted the…


How is your charity dollar spent? Report provides insight into $100b sector

Posted December 04, 2015 01:35:41 The huge size of the charity and not-for-profit sector has, for the initial time, been revealed in a report by the sector’s regulator. The Australian Charities and Not-for-Income Commission (ACNC) has released the Australia’s Charities in 2014 report which showed that the sector was a $ 103 billion business that…


Investigation into downed AirAsia flight finds maintenance and crew error to blame

Posted December 01, 2015 19:17:01 An investigation into the downing of an AirAsia flight last year has found each upkeep and crew error to blame for the crash. Flight Q78501 crashed into the Java Sea during a brief flight from Surabaya to Singapore in December 2014, killing all 162 on board. Analysis of the plane’s…


SA firearm amnesty to quit weapons ‘falling into incorrect hands’

Posted December 01, 2015 07:59:20 A gun amnesty aimed at reducing the number of unwanted and unregistered firearms in South Australia has begun. People can hand in weapons at police stations and 45 firearms dealers across the state for the next seven months. A firearms bill will also be considered in Parliament this week, which…