Source: Victoria Police Police are appealing for public assistance following a ram raid at a liquor store in Mulgrave on December 12. It is believed three male offenders drove a silver Ford Ranger utility, with stolen plates ZUT061 and 1JT1TP, through the glass front windows of the store on Police Road about 1.30am. Once inside […]Read More →
MIL-OSI New Zealand: New Zealand Performing Arts – FLEETWOOD MAC ANNOUNCE NEW ZEALAND TOUR DATES CONFIRMED FOR SEPTEMBER 2019
Source: Live Nation Australasia AUCKLAND, NZ (January 17, 2019) – Legendary, GRAMMY-award winning band FLEETWOOD MAC today announced an Australian and New Zealand tour, set to kick off on August 9 with two shows in Auckland on September 16 and 19, along with a welcome return to Dunedin on September 21. Produced by Live Nation, […]Read More →
Source: Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency The use of radiation at places of work is a normal and much needed part of many occupations in today’s world. It’s used in the medical industry to scan patients, the mining industry in the processing of minerals and ores and the technology industry to power our […]Read More →
Source: South Australia Police Police have completed today’s search for a teenager, missing and feared drowned in the water off Parsons Beach on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Members from Water Operations Unit along with the Police helicopter spent this morning (Thursday 16 January) searching the area for any sign of the missing boy. Police encountered rough […]Read More →
Source: Victoria Police Frankston Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged a further three teenage girls following two alleged robberies in Frankston last month. In the first incident, a 20-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted and robbed outside a Ross Smith Avenue shopping centre about 2.45pm on 14 December. In the second incident two aged, aged 16 […]Read More →
MIL-Evening Report: Penalties for animal cruelty double in SA, but is this enough to stop animal abuse?
Source: The Conversation (Au and NZ) – By Alexandra Whittaker, Senior Lecturer in Animal Welfare and Law, University of Adelaide Australia is a nation of animal lovers, so when animal abuse is reported in the media, the public are understandably horrified. And they are enraged when the punishment for the offence is seen to be […]Read More →
Source: New Zealand Government The first Police graduation for 2019 creates a new total of 1,101 frontline officers deployed around the country since the Coalition Government took office. Police Minister Stuart Nash today presented awards to the top recruits of Wing 322, whose Patron is the former Police Minister and current High Commissioner to Australia, […]Read More →
MIL-Evening Report: Viewpoints: should teaching students who fail a literacy and numeracy test be barred from teaching?
Source: The Conversation (Au and NZ) – By Lynn Sheridan, Senior Academic Professional Studies, University of Wollongong Starting this month, teaching students who fail or haven’t yet taken the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) will not be able to teach in Victorian schools. Previously, around one in 20 teachers who had […]Read More →