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Feds censure local police, yet give lethal weapons
22-09-2014 by Other - Leave a Comment

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement allows even departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and get lethal weaponry.  
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French criminal arranges own funeral
22-09-2014 by Sky News - Leave a Comment

A French criminal has come up with a cunning plan to escape the long arm of the law by announcing his own funeral, which both the police and his unsuspecting granny attended.   
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Ned Kelly's boyhood home sold in Vic
22-09-2014 by Sky News - Leave a Comment

The property, at Beveridge about 60km north of Melbourne, includes a run-down weatherboard cottage that was built by Kelly's father and where the Kelly family lived from 1859 to 1864.  
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Cable girl scandal could cost $80 million
22-09-2014 by Herald sun - Leave a Comment

THE “cable girl” scandal that has left time bombs in 40,000 Australian homes and businesses will cost at least $80 million to fix.   
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Johnston blamed for general's resignation
22-09-2014 by Sky News - Leave a Comment

A retired army general has pulled the plug on advising Defence Minister David Johnston on the new Defence white paper, after only three weeks.Jim Molan hinted on Sunday that Senator Johnston was the reason for his sudden resignation.  
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Bendigo singer John Lingard plays original songs for Bendigo audience
22-09-2014 by Other - Leave a Comment

He said it was difficult to know what songs to play because of the mix of people who attended - some audience members only knew him from The Voice, others knew his music before the show and others were close family and friends  
Arts & Entertainment | CP NEWS >
'Australia to lead way hunting tax cheats'
20-09-2014 by Sky News - Leave a Comment

The federal treasurer is co-hosting with Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting in Cairns where global tax reform is high on the agenda.

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Fake ATM gives out free cash
20-09-2014 by NineMSN - Leave a Comment

A number of lucky English folk were fist pumping the air in joy after an apparent ATM error gave them more money than they requested and didn't deduct it from their accounts.  
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Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews to allow female members after 85 per cent voting in favour
19-09-2014 by ABC News - Leave a Comment

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews on Friday morning (AEST) voted to allow women members for the first time in its 260-year history.  
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Drunk, rude, speeding diplomats maintain privacy
19-09-2014 by SMH - Leave a Comment

Federal police were so concerned by the conduct of a handful of diplomats in Canberra they asked the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to formally counsel the relevant ambassadors.  
Law, Crime & Justice | CP NEWS >
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