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Murdoch’s star Peta Credlin forced to apologise

Sky News host Peta Credlin has issued a lengthy on-air apology to Victoria’s South Sudanese community after anger about a program in which she falsely blamed them for a Melbourne COVID-19 outbreak last year The former government advisor issued the four-minute apology last Friday night, describing her previous comments as “factually wrong,” error-strewn and apologising for the hurt and offence

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No show at Federation Concert Hall

Subscribers and members of the public are at Federation Concert Hall tonight to see a concert. According to subscribers over 100 people are waiting at the venue to an empty hall after realising they have been scammed. TVN is investigating and comment has been sought from Top End Shows Pty Ltd, INTIX, Tasmania Police and Consumer, Building and Occupational Services

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New DNA technology for AFP

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) are utilising a new technology that opens a new world of forensic DNA testing for criminal investigation. The new technology known as Massively Parallel Sequencing (MPS) can provide predictions for visual traits of criminals from the DNA they leave at a crime scene allowing investigators to predict gender, biogeographical ancestry, eye colour and, in coming

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SMH Exclusive report: The website said it all. “Dr Lanzer has retired. He is no longer a medical practitioner.”

Those few words set the industry alight. Just over a month after a joint investigation by The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and Four Corners revealed a series of disturbing allegations about the Lanzer clinics that triggered an immediate investigation by the national and state regulators, celebrity cosmetic surgeon Dr Daniel Lanzer surrendered his medical registration to the national regulator

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The Australian Federal Police-led National Anti-Gangs Squad (NAGS) seized more illicit drugs, more cash and almost twice as many firearms from outlaw motorcycle gangs in 2020-2021 than in the previous financial year.

More than $3.6 million of suspected proceeds of crime was seized, up from $1.56 million in 2019-2020, while the number of charges laid against alleged gang members and associates jumped by 35 per cent to 231 charges. Ninety-nine firearms were taken out of the hands of alleged gang members and associates by NAGS investigators – almost double the 51 weapons

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Gaol for sexual abuse of children

A Sydney man, 64, who travelled to the Philippines to sexually abuse children has been sentenced to eight years and 10 months’ imprisonment for producing child abuse material and charges associated with child sex tourism. The man was sentenced in the Sydney Downing Centre on Friday, 3 December, 2021, and will serve a non-parole period of six years. The AFP

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Staff confused

Federal Group introduces mandatory jabs for some employees following Government directive Federal Group have this afternoon advised staff that those who work in their pubs, bars, casino’s and anywhere else customers are standing to drink need to be fully vaccinated by the 15th. Casino staff confused Subscribers working at Wrest Point told TVN that they were told all staff at

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Adoption in Australia has dropped to its lowest level in three decades

Adoption in Australia has dropped to its lowest level in three decades as services say pandemic family court delays and border closures have resulted in a backlog of cases amid a general downward trend. There were 264 adoptions finalised in Australia in 2020–21, the fewest since national reporting began in 1990–91. Adoptions from overseas in 2019-20 and 2020-21 were the

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Record $153 million in penalties ordered against training college AIPE

The Federal Court has ordered $153 million in penalties against Australian Institute of Professional Education Pty Ltd (in liquidation) (AIPE). The Court had previously declared that AIPE had engaged in a system of unconscionable conduct, as well misleading or deceptive conduct, when enrolling consumers into online diploma courses between May 2013 and December 2015 under the former VET FEE-HELP loan

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