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Protecting Australia from terrorist organizations Peter Khalil

Hamas and NSO listed as terrorist organizations in Australia

Intelligence and Security Committee endorses criminal listing of eight terrorist organizations The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has supported the listing of Hamas and the National Socialist Order (NSO) and the re-listing of Abu Sayyaf Group, al-Qa’ida, al-Qa’ida in the Lands of the Islamic Maghreb, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, Hurras al-Din

OPTUS hack - Put customer first

OPTUS hack – Why Albo must ensure OPTUS foots the bill in full

Australia is losing its culture of putting the customer first. Back in the 1960s and 1970s, and leading up to 1990s, before the ill-informed got their ways with the state and federal governments of pushing their corporate agendas through the very smartly coined slogan of ‘small government’ pushing for privatisation,

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It’s time for an Australian Republic, says Australian Republic Movement

Today the Australian Republic Movement announced the resumption of its campaign following the conclusion of the mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II. Just as King Charles III has not delayed for a moment in resuming his duties, we submit that Australia should not delay the discussion about its future under

Cyber-Attack - OPTUS

Optus Cyber-attack – Are you an OPTUS customer?

Here is what you should do After the cyber-attack, Optus has referred the mass data breach to the Australian Federal Police for investigation after personal details of 9.8 million customers were stolen by hackers. “The AFP will work with Optus to obtain the crucial information and evidence needed to conduct

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No vulgar songs dances at Dussehra in TN 2022

Madras High Court prohibits vulgar songs, dances at Dussehra celebrations

With the commercialization of festivities sliding into the degeneration more and more with time, some people are approaching legal authorities to save their religious and cultural beliefs and traditions. Such is a case of B. Ramkumar Adityan who approached the Madurai bench of Madras High Court to seek prohibition orders

Gyanvapi compound Varanasi

Gyanvapi-Kashi Vishwanath decision in favour of Hindus petitioners

The Varanasi District Court on 13 September delivered its verdict in the long-awaited Gyanvapi-Kashi Vishwanath case wherein Hindus had filed a petition seeking worship rights inside the Gyanvapi compound where the World-famous Kashi Vishwanath temple and Gyanvapi Mosque are situated. The petition was opposed by the Management Committee of the

Bombay High Court

Bombay High Court reduces rapist’s sentence because mentally retarded victim was aware of consequences

When it comes to judicial decisions, you cannot get a more strange and inexplicable decision than this case. In this case, the Bombay High Court, decided to reduce the life imprisonment (for the remainder of his life) of a rapist to 10 years. The court based its decision on the

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Hamas and NSO listed as terrorist organizations in Australia

Intelligence and Security Committee endorses criminal listing of eight terrorist organizations The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has supported the listing of Hamas and the National Socialist Order (NSO) and the re-listing of Abu Sayyaf Group, al-Qa’ida, al-Qa’ida in the Lands of the Islamic Maghreb, Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, Hurras al-Din

OPTUS hack - Put customer first

OPTUS hack – Why Albo must ensure OPTUS foots the bill in full

Australia is losing its culture of putting the customer first. Back in the 1960s and 1970s, and leading up to 1990s, before the ill-informed got their ways with the state and federal governments of pushing their corporate agendas through the very smartly coined slogan of ‘small government’ pushing for privatisation,

Republic - BT illustration 10 dollar note

It’s time for an Australian Republic, says Australian Republic Movement

Today the Australian Republic Movement announced the resumption of its campaign following the conclusion of the mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II. Just as King Charles III has not delayed for a moment in resuming his duties, we submit that Australia should not delay the discussion about its future under

University of Melbourne signs MoU with University of Madras

University of Melbourne expands and deepens relationships in India

A large delegation from the University of Melbourne has completed a tour of cities and institutions across India, the second visit to the country in 2022. Led by Deputy Vice-Chancellor International, Professor Michael Wesley, the delegation featured representatives from almost every University faculty to build on relationships formed during the

Australian Politics

Victoria’s Sick Pay Guarantee Program to help casual and contract workers

Victorians who work in casual or other insecure jobs will no longer be forced to choose between a day’s pay and looking after their health, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Victorian Sick Pay Guarantee. An Australian-first, the $245.6 million scheme will transform casual and contract work in Victoria by providing

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Peter Dutton, Jason Wood meet Victorian multicultural communities

Over a morning tea meet, Jason Wood, the federal Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs hosted his leader Peter Dutton, the federal Opposition leader to meet with the Victorian multicultural leaders in Melbourne on Tuesday August 30.   Both Mr Dutton and Mr Wood spoke at the event and then spoke

College of Law and Justice - University for Crime Prevention

Australian First University Course in Crime Prevention

A new Graduate Certificate in Crime Prevention will be one of the first qualifications of its kind to be offered in Australia, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government. Designed by Victoria University in partnership with the Department of Justice and Community Safety, the four-unit course will see students

Natalie Hutchins at EduTECH web

Opening EduTECH, Minister Hutchins announces Vocational Pathways for teachers

Victorian teachers will be supported to retrain as vocational specialists, and those working in in-demand trades can upskill to become teachers, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s huge boost to applied learning. Minister for Education Natalie Hutchins attended the opening of the EduTECH conference to announce an investment of $24.6 million

Sport

WBBL

Decision Review System introduced, Playing Conditions amended for Weber WBBL08 and KFC BBL12

Decision Review System (DRS) technology will be introduced into the KFC Big Bash League and Weber Women’s Big Bash League for the first time this season. Amendments to Playing Conditions for both competitions have been finalised, with the popular Power Surge innovation to be implemented in Weber WBBL|08. KFC BBL|12

Arshdeep Singh Cricketer

Arshdeep Singh unfairly targeted after dropping the catch

Indian fast bowler Arshdeep Singh has been unfairly targeted for dropping the catch albeit in a crucial game, and against Pakistan. All cricketers, both big and small have dropped catches in important games. Arshdeep is no exception and thus should not be at the receiving end. But the trolls had

ICC T20 2022 Australia Squad announced

Australian squad for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup announced

The National Selection Panel (NSP) has named the below Australian (men’s) squad for the Qantas Tour of India and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. The side will travel to India for three T20 Internationals in September before returning home to play the West Indies, England and India

ICC okays five Test Border-Gavaskar series, now at par with the Ashes

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has today confirmed the men’s Future Tours Program (FTP). The new men’s FTP begins in April 2023 and concludes in March 2027. The announcement follows yesterday’s confirmation of the women’s FTP schedule. Australian Men’s and Women’s full FTP schedule (click to view) Highlights include:  Increase


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