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2015/07/02 23:17
2015/07/02 23:17
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THE police service was very much a man's world when Dell Fisher joined up in 1973. Female officers were not only in the minority, they were expected to do menial tasks considered unsuitable for...
2015/07/02 23:17
2015/07/02 23:17
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2015/06/26 21:19
2015/06/26 21:19
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Greater Manchester’s interim mayor has taken up his new role - and has vowed to be a ‘loud and clear voice’ for people in our region. Tony Lloyd, the current police and crime commissioner, was sworn...
2015/06/26 11:13
2015/06/26 11:13
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Last updated at 11:28, Friday, 26 June 2015 REVELLERS are being urged to be sensible as a nightclub prepares to offer punters free alcohol. Club M in Barrow is tomorrow set to tempt in customers...
2015/06/26 07:23
2015/06/26 07:23
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QUEENSLAND Police Commissioner Ian Stewart says that with enough community engagement and awareness, domestic violence can become a scourge of the past. Addressing the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce...
2015/06/26 00:05
2015/06/26 00:05
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The desperate search for a lost police handgun is approaching its third day. The loaded semi-automatic Glock pistol was dislodged from a male officer's belt during a foot chase at Woodridge, south of...
2015/06/25 23:23
2015/06/25 23:23
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POLICE Minister Jo-Ann Miller and Commissioner Ian Stewart have today launched Operation Cold Snap to target bad driver behaviour during the winter school holidays. Ms Miller said this year's...
2015/06/25 22:57
2015/06/25 22:57
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HUNDREDS of Darling Downs motorists continue a dangerous dance with death because they can't go without a glimpse of their mobile phones. Police have fined 415 people with mobile phone usage offences...
2015/06/25 04:05
2015/06/25 04:05
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Queensland's Police Commissioner has highlighted the concerns over terrorism by revealing he's being briefed almost every day about threats amid a heightened national alert level. Police Commissioner...
2015/06/25 04:05
2015/06/25 04:05
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Queensland's Police Commissioner has said a lost police firearm could have 'deadly' consequences unless it's handed in. Commissioner Ian Stewart believes it's likely someone has picked up the loaded...
2015/06/23 23:53
2015/06/23 23:53
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Published at 15:39, Wednesday, 06 February 2008 NADINE, daughter of Jane and Anthony Adair of Cleator and Adam, son of Sandra and Les Walker of Frizington, were married at St Mary's Church, Cleator,...
2015/06/22 05:24
2015/06/22 05:24
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THE PROMISED police rapid action and patrol hub (RAP) for Ipswich is in limbo. Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller said in parliament the establishment of such a hub was "an operational matter" and a...
2015/06/19 12:59
2015/06/19 12:59
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AUSTRALIAN intelligence agencies are investigating heightened levels of disturbing jihadi chatter online – with the terror threat so grave that it keeps Queensland’s police chief awake at...
2015/06/18 22:00
2015/06/18 22:00
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HOW important is it to remain constantly in touch? Enough to risk your life while behind the wheel? Too many drivers - including our reporter - learn too late that it’s critical to leave that phone...
2015/06/18 14:19
2015/06/18 14:19
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Plans for the first phase of development at Middlewood Locks have been unveiled. They include the building of 550 homes, 29,000 sq ft of commercial space, as well as canal side footpaths and cycle...
2015/06/18 07:38
2015/06/18 07:38
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JO-ANN Miller has been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing over a phone call that led to calls for her resignation. The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) on Thursday said it would not investigate...
2015/06/17 19:24
2015/06/17 19:24
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Drug users and loud partiers descend each night on a trio of North Surrey rental homes. In the evening, yelling and fights are commonplace, with people shacking up in gazebos, constructing makeshift...
2015/06/17 08:26
2015/06/17 08:26
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Senior Queensland fraud squad investigators step aside within days of each other Queensland's fraud squad is set for a shake-up with the state's two most senior fraud investigators stepping aside...
2015/06/16 10:13
2015/06/16 10:13
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A widely-expected slip into deflation occurred for the first time in 55 years in April, when prices fell by 0.1% on the back of lower transport costs. But the Office for National Statistics said the...
2015/06/16 09:19
2015/06/16 09:19
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A road bridge closed for key repairs has opened to traffic after seven months. Broughton Road bridge in Salford was rebuilt by Network Rail as part of a huge investment to improve the railway in the...
2015/06/16 07:00
2015/06/16 07:00
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A. It’s when the almost sacred-seeming rules of today’s games get compared to those of yesteryear. Take, for instance, the games of the late 1800s: No. 1 — During the period from 1845-1857, the...
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