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2014/09/20 22:50
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Alllem's parents, Dina and Ali Halkic. Photo: Ken Irwin HIS name was Allem Halkic and he was 17. When he made the decision to end his life at dawn last February, threatening text messages from a...
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2014/09/20 02:34
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IN the dark netherworld where terrorists and their acolytes dwell, Mohammad Ali Baryalei is regarded as a ringmaster. From Afghan aristocracy to preaching on the streets of Sydney, Baryalei, at just...
2014/09/19 22:18
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Jailed terror cell leader Abdul Nacer Benbrika. EXCLUSIVE ASIO has seized the passports of several of the Melbourne relatives and associates of jailed terror cell leader Abdul Nacer Benbrika as it...
2014/09/19 21:17
2014/09/19 21:17
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Ali Baryalei, an Afghani aristocrat who became the Islamic State’s top recruiter of evil IN the dark netherworld where terrorists and their acolytes dwell, Mohammad Ali Baryalei is regarded as a...
2014/09/19 13:05
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A man has been charged over a serious assault on a lawyer working for the trade union royal commission in Melbourne. The 50-year-old woman was walking through a Fitzroy car park at 10pm (AEST) on...
2014/09/19 11:50
2014/09/19 11:50
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Motorists have been using social media sites and online classifieds to offer money in exchange for demerit points, police say. In many cases people posted offers to exchange infringement notices and...
2014/09/19 06:29
2014/09/19 06:29
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THIS year’s Hells Angels Grand Final day barbecue is shaping as a rather tame affair, with police successfully seizing booze and shutting down the club’s bar at its Campbellfield headquarters. Former...
2014/09/19 04:36
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AN ASSOCIATE of slain gangland patriarch Lewis Moran is facing jail after being caught driving without a licence while serving a suspended sentence. But lawyers for the man say sending him to jail...
2014/09/19 04:21
2014/09/19 04:21
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The president of a fledgling Hells Angels chapter in Melbourne once took over a factory and turned it into a makeshift "party house" in a failed extortion attempt, a court has heard. The president of...
2014/09/19 03:05
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A former Christian Brother charged with child sex offences faces eight extra charges, a Victorian court has heard. The fresh charges were issued after four more people came forward to make complaints...
2014/09/18 09:29
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When Ross Moresi had two surfboards stolen on Tuesday, he didn’t hold much hope for getting them back. “I didn’t think there was much chance and the police said there wasn’t” he said. But the 25...
2014/09/18 09:27
2014/09/18 09:27
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A Melbourne surfer who tracked down the name of the man who sold his stolen surfboards has run into him at a police station when reporting the crime. On-street parking spots on Punt Road would be...
2014/09/18 07:29
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TWO Thai men accused of murdering good Samaritan Luke Mitchell outside a Brunswick convenience store have been committed to stand trial. Mr Mitchell, 29, was repeatedly stabbed and kicked outside a...
2014/09/18 06:29
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A TEEN driver involved in a near-fatal crash that left Danica Pringle fighting for life had smoked up to six bongs before the horror accident. Adam West, 18, smoked the bongs of marijuana with...
2014/09/18 04:33
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A magistrate has compared the case of a man accused of producing fake Brett Whiteley paintings with the Orson Welles film F for Fake. The film, which Welles directed, co-wrote and starred in,...
2014/09/18 01:49
2014/09/18 01:49
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How do you catch a thief? If you're one Melbourne surfer, sometimes you can drop in on the culprit yourself — at a police station. How do you catch a thief? If you're one Melbourne surfer, sometimes...
2014/09/17 08:12
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AN ITEM police believe is linked to a Melbourne murder was seized from a Ballarat woman's home last week. Police searched the Ballarat North home on Thursday and found an item they say is linked to...
2014/09/17 06:19
2014/09/17 06:19
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A man illegally imported thousands of knuckle dusters, tasers and extendable batons into Australia and later offered to sell some to undercover police, court documents show. A man illegally imported...
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2014/09/17 04:20
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The wife of a professional poker player charged over a $100 million fraud case is likely to face the same committal hearing as her husband because their alleged offending was similar in nature, a...
2014/09/16 23:50
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ABS worker Christopher Hill. Photo: Joe Armao A former NAB banker and an Australian Bureau of Statistics worker have pleaded guilty to conspiring in one of the biggest insider trading cases in...
2014/09/20 22:50
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