Man eating a kebab in park fined $1000
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Man eating a kebab in park fined $1000

The man, 21, was fined on Wednesday after he’d allegedly unsuccessful to approve with dual prior warnings from police, to do with new amicable enmity measures. After giving…

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Beach-goer headbutts and spits on cop
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Beach-goer headbutts and spits on cop

The male has been charged after allegedly assaulting a officer during a occurrence during Maroubra beach about 11.20am yesterday. The beach has been sealed by Randwick City Council…

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Corruption Ring Disrupted
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Corruption Ring Disrupted

“When Rallo donated with the clear understanding that he would receive county funds in return, that’s where it crossed the line into public corruption,” said Special Agent Andrew…

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Assault charges after Woolies brawl
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Assault charges after Woolies brawl

Footage from inside a supermarket shows vast a groups of business yelling as a m�lange breaks out during a Woolworths during Bass Hill. Staff members and business seem…

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Boys knew William’s torpedo inquisition told
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Boys knew William’s torpedo inquisition told

Jeffrey, not his genuine name, identified a male before divulgence he and his hermit had seen a container a male had William in, a lady told a inquisition…

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FBI Top Ten List Turns 70
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FBI Top Ten List Turns 70

Over the past two decades, the Top Ten list has focused on the most violent of fugitives sought for homicides, armed robberies, gang activities, and mass shootings.  In…

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How cops know you’re regulating cocaine
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How cops know you’re regulating cocaine

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission commentary exhibit Sydney stays a personality in a nation’s heroin usage. “Cocaine expenditure in Australia stays mostly centred in New South Wales, quite…

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$2m prerogative to find suspected killer
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$2m prerogative to find suspected killer

Up to $2 million is now on offer for someone who can offer new information that leads to a self-assurance of those obliged for Scott Johnson’s death. The…

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Man uses fishing rod to take necklace
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Man uses fishing rod to take necklace

The male spent scarcely 3 hours manoeuvring a rod around before he managed to fish a necklace out by a tiny hole in a window. A orator for…

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One tonne of MDMA found in ‘tubs of glue’
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One tonne of MDMA found in ‘tubs of glue’

If pulpy into tablets, a powder could have constructed some-more than 3 million tablets of a “destructive drug” also famous as ecstasy, Australian Federal Police (AFP) behaving partner…

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