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Fine Dining at Victoria Prison

Inmates at a maximum security prison in Victoria are enjoying gourmet meals, according to a recent report by the Herald Sun. The report, based on information accessed under the freedom…

Insurers Will the Break Law If They Don’t Pay Flood Victims

Insurance companies that will not pay homeowners who have been hit by the flood will break their insurance contracts, thus breach the law, according to the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA).…

Australia’s Longest Bridge in New South Wales

Australia’s longest bridge will soon be built in Kempsey, New South Wales’ mid north coast town. According to recent statements, Abigroup will both build and design the above mentioned bridge…

Senate Considers Selling South Australian Forest Harvests

The senate will consider if South Australia could sell future timber from its state owned forests from the south-eastern region. According to Nick Xenophon, an independent Senator, the initial decision…

South Australian Premier Reshuffles Cabinet

South Australia’s Premier Mike Rann said that his government could be reinvigorated by a cabinet reshuffle, thus decided to bring in two new faces. The statement was made on Tuesday,…

West Australian Bushfire Victims to Be Assisted by Fed Government

The federal government will help bushfire victims from the Perth Hills, as West Australia’s government has already declared several cities as natural disaster zones, such as Canning, Armadale, Serpentine Jarrahdale,…

South Australian Government Faces Imminent Change As Ministers Quit

South Australia’s Premier Mike Raan will have to replace ministers who have decided to either quit the cabinet or renounce part of their portfolio. The current cabinet is in need…

Joint Cyclone Taskforce from the Australian Defence Force

In order to respond the Cyclone Yasi, the Australian Defence force has already formed a joint taskforce which will support authorities. The designated JTF664 is a joint taskforce will undertake…

Gillard Turns Attention Towards Yasi Cyclone

Prime Minister Julia Gillard said that she is receiving regular updates with regard to the threat that cyclone Yasi brings. Gillard said that she has already spoken with Anna Bligh,…

Flood Levy Non-negotiable, Gillard Says

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said that she will not negotiate with independents with regard to passing the flood levy through parliament. The prime minister’s announcement of the one-off levy…