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Gallipoli protest sparks security overhaul A PROTEST that interrupted the Gallipoli dawn service last year has sparked an overhaul of security operations on the peninsula that should make the 2015 centenary commemorations much safer. Veterans’ Affairs Minister Michael Ronaldson says Australian and New Zealand authorities learned from t

A teenage girl arrested, found carrying loaded pistol in her vagina A TEENAGE girl arrested by police was found to be carrying a loaded pistol in the last place anyone would think to look… her vagina. The discovery was reportedly made after 19-year-old Dallas Archer was booked into Kingsport jail in Tennessee on Monday on charges of driving with a suspended licens

16 year old’s body found at Wentworth Falls The authorities at Blue Mountains found the body of a 16 year old who went  missing while swimming in the Wentworth falls at the Blue Mountains. Police were told the boy was swimming in the lake about 5:00 pm on Wednesday night when he started to struggle then disappeared under the water. A search

New debris spotted: is it MH370? Australian authorities started analysing debris washed up on a West Australian beach, 10 km east of Augusta, about 320 km south of Perth to determine if it is from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 45 days after it disappeared. According to sources, the items are being held by Busselton police,

No President in the first round of election in Lebanon   The Lebanese Parliament failed to elect a new president in its first round Today.The first round ended with 48 votes in favour of Lebanese Forces Leader Samir Geagea, 16 in favour of Henry Helou and 52 blank votes. In the first round 7 voting papers were cancelled because some mentioned marty

One candidate for 14 March coalition:Samir Geagea The 14 March coalition will have only one candidate for the presidential election, the Lebanese forces leader Samir geagea. This came in a statement Yesterday after a special meeting. And before to this announcement MP Strida Geagea, from the Lebanese Forces, said 14 of March will have one only can

Joumblatt nominates Henry Helou for the presidency     Head of the Progressive Socialist Party  leader MP Walid Joumblatt nominated Henry Helou, a lawmaker from his own bloc, for the presidency Yesterday. “Today’s meeting of the National Front bloc  aims at nominating Henry Helou for the presidential election which starts tomorro

A seven year old assaulted while shopping with mum in Victoria The worst nightmare is to go shopping and get to face this scenario. A man approached the 7 old girl a number of times as she walked around a supermarket on Easter Monday, and assaulted her, police say. The girl was with her mother and a younger sibling at the supermarket in the Victorian-NSW border

Not easy to be Australian-Lebanese I have been asking myself this question often enough and it took long before I came out with the answers. Actually, I haven’t fully gotten over this question yet and I am sure many of us who are bicultural feel the same way. As a ‘person in two cultures’ you actually want more than

Duke William and Duchess Kate to Uluru Today? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to visit Uluru, one of Australia’s most ancient sites,Today. The pair will tour the popular sacred site. The visit will be only their second night away from their son, who turns nine months on Tuesday, during their 19-day tour of Australia and New Zeal