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Special forces on the ground in Northern Iraq to protect Australian team delivering arms Australian special forces troops will briefly be on the ground in the northern Iraq in the next few days in a bid to protect teams delivering arms and munitions to Kurdish forces  fighting ISIS militants according to sources. Prime Minister Tony Abbott refused to rule out further military action. T

Australia will fly military equipment into Northern Iraq Australia will fly military equipment into Northern Iraq in a multi national effort to fight terror group ISIS it has been revealed Today. Australia has only so far played a humanitarian role in Iraq by dropping food parcels to stranded people fleeing from ISIS militants in Mount Sinjar in the North

3 protesters arrested outside a liberal fundraiser At least 3 people have been charged with assaulting police after a protest outside a liberal fundraiser in the Melbourne CBD. According to sources, around 50 demonstrators attempted to enter the function centre at the Regent Theatre Plaza to show their position against the East West link . It is bel

Sydney bus driver caught on CCTV smoking drugs A Sydney bus driver who smashed into a home while smoking synthetic cannabis behind wheel was captured on CCTV. 57 year old shawn Murphy passed out after inhaling drug pipe causing his vehicle to lose control and hit a house in Glenmore Park. According to source he was also driving under the influen

2 would-be-jihadist arrested at airports, Binskin: ISIL is not undefeatatable Chief of Australia’s Defence Force has spoken overnight saying that problems are”bigger than Iraq” and that ISIL is not undefeatable.. Air chief Marshal Mark Binskin said Iraq should be given military strength to defeat the Islamic militants. The comments come amongst growing specu

Sydneysiders beware:More rain for NSW Today large parts of NSW will expect more wild weather Today after a wet night with heavy rain on the way and severe warning for many parts in the north coast SES responded to more than 126 phone calls in 24 hours as flash flooding slashed the North coast. Sydney has  recorded its wettest August in [&hel

$13 million dollars to fight homegrown terrorism,deter Australians from joining overseas militants groups The Australian government has allocated $13 million dollars aimed to fight homegrown terrorism and deter young muslims from joining overseas terror militant groups. The money will be used on educational and employment programs aimed at young muslims at risk of becoming radical jihadists. It is expec

California earthquake, 120 injured Several aftershocks have been recorded in North California following a destructive magnitude 6 earthquake in the Napa Valley. It is believed at least 120 people have been injured, three of them critical including a young boy. The quake caused several fires and cut power to thousands and damaged buil

Several protesters injured after a rally against Abbott’s appearance at Adelaide university Many people have been injured after protesters gathered the university of Adelaide in South Australia last night while the Prime Minister Tony Abbott was delivering a speech. Police officers were called to control the crowd as they rallied against the government’s university fee changes announ

Obama condemns execution of reporter, promises to step up the fight towards ISIS The U.S. President Barack Obama condemned the beheading of the American journalist James Foley by Islamic State militants ISIS. In a media conference the American President promised to be vigilant in he fight of the terrorist group ISIS and step up the fight towards ISIS. Meanwhile international con