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New huge ticket barriers to stop train fare evaders in Sydney Sydney train fare evaders will soon face a tall super-sized ticket barriers under a new crackdown. The jump proof barrier gates will replace the current barriers across Sydney train stations. It is believed that 8 per cent of railway passengers do not buy tickets costing tax payers $70 million of d

deal on $7 GP fee is expected to be made public this week unless government finds a solution A deal on $7 GP  fee is expected to be made  public this week. The Health minister Peter Dutton reportedly considering an alternative plan proposed by the AMA that will see pensioners and the elderly exempt from it. The government is unlikely to get the reforms through the Senate with Labor, the G

Wild weather continues in NSW Today Wild weather continues in some parts of NSW Today. Strong winds and heavy rain created havoc in the state Yesterday. It has lashed parts of NSW overnight as well.In the state’s  south 2 people were pulled from a car after it was submerged in floodwaters.Rescue workers had to use inflatable b

DFAT to confirm if any Australians on missing capsized boat in Indonesia The Department of Foreign Affairs is trying to confirm whether any Australians were on board of tourist boat which has capsized off Indonesia. The incident has occurred during a trip from Lombok Island to Komodo Island. One of the survivors acknowledged that the board had a hole in it.It is believed

Couple terrorised, doused with petrol in Brisbane home invasion Four armed men have terrorised a sleeping couple inside their home at Woolowin near Brisbane pouring petrol on them and threatening to set them alight before fleeing with a handful of valuables. According to Brisbane Times, 4 balaclava clad men armed with a machete and a knife forced their way into

No welfare payments for anyone assessed as a national security risk The federal government is cracking down on welfare payments for any Australians assessed as a national security risk. News Corp revealed Today that anyone deemed by intelligent agencies to be engaged in extremist activity will be immediately stripped of all welfare benefits under new laws. This move

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s phone hacked There are reports that suggest Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s phone was hacked while she was overseas leading tense negotiations about Australian authorities accessing the MH17 crash site. News Limited reports that Bishop’s phone was replaced by Australian authorities upon her return fr

WHO:Ebola crisis underestimated, over 1145 deaths in South Africa Ebola crisis is deepening and moving faster than authorities can handle.The World Health Organisation says the scale of the epidemic has been underestimated. It comes with calls for more to be done to face it. Meanwhile the World Food Programme  said on Friday that the UN is to fly in food aid for

Tostee faces court 8 days after New zealand woman plunged 14 storeys to her death from his surface paradise apartment Body builder Gable Tostee will face court Today at Gold coast charged with murder after his arrest at his parents house at Carrara. New Zealand tourist Tagpuno Wright 26 plunged  to her death of Tostee’s 13 th balcony of his Surface Paradise apartment last week. Defence lawyer Michael Purcell

Abbott will soon be able to fly around the world non stop Prime minister Toni Abbott will soon be able to fly worldwide non stop under a new government plan to bolster RAAF fleet.It has been revealed that 4 new aircrafts will be purchased including 2 Airbus tanker transport planes.One of the planes will be used to carry the Prime Minister and his team. The