Category Archive: News

Feb 01 2018

1,200 Australian Visa Holders Deported from Australia

Almost 1,200 foreign-born criminals were deported from Australia in 2017

Nearly 1,200 criminals holding Australian Visa’s were deported from Australia in 2017 on character grounds.

Peter Dutton the Minister for Home Affairs said: …

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Jan 24 2018

Have You Won a $1,000 Coles Giftcard

Text Message to Say: You have Won $1,000 Coles Giftcard.

Have you received a Text Message saying you have won $1,000 as part of “our customer of the month” program, seemingly from Coles?

This appears to be a scam designed to get your personal details.

“Scammers use fake gift card promotions to trick consumers into handing over their personal information such as banking details or passwords, which are later used to steal your money or your identity, or to on-sell to other scammers.”

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Dec 20 2017

Bitcoin, is it Worth it?

Is Bitcoin a Valuable Investment

Bitcoin is “as good as useless” and has no future as a tradeable currency says Emil Oldenburg, the co-founder and CTO of bitcoin.com, one of the world’s largest bitcoin websites.
Oldenburg has sold his bitcoins and believes others will do the same when they realize how illiquid the market is.

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Dec 04 2017

Malcolm Turnbull still preferred Liberal Party leader

Fairfax-Ipsos poll found Malcolm Turnbull still preferred Liberal Party leader

The final Fairfax-Ipsos poll for 2017 has found that 35 per cent of Coalition voters backed Mr Turnbull as preferred Liberal leader compared to 29 per cent backing Ms Bishop.

Nov 15 2017

The Real Cost of Water Rate rises in Lockey Valley, in 2017

The Real Cost of Water Rate rises in Lockey Valley, in 2017.

The Council part of the price of Water in Locker Valley has almost doubled, from 27 cents per kL to 48.2 cents per kL. (A rise of 85.38%)

But in real terms, a usage of 22kL in the quarter would mean a rise of 2.44%, the total bill rising from $262.17 to $268.57.
And a usage of 35kL in the quarter would mean a rise of 3.88%, the total bill would rise from $301.27 to $311.46.

Nov 15 2017

Same Sex Marriage Result and Reason Indications

Top 5 Yes and NO Same Sex Vote Electorates

No Voters: Average of 44.8% speak English only and 61.7% are married. 11.7% have no religion and 14.6% are Islam/Muslim.
Yes Voters: Average of 80.2% speak English only and 40.9% are married. 36.4% have no religion and 1.9% are Islam/Muslim.

Aug 24 2017

Registered Relationships in South Australia

South Australian Couples, of either Sex, can Register a Relationship in their State

Couples can now register their relationship with Births, Deaths and Marriages (BDM) if at least one person in the relationship lives in South Australia. Couples may apply irrespective of their sex or gender identity.

Aug 24 2017

Dual Citizenship Political Crisis: Court Delays Hearing to October 2017

Court Hearing on the Dual Citizenship Political Crisis Deferred to October 2017

The hearing at Brisbane court in the Dual Citizenship cases for various Australian Politicians has been deferred to be heard in Canberra on October 10-12 2017.

Aug 22 2017

Avoid downloading Movies in Australia, Penalties might apply

Penalties to be Applied to Australians downloading movies illegally from the Internet

News reports are showing the severity of penalties for illegal downloads in the future.
GAME of Thrones fans illegally streaming their favourite fantasy drama could face up to ten years in prison under new laws.
IF YOU live in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne or Sydney, your IP-addresses might have been flagged as one of the 1.77 million people who downloaded Game of Thrones.

Aug 16 2017

Labor MP’s who may be Dual Citizens

A few Labor Members of Parliament are being questioned over Possible Dual Citizenship problems.

The problems with Australian Members of Parliament, unknowingly or knowingly, holding dual citizenship is being delved into further with more possible MP’s being questioned about their current status.
The latest four to be asked about this are: Tony Zappia, born in Italy, with Italian Citizenship, Maria Vamvakinou born in Greece with Greek Citizenship, Justine Keay, born in Australia but with a British father and Susan Lamb, born in Australia but with British father.

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