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Wild moment man rides e-scooter on West Gate Freeway

Stunning footage shows a helmet-less scooter rider weaving through peak-hour traffic on the West Gate Freeway. A man riding an e-scooter has been captured weaving through peak-hour traffic along the West Gate Freeway early on Monday. The stunning footage, first…

John Pesutto says an inquiry would give Victorians the answers they are owed by the Premier

The opposition’s push for an inquiry into Daniel Andrews’ China mission now hinges on the support of two MPs after being rejected by the Greens. The state Opposition remains hopeful it can establish a probe into Daniel Andrews’ four-day trip…

Truck driver dies after collision with train at Victorian level crossing

Truck driver dies – ِAustralia News A truck driver has died after his vehicle collided with a train at a level crossing in South Geelong. The truck and the Melbourne-bound V/Line train crashed at a level crossing near Barwon Terrace…

The Labor government imposes double fines for drivers on Easter and Anzac Day

The Labor government – Australia News NSW motorists face harsher penalties for traffic offences during Easter than interstate drivers, as most of the country rejects the doubling of demerit points during holiday periods. From April 6 to 10 during the…

Australia today adopts the issue of the child Shenouda in the media and presents it to the international community

The child Shenouda – the subject of the world’s conversation Written by Dr. Sam Nunn – Australia Today All Egyptians and some Arab communities in Australia know very well the story of the child Shenouda, who was snatched by the…

Doctor George Hatoum doing some charity fundraising and asks for new ideas

Doctor George Hatoum   Doctor George Hatoum started to do some charity fundraising sharing his love love of swimming by helping children with a disability get personalised swimming lessons at a Rainbow Club. Doctor George Hatoum asked poeple who are…

Australia urges China to behave ‘wisely’

Australia is doubling down on its call for China to scrap $20 billion worth of trade sanctions, urging it to act “wisely” in its diplomacy. Foreign Minister Penny Wong admitted only China could make the choice to remove the restrictions…

New population figures revealed by Australian Bureau of Statistics

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed the nation’s latest population figures and the state with the highest increase. Australia’s population grew by just 1.1 per cent during the year ending June 30, due in part to the Covid-19 pandemic,…

Australia vies with China for Pacific influence, signs new security deal

Australia has signed a new security deal with Oceania island country Vanuatu as part of an ongoing competition with China for influence in the Pacific. The new security pact covers humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, law enforcement, cyber security, defense, border…

Postcode war a ticket to prison as Sydney gang, others sentenced for fatal bashing

Alex Ioane was bashed to death in a brutal melee sparked by a postcode gang in Sydney’s south west – now the lawyer of one of the thugs has issued a blunt warning. The innocent Alex Ioane was bashed to…

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