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Todays Australian News

  • Ban the burka photo believed to be of Afghan policewoman

    Palmer United Party senator Jacqui Lambie is standing by her use of a photograph, believed to be of an Afghan policewoman killed by the Taliban, in a campaign to ban the wearing of the burka.

    Senator Lambie shared the image posted by far right British group Britain First on her Facebook page.

    The Facebook post shows a woman in a blue burka pointing a pistol overlaid with the words: "For security reasons it's now time to ban the burqa".

    The woman in the photograph is believed to be Afghanistan's first female policewoman Malalai Kakar, who the Taliban gunned down in her car in 2008.

  • Mum jailed for sending girls' naked photos to dance teacher

    A woman who sent sexually explicit photos and videos of her daughters to their dance teacher in order to further their careers has been jailed.

    The woman, who cannot be named, sent at least 100 photos and two videos of the girls to Grant Davies, who was the director of the RG Dance school at Chiswick in Sydney.

    Many of the photos showed the two girls, who were aged under 14 at the time, naked in their bedroom or bathroom.

    Judge Peter Zahra sentenced the woman to three years and six months' jail with a non-parole period of 18 months.

  • AFP used extraordinary powers to detain people without charge

    In the wake of the anti-terrorism raids in Sydney and Brisbane on Thursday, it has been revealed Australian Federal Police used preventative detention orders for the first time to detain people without charge.


Todays Australian News

  • Ban the burka photo believed to be of Afghan policewoman

    Palmer United Party senator Jacqui Lambie is standing by her use of a photograph, believed to be of an Afghan policewoman killed by the Taliban, in a campaign to ban the wearing of the burka.

    Senator Lambie shared the image posted by far right British group Britain First on her Facebook page.

    The Facebook post shows a woman in a blue burka pointing a pistol overlaid with the words: "For security reasons it's now time to ban the burqa".

    The woman in the photograph is believed to be Afghanistan's first female policewoman Malalai Kakar, who the Taliban gunned down in her car in 2008.

  • Mum jailed for sending girls' naked photos to dance teacher

    A woman who sent sexually explicit photos and videos of her daughters to their dance teacher in order to further their careers has been jailed.

    The woman, who cannot be named, sent at least 100 photos and two videos of the girls to Grant Davies, who was the director of the RG Dance school at Chiswick in Sydney.

    Many of the photos showed the two girls, who were aged under 14 at the time, naked in their bedroom or bathroom.

    Judge Peter Zahra sentenced the woman to three years and six months' jail with a non-parole period of 18 months.

  • AFP used extraordinary powers to detain people without charge

    In the wake of the anti-terrorism raids in Sydney and Brisbane on Thursday, it has been revealed Australian Federal Police used preventative detention orders for the first time to detain people without charge.

  • France carries out air strike on Islamic State militants

    French jets have carried out their first air strike against Islamic State militants in Iraq, successfully destroying their target.

  • Scots urged to put aside 'deep divisions' after independence vote fails

    Scots have rejected the chance to break away from the United Kingdom, with the No campaign winning the country's historic independence referendum.

    The poll, which saw more than 85 per cent of eligible voters cast ballots across the nation, became official just after 6:00am local time when Fife's voters declared for the Union.

    Scottish first minister Alex Salmond, the leader of the independence campaign, said he accepted the will of the people not to become an independent country "at this stage".

    The head of the No campaign, Labour's Alastair Darling, said the UK must now look to mend "deep divisions" brought about by the vote.

  • US man confesses to Bali suitcase murder, say police

    An American man has confessed to killing his girlfriend's mother at a luxury resort on the Indonesian island of Bali, while the girlfriend has admitted helping stuff the body into a suitcase, police say.

  • Sydney Swans beat North Melbourne by 71 points
    Sydney has swept into the AFL grand final with a 71-point win over North Melbourne at the Olympic stadium.
  • Roosters beat Cowboys 31-30 in NRL semi-final
    The Sydney Roosters have escaped with a 31-30 win against the North Queensland Cowboys in a thrilling NRL semi-final at the SFS.
  • Organic farmer faces $800,000 in court costs

    A West Australian organic farmer could face $800,000 in costs after losing a court case in which he alleged a neighbour contaminated his crops with GM canola.

  • Ebola workers, journalists found dead after attack

    Eight people who were part of a team sent to educate villagers in Guinea about Ebola have been found dead after they were attacked by angry villagers.

  • News anchor axed for president 'Eleven' gaffe

    An Indian television news anchor has been sacked after referring to Chinese president Xi Jinping as Eleven Jinping, apparently confusing his name for Roman numerals.

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