AFIC: “Islamophobia in Australia

AFIC notes the release of the “Islamophobia in Australia - II (2016-2017)” Report by Charles Sturt University. The Report, which looked at incidents reported to the Islamophobia Registry during this period, noted

Bushfire threat spreads to Victoria as first Code Red declared since 2010

A Code Red fire danger day has been declared in Victoria for the first time in almost a decade, as emergency services warn people in parts of the state's north to consider evacuating their homes

Townsville shooting: Woman shot in the face over 'business debt'

A man is in custody, accused of shooting a woman in the face over a business debt at her Townsville home this morning

Westpac faces fines over 'serious and systemic' anti-money laundering breaches, AUSTRAC says

AUSTRAC has applied to the Federal Court for civil penalty orders against Westpac for deficient oversight of its anti-money laundering and terrorism financing obligations

South Australia prepares for bushfires ahead of catastrophic fire danger day

South Australia's Country Fire Service (CFS) has warned people in extreme and catastrophic fire danger areas to enact their bushfire survival plans today

Bodies of man and woman found in Brisbane's south

Police and emergency services are responding to a possible murder suicide in Brisbane's south

200-plus killed in Iran uprising ..Mrs. Rajavi calls on UN Secretary General to convene Security Council Session

More than 200 protesters have been killed during the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising. Thousands have been wounded. On November 17, 2019, the Revolutionary Guards said 1,000 had been arrested, though the actual number is much higher

Sydney's bushfire smoke haze leaves 60 people needing treatment from paramedics

The thick layer of bushfire smoke blanketing Sydney on Tuesday morning has largely moved on, but dozens of Sydneysiders required medical assistance from the haze

Man charged after Sydney building site stabbing

A man has been charged after a coworker was stabbed in the leg at a Sydney construction site this morning

Sydney street in lockdown after 'suspicious package' found

Police responding to reports of a suspicious package found in a Sydney street have now deemed the situation safe

Islamophobic abuse mostly directed at women wearing headscarves while shopping, study finds

The report analysed hundreds of alleged incidents of Islamophobia
.In only 10 cases was it reported that a bystander

Sydney man charged with high-range drink driving after 'speeding past police'

A man has been charged with high-range drink-driving after allegedly speeding past police yesterday morning

Man found stabbed to death in Sydney home

Detectives are investigating after a man was found dead with a stab wound to his chest in western Sydney.

Mascot stabbing: Man suffers multiple stab wounds at construction site

A man has been taken to hospital after suffering multiple stab wounds at a Sydney construction site

Sunshine Coast hail storm declared 'catastrophe' as Insurance Council estimates $40 million in damage

The Insurance Council of Australia has declared yesterday's hail storm on the Sunshine Coast a "catastrophe" after receiving more than 5,000 claims and a damage bill reaching $40 million

Third patient dies this year after ramping outside of Adelaide hospital

Another patient has died after being ramped outside Adelaide's Flinders Medical Centre for more than an hour

General James Jones meets Mrs. Rajavi, visits Ashraf 3

General James Jones, the first National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama and the former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, visited Ashraf-3, in Albania, home to the members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)

Deathof 8 Iran Protesters in Behbahan, Sirjan, Karaj, Shiraz, Khorramshahr, Marivan

Death of 8 Iran Protesters in Behbahan, Sirjan, Karaj, Shiraz, Khorramshahr, Marivan

PMOI/MEK Message to Armed Forces patriotic personnel and warning to IRGC

Severe storms across Queensland could ignite more bushfires, Bureau of Meteorology warns

Storms forecast for large areas of Queensland today may do more harm than good as firefighters enter their second week of the bushfire crisis

IRAN: Protests against gasoline price hikes – No. 2 Protests spread to Iranian cities against gasoline

Protests erupted in Ahvaz and many other cities in Khuzestan Province. The State Security Force attacked the protesting residents and broke the windshields of their vehicles