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Woman who stabbed cousin pleads guilty to manslaughter
A woman who fatally stabbed her cousin after an argument has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Lisa Marie Clark, 40, made the guilty plea on Tuesday in Melbourne Magistrates Court after her defence team had made prosecutors a plea offer a day earlier. A charge of murder was subsequently withdrawn. Clark stabbed Rodney Leo Clark once in the chest with a kitchen knife at the front door of her Ringwood home on the night of June 14 last year. Mr Clark had moments before being led out of the house after ...
The Age 14/01/2015     no charge     170 words

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Men held after two Israelis stabbed
JERUSALEM: Three Arab men have been arrested on suspicion of stabbing two Israeli Jews in the Old City, an Israeli police spokesman said, extending a spate of violence that has roiled Jerusalem for a month.
Newcastle Herald 26/11/2014     no charge     229 words

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Stabbed in chest
A man is in a serious condition in hospital with a stab wound to his chest after a fight in Sydney's West.
Illawarra Mercury 24/11/2014     no charge     81 words

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Man stabbed in front yard
Man stabbed in front yard man who was attacked while taking out his rubbish in Melbourne's north thought he had been punched by a stranger  until he noticed a knife sticking out of him.
The Age 15/11/2014     no charge     141 words

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Stabbed teenagers in hospital
Two teenagers stabbed in Sydney's west are in hospital with serious injuries as police hunt for a person linked to the attacks. The two 14-year old boys were stabbed at about 3pm on Monday at a home on Whitney St in Prospect, near Blacktown, after a fight between a number of youths. One of the boys was stabbed in the chest and the other in the neck. Both are in Westmead Hospital in a serious condition. A police spokesman said officers were looking for a person. No arrests have been made and ...
Sydney Morning Herald 21/10/2014     no charge     97 words

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Stabbed surgeon demands safe wards
A neurosurgeon who narrowly survived a stabbing attack in the foyer of Western Hospital has warned that further attacks will occur unless new measures to protect staff and patients are introduced.
The Age 06/10/2014     no charge     1198 words

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Terror suspect stabbed fallen officer
Teen terrorist suspect Numan Haider's final moments have been revealed as an unprovoked stabbing frenzy as he stood over a fallen police officer, ignoring a warning to drop his knife before a single gunshot finally stopped him.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/10/2014     no charge     545 words

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Man stabbed at Albion Park Rail
A MAN was airlifted to St George Hospital after being stabbed three times at Albion Park Rail on Wednesday night.
Illawarra Mercury 02/10/2014     no charge     141 words

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Stabbed trio puzzles police
THREE men who staggered into a Sydney hospital with stab wounds, including one who later died, were known to police.
Illawarra Mercury 01/10/2014     no charge     138 words

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Parolee gets 27 years for stabbings
The man who fatally stabbed Hastings jeweller Dermot O'Toole during a botched robbery when he was on parole will spend more than 20 years in jail.
The Age 28/10/2014     no charge     469 words

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Target Ibrahim: shots fired in heart of city
Brush with death for controversial family, writes Stephanie Gardiner. When the youngest Ibrahim brother was serving time in jail for manslaughter, he said all he wanted to do was get out, get a job and take care of his mother.
Sydney Morning Herald 06/01/2015     no charge     952 words

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Witnesses tell of daylight stabbing
A man "rugby-tackled" his partner to the ground as he stabbed her outside a Sunshine shopping centre, a court hasbeen told.
The Age 03/12/2014     no charge     414 words

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Killer of boy, 15, to serve 18 years
A man who stabbed a Sydney teenager to death when the intended target was his bikie father has been sentenced to at least 18 years and 10 months in jail for what the judge called a "senseless act of vicious and terrible stupidity".
Sydney Morning Herald 16/10/2014     no charge     476 words

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Counter-terrorism officers in Endeavour Hills attack 'holding up'
The two officers stabbed by a Melbourne terror suspect say they are holding up well. The counter-terrorism officers were stabbed by 18-year-old Numan Haider after arranging to meet him outside Endeavour Hills police station last Tuesday night. "We would like to thank our family, friends, colleagues and everyone who has helped and supported us through this difficult time," the officers said in a statement on Monday. "We are both holding up well and appreciate everyone's kind thoughts and well ...
The Age 30/09/2014     no charge     170 words

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Fight charges
A man was allegedly stabbed during a fight in Wallsend on Sunday.
Newcastle Herald 26/01/2015     no charge     74 words

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Palestinian stabs 12 on Tel Aviv bus
A knife-wielding Palestinian has attacked passengers on a bus in Tel Aviv, wounding at least 12 people before being shot by a passing prison officer, Israeli police say.
Sydney Morning Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     247 words

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Bail again refused for stabbing accused
A MANGERTON man has been refused bail for the second time in three days over allegations he stabbed a friend who had accused him of stealing his sunglasses.
Illawarra Mercury 13/01/2015     no charge     254 words

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Arrest of man after stabbing
A 23-YEAR-OLD man has been arrested and charged after an alleged stabbing in Wollongong on Friday morning sparked a wide-scale police manhunt.
Illawarra Mercury 10/01/2015     no charge     169 words

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Murder accused to stand trial
An elderly man stabbed to death in his home was harassed for cigarettes in the days before his death by the man who was later charged with his murder, court documents allege.
The Age 07/01/2015     no charge     149 words

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Panthers rally in support of stab victim
Before being placed in an induced coma, the stabbed Penrith Panthers junior had a simple, one-word message he wanted to communicate to his mother: "football".
Sydney Morning Herald 02/01/2015     no charge     429 words

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Hunt after cab driver knifed
A TAXI driver has been repeatedly stabbed by a passenger in NSW's south-west.
Newcastle Herald 29/12/2014     no charge     83 words

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Homeless but not hopeless
It is nearly a year since a homeless Melbourne man died. Morgan Wayne "Mouse" Perry's stabbing prompted calls for change.
The Sunday Age 28/12/2014     no charge     1211 words

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Inspector takes on key role in siege aftermath
A seasoned homicide detective, Detective Inspector Angelo Memmolo, is heading the critical incident investigation into the fatal Martin Place siege staged by Man Haron Monis.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2014     no charge     540 words

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Stab wounds
POLICE are investigating after a man, 22, was stabbed four times in Mayfield on Friday night.
Newcastle Herald 29/11/2014     no charge     65 words

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'He was coming to kill me': accused
"I wasn't trying to kill him ... I just didn't want him to hurt me any more."
Sydney Morning Herald 19/11/2014     no charge     491 words

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'Something was wrong'
A WOMAN who called triple-0 following the stabbing attack that claimed Cherie Vize's life has told a court she immediately knew something was wrong when she heard screams coming from her neighbour's yard.
Illawarra Mercury 29/10/2014     no charge     348 words

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Screams followed attack
A WOMAN who called triple-0 following the stabbing attack that claimed Cherie Vize's life has told a court she immediately knew something was wrong when she heard screams coming from her neighbour's yard.
Illawarra Mercury 29/10/2014     no charge     348 words

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No bail in murder case
THE woman charged with the stabbing murder of a man near Windang bridge on Sunday is thought have to been living on Picnic Island in a tent.
Illawarra Mercury 28/10/2014     no charge     292 words

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Killer of couple jailed for 32 years
A man who stabbed a couple to death in their Murrumbeena home in a "double thrill kill" has been jailed for 32 years.
The Age 25/10/2014     no charge     368 words

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New Nationals leader a knockabout everyman
Troy Grant is a self-described "son of regional NSW" but he is not a farmer.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/10/2014     no charge     452 words

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Citys north-west is our murder and mayhem capital
St Albans, in Melbournes north-west, is Victorias homicide capital.
The Age 13/10/2014     no charge     866 words

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Scent of murder brought police to Marcus Volke
Marcus Volke must have thought he had the perfect plan to get away with murder.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/10/2014     no charge     1884 words

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Wran remains in custody on murder charge
The daughter of the late NSW premier Neville Wran has been remanded in custody following a brief mention of the murder case against her in a Sydney court.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/10/2014     no charge     177 words

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Life without parole
The US is the only country that sentences children to life in jail with no hope for redemption, writes Andrew Purcell.
The Sunday Age 25/01/2015     no charge     2010 words

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BOXING
British world welterweight champion Kell Brook will fight Romanian Jo Jo Dan in March in his first bout since being stabbed in the leg last September. Brook, 28, won the IBF title by beating America's Shawn Porter last August. He will defend the belt against Canada-based Dan in Sheffield on March 28. Brook sustained leg injuries in a machete attack while on holiday on the island of Tenerife. Brook boats a 33-0 record. AFP
The Age 24/01/2015     no charge     71 words

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Be an Aussie, mow that strip
Fortunate to be Australian? Yes. Proud? No.
Illawarra Mercury 24/01/2015     no charge     874 words

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Parents killed as son slept
A LITTLE boy has endured a day of horror after his parents were stabbed to death in the family's Gold Coast home while he slept.
Newcastle Herald 23/01/2015     no charge     173 words

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Couple plead guilty over tourist abuse
A DUTCH backpacker was tortured and forced to endure psychological manipulation "of the highest order" at the hands of a Melbourne man who claimed to be possessed, a judge says.
Illawarra Mercury 22/01/2015     no charge     253 words

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'Clyde' in crime spree
A ONE-man crime spree who was half of a Bonnie and Clyde duo eight years ago has pleaded guilty to another series of offences including a stabbing and a home invasion before a police search that forced a school into lockdown.
Newcastle Herald 22/01/2015     no charge     369 words

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Stabbing details released
ACCUSED murderer Michael Quinn has been ordered to stand trial in the Supreme Court over the stabbing to death of his estranged girlfriend.
Illawarra Mercury 22/01/2015     no charge     312 words

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Dishing out the ultra-violence
THE EQUALIZER (MA 15+) Roadshow, 132 minutes
Newcastle Herald 20/01/2015     no charge     1225 words

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Bishop conspicuously absent from Queensland campaign launch
First came the absence of Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Now, deputy Liberal Party leader Julie Bishop has joined Mr Abbott as the second high-profile party absentee from Sunday's LNP Queensland election campaign launch. Premier Campbell Newman has sought to distance himself from his federal Liberal colleagues since calling the snap election on January 6 but denies it's the "Toxic Tony" influence fuelling the move. The increasingly unpopular Prime Minister was widely regarded as a detrimental factor ...
The Age 19/01/2015     no charge     163 words

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Arrest over body in car
A MAN charged with the stabbing murder of his estranged wife, whose body was found in an underground car park in Sydney's west, will remain behind bars until at least April.
Illawarra Mercury 19/01/2015     no charge     119 words

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Bishop gives launch a miss
Sundays Liberal National Party Queensland election campaign launch will have two high-profile absentees, as Premier Campbell Newman continues to distance himself from his federal colleagues.
Sun Herald 18/01/2015     no charge     163 words

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Bikie crime surge warning
Police are preparing for a major spike in outlaw motorcycle gang-related crime with the pending release of an influential prisoner who was recruited to the Mongols while serving a sentence for two attempted murders.
The Age 17/01/2015     no charge     672 words

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The hunt to reveal the bare facts of murder
The Sun is God ADRIAN MCKINTY SERPENT'S TAIL, $27.99 Crucifixion Creek BARRY MAITLAND TEXT, $29.99
Sydney Morning Herald 17/01/2015     no charge     761 words

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The hunt to reveal the bare facts of murder
CRIME FICTION The Sun is God ADRIAN MCKINTY SERPENT'S TAIL, $27.99 Crucifixion Creek BARRY MAITLAND TEXT, $29.99
The Age 17/01/2015     no charge     761 words

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Spearfishing teenager treated by paramedics after shark attack
A teenager was flown to Sydney after he was bitten by a shark while spearfishing near Mollymook Beach, on the south coast.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/01/2015     no charge     512 words

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Shark attack at Mollymook
A MOLLYMOOK teenager attacked by a shark on Friday intentionally went into the water in the hope of filming it, his friend has told Fairfax Media.
Illawarra Mercury 17/01/2015     no charge     413 words

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Can't stand the view? Swap places
One of the charms of living and visiting the city of Melbourne is its diversity. Modern high-rise apartments tower over alleyways crammed with Victorian-era terraces, and people of all ethnicities and from all walks of life gravitate here for commerce, culture, creativity and, yes, coffee. To live in a big city such as this undoubtedly requires a certain tolerance of others. But a few dozen individuals and businesses have demonstrated very short limits to theirs.
The Age 16/01/2015     no charge     588 words

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Man arrested over death in Caulfield North house
A 57-year-old man has been charged with murder over the stabbing death of a man in the south-east of Melbourne at the weekend.
The Age 12/01/2015     no charge     237 words

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Man facing stab charge
A MANGERTON man has been refused bail after allegedly stabbing a friend who accused him of stealing a pair of sunglasses, Port Kembla court has heard.
Illawarra Mercury 12/01/2015     no charge     267 words

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Nobody listened
The Lindt cafe siege gunman was desperate for anyone - Shiite, Sunni, Christian, Jewish or ASIO - to take him seriously. Almost nobody did, writes Rick Feneley.
The Age 10/01/2015     no charge     1685 words

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DENIED A SOAPBOX
The Lindt cafe siege gunman was desperate for anyone to take him seriously.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/01/2015     no charge     1715 words

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7 DAYS
Good week
Sydney Morning Herald 10/01/2015     no charge     585 words

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Police arrest two over murder of man found burnt in Sydney park
A pregnant woman is one of two people charged over the alleged murder of a man whose badly burnt body was found in a Sydney park last year.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/01/2015     no charge     434 words

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I knew about Iran's deadly terrorist plots, Monis wrote
The correspondence of siege gunman Man Haron Monis, translated by Fairfax Media, asks as many questions as it provides answers, write Rick Feneley and Rory Callinan.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/01/2015     no charge     1273 words

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Ibrahim brother shot four months after being freed
When the youngest Ibrahim brother was serving time in jail for manslaughter, he said all he wanted to do was get out, get a job and take care of his mother.
The Age 06/01/2015     no charge     475 words

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Youngest Ibrahim shot coming home
WHEN the youngest Ibrahim brother was serving time in jail for manslaughter, he said all he wanted to do was get out, get a job and take care of his mother.
Newcastle Herald 06/01/2015     no charge     360 words

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Jail time slashed on appeal
Victoria's highest court reduced the length of jail terms for criminal offenders in nearly one in four cases last year, prompting concern lower-court judges are under pressure to impose tougher sentences than justified.
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     863 words

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WATCHING LIFE PASS ON THE YARRA RIVER
MELBOURNE CONTINUES TO FIND NEW WAYS TO ENJOY THE WATERWAY WE TAKE FOR GRANTED. WORDS BY JAYNE D'ARCY. PICTURES BY SIMON SCHLUTER.
The Sunday Age 04/01/2015     no charge     1544 words

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Big clean-up follows New Year cheers
Victorians have been praised for their measured New Year's Eve celebrations, with arrests down on the year before. But city crowds were also lower as more people stayed out of the CBD to celebrate.
The Age 02/01/2015     no charge     434 words

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Reported last words
1) "My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One or the other of us has to go."
Sydney Morning Herald 31/12/2014     no charge     685 words

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The Blow
THAT morning Russell and Mona had risen early and driven south to inspect a property in the town where Russell was to begin his new career. Now they were ploughing back up the coast, into a wall of rain that had been hammering down all week.
Newcastle Herald 31/12/2014     no charge     860 words

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Murderer on parole back behind bars
AN Albion Park Rail man on parole for the 1999 murder of a man in Berkeley is again behind bars after being refused bail, accused of leading police on a high-speed chase through Keiraville at the weekend.
Illawarra Mercury 29/12/2014     no charge     421 words

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Palestinian wounds Israeli police officers
A knife-wielding Palestinian has wounded two Israeli border police officers in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The Sunday Age 28/12/2014     no charge     83 words

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Palestinian wounds Israeli police officers
A knife-wielding Palestinian has wounded two Israeli border police officers in the Old City of Jerusalem in the latest in a wave of attacks. The Palestinian approached the officers as worshippers dispersed after dawn prayers at Al Aqsa Mosque, stabbed one of them in the neck and wounded the other during the ensuing struggle, police said. The officers were said to have suffered minor injuries. The recent increase in Palestinian attacks against Israelis has included deadly assaults with guns, ...
Sun Herald 28/12/2014     no charge     148 words

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Deadpan Dhoni takes a stab at an explanation of row
India captain M.S. Dhoni's most recognisable trait is his helicopter shot over mid-wicket but deadpan delivery of jokes is not far behind. He used the latter to ridicule speculation of a rift between two of his batsmen that has festered since the Brisbane Test.
The Age 26/12/2014     no charge     361 words

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Dhoni takes a stab at rumours
DESPERATE to dispel rumours of dressing room disquiet, India captain MS Dhoni opted for dry wit instead of unbridled rage.
Newcastle Herald 26/12/2014     no charge     262 words

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Dhoni pads off 'unrest'
DESPERATE to dispel rumours of dressing room disquiet, India captain MS Dhoni opted for dry wit instead of unbridled rage.
Illawarra Mercury 26/12/2014     no charge     294 words

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Dhoni has dig at talk of dressing room strife
India captain M.S. Dhoni's most recognisable trait is his helicopter shot over mid-wicket but a deadpan manner is not far behind.
Sydney Morning Herald 26/12/2014     no charge     332 words

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Monis' slain wife denied an AVO
A magistrate dismissed an application by Sydney woman Noleen Pal for an apprehended violence order against her former partner, Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis, nine months before she was stabbed to death and set alight.
The Age 24/12/2014     no charge     473 words

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Wife tried in vain for protection order
A magistrate dismissed an application by Sydney woman Noleen Pal for an AVO against her former partner, the Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis, nine months before she was stabbed to death outside her Werrington unit, in April 2013. Monis was charged as an accessory to Pal's murder while his girlfriend, Amirah Droudis, was charged with her killing.
Sydney Morning Herald 24/12/2014     no charge     182 words

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Magistrate bailed Monis, judging him no threat to others
THE NSW magistrate who granted Man Horan Monis bail last year did so after determining the murder case against him and his co-accused was "weak" and that neither posed a threat to others.
Illawarra Mercury 24/12/2014     no charge     247 words

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Calm urged after three attacks in France
PARIS: A driver ploughed into a Christmas market in France, injuring 10 people before stabbing himself, a day after a man shouting "Allahu Akbar" ran down pedestrians in another French city.
Illawarra Mercury 24/12/2014     no charge     255 words

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Monis 'not a threat' after wife's death
"Are they a threat to other people? No, they are not."
Sydney Morning Herald 24/12/2014     no charge     630 words

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Monis not a threat: magistrate
"Are they a threat to other people? No they are not." These were the words of the magistrate who granted bail to Martin Place siege gunman Man Haron Monis and his partner when they faced court on brutal murder charges last year.
The Age 24/12/2014     no charge     439 words

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Gunman's partner has bail revoked
The partner of Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis has had her bail revoked on a charge of murder, with a court finding she poses an "unacceptable risk".
The Age 23/12/2014     no charge     420 words

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Bail revoked for partner of gunman
THE former partner of siege gunman Man Haron Monis will be taken into custody after her bail was revoked by a Sydney court.
Illawarra Mercury 23/12/2014     no charge     380 words

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Bail revoked as partner of siege gunman deemed a risk
The partner of Sydney siege gunman, Man Haron Monis, has had her bail revoked on a charge of murder, with a court finding she poses an "unacceptable risk".
Sydney Morning Herald 23/12/2014     no charge     631 words

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Sydney siege gunman's partner fronts up to court for bail review
The partner of the Sydney siege gunman is due in court on Monday to explain why she should remain free on bail while still facing a murder charge.
The Age 22/12/2014     no charge     392 words

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Hope lives here
Stephanie Hunt meets three people who have turned tragedy into a force for good.
Sun Herald 21/12/2014     no charge     1420 words

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Eight dead children found by brother
They were found by their brother.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/12/2014     no charge     655 words

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Police feared partner had bomb trigger
AUTHORITIES feared Man Haron Monis's missing de facto partner was acting as his accomplice and possibly holding the trigger to bombs planted around the city during the Sydney siege.
Illawarra Mercury 20/12/2014     no charge     382 words

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Hostage-taker's partner took turn for the worse after Islamic conversion
Amirah Droudis, partner of the slain gunman who held 17 people hostage in the Lindt Cafe on Monday, was not always the devout Muslim woman she comes across in her YouTube videos, with a veil covering all but her eyes.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/12/2014     no charge     525 words

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Stab wounds
A MAN was stabbed in Jesmond on Friday.
Newcastle Herald 20/12/2014     no charge     32 words

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Barbieri jailed 26 years for killing police inspector
A young Sydney man who, with the assistance of his psychotic mother, murdered decorated police officer Bryson Anderson during an outer suburban siege has been sentenced to at least 26 years' jail.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/12/2014     no charge     570 words

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Officer who put gunman behind bars to head investigation
The homicide detective who put gunman Man Haron Monis behind bars on murder charges will head the critical incident investigation into the Martin Place siege.
The Age 18/12/2014     no charge     349 words

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Query over delay
A magistrate has questioned how a man accused of attempting to murder neurosurgeon Dr Michael Wong (pictured) at the Western Hospital in Footscray could contest the charges.
The Age 18/12/2014     no charge     144 words

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Monis proves we need to sort out our immigration errors
Now for the cover-up. Australians are entitled to know, but are highly unlikely to be told, who were the lawyers and officials who advocated that Man Haron Monis be allowed to live in Australia, and then be granted citizenship, despite red flag after red flag that he was trouble.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2014     no charge     680 words

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War vet found dead after mass killing
NEW YORK: A former US Marine and Iraq war veteran wanted for murdering his ex-wife and five of her relatives has been found dead from self-inflicted stab wounds in woods near his home.
Illawarra Mercury 18/12/2014     no charge     133 words

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Chances lost to put Monis behind bars
Man Haron Monis's final appearance at a local court before the Sydney cafe siege was, with the benefit of hindsight, an agonisingly missed opportunity to get him off the streets and behind bars.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2014     no charge     646 words

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Deranged, dangerous, deluded
Man Haron Monis left behind a broken life of lies, crime and conspiracies. Tim Elliott and Stephanie Wood report.
The Age 17/12/2014     no charge     1482 words

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Rethink of bail laws considered
BAIL laws in NSW are set to come under fresh scrutiny because the gunman in the Sydney siege was released from custody despite facing more than 40 criminal charges.
Illawarra Mercury 17/12/2014     no charge     237 words

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'The way he dressed and talked, it just wasn't right'
There were many people who had become alarmed at the behaviour of the self-styled cleric, writes Tim Elliott.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/12/2014     no charge     1485 words

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A loss of innocence as well as two fine citizens
Australians woke to find their sense of stability rocked, write Anne Davies and Tom Allard.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/12/2014     no charge     1046 words

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Drugs drive rise in animal cruelty
The ice epidemic is claiming a new type of victim, with an animal welfare group reporting a spike in the number of animals abused or killed by their drug-addled owners.
The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     390 words

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Laying down the law
They call him "Whispering Ken" but after three years in the job, Chief Commissioner Ken Lay is living proof that in an era where the loudest voices get heard the old-fashioned rule, "Speak softly and carry a big stick" still works a treat.
The Age 13/12/2014     no charge     1461 words

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Police shoot attacker in synagogue
New York: A police officer shot and killed a man inside the Brooklyn headquarters of the Chabad movement after the man stabbed an Israeli student in the head and neck, blurting out "I am going to kill you", according to witnesses.
The Age 11/12/2014     no charge     80 words

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Police shoot attacker in synagogue
New York: A police officer shot and killed a man inside the Brooklyn headquarters of the Chabad movement after he stabbed an Israeli student in the head and neck, blurting out "I am going to kill you", according to witnesses. Calvin Peters, 49, who reportedly suffered from bipolar disorder, attacked Levi Rosenblatt, 22, inside the Crown Heights synagogue before lunging at a police officer, police said. Mr Rosenblatt was in a serious but stable condition, New York mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/12/2014     no charge     80 words

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Tony Abbott is the problem with the federal government: poll
Today's poll starkly identifies the people's problem with the Abbott Government. It's Tony Abbott.
The Age 08/12/2014     no charge     469 words

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Voters get personal: it's you, Prime Minister
Today's poll starkly identifies the people's problem with the Abbott government. It's Tony Abbott.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/12/2014     no charge     454 words

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'Get real' about violence
"I know I'm probably shouting at you," Quentin Bryce says, almost apologetically.
The Age 06/12/2014     no charge     624 words

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End the war on women
As much as Victoria needs a royal commission into violence against women - as promised by the incoming Andrews government - we don't need a lawyers' talkfest or an inquiry that turns its back on the complicity of our institutions in the violence.
The Age 06/12/2014     no charge     1084 words

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Stabbing suspect
ABU DHABI: Police in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, have arrested a burqa-clad woman after an American teacher was stabbed to death in a toilet in a mall.
Illawarra Mercury 06/12/2014     no charge     92 words

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It brings tears to my eyes
"I know I'm probably shouting at you," Quentin Bryce says, almost apologetically. "I feel so strongly about it. And so determined."
Sydney Morning Herald 06/12/2014     no charge     655 words

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Guilty, but Silva may avoid jail for manslaughter of abusive partner
Jessica Silva might not serve any time in jail despite being found guilty of the manslaughter of her abusive, drug-affected former partner on Mother's Day two years ago.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/12/2014     no charge     579 words

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Aguero hat-trick keeps Manchester City in contention
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero struck a hat-trick, including two late goals, in a 3-2 victory against 10-man Bayern Munich on Tuesday to keep alive their hopes of reaching the Champions League knockout phase.
The Age 27/11/2014     no charge     274 words

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BRIEFS
Messi is Champions League's best ever
Sydney Morning Herald 27/11/2014     no charge     212 words

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Truth came too late to save a sister called Cathy McPhee
Don Scales kept going back to that moment he drove past his sister's house on his way back home from the shops and saw her talking heatedly with her husband through the front window.
The Age 25/11/2014     no charge     413 words

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Save tears, officer's killers told
THE brother of murdered NSW police officer Bryson Anderson has told his killers to save their tears in court because they will not be forgiven.
Illawarra Mercury 25/11/2014     no charge     300 words

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Homeless get a meal, a cup of tea - and a vote
Christopher Jeffreys came to the Cornerstone Contact Centre, a mission in downtown Dandenong, for a hot lunch and to meet up with friends.
The Sunday Age 23/11/2014     no charge     548 words

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Past imperfect
The Austrian spa town of Bad Ischl has a heart of darkness under its frivolous aristocratic exterior, as Brian Johnston discovers.
Sun Herald 23/11/2014     no charge     721 words

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Man stabs nurses
TAIPEI: A man fatally stabbed six nurses and a manager on Thursday morning at a Chinese military hospital in Beidaihe, a seaside area of Qinhaungdao city, about 290 kilometres east of Beijing, police said.
Illawarra Mercury 22/11/2014     no charge     71 words

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Three decades on, court hears 'murder secrets'
The alleged secrets of the cold-case death of a teenage girl in country Victoria were kept by very few.
The Age 20/11/2014     no charge     495 words

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Leather-stitching needle Tools of the trade
Name: Georgie Cummings
The Age 15/11/2014     no charge     269 words

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Leather-stitching needle
Name: Georgie Cummings
Sydney Morning Herald 15/11/2014     no charge     269 words

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Army kills protester in West Bank unrest
JERUSALEM: Israeli troops have shot dead a Palestinian during clashes in the West Bank as a wave of unrest gripped the country, raising fears of a new Palestinian uprising.
Illawarra Mercury 13/11/2014     no charge     340 words

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Israeli PM defiant as fatal stabbings rock country
An Israeli soldier and a woman were stabbed to death by Palestinians in Tel Aviv and the occupied West Bank on Monday, extending a surge in violence that began over Jerusalem.
The Age 12/11/2014     no charge     267 words

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Israeli PM defiant as fatal stabbings rock country
An Israeli soldier and a woman were stabbed to death by Palestinians in Tel Aviv and the occupied West Bank on Monday, extending a surge in violence that began over Jerusalem.
Sydney Morning Herald 12/11/2014     no charge     264 words

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Fatal stabbings shake up country
JERUSALEM: An Israeli soldier and a woman were stabbed to death by Palestinians in Tel Aviv and the occupied West Bank on Monday, extending a surge in violence that began over Jerusalem.
Newcastle Herald 12/11/2014     no charge     181 words

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Singing plaintiff loses civil suit over shooting
It was a legal drama involving a silver cocktail fork, a police shooting and the Russian embassy that turned into courtroom musical.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/11/2014     no charge     306 words

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Forget the biffski, it's all quiet on the shirt-front
With an international incident avoided, it was time to deal with the domestic spat over the seating plan for Whitlam's send-off.
The Sunday Age 09/11/2014     no charge     821 words

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All quiet on the Russian shirt-front soapie
So there will be no shirt-fronting.
Sun Herald 09/11/2014     no charge     823 words

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"How could a relation do such a thing?"
The brutal murder in Pakistan of Australian citizens Aamir Khan, his wife and their children has left two families divided, each pointing the finger of blame at the other.
Sydney Morning Herald 08/11/2014     no charge     5021 words

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Plasterer 'took knife to victims' home'
A plasterer charged with the double murder of a couple allegedly took a knife, cable ties and petrol to confront them in their home over a perceived trade debt.
The Age 06/11/2014     no charge     91 words

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Stabbing leads to jail term
THE man who stabbed Peter Dent at his Hamilton South home has been jailed for seven years, after previously being acquitted of murder.
Newcastle Herald 06/11/2014     no charge     271 words

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Griner survives knife attack in China due to winter coat
AMERICAN basketball superstar Brittney Griner was cut on the elbow and a teammate also attacked by a man wielding a knife in China.
Illawarra Mercury 06/11/2014     no charge     295 words

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Crime scene like 'American Psycho'
HONG KONG: Police are investigating whether there are any more potential victims of the British banker charged with the murder of two women in Hong Kong.
Illawarra Mercury 04/11/2014     no charge     498 words

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Police fire gas at driver to end marathon chase
Police fired two rounds of gas into a cars windscreen to end a chase through Sydney on Saturday that at one point forced the closure of the Harbour Bridge.
Sun Herald 02/11/2014     no charge     271 words

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Fallen hero fails appeal
A MAN who killed his mother just two years after he was hailed a hero of the 2007 Pasha Bulka storm has failed to have his 12-year jail sentence reduced on appeal.
Newcastle Herald 01/11/2014     no charge     271 words

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THE CHILD DEATHS AND DISAPPEARANCES LINKED TO DEREK ERNEST PERCY:
YVONNE TUOHY, 12, Ski Beach, Warneet, Victoria, July 20, 1969
Illawarra Mercury 01/11/2014     no charge     680 words

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No bail for man charged with murder after Chinatown stabbing
A man charged with murder after a fatal stabbing in Chinatown on Wednesday has been remanded in custody to appear in court early next year. Fai Sing Yiu, of no fixed address and speaking through an interpreter, made no application for bail. Police allege Mr Yiu, 59, stabbed Alan Wong with a knife following an altercation in the Post Deng Cafe restaurant on Little Bourke Street, where Mr Yiu worked as a chef. The argument spilled into the Golden Square car park, where police allege the murder took ...
The Age 31/10/2014     no charge     167 words

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Man dies after midday stabbing in Chinatown
A man has died of stab wounds after an argument in Chinatown in Melbourne's CBD.
The Age 30/10/2014     no charge     268 words

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Executed woman has final word
A 26-year-old Iranian woman, who was hanged after being convicted of the murder of the man she said tried to rape her, has left a heartbreaking voice message for her mother in the lead-up to her death.
The Age 29/10/2014     no charge     223 words

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Executed woman has final word
A 26-year-old Iranian woman, who was hanged after being convicted of the murder of the man she said tried to rape her, has left a heartbreaking voice message for her mother in the lead-up to her death.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/10/2014     no charge     223 words

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How a paralysed man walked again
A firefighter whose spinal cord was severed in a 2010 knife attack has begun to walk again after pioneering surgery injected cells from his nasal cavity into his spine.
The Sunday Age 26/10/2014     no charge     808 words

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How a paralysed man walked again
A firefighter whose spinal cord was severed in a 2010 knife attack has begun to walk again after pioneering surgery injected cells from his nasal cavity into his spine.
The Sunday Age 26/10/2014     no charge     809 words

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Economic woes not all the fault of Whitlam
Gough Whitlam was a giant among men who changed Australia forever - and did it in just three years. No argument. The question is whether the benefits of his many reforms exceeded their considerable economic costs.
The Age 25/10/2014     no charge     972 words

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Economic woes weren't all the fault of Whitlam
Gough Whitlam was a giant among men who changed Australia forever - and did it in just three years. No argument. The question is whether the benefits of his many reforms exceeded their considerable economic costs.
Sydney Morning Herald 25/10/2014     no charge     984 words

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Fighting for murdered son
"Why are they called child protection if they're not someone you can go to to say 'how can I protect my child'?
Illawarra Mercury 25/10/2014     no charge     1032 words

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Killer gets 32 years
ROBERT and Cheryl Adamson were caring people who thought they were helping a neighbour before they were brutally stabbed to death in their home.
Illawarra Mercury 25/10/2014     no charge     71 words

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LETTERS
Fearless advice . . .
The Age 25/10/2014     no charge     1263 words

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Open government comes under assault
Little can be more dispiriting than a gunfight in the halls of a democratic parliament. The attack in Canada on Wednesday - which began with the killing of a guard at the nearby National War Memorial - was a shocking assault, not only on individuals but the very notion of open government. A full accounting of the events in Ottawa is still to be made, but what is already apparent is the fear an attack of this type can spark. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has described the assault as a ...
The Age 24/10/2014     no charge     596 words

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Outrage over animal footage
"We have again seen horrendous abuse of Australian cattle in Gaza Lyn White
Illawarra Mercury 24/10/2014     no charge     502 words

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Doing the Lygon Street limbo
In the 1970s, Carlton was the counterculture capital of Melbourne and the place to be.
The Age 23/10/2014     no charge     1908 words

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LETTERS
Teen jihadi has lost the chance to change
Sydney Morning Herald 23/10/2014     no charge     885 words

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Watts puts domestic violence on national agenda
In April this year, a 33-year-old mother of four was stabbed to death in front of shoppers in Tim Watts' west Melbourne electorate.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/10/2014     no charge     303 words

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Angry young man problem crosses cultures
True or false: the vast majority of young men are, at any given moment, just a few behavioural leaps away from doing something very, very stupid.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/10/2014     no charge     1018 words

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Angry young men, whatever their culture
Terrorism offers not just violence and destruction, but grandiosity.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/10/2014     no charge     974 words

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'Challenge' violent men
ROSIE Batty hopes the inquest into her son's brutal death at the hands of his father will prompt a shift in public scrutiny from the victims to the perpetrators in Australia's domestic violence "epidemic".
Illawarra Mercury 18/10/2014     no charge     412 words

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Accused loses bid to return
A CRINGILA man accused of stabbing his brother with a pair of scissors has failed in his bid to reside on the property where the alleged attack occurred.
Illawarra Mercury 16/10/2014     no charge     195 words

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Murderer killed couple at home for a 'thrill'
Robert Adamson and his wife Cheryl were in their pyjamas when they answered a knock at their front door about 6am.
The Age 14/10/2014     no charge     461 words

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'Mouse' defendant obsessed with his old motorbike, court told
A former private school student accused of fatally stabbing a homeless grandfather believed that he had "special abilities that other people didn't" and that his father was a werewolf, a court has heard.
The Age 14/10/2014     no charge     477 words

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Three brothers held over brawl stabbing
Three brothers, aged 15, 18 and 20, have been refused bail after being charged over the stabbing of a father and his son during an organised brawl outside a shopping centre.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/10/2014     no charge     102 words

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Melbourne's Muslim families abused in climate of terror
A Muslim mother verbally abused at a Melbourne playground and told to stop her child from playing with others is among dozens of victims of attacks against the Islamic community in recent weeks.
The Age 10/10/2014     no charge     604 words

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LETTERS
We are better than this
The Age 08/10/2014     no charge     1393 words

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Does there need to be a death before we get serious about protection?
The question is often asked, does someone have to die before we get serious about addressing violence in public hospitals?
The Age 06/10/2014     no charge     550 words

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topics
Newcastle bowls Bondi in cricket ball travel tale NEWCASTLE, here's a decent plug. In a new book written to help young cricket fans grasp the global reach of the game, Australia is represented by . . . us.
Newcastle Herald 06/10/2014     no charge     896 words

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Terror suspect 'stabbing frenzy'
Teen terror suspect Numan Haider's final moments came during an unprovoked stabbing frenzy as he stood over a fallen police officer, ignoring a warning to drop his knife before a single gunshot finally stopped him, a court has heard.
The Age 04/10/2014     no charge     549 words

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Extradition delay
It could take up to two years for a third man charged over the murder of good Samaritan Luke Mitchell outside a Brunswick convenience store to be extradited from Thailand, a court has heard.
The Age 04/10/2014     no charge     94 words

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Acts of violence
Where Neeson is a professional grumpy old man, Washington's gimmick is his easygoing, shooting-the-breeze manner.
Illawarra Mercury 04/10/2014     no charge     421 words

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Break bread or share a pizza in search of peace
Two days after the death of Numan Haider last week, I was having a late lunch in a simple Italian cafe in Melbourne.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/10/2014     no charge     229 words

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Pitchfork wielded: police
A PITCHFORK was allegedly held to the throat of a man stabbed three times during a violent altercation at Albion Park Rail, a court has heard.
Illawarra Mercury 03/10/2014     no charge     360 words

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Officers, families honour sacrifice in the line of duty
Hundreds of police have marked National Police Remembrance Day, less than a week after two officers were stabbed in Endeavour Hills.
The Age 30/09/2014     no charge     299 words

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Air strikes on Iraq to begin in days
Australia is poised to join air strikes on Islamic State militants in Iraq in a matter of days, while the nation's attorneys-general and police ministers will meet this week for briefings by ASIO and the federal police on the counter-terrorism raids in Sydney and Brisbane.
The Age 29/09/2014     no charge     395 words

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Path almost clear for air strikes: Bishop
Australia is poised to join air strikes on Islamic State militants in Iraq in a matter of days, while the nation's attorneys-general and police ministers will meet this week for briefings by ASIO and the federal police on the counterterrorism raids in Sydney and Brisbane.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/09/2014     no charge     603 words

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Murder charge in US beheading case
OKLAHOMA CITY: A US man who was shot after authorities say he beheaded one woman and attacked another has regained consciousness.
Illawarra Mercury 29/09/2014     no charge     130 words

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