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Partner arrested over Walcha farmer Mathew Dunbar’s death near Tamworth NSW AUSTRALIA

The partner of a Walcha grazier found dead inside his homestead three months ago has been arrested. Natasha Crossman was taken into custody on Saturday morning before being driven to Tamworth police station. Walcha sheep grazier Mathew Dunbar with partner Natasha Crossman, who has been arrested over his death. Photo: Supplied A police spokeswoman said the […]

November 18th, 2017
Topic: CRIMINALS TERRORISM, DEATHS GRIEF MOURNING, FAMILY FRIENDS SOCIAL, INVESTIGATIONS, LAW POLICE CRIME, LOVE ROMANCE, Nsw, PEOPLE, POISONS TOXINS BAITS, PRISONS JAILS, Sheep, WEALTHY PEOPLE, WOMEN, WOOL Tags: , , , , , , , ,

10 common crimes committed by Australian convicts

With 20% of Australians descended from convicts, convict ancestry is for many a badge of honour. But just how criminal were these criminals? While it’s difficult to generalise, given that a staggering 160,000 convicts were transported to Australia in total, certain offences appeared more frequently than others among our convict forebears. Here are 10 common […]

June 7th, 2016
Topic: EARLY AUSTRALIA, LAW POLICE CRIME, PEOPLE, PRISONS JAILS, THEFT & CRIME Tags: ,

REINHART HAS A STRONG VOICE ON GOVERNEMENT POLICIES WHERE SHE ASKS THAT NON VIOLENT PRISONERS BE ALLOWED TO BUY OUT OF JAIL

AUSTRALIAS RINEHART DELIVERS HER MESSAGE ON PRISON ‘BUYOUT’ REFORM Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, says non-violent prisoners should be allowed to pay their way out of jail. Ms Rinehart, who owns 15 per cent of Fairfax Media, said Australia should follow the lead of US state Texas and look for ways to reduce the number […]

September 6th, 2013
Topic: PEOPLE, POLITICS PARLIAMENT, PRISONS JAILS, WEALTHY PEOPLE Tags: , , , , , ,

AUSTRALIANS OVERSEAS ARE BEING ARRESTED IN INCREASING NUMBERS JUST CHECK OUT THIS INFO

OZ PERSONS OVERSEAS ARRESTED IN INCREASING NUMBERS Four Australian travellers a day are arrested for crimes around the world and statistics show a jump of almost 50 per cent from previous years. Figures from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade revealed that 1507 Australians were arrested or jailed for various crimes in the 2011-2012 […]

May 26th, 2013
Topic: PRISONS JAILS, REPORTS STUDIES PAPERS Tags: , , , ,