Assaults on the rise: police

Assaults in Narrogin are on the rise, while drug offences seem set for a significant drop this financial year. Data released by WA Police shows assaults on both family and non-family members are set to increase this financial year. In the first six months of the 2018-19 financial year, 61 …

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Police hold concerns for welfare of three Geraldton teenagers

Geoff VivianGeraldton Guardian Wednesday, 6 March 2019 4:53PM Camera IconGeraldton Police are concerned about three young people last seen in Mt Tarcoola last night.Picture: Geraldton Police Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Police are concerned for the welfare of three Geraldton teenagers. Sergeant Shane Hugo said a boy …

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Chronican named as NAB chairman

The National Australia Bank has announced interim chief executive Philip Chronican as its next chairman following the resignation of Ken Henry in the fallout from the banking royal commission. NAB Director David Armstrong said Mr Chronican was an obvious choice as chairman. “Phil told the board that he did not …

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Safety concerns raised over Scottish football stadiums | Football News

Top level review of policing in Scottish football highlights inconsistencies in safety checks By Sky Sports News Last Updated: 06/03/19 1:52pm A report into policing in Scottish football has highlighted serious concerns around stadium safety and called for an “urgent multi-agency review” into the situation. The independent report, carried out …

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Minister urges farmers to work alongside consumers

Minister for Agriculture Alannah MacTiernan has urged farmers to listen to consumers and work alongside them, rather than against them, to create the ethical produce they demand. The comments were made during her visit to Albany last week, on the back of the increase in trespass incidents on farming properties …

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