'Incredibly stupid' NSW firebugs to face longer minimum jail time

'Incredibly stupid' NSW firebugs to face longer minimum jail time

Attorney-General Mark Speakman, Police Minister David Elliott and NSW Rural Fire Service Acting Commissioner Rob Rogers speak to media in Sydney about proposed legislation to almost double the minimum jail term for people who start bushfires in NS...
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Victoria to get container deposit scheme, four-bins recycling system

Victoria to get container deposit scheme, four-bins recycling system

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews makes an announcement about waste and recycling in the state, including a container deposit scheme. Mr Andrews says Victoria, the only state or territory in Australia without a cash-for-bottles scheme, will get a co...
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Ardent Leisure CEO speaks as coroner delivers findings into Dreamworld tragedy

Ardent Leisure CEO speaks as coroner delivers findings into Dreamworld tragedy

Ardent Leisure CEO John Osborne addresses media in Brisbane after the Queensland Coroner's court delivered its findings into the deaths of Cindy Low, Kate Goodchild, her brother Luke Dorsett and his partner Roozi Araghi who died when Dreamworld's ...
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Coronavirus update by Greg Hunt and Brendan Murphy

Coronavirus update by Greg Hunt and Brendan Murphy

Health minister Greg Hunt and the Chief Medical Officer, Brendan Murphy brief the media about the latest figures surrounding the coronavirus across the world and in Australia. "Number of confirmed cases is now at 78,973..sadly the number of lives ...
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Shoebridge says children made to squat in "unlawful" strip searches

Shoebridge says children made to squat in "unlawful" strip searches

Redfern Legal Centre’s police powers solicitor Sam Lee alongside NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge in Sydney says “invasive” strip searches were carried out by NSW Police at a minor’s only festival. “There were no parents or guardians allowed at this...
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Dreamworld's owner may face prosecution over ride malfunction deaths

Dreamworld's owner may face prosecution over ride malfunction deaths

A Queensland coroner says criminal charges could be laid against Dreamworld's owner Ardent Leisure following the 2016 tragedy that claimed the lives of four holidaymakers.
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Cops target drug syndicates using mail to supply ice

Cops target drug syndicates using mail to supply ice

Australian Federal Police Detective Sergeant Robert Jenner alongside Australian Border Superintendent Superintendent Gary Lowe speaks to reporters in Sydney, saying a “joint coordinated attack” has resulted in the seizure of drugs and put syndicat...
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Australia only nation planning to use carryover credits

Australia only nation planning to use carryover credits

The Morrison government's claim Australia is on track to meet its Paris agreement target will be done in part by using “carryover credits” and despite increasing levels from the base measure.
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Tayor says Labor has no plan when it comes to emissions reduction

Tayor says Labor has no plan when it comes to emissions reduction

Energy minister Angus Taylor speaks to the media about Labor's new policy to achieve zero emissions by 2050. "It's a target that has no plan, which it's un-costed which is unfunded which is exactly what they did a the last election," Mr Taylor say...
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Sharma says the world needs to agree on 2050 zero emissions

Sharma says the world needs to agree on 2050 zero emissions

Liberal MP Dave Sharma speaks to the media in Canberra about Labor's new zero emission's policy by 2050. "I like to see the world get to net zero in the second half of the century, all the countries that have signed up to Paris says that's the cas...
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Marles says govt must explain costs for not aiming for zero emissions by 2050

Marles says govt must explain costs for not aiming for zero emissions by 2050

Labor's deputy leader Richard Marles speaks to the media in Canberra about it's new policy to bring emissions to zero by 2050. "It's really important we engage in truth telling to the Australian people," Mr Marles says. "How will the government ex...
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Barnaby Joyce and Joel Fitzgibbon argue about zero emissions

Barnaby Joyce and Joel Fitzgibbon argue about zero emissions

National MP Barnaby Joyce speaks to the media in Canberra about Labor's new policy to achieve zero emissions by 2050. Labor's agriculture spokesman, Joel Fitzgibbon joins in on the doorstop to argue Labor's position to Mr Joyce. "We know, to make ...
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Aussies fall to Proteas in T20 thriller

Aussies fall to Proteas in T20 thriller

South Africa have ripped through Australia's T20 batsmen to claim a thrilling 12-run win in Port Elizabeth and level the three-match series. NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE
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Indian-Pacific celebrates 50 years of coast to coast train travel

Indian-Pacific celebrates 50 years of coast to coast train travel

The 50th anniversary of Australia's longest rail journey, the Indian Pacific coast-to-coast crossing, is being marked with special surprises along the way for about 230 travellers. Luke Walker, chief operating officer of Indian Pacific operator Jo...
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Climate protesters shut down the CBD of Melbourne - demanding the government take action

Climate protesters shut down the CBD of Melbourne - demanding the government take action

The Climate Justice Alliance and 14 other groups hold a rally in Melbourne demanding the federal government do more to tackle climate change. The protesters march through the CBD of Melbourne, shutting down Bourke, Spring, and Swanston streets.
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Year 11 and 12 international Chinese students to be allowed to return to Australia with quarantine r

Year 11 and 12 international Chinese students to be allowed to return to Australia with quarantine r

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan, and Victorian Education Minister James Merlino announce that year 11 and 12 secondary students from China will be allowed to return to Australia under strict quarantine guidelines. Australia's Chief Medical Of...
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Covid 19 has been contained in Australia - no evidence of any possibility of contagion in the commun

Covid 19 has been contained in Australia - no evidence of any possibility of contagion in the commun

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says that Australians should be out in the community supporting Chinese Australians, stating emphatically that the Corvid 19 cononavirus has been contained, and that there is no reasonable threat of infection. Aus...
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Extra quarantine of Diamon Princess passangers justified as 6 cases confirmed

Extra quarantine of Diamon Princess passangers justified as 6 cases confirmed

Australian Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy and Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt update the Corvid 19 coronavirus situation in regards to the Diamond Princess cruise line passangers. Murphy says the extra Australian based quarantine has prove...
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Health Minister Greg Hunt Coronavirus update - China travel ban and international students

Health Minister Greg Hunt Coronavirus update - China travel ban and international students

Update on the corvid 19 coronavirus travel ban and its affects on international students. Speaking is: Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt.
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RAW: Tahiata family leave Brisbane court

RAW: Tahiata family leave Brisbane court

Tuhirangi-Thomas Tahiata's family leaves Brisbane's Supreme Court on February 21 after he was convicted of the murders of Cory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru. The pair were trapped inside a toolbox and dumped in a Queensland creek.
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'No amount of time will bring Corey back': Tahiata sentenced over toolbox double murder

'No amount of time will bring Corey back': Tahiata sentenced over toolbox double murder

Miranda Parkinson speaks to reporters in Brisbane after Tuhirangi-Thomas Tahiata was sentenced to life behind bars for the murder of two people. Cory Breton, Parkinson’s partner, and Iuliana Triscaru were tapped inside a toolbox and dumped in a Qu...
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SA pranksters challenge police to "underwater car race" outside court

SA pranksters challenge police to "underwater car race" outside court

YouTube prankster Michael Alexander Philippou is followed by fellow pranksters outside a South Australian court after he was charged for being filmed while driving a car filled with water through a local bottle shop drive-through. Philippou's brot...
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Paul Toole of the NSW Nationals speaks to the media at the site of the Wallan train derailment

Paul Toole of the NSW Nationals speaks to the media at the site of the Wallan train derailment

Deputy Leader of the New South Wales Nationals Paul Toole speaks to the media from the site of the Wallan train derailment north of Melbourne. The driver and the pilot of the train were killed when it left the tracks, though none of the 153 were k...
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Wallan train derailment - transport accident investigators inspect the train crash that killed two

Wallan train derailment - transport accident investigators inspect the train crash that killed two

All overlay video (no sound) of the Wallan train derailment that killed the driver and pilot of the Sydney to Melbourne service. 153 passangers survived the accident 40 kms north of Melbourne.
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Greens MP "pleased" Qld cop stood down from car deaths investigation

Greens MP "pleased" Qld cop stood down from car deaths investigation

Greens senator Larissa Waters outside Brisbane's Parliament House says she's happy the detective leading the investigation of the murder of Hannah Clarke and her three children was stood down due to his inappropriate comments. Waters is attending ...
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