Ministers debate over Shark cull AGAIN

The shark debate has erupted again after Federal Environment Minister, Josh Frydenberg, accused the WA State Government of not doing enough to prevent shark attacks. Mr Frydenberg said WA’s response to the shark threat was “Nothing short of pathetic,” He commented drum lines should be put in the water to protect its own citizens and…

Injured Or Killed Officers Honoured With Police Star Award

WA Police Officers have been awarded the distinguished Police Star at the inaugural ceremony at the Joondalup Police Academy. The Police Star award was presented to 78 recipients, in recognition of officers killed or seriously injured in the line of duty. Police Minister, Michelle Roberts, said this ceremony was important in recognising the difficult, dangerous…

Hamilton Senior High School set to be demolished

After 55 years of educating the local community, Hamilton Senior High School is set to close at the end of the year. “The Hamilton Senior High School site is integral to the Cockburn Community, and the fact that the high school is closing at the end of the year has a lot of varying opinions,”…

Steps closer to suspended animation reality

US Scientists have made new steps forward after reviving a cryogenically frozen organism. Over 60 years of trials the preservation of bodies and brains in a state of suspended animation has only been achieved in individual cells… Until now. The Science Journal ACS Nano published an article about US researchers successfully thawing and reanimating frozen…

Latham: Follow Trump and ban transgender people

Mark Latham, Liberal Democrat and former Labor leader, said Australians should be worried about transgender people serving in our military. During SKY News’ ‘The Bolt Report’, he suggested that Australia should consider following Donald Trump’s lead and ban transgender people from serving in the military, saying the number one priority of the military was to…

Forgery bank statements can be purchased for $6 on Dark Web

Cyber criminals are now selling Commonwealth Bank & Wespac forged documents on the dark web between $6 and $24, with payments being made with untraceable “bitcoin”. Promising world wide delivery within 24 hours, the documents are a means of accessing the nation’s financial services and banking systems, inclusive of the lucrative $2 trillion of superannuation…

Lacking Worker’s Compensation for WA Police

A technicality has been at the forefront for a lack of worker’s compensation for Western Australian Police officers. The WA Police are not employed by the Government, although they pay their wages, their employer is the actually the Queen. This legal loophole has seen the Government avoiding paying worker’s compensation for years. Wayne Matthews, Vice…

MEAA call for government assistance to preserve public interest journalism

The Media and Entertainment Arts Alliance are calling for the Government to step in and preserve public interest journalism. Distribution and production of media has shifted with the prevalence of social media. Despite becoming a useful distribution tool, major media outlets are losing revenue. “Social media has take a lot of our content. It has…

Protective Service Officers Graduation from WA Police Academy

A special graduation day for 20 new Protective Service Officers saw family, friends, police and special guests come together to celebrate at the WA Police Academy. The Protective Services Officer role was created specifically to address the heightened security presence in Australia and Internationally. After surviving an intense three month training course, 14 male and…