Drugs, Weapons and Cash Seized in Nationwide Police Operation

Police have seized a haul of illicit drugs, cash and weapons in a nationwide methylamphetamine operation. Operation Vitreus, coordinated by the National Methylamphetamine Strategy Group involving police across Australian states and territories led to 272 arrests and 659 charges. “Methylamphetamine is a key focus for police across Australia because of the damaging impact that this…

57,000 Illegal Guns Surrendered in Australian Gun Amnesty

Nearly 60,000 illegal firearms have been taken off Australian streets as part of last year’s national firearms amnesty. The Department of Home Affairs’ National Firearms Amnesty 2017 Report revealed 57,324 firearms were handed in across the country including 2,500 fully-automatic or semi-automatic guns, in a bid to make the nation safer. New South Wales handed…

Trump Meets Florida Shooting Survivors, Promising Tougher Actions

US President Donald Trump has vowed to implement stronger background checks and  mental health checks for gun buyers, in the wake of the Florida school shooting. Mr Trump suggested the measures which also included arming teachers in a bid to prevent another massacre as he met with students, parents and teachers who survived last week’s…

Trump Bans Bump Stocks in Wake of Florida School Shooting

US President Donald Trump has announced a ban on “all devices” that turns semiautomatic guns into machine following mounting pressure over gun control following last week’s Florida school shooting. Mr Trump said he had ordered Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a memo to ban the devices that include “bump stocks”, following protests for gun control…

FBI admits it missed warnings about Florida school shooter

The FBI has admitted it failed to follow up on a tip from someone close to Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz from “a person close” to him in a statement released on Friday. The FBI said the tip warned about Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behaviour, disturbing social media posts and the…

PTSD Targeted As Focus For Veterans Health Week

10 years can pass before war veterans show signs of post-Traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with the State Government aiming to target the disorder ahead of Veterans’ Health Week. Veterans Issues Minister Peter Tinley will raise the disorder faced by war veterans as part of the Veterans’ Health Week, where he will open the week on…

FBI Deny ISIS’ Links To Las Vegas Shooting

This breaking news article will be updated as details comes to hand. After the ‘Islamic State’ has claimed responsibility for the Las Vegas shooting, the FBI has released a brief statement denying ISIS’ claims. The incident happened at the Las Vegas’ strip, where approximately 22,000 people are attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival. At least…

Man with rifle arrested for drink driving

A 42 year old North Dandalup man has been charged after allegedly drink driving with a rifle in Gosnells on Saturday morning. The police responded to a call to a house on Allen Road after a man was reported to be outside with a gun before driving off in a white Nissan Navara. The man…

Western Australia’s low contribution to national firearm amnesty

The National Firearm Amnesty has seen Western Australia recover only 521 guns, only making up 2% of the total. Since July 1st, 26,000 guns have been handed into police for crushing. Jeff Andrijasevich, WA Police firearms licensing inspector, said an explanation for the low recovery rate was that a similar 2013 WA amnesty saw more…

Lathlain Bust Uncovers Drugs, Weapons and Cash

WA Police have charged a man with drugs and weapons possession following a search on a Lathlain home. Kensington detectives and Organised Crime Squad officers seized the drugs on Wednesday after a search operation Police searched two locations as part of the operation with the first a hire car near Great Eastern Highway in Belmont.…