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Students at the centre of “Pano-gate” break their silence.

14 October, 2014. 13:21 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | [email protected] TALES OF love and redemption are emerging from the "Mitchell Seven", who stand accused of defacing Australia's most iconic motorsport monument. The group is expected to plead guilty at their first hearing. Lawyers for the seven men have asked that they be charged under the Summary Offences Act 1988, which include offensive language...

Bathurst students arrested after damaging iconic landmark

10 October, 2015. 13:46 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact SEVEN STUDENTS from a local Bathurst university face serious charges relating to vandalism and malicious damaging after defacing the town's most famous landmark. Police say the stone lettering on the side of the mountain was covered with earth and grass in the early hours of last Saturday morning. Local media have dubbed the incident...

New Start dole bludgers to be sent to fight in Syria

11 October, 2014. 13:22 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | [email protected] #BREAKING #auspol THE PLAN to send the unemployed youth of Australia to fight in the Middle East has been passed through the lower house unopposed by Labor. The legislation outlines that in order for one to receive the government benefit, they must complete a six-month combat tour of the war-torn region. NewStart recipients are...

Pink Floyd cite Tame Impala as having a “massive influence” on their last album

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact One of the highest-selling musical groups of all time has acknowledged the Australian roots of their latest album. The surviving members of Pink Floyd say that Perth-act Tame Impala has had an overwhelming and massive influence on their first release in over 20 years. In 2007, Kevin Parker and Tame Impala shot to international fame...



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