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THE AGE HACKING SCANDAL: Journalist-hackers from The Age set to confess their alleged crimes in plea-bargain

When The Age hackers were first accused of hacking offences, they denied it. Then they claimed it was in the ‘public interest’ and would be fighting it all the way when they were charged by prosecutors. Now, as their day of justice draws closer, the hackers now seem ready to confess their alleged crimes in a desperate bid to avoid jail.

Backlash against “rigged” local government referendum grows #auspol

Tim Wilson from the IPA speaks for many worried about the integrity of the local government constitutional referendum, where the Yes case will receive $10M+ of taxpayers’ and ratepayers’ funds while the No case will only get $500K.

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Council-owned gallery displays porn artwork with kids’ faces

A Port Philip council owned gallery has been raided for displaying artworks of sex acts with children.

VEXNEWS regular Adrian Jackson was there and indeed appears to have predicted the raid.…

French diplomat in Australia shamed by thieving French backpackers

An amusing headline “French nickers cause a stink down under” makes light of a serious situation involving rampaging French backpacker brats stealing there way through Australia to the extent that shoplifting is referred to by some as “French shopping” according

JAKE THE SNAKE DEAD: Tragic end to Victoria’s seediest and sleaziest sex shakedown saga

A sad end to a sorry saga. The bad lad who cost a Victorian MP his political career by attempting to shake him down for $15,000 with a gay sex tape is dead, aged 29 years old.

THE AGE HACKING SCANDAL: The Age’s criminal defendants disrespect court with “no-show”

Charged with crimes that could get them two years imprisonment, three arrogant Fairfax journos and a senior Greensparty operative and state government bureaucrat didn’t bother attending the Melbourne Magistrates Court for the first hearing Thursday.

GREENSPARTY’S WATERGATE: Hip and cool WikiLeaks party set to swoop on ethically challenged Greensparty

Criminal charges for a senior Greensparty honcho, Fraser Brindley, over the illegal penetration of a rival political party’s computers, will make it very difficult indeed for the party to pretend it’s the moral superior of other parties. With looming threats like the WikiLeaks party set to pick at their carcass after three years of being closely connected with an unpopular federal Labor government, things aren’t looking good for once idealistic enviro-party in the post Bob Brown era.

MIKE TYLER CHARGED: Casey CEO to be boned if found guilty of sex cover-up crimes

A powerful Victorian local government bureaucrat has been charged with illegally covering up an expensive legal settlement with one of his sexual harassment victims. VEXNEWS explores our role in his imminent downfall.

THE INEVITABLE: US plaintiff lawyer sues Subway over Footlongs that come up short

When an Australian objected on social media to his Subway footlong coming up short, he started a tsunami of complaint over Subway that has now led to a class-action lawsuit against them over their false representations of length. The hungry

Brothers 4 Life crime gang bosses drive Mercedes, run drugs, protection rackets & anti-US protests

A crime gang from Sydney’s west drives around in Mercedes Benzes while engaged in murders, drive-by shootings, drug trafficking, protection rackets and participating in anti-US riots. Their logo is two crossed AK47 machine guns.

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