AFRICAN THUG ACCUSED OF BEATING A STRANGER WITH A METAL BATON IN UNPROVOKED ATTACK IS FREED ON BAIL
An alleged thug accused of bashing strangers along an inner-Melbourne beach remains free in the community after being released on bail.
Mechac Mukanu, 18, is accused of bashing a stranger with a baton in an unprovoked attack in trendy St Kilda, just outside of Melbourne, in December last year.
The alleged gang member was locked-up after shocking footage was released showing a mob of African youths, allegedly including Mukanu, repeatedly stomping on three men before robbing them.
OVER A THOUSAND INDIAN STUDENTS STRIPPED OF THEIR VISAS IN 2019
Thousands of international students had their visas cancelled last year for a number of reasons, including for providing false documents and non-compliance with visa conditions. Students from India accounted for over 1,100 cancellations, behind those from China and South Korea, according to the Department of Home Affairs.
WHY ELEVEN OF AUSTRALIA’S MOST DANGEROUS TERRORISTS COULD BE WALKING THE STREETS THIS YEAR – INCLUDING ONE WHO PLOTTED TO CAUSE ‘MAXIMUM DAMAGE’ IN MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY
Eleven of Australia’s most dangerous terrorists are set to be released from prison and could be walking the streets this year.
They include Islamic extremist Abdul Nacer Benbrika – who in a police recording fifteen years ago called on his supporters in Melbourne and Sydney to ’cause maximum damage’.
Five terrorists behind bars in New South Wales and six in Victoria due to be released – but will likely face a battle from police to keep them in jail.
A series of terror-related convictions in recent years mean a record number of extremists could be freed in upcoming months unless authorities intervene.
Frightening moment hooded thugs armed with baseball bats and knives storm a Melbourne Woolworths and menace shoppers and staff
The frightening moment hooded thugs armed with baseball bats and a kitchen knife stormed a Woolworths has been caught on camera.
The video showed the gang of youths as they terrorised customers and employees at Lyndhurst Woolworths on Thompsons Road, in Melbourne‘s south east, just before 9pm on Sunday.
Scared workers screamed with their arms in the air as the offenders shouted from across the room and began counting back from five before throwing an object over the counter.
SERVICE PROVIDERS, INCLUDING CENTRELINK AND MEDICARE STAFF, ALLEGEDLY BARRED FROM ABORIGINAL LANDS
A complaint has been lodged with South Australia’s Ombudsman surrounding allegations Centrelink staff were improperly blocked from entering remote Aboriginal communities.
The allegations centre on new access rules for the state’s APY Lands, which cover more than 100,000 square kilometres and receive approximately $2 million in State Government funding each year.
The complaint was made after documents were released by the Federal Department of Human Services (DHS) under Freedom of Information (FOI), showing a stoush over access to the state’s remote Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.