A company helping to provide cheap rental housing for low income earners, and headed by a former president of Family First in Victoria, Ashley Fenn, has had its charity status revoked following an investigation into its activities by the regulator.
A commuter raised concerns with the operator of Melbourne’s suburban rail network about the extent of the gap between trains and the platform at Toorak’s Heyington Station just three months before an 18-year-old man slipped and was killed early last year.
No uniform standard applies to the gap between trains and platforms on Melbourne’s rail network, with budget constraints stalling efforts to correct dangerous situations, an investigation by The Citizen has found.
Key Australian government officials sounded early warnings about the rapidly deteriorating situation in East Timor in the late 1970s that led to the starvation deaths of an estimated 100,000 people, recently-released diplomatic cables reveal.
Melbourne University's computer systems have been hacked twice in recent months, as leading Australian universities increasingly fall prey to hackers and cybercrime, testing security specialists and alarming the academic community.