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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/go...d45f9b45429741

      A GOVERNMENT program aimed at providing incentives to companies that hire indigenous workers has been suspended over allegations of fraud.

      The full extent of the fraud is unknown at this time, but is suspected to involve tens of thousands of dollars, but most likely more.

      Infrastructure Minister Nicole Manison suspended the Indigenous Employment Provision Sum program Friday afternoon after being informed of “potential widespread fraud” by the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics following an audit.

      Ms Manison said six companies have been referred to NT Police for investigation. More could be referred later.

      “The program was well intentioned, well meaning and was all about ensuring we had more indigenous Territorians in jobs,” she said.

      “However, there have been cases brought forward that the Department has now had to refer to police.

      “In the meantime, we are working to look at what can replace this program.

      “We’re still targeting making sure we are enhancing employment opportunities for indigenous Territorians.”

      It is alleged companies were improperly claiming indigenous employees who weren’t indigenous in order to qualify for construction contract tenders.

      Ms Manison said there was no independent oversight of the program to check on the individual companies’ employment claims.

      “However some questions have been raised around that,” she said.

      oh! Bravo! Their racist scheme of making
      Two Australias (one for boongs and one for
      Non boongs )backfires ....and wastes tax payers money again .Fair dinkum! I am tired of
      This Abo "industry" shit!Everytime you give boongs a break it winds up with trouble! When is it going to stop? Want
      To give them jobs? Put them on a treadmill to make
      Green power for us!

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...7859d3d91707d7

      TWO police officers were forced to abandon their police car and run to safety after an angry *Coon*mob turned on them at a town camp in Alice Springs.

      The officers were called to a domestic violence incident in the Larapinta town camp on Tuesday evening when a group of 15 people began throwing rocks at them.

      A rock hit one officer in the knee, while a rock narrowly missed striking the second officer in the face.

      An assailant also swung a tyre iron at one of the officers.

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      A NEW wave of police attacks has triggered renewed calls for cop bashers to face mandatory jail time.

      The hardline calls by NT Police Association president Paul McCue follow a terrifying attack, in which an armed gang allegedly confronted officers on Tuesday at a town camp near Alice Springs.

      NT Criminals Lawyers Association president Russell Goldflam said the association did not support mandatory sentencing.

      “Every case is different. And judges ... their job is to decide what punishment fits the crime,” he said.

      Chief Minister Michael Gunner said strong penalties were already in place.

      “Anyone that is stupid enough to throw a punch or a rock at a copper is not thinking about what that consequence is and obviously that is as about as dumb a thing as you can do,” he said.

      you see the "do-gooders" don't like mandatory sentencing of Abos because they feel their high numbers are over represented in prison and therefore can't breed for the future.Wish they'd think about white preservation in the same way.

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      A POLICEWOMAN had chunks of hair torn from her scalp during a vicious attack in Alice Springs, just days after a rock-throwing mob turned on a police patrol on the town’s outskirts.

      The latest alleged assault comes amid repeated calls for mandatory jail time for attacks on police.

      Acting Assistant Commissioner Danny Bacon said police were speaking to a driver when the two alleged attackers moved towards them, one yelling loudly, shortly after 2am on Saturday.

      “She was directed to move away, before she smashed a bottle of alcohol,” he said.

      The police officer’s injuries came during a struggle to arrest the women.

      “While being arrested, the women allegedly grabbed the female officer, dropping her to the ground. During a struggle, the officer has received head and facial injuries.”

      The NT News understands the officer’s injuries included hair torn from her scalp and deep fingernail scratches to her face.

      She was taken to Alice Springs Hospital for treatment.

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      THE Northern Territory Police Association wants traditional owners to make a stand against the recent violent attacks on police officers.

      Association president Paul McCue said a clear message had to be sent that assaulting a police officer would not be *^@&!tolerated.

      “At a time when it appears the respect for police by some elements of society has fallen, it is time for all leaders in the wider community, including traditional owners, to make a stand and send a clear message,” he said.

      The call comes after an Alice Springs policewoman had chunks of hair torn from her scalp during a vicious attack in Alice Springs, just days after a rock-throwing mob turned on a police patrol on the town’s outskirts.

      RELATED: NT POLICE OFFICERS FORCED TO ABANDON CAR AT TOWN CAMP

      Early last week two police officers were forced to abandon their car and run to safety after an angry mob turned on them at a town camp near Alice Springs.

      The officers were called to a domestic violence incident in Larapinta town camp last Tuesday evening when a group of 20 people began throwing rocks at them. A female police officer was nearly struck in the head with a tyre iron and a male officer was hospitalised after he was struck in the knee by a stone.

      In July, an officer was stabbed in the stomach while attempting to arrest a man who threw a rock at a police car in Maningrida.

      In June, a cop was punched in the face twice and his partner suffered a badly twisted ankle when the pair were attacked during a standard traffic stop in Alice Springs.

      Back in January, a female police officer was the victim of an alleged coward punch.


      There were 251 recorded assaults against police officers in 2015/16 but Mr McCue said the stats could be deceiving.

      “The message needs to be clear – police are there to help in your time of need, and if you assault them, there will be consequences,” he said. “It is unacceptable we continue to have a portion of the population who think it’s OK to assault a police officer.

      “While recent statistics may demonstrate lower assaults on police, they do not tell the full story, such as the severity or near misses which may not be recorded.

      “Remember, one assault on our police is one too many.”

      He said the introduction of body worn video has assisted in quicker pleas but it will never fully act as a deterrent.

      The NT News understands Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw and senior traditional owners may address the issue this week.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...bfdefa82cee2c0

      KATHERINE police fought through the flames of a thick grass fire last year in a vain attempt to save an unconscious man burnt alive by his drunken relative.

      Wayne Bidingal, 34, has pleaded guilty to negligent manslaughter in the Supreme Court after setting fire to a patch of grass behind the United Service Station in Katherine on the night of October 12 last year, having earlier bickered with his victim over stolen grog.

      Bidingal’s victim, who the NT News has chosen not to name for cultural reasons, was one of two drinkers passed out in the grass.

      The other, Graham Ashley, woke as the flames came near.

      Bidingal also pleaded guilty to causing harm to Mr Ashley, who suffered minor burns.

      The court heard Bidingal, of Gapuwiyak, had purchased two cartons of VB around lunchtime that day and spent the afternoon drinking on the outskirts of town, at one point becoming worked up after suspecting others of stealing his drinks.

      That night, as the victim and Ashley lay sleeping in the patch of tall grass in town, a drunk Bidingal was heard saying “f*** off my grog, I’m going to burn this grass”.

      A fire Bidingal lit quickly grew out of control, and he briefly tried to stamp it out before walking away.

      When police caught up to Bidingal, he was again drinking beer and denied lighting the fire. A post-mortem revealed the victim had a blood alcohol reading of 0.32.

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      Article on dodgy coon public housing blocks throughout Sydney.Drugs,trouble,violence,disfuntion and sex work.

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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/l...16c96ae747bcb3


      THREE of the teenagers originally charged with the manslaughter of motorist Lucy Paveley were released from custody on Tuesday — only to be dramatically re-arrested in front of their families.

      Chaotic scenes erupted at the Youth Court as the boys, aged between 13 and 17, were handcuffed by seven armed SA Police officers and Operation Mandrake detectives.

      The three had spent the previous 24 hours in custody, waiting to answer allegations they had killed Ms Paveley, 40, in a horror smash at Parafield on Sunday.

      However, police dropped those charges just after 4.30pm and, as the trio emerged from the court’s cells, arrested them for the second time.

      Asked whether he had anything to say to Ms Paveley’s family, one of the boys replied: “Nothing.”

      As they were led into vans, relatives yelled “he is not f---ing resisting”.

      The arrests are unusual, as the generally accepted practice is no arrests are usually made inside court buildings.

      The only know exception to that rule was the arrest of Peter Falconio’s killer, Bradley John Murdoch, inside the Supreme Court more than a decade ago.

      SA Police Chief Inspector Matt Nairn, who supervised the operation, told the families the boys were “being charged with other offences”.

      “I just need everybody to calm down and take a breath. We will explain it to you in due time,” he said.

      “I’m not doing this in the public arena. It’s unfortunate that it’s come to this.

      “I would prefer it in another arena, but this is it ... you do not need to escalate this.”
      When the 13-year-old’s legal guardian questioned police, he too was handcuffed and accused of car theft, only to be released and apologised to.

      Chief Inspector Nairn declined to comment to The Advertiser, saying he would “brief my senior officers”.

      In a statement last night, police announced the 15-year-old had been charged with car theft offences, while the 14-year-old and 13-year-old were accused of aggravated serious criminal trespass, theft and illegal use of a car.

      Police said those charges “relate to the incidents that led to the fatal collision”.

      They will face the Youth Court again on Wednesday.


      Lucy Paveley was killed when hoons in a stolen Pajero ran a red light and slammed into her car on Sunday morning.
      Ms Paveley, a mother of two, died at Main North Rd, Parafield, on Sunday morning.

      It was the third fatal crash involving youths in stolen cars in the past 18 months.

      Ms Paveley had worked as an AnglicareSA care worker since 2013.

      Her husband, Jamie, 38, is being supported by friends at their Mawson Lakes home.

      A friend said he was “being well looked after” but was “very deeply hurt”.

      “It is so surreal for him,” the friend told The Advertiser.

      “He loved her so very much and their children will be growing up without their mother and it always will be big hole, which he will not be able to fill in.”

      Despite events at the Youth Court, two people did face charges over Ms Paveley’s death.

      Lyle Morrison, 18, of Pennington, appeared in Adelaide Magistrates Court.

      He has yet to plead to charges of manslaughter, causing death by dangerous driving and aggravated driving without due care.

      Boong cunts can't care for their kids and they are out killing innocent people in stolen cars! Try lock them up and then the "do gooders" grizzle about them being over represented in Gaol!

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      http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...66b099c956319b

      THE serial thug who attacked Wadeye nurse Vicki Myers in 2016 – his latest in a string of attacks on female nurses, teachers and service workers – has been jailed and will likely never again be allowed to live in town.

      Edmund Tcherna was on Thursday sentenced to two years and six months jail with no non-parole period over what Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Grant called the “disturbing assault” and a related property damage charge.

      He said the attack demonstrated an escalation of Tcherna’s pattern of unprovoked violence towards defenceless female service workers.

      “That sort of conduct is one of the reasons why it’s so difficult to get service workers into communities such as yours,” he said.

      Tcherna, 37, has been in jail since shortly after he ran out the front door of his house and repeatedly punched Ms Myers in the face, where she had come to pick up one of Tcherna’s relatives for treatment.

      Tcherna has brain damage from petrol sniffing as a teenager, and told his court-appointed psychiatrist Dr Mrigenrda Das this year that he liked spending time in jail.

      “He said that he liked the prison food and had a few fellow inmates with whom he enjoyed playing pool and cards,” Dr Das said in a report.

      Chief Justice Grant said Tcherna was “not altogether right in the head”.

      Travis Jackson, for Tcherna, said “given what’s happened” with recent riots in Wadeye, Tcherna “has quite a lot of family” in what has become known as the “Port Keats wing” of Holtze prison.

      Crown Prosecutor Steve Ledek said Chief Justice Grant could order Tcherna serve the rest of his jail time in Alice Springs prison, a suggestion the judge declined.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/c...d3954053c5acd8

      POLICE used special powers to shut the Nguiu Club on Bathurst Island on Thursday night after a man was knocked unconscious in a flare-up of grog-fuelled violence.

      A police spokeswoman said officers had been told locals at the bar had been flouting the strict six-beer limit in place to prevent problem drinking.

      The potential licence breaches have been referred to licensing authorities, but police believe the club licensee may not have been aware locals were drinking heavily at the club.

      An email from Sergeant Renae McGarvie to club management, seen by the NT News, says she directed the club to stay closed on Friday after “alcohol-fuelled violence and community unrest” on Wednesday and Thursday, as well as “ongoing information” about excessive drinking.

      The direction to halt trading was made under special “community unrest” provisions of the liquor license.

      A police spokeswoman said: “Police will continue to conduct foot patrols and inspection of the licensed premises.”

      She said the man who was knocked unconscious did not pursue a criminal complaint.

      The club is due to reopen today.

      The club emerged from years of financial troubles last year after the Registrar of indigenous Corporations placed it under special administration.

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