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Firms fined for quarry death
Business Quarter

Firms fined for quarry death

Gary Ian Ward, 43, of Crook, was working for Ward Bros (Plant Hire) as a mechanical fitter when the incident happened on February 19 2009 at Divethill Quarry in Northumberland, which is owned by CEMEX UK Materials. The incident was investigated ... Business Quarter, 1 day ago

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Batemans Bay Post, 2 months ago

Daniel Crooks awarded the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission

MELBOURNE .- Following the first critically acclaimed Ian Potter Moving Image Commission (IPMIC), the second $100,000 commission in the ten-year program for new works by mid-career Australian artists has been awarded to celebrated Melbourne-based ...
 Artdaily.org1 month ago
Information Week

Don't Mug Me For My Password!

In today's information-based world, crooks are targeting mobile devices -- and the data on them. The healthcare industry is particularly vulnerable. For the last couple of years, I've been educating Health First employees that mobile devices are ...
 Information Week3 days ago

Kenya: When crooks ruin your Christmas and gift you with kicks and blows

The thing with having exams in this season, as I wrote last week, is that by the time you are done, getting transport back home is hectic. I am sure this cannot be said of my Kikuyu friends, because come on, your ocha is just a thirty-minute ...
 East African Standard4 days ago
Irish Times

22:36Leinster snatch narrow win

Leinster came through a nail-biting European Champions Cup rematch with Harlequins as Ian Madigan's 71st-minute penalty gave them a 14-13 win at the Aviva Stadium. Matt O'Connor's men avenged last Sunday's 24-18 loss at the Stoop - but only just - ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago Lacklustre Leinster settle for game of patience as Ian Madigan boots them over line  Irish Times1 month ago Ian Madigan kicks Leinster to ugly victory in Castres  Irish Times1 month ago 'Quality' Ian Madigan on the money as Leinster win ugly  Irish Independent1 month ago

Dopey crooks break into home to steal wad of cash - which turned out to be TISSUES

A PAIR of dozy crooks carried out a smash-and-grab raid on a home to steal a wad of £50 notes - only to discover their loot was novelty TISSUES. Dopey Michael Hogg, 33, and Andrew Wood, 28, thought they could commit an easy crime when they spotted ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 month ago Dopey burglars try to steal wad of £50 notes - that were actually novelty TISSUES  Irish Mirror1 month ago
NDTV

A Tabloid 'Fake Sheikh,' Bane of Crooks and Royalty, Finds He's Now the Story

London: Mazher Mahmood was 21 when he first posed as a wealthy sheikh. A reporter from Birmingham, England, intent on exposing a prostitution ring at a local hotel, he donned a white robe he had bought for 12 pounds at an Islamic bookshop, checked ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Auction of million dollar bale, 1995

A younger Michael Crooks (centre) celebrates after selling the 'million dollar bale' on behalf of very happy vendor Ian
 ABC Online1 month ago Auctioneer behind the famous 'million dollar wool bale' puts down the gavel after half a century  ABC Online1 month ago
Melbourne Age

John Williams makes mark in Senate as battler for underdog

Profile: The sheep-shearing senator taking on big business The arrest and charging of colourful financier Ian Lazar marks another win for Senator John Williams in a campaign for change that has seen his life threatened. Lazar on Friday faced court ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Western Sydney Wanderers to confirm $20m centre  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Wanderers set for $18 million centre of excellence  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Wanderers to put down roots in Blacktown  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

ICAC defended against 'star chamber' claims

The Sydney silk who led historic corruption inquiries into crooked former Labor kingpin Eddie Obeid has hit back at claims the anti-corruption commission is a "star chamber" that results in few prosecutions. In a robust defence of the Independent ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Sydney silk Geoffrey Watson defends ICAC against 'star chamber' claims  Canberra Times1 month ago
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