Fourth Arrest Made in Canberra in Relation to Sydney Boys' Home Abuse cathy.he 2018-06-280 views Fourth Arrest Made in Canberra in Relation to Sydney Boys' Home Abuse ACT Police on June 27 arrested an 81-year-old man in relation to the child sexual abuse at a western Sydney boys’ home between 1965 and 1985. The man was charged with 11 counts of indecent assault on a male and four counts of buggery. He was refused bail and would face the ACT Magistrates Court on June 28, when police would seek his extradition from Canberra. The arrest was the fourth this year regarding the abuse at Daruk Training School at Berkshire Park, The Canberra Times reported. Credit: ACT Policing via Storyful
Nowroz Amin was arrested from his south-western Sydney home on June 16 following a lengthy joint investigation by a number of law enforcement agencies, including the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and New South Wales (NSW) police, that was triggered after extremist materials were found in the man's possession.
Australian fans could be seen dancing and cheering on their way out of the Kazan Arena saying the Socceroos held their own against one of the tournament favourites.
French supporters on the other hand were relieved by the narrow victory believing their team will get better in their next games.
A video review system intended to correct referee errors served only to deliver more contention as technology played a decisive role in France's 2-1 win over Australia.
France striker Antoine Griezmann scored from the first-ever penalty awarded by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) at a World Cup after he was brought down by a sliding challenge from Socceroos defender Josh Risdon just inside the box.
Americans Try Tim Tam Slam ... With Mixed Results cathy.he 2018-06-174 views Americans Try Tim Tam Slam ... With Mixed Results Staff at the US embassy in Canberra take their job very seriously in bridging Australian and American cultures. In this fun video, posted on June 15, the embassy staff try the infamous Tim Tam slam, in which the famous Australian chocolate biscuit is used as a makeshift straw. Credit: US Embassy Canberra via Storyful
Pick-Up Truck Flies Through Air and Lands on 3 Vehicles in Queensland Crash cathy.he 2018-06-172K views Pick-Up Truck Flies Through Air and Lands on 3 Vehicles in Queensland Crash A pick-up driver lost control of his vehicle in Caboolture, Queensland on Friday, June 14, causing it to fly through the air and land on three vehicles, injuring a number of people. A 23-year-old man was arrested and tested for illegal substances, according to Yahoo7. Credit: Clayton's Towing via Storyful