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Two men charged over 'shocking' Point Cook home invasion
Two men have faced court charged with home invasion offences after an alleged aggravated burglary in Melbourne's west in which a mother and father received injuries while their two young children were in the home. Police believe two men broke into a...

Man on the run after allegedly indecently assaulting woman in Broome caravan park
Police are hunting a man who allegedly snuck into a caravan and indecently assaulted a sleeping woman in the State's north. The woman was attacked in a Broome caravan park at some time between 10pm and 11pm on Sunday night, according to Police.

Australia's workplaces failing to accurately measure cultural diversity of staff, report finds
Australian organisations and businesses are failing to capitalise on the cultural diversity of their workforce by not measuring it properly, researchers say. A new report from Diversity Council Australia and the University of Sydney Business School released...

PKKP want to co-manage mine sites, as one year Juukan anniversary looms
Traditional owners say they want to co-manage mine sites with industry giant Rio Tinto, a year after the company deliberately blasted two culturally significant 46,000-year-old rock shelters in the Pilbara. By. Karen Michelmore, Lindy Kerin, Shahni Wellington.

The Wynnum Herald - no more hard copy

The Wynnum Herald a paper that has server the Wynnum Manly area since the first issue in January 1946, printed copy has come to an end. The paper founded by brothers George and Stan Lockwood is now only available on line via subscription to The Courier Mail.

To fill the gap local resident Damian Lugg has been working on a local monthly newsletter with the first issue being June 2020. The 1st edition will be delivered this week and is available online click here for issue 1.