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Melbourne on the cusp of becoming the world's most locked down city

NewstalkZB 24 Sep 2021
By the time Melbourne's lockdown ends on October 26, it will have spent 267 days in lockdown since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic ... You can see it in the heavy police presence in the Melbourne CBD, and the isolated but shocking clashes between some members of law enforcement and the protesters.

Melbourne Police Department Joins North American Railroad Safety Effort

Space Coast Daily 23 Sep 2021
Melbourne Police Department is proud to be joining forces with law enforcement agencies in the U.S ... BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Melbourne Police Department is joining forces with law enforcement agencies in the U.S ... During “Operation Clear Track,” law enforcement ...

Distanced from the world, disconnected from our team and slowly losing our minds

Yahoo Daily News 23 Sep 2021
Without AFL grand final Melbourne’s streets are a requiem for a team ... For Melbourne supporters ... But Melbourne supporters won’t ... For Melbourne supporters, already at the mercy of lockdown laws, earthquakes, conspiracy theorists, Norm Smith’s curse and Luke Beveridge’s magnets, the next 72 hours are going to be a special kind of torture.

Riot police out in force in Melbourne CBD as essential workers sent home

The Daily Telegraph Australia 22 Sep 2021
Law enforcement personnel are on alert for any illegal activity despite ...

‘Fxxk the jab’ protesters block Melbourne’s West Gate Freeway, clash with riot police (VIDEOS)

Russia Today 21 Sep 2021
Traffic was blocked on Tuesday in both directions on Melbourne’s West Gate Freeway after people angry about forced vaccinations cut off the road ... Thousands of demonstrators, many of them wearing orange and yellow construction uniforms, then marched through Melbourne streets ... There were some serious clashes between the marchers and law enforcement.

Dan Andrews FINALLY addresses violent anti-vaxx protesters causing chaos in Melbourne - but spectacularly fails ...

The Daily Mail 21 Sep 2021
Dan Andrews has failed to strongly condemn the disgraceful riots in Melbourne that have seen projectiles thrown at police cars, officers charged by rioters and traffic stopped throughout the city ... Protesters lit flares as they converged on the streets of the Melbourne CBD for the second 'freedom' rally in as many days.

Terrifying scenes as cops fire rubber bullets at tradies as internal union war over vaccination ...

The Daily Mail 20 Sep 2021
Protesters rallying against Covid mandates on tradies have began smashing the windows and destroying the property of a union building in Melbourne as the demonstrations turn ugly ... It is the second ugly riot in two days for Melbourne as workers wage war on state officials, law enforcement and even their own union representatives.

Why unions support vaccination - but not employer mandates

Beijing News 20 Sep 2021
The American union movement has split over President Joe Biden's proposal for companies with more than 100 employees to vaccinate their workforces against COVID-19 ... Four interlocking principles underpin this position. They are. ... Read more ... Read more ... Author. Joo-Cheong Tham - Professor, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne ....

Cowardly protester wearing a black hoodie attacks THREE police officers as anti-lockdown demonstrators overpower cops ...

The Daily Mail 18 Sep 2021
An anti-lockdown thug has attacked three officers during ugly scenes which saw 100 demonstrators charge at police in Melbourne ... On a failed day of nationwide anti-lockdown protests, the wildest scenes were in Melbourne, where hooligans bashed police in a vicious confrontation at Richmond.

Has Australia gone too far in stifling prayer? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 13 Sep 2021
I, for one, don’t believe in secret prayer services or breaking laws that are created to safeguard life ... But that is nothing compared to my sister-in-law in Melbourne who, over the past 18 odd months, has spent perhaps seven months in lockdown along with the rest of the inhabitants of Australia’s second-largest city.

Extraordinary moment an orthodox Jewish man climbs along rooftops to allegedly use a secret entrance ...

The Daily Mail 10 Sep 2021
A man in traditional Jewish clothing has been filmed crawling along the rooftops of a Melbourne synagogue where it's alleged worshippers have been using a secret entrance to get around the city's lockdown laws ... Police speak to worshippers (pictured) at a Jewish New Year's celebration at the Adass Israel Synagogue in Ripponlea, Melbourne, on Tuesday.

Model Erin Holland reveals fellow WAG Nadia Bartel is 'really struggling' after she was filmed ...

The Daily Mail 10 Sep 2021
Erin Holland has weighed in on Nadia Bartel's lockdown scandal after the former football WAG was filmed snorting a white powder at an illegal gathering in Melbourne last week ... 'But at the end of the day, that's what happens when you break the law, and it happens to have gone viral this time.' RELATED ARTICLES ... Trouble with the law.

EXCLUSIVE: MasterChef contestant Ben Ungermann and his South African fiancée Leigh-Anne Williams appear tense after ...

The Daily Mail 10 Sep 2021
The charges were laid by the Melbourne Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team, following an investigation into an incident at Docklands on February 23 ... 'He has been bailed to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on June 25.' ... Trouble with the law.

How 'untouchable' Jewish worshippers flouted Melbourne's lockdown laws for MONTHS by holding gatherings posing as ...

The Daily Mail 09 Sep 2021
Worshippers who flouted Melbourne's lockdown laws to celebrate Jewish New Year were breaching coronavirus restrictions for months by pretending to be an Alcoholics Anonymous mental health group, a local MP claims ... Ugly scenes in Melbourne as up to 100 worshippers flock to a...

Australia’s top court finds media companies liable for other people’s Facebook comments

Live Mint 08 Sep 2021
Jason Bosland, an associate professor at the University of Melbourne’s law school, said it could hinder the ability of media companies to promote important public-interest journalism ... A reform of Australia’s laws, aimed at giving media companies stronger defenses in court, is already under way and some Australian states have approved changes.