Young people returning to sentenced youth justice supervision 2014–15

Young people returning to sentenced youth justice supervision 2014–15

released: 22 Jul 2016 author: AIHW Most young people who have a supervised sentence serve only 1 sentence and do not return. For those born from 1990–91 to 1996–97, around 62% received only 1 sentence before the age of 18. The younger a person is at the time of first receiving a supervision sentence, the more likely they are to return. Of the young people aged 10–16 in 2013–14 and released from sentenced community-based supervision, around 23% returned to sentenced supervision in 6 months, and 46% returned within 12 months….

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Stocks and bonds in rare tandem rally as 'fear outperforming greed'

Stocks and bonds in rare tandem rally as 'fear outperforming greed'

Posted July 22, 2016 09:34:10 Photo: Both equity and bond markets have rallied at the same time. (Timothy A Clary: AFP) Global share markets are on a tear. Don’t worry about the Brexit, wobbly Italian banks or the constant downgrading of already below trend global growth, equities are in and “risk” is the new black. In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has put on 4 per cent in the past month, seemingly punching higher to a new record close every day – well until last night’s session when…

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Melania Trump's speechwriter takes blame for remarks lifted from Michelle Obama

Melania Trump's speechwriter takes blame for remarks lifted from Michelle Obama

Cleveland: A long-time employee of the Trump Organisation has taken responsibility for lifting two passages from a speech by first lady Michelle Obama for Melania Trump’s address at the Republican National Convention on Monday, saying that it was an innocent mistake. Nonetheless, her explanation for how Mrs Obama’s words got into the speech appeared to confirm Mrs Trump’s plagiarism of the first lady. Two passages in Mrs Trump’s speech closely mirror those in Mrs Obama’s address at the Democratic National Convention in 2008. Previous slideNext slide Trump staff writer takes blame for Melania speech Michelle Obama does Carpool…

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Headbang in the New Year (The West Australian)

Headbang in the New Year (The West Australian)

Simon Collins –The West Australianon July 21, 2016, 1:11 pm The Amity Affliction release a new album in August before headlining Redfest on New Year’s Eve. Chart-topping Queensland metalcore band the Amity Affliction headline New Year’s Eve heavy music event, Redfest. To be held at Red Hill Auditorium on December 31, the mini-fest of headbanger’s favourites also stars Perth heroes Make Them Suffer and Saviour alongside Sydney’s Northlane and Hellions plus Melbourne’s Deez Nuts. The announcement of the six-band celebration of Australia’s strong heavy music scene comes the month before…

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