Teen ‘assaulted in hunt for stolen motorcycle’

Teen ‘assaulted in hunt for stolen motorcycle’

TWO men who allegedly went out searching for their stolen motorcycle have received a string of charges after their hunt allegedly turned violent. Police say the men went looking for the off road motorcycle in the pine plantation in Ellenbrook about 12pm on Saturday after spotting it being ridden. It’s alleged when they arrived they approached a group of men and a fight broke out. The men allegedly assaulted a 15-year-old several times and threatened him with a weapon before forcing him to get into their car. During the journey…

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Ricky Stuart opens fire on referees after Canberra's loss to Melbourne

Ricky Stuart opens fire on referees after Canberra's loss to Melbourne

Updated July 23, 2017 08:48:27 Photo: Ricky Stuart has never been a shrinking violet when it comes to talking about the referees. (AAP: Mick Tsikas) Related Story: ‘A poor look for the game’: Soliola not sent off despite sickening hit on Slater Related Story: Cowboys scoot past Warriors after battered Storm beat Raiders Canberra coach Ricky Stuart can expect another hefty fine from the NRL after unleashing another tirade towards the referees. While a lot of the talk after Melbourne’s 20-14 win over the Raiders was about Sia Soliola somehow…

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Yes, this guy is fur real

Yes, this guy is fur real

PERTH socialite Shane Pavlinovich says he wears furs because he “loves and respects” animals. The eccentric jewellery designer is a regular at Perth social events where he often wears vintage or ethically sourced fur hats, coats and scarves from his extensive collection, teamed with extravagant pearl necklaces. He also wears them at his office job. “I’ve always had a love of furs and as a child, little ducklings and chickens and soft things,” he said. media_cameraShane Pavlinovich. Picture: Daniel Wilkins A former animal registrar at Perth Zoo, Pavlinovich was responsible…

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Powderfinger reunite for surprise Splendour set

Powderfinger reunite for surprise Splendour set

Updated July 22, 2017 23:42:15 Photo: The Brisbane band played classics including These Days. (Triple J) Related Story: This year’s Splendour in the Grass line-up is here Related Story: Sun sets on Powderfinger Iconic Brisbane band Powderfinger has treated festival-goers at Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay to a surprise set. Frontman Bernard Fanning was set to play solo on Saturday night, but was instead joined by bandmates Darren Middleton, Ian Haug and John Collins — in their first performance together in seven years. “It’s been 10 years since…

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