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Islamic State targets Australian teens: The victims of IS social media campaign

By Bennet Nichol Islamic State is targeting Australia’s impressionable teen population with large-scale social media campaigns designed to lure teens into the violent cult’s circles. As of April 2015, 21 Australians have traveled to the Middle East, and have been killed carrying out terrorist attacks. The Islamic State uses these 21 deaths in order to lever more support from [...]

Five teens take ambulance on 500km joy-ride in north-western Queensland

By Bennet Nichol Five teens have been charged for stealing an ambulance and taking it on a 500 kilometre joy-ride in Doomadgee, near Mt Isa. The group of boys allegedly stole the ambulance from a health facility in Doomadgee at 4am yesterday morning, and proceeded to drive it 500 kilometres west until crashing near Camooweal. The five teenage boys, aged 13 to 16 have been charged with [...]

Public school students hit back at College bullies

Students from Pakenham Secondary College, in Victoria, have put their elitist bullies from Xavier College in their place, branding them “nasty” and “cocky”. A group of boys from the $25,000-a-year Kew private school filled a Facebook VCE forum with vile slurs about state students. One said he felt glad he went to a private school ­instead of a “poverty-stricken s–thole [...]

Attorney-General pushes for stronger controls on teenage terrorism suspects

By Bennet Nichol Teenage terrorism suspects should be the subject of tighter controls according to the NSW Government and Attorney-General George Brandis. The controls would limit the movements of terrorism suspects as young as 14, in light of the recent shooting at a Parramatta police station. In an interview with the ABC, Senator Brandis said the Islamic State is targeting Australian [...]
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