Dramatic new footage emerges of police car knocking man to the ground

Dramatic new footage emerges of police car knocking man to the ground

Posted May 10, 2018 16:48:35 Related Story: Bystander’s video of man being struck by unmarked patrol sparks internal police probe Previously unseen video of a man being hit by a police car during a dramatic chase shows the moment the man is knocked to the ground before beginning to convulse. …

Anger brews over plans to make Port Kembla a ‘dumping ground’ for WestConnex spoil

Anger brews over plans to make Port Kembla a ‘dumping ground’ for WestConnex spoil

Posted April 06, 2018 06:36:27 Photo: Port Kembla has undergone a renaissance in recent years. (ABC Illawarra: Sean O’Brien) Related Story: Preparations to demolish Port Kembla stack Related Story: Renewed push for clean-up to protect Port Kembla community from contamination There are fears a regional community at the centre of …

Fishermen fear seismic testing for gas will damage famed fishing ground off Newcastle

Fishermen fear seismic testing for gas will damage famed fishing ground off Newcastle

Updated April 02, 2018 06:53:51 Video: Seismic surveys worry fishermen over marine life impacts (ABC News) After more than 40 years trawling the waters off Newcastle in NSW, fisherman Brett Bollinger has only pulled up nets of rotten dead fish on a few occasions. Each time coincided with seismic testing …

Perth Airport link tunnel borer machine shut down after ‘ground disturbances’

Perth Airport link tunnel borer machine shut down after ‘ground disturbances’

Updated March 19, 2018 19:03:43 Photo: The machine was shut down last month after ground disturbances at the airport. (Supplied: WA Government) Related Story: Machines begin work on airport link tunnel as unions raise concerns over cost-cutting One of the two tunnel boring machines (TBM) being used to create the …

Ground Truth installation let’s you explore 30 years of Brisbane development

Ground Truth installation let’s you explore 30 years of Brisbane development

Posted March 23, 2018 13:41:25 Photo: An image of the greater Brisbane region taken on January 16, 2001. (Supplied: U.S. Geological Survey) Seeking a bird’s-eye view of our world using a drone is an obsession for some, but a group of artists, scientists, game designers and composers have come together …