- Survivors relive the bloody nightmare of School No. 1 - Global Terrorism - www.smh.com.au / Hundreds still missing after Beslan siege. 06/09/2004. ABC News Online. Words cannot describe this. Nothing justifies this - no political cause, no religion, no previous harm makes these actions appropriate.
- Terrorists incite rising disgust in Arab states - Global Terrorism - www.smh.com.au:
'What is the guilt of those children? Why should they be responsible for your conflict with the government?' Grand Sheik Mohammed Sayed Tantawi, Egypt's highest-ranking imam, railed during Friday prayers in the Egyptian town of Benha. 'You are taking Islam as a cover and it is a deceptive cover; those who carry out the kidnappings are criminals, not Muslims.'
- PM ups ante on Medicare rebate - Election 2004 - www.smh.com.au:
Prime Minister John Howard today announced a $1.8 billion measure to increase the Medicare rebate for all patients.Doesn't say how the government will pay for it. Probably via increased tax.
- Fast lane to ban - People - www.smh.com.au:
Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay will appear in court today to hear if he is to be banned from driving.If he is banned, Jay will have brought it on himself. He should have kept this sort of thing on the track - he can afford it after all.
- Muppets take out most popular scientists award. 06/09/2004. ABC News Online:
Muppets Dr Bunsen Honeydew and his assistant Beaker defeated Dr Strangelove, Dana Scully of X Files fame and Star Trek's Mr Spock to be voted Britain's favourite screen scientists on Monday.
Add Your Comments
Please use Name/URL or an OpenID option rather than posting anonymously.