Thursday, 23 January 2014

Australian newspaper front pages Thursday 23 January

23-01-2014 smh
Canberra’s fractious relationship with Jakarta faces new strains after Tony Abbott bluntly reaffirmed Australia’s intention to stop the flow of asylum seeker boats, prompting an immediate response from Indonesia. The Prime Minister said Australia was entitled to protect its borders and would continue to do so, irrespective of Indonesian concerns over territorial incursions. But the statement provoked Djoko Suyanto, the Indonesian security affairs minister, to hit back with a text message to Fairfax Media. Australia ‘‘must understand the meaning of the sovereignty of the republic of Indonesia, which the Australian navy breached in the way it did,” Air Marshal Djoko said.
23-01-2014 age
Terrorist groups are profiting as part of a money- laundering operation involving the hundreds of millions of dollars Australians spend on illegal drugs. The revelations come as Australia’s biggest money- laundering probe, Project Eligo, has identified hundreds of unwitting Australian residents being duped into helping launder the drug money overseas, including funds generated by outlaw motorcycle groups and people smuggling operations. The money- laundering investigation has uncovered 40 separate money- laundering operations across Australia that are involved in moving hundreds of millions of dollars in drug money offshore.
23-01-2014 australian
23-01-2014 cm
NEWLYWED couples will soon be given a Government-funded $200 voucher for marriage and relationship counselling. Social Services Minister Kevin Andrews has revealed $20 million had been set aside to fund the program, designed to strengthen relationships and prevent family breakdown.
23-01-2014 dt
23-01-2014 hs
23-01-2014 mercury
23-01-2014 advertiser
23-01-2014 nt
23-01-2014 gc
23-01-2014 cairns
23-01-2014 townsville
23-01-2014 geelong
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