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The head of Australia's domestic spy agency, David Irvine, says he believes a clerical error may have led his staff to initially clear a convicted murderer and terrorist for community detention. Federal Police have revealed an asylum seeker who
David Irvine says the fear is the young men are becoming radicalised by their experiences and that they may present a future terrorism risk once they return to Australia. "We continue to be concerned about young Australians going overseas to fight on
The quick-as-a-flash incident unfolded in front of the tip operator Alan Irvine at 10.15am on the western outskirts of Waihi. The man was the second customer to roll into the Hauraki District Council facility at the end of Dean Cres that day...He
David Irvine says there has been a rise in the efforts of some Australians to support violent jihad, although the number remains "very small" in absolute terms. "It's a fact that we continue to have in Australia people who believe that violence is
THE head of the nation's spy agency says a steady stream of Australians is travelling overseas for terrorist training. David Irvine says as well as Australians who join terror groups abroad, there is also a worrying threat from "lone wolves" who are
The Food Network chef Robert Irvine hosts the popular show Restaurant: Impossible, in which he and his team race to turn around a troubled restaurant on a 48-hour deadline. During a recent episode, Mr. Irvine renovated a community center in
After the Cameras Leave the Kitchen Kalim Bhatti for The New York Times Doug Krick Sr. had planned to close his restaurant before it was saved by "Restaurant: Impossible." Published: July 9, 2012 SAY this for Restaurant: Impossible, the hit Food
Authority (ERA) to pay an employee, James Irvine, $75,000 for lost wages and $19,000 compensation. Mr Cross said yesterday an appeal had been lodged with the Employment Court and, because it was before the court, he could not say anything more.
Recover Canterbury was established after the earthquakes by the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce , the Canterbury Development Corporation and various Government agencies to work directly with earthquake-affected businesses to help accelerate
James Irvine had worked for Timaru-based company Andar Holdings for several years before it was sold to engineering firm Wallace & Cooper. He stayed on as the company's sales and marketing manager, for which he was to be paid $150,000 a year.