Just briefly….

Referee, Cesar Flores, was shot dead after he issued a red card to a player during an Argentinean football match. The player left the field but returned with a gun killing the referee with three shots and wounding another player.

Australia’s population reached the 24 million mark with the birth of a child in the early hours of 16 February.

At least another 50 people have been killed when air strikes in Syria hit hospitals and a school.

Several people have been reported injured when Ugandan police fire bullets and tear gas into rock throwing protestors in the lead up to the presidential elections in the country.

The United Nations are opposed to WA’s proposed legislation to criminalise and penalise protestors.

Doctors say green tea extract used in dietary supplements is most likely the cause of WA man, Matthew Whitby’s near death through liver failure.

A 400-carat diamond has been unearthed in Angola by Perth-based Lucapa Diamond Company.

Despite warnings from the World Health Organisation, Australian councils are still using glyphosate (Roundup) – a weed killer that WHO states probably causes cancer – on public grounds.

It’s been reported James Hird has had his $750,000 legal debt paid off by an unknown benefactor.

It’s hard to explain puns to kleptomaniacs because they always take things literally.”