Category: News

Content and Membership Information | TOTT News

The following page gives an overview of content by TOTTNEWS.COM available to the general public, Subscriber Content and Member Content, as well as information on our membership options. Please contact us if you have any questions and we will be happy to help! Related information:About | Archive | Donation | FAQ PUBLIC CONTENT Cost: FREE The

Continue reading

Ministers involved in shredding of ‘Heiner Affair’ papers may be guilty of criminal offence

25 years after allegations of sexual abuse at the John Oxley Youth Detention Centre in the 1980s, Commissioner Tim Carmody, QC, has delivered his final reports on the long-going investigation into the shredding of documents by the Goss Government in 1990. Although the reports found no grounds for cover-up, Queensland Attorney General, Jarrod Bleijie (pictured above)

Continue reading

Hundreds ‘March Against Monsanto’ in Brisbane

The streets of Brisbane were filled today with protesters campaigning against agribusiness giant Monsanto, to raise awareness about an issue that some say is more important than any other – our food, our farmers, our Eco-system and ultimately – our health. TOTT News was present at the Brisbane ‘March Against Monsanto’, an event held in

Continue reading

Campaign launched to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres and preschools

***UPDATE*** – NSW HAS NOW APPROVED THE VACCINATION LAWS! – $4000 fines apply for centres that refuse. Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/big-win-for-no-jab-no-play-as-nsw-state-cabinet-approves-tough-new-vaccination-laws/story-e6frfkp9-1226652581582 ————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Note from Ethan: Welcome to the Nanny State on steroids! Childcare centres should have the right to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres and preschools under a proposed “no jab, no play” policy. The

Continue reading

Queensland police to use surveillance drones to combat crime ahead of G20 conference

Queensland police plan to send drones into the skies for bikie and anti-terror surveillance ahead of the G20 conference in Brisbane. The $30-an-hour drones would also be used for covert drug crop identification, traffic operations and natural disasters following a successful trial last year. The Courier-Mail can reveal Police Minister Jack Dempsey wants the aircraft,

Continue reading