An Adelaide man is issued a caution and a fine for modifications to his car, including a solar panel on the bonnet and gas bottle attached to the spare tyre holder.
Dubai law enforcement could zip through the city on electric hoverbikes in the future. At the GITEX technology week, the Dubai Police announced a police hoverbike, which is the Hoversurf Scorpion 3 manufactured by Russian...
Green peer Jenny Jones says the police’s actions at a fracking protest show they are helping impose government policy and defending corporate interestsWhen the police forcibly remove a 79-year-old woman for serving refreshments...
Jackie Brookes, who had been providing refreshments at Kirby Misperton camp for past month, accuses officers of bullying
North Wales’ Arfon Jones, a former anti-fracking activist, had queried why his force was helping Lancashire police
Scuffles and accusations of aggression increase at Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road shale gas exploration site
Police commissioner demands £200,000 in costs saying firm put people at risk of serious injury after it abandoned plans for a test site just weeks after eviction of protestors
Campaigners at Barton Moss in Salford tell researchers they were groped and threatened by Greater Manchester officers
While much of the country takes a break, there are people working hard behind the scenes to keep the lights on, the traffic moving and the streets safe
A department-by-department rundown of how Osborne’s changes will hit health, education and others in Whitehall
George Osborne has unveiled the results of the government’s spending review; here we analyse the key points in 25 main areas
Special Branch concerned about public meeting at university to debate fracking, new documents show
How the country could look in six years’ time if spending cuts and austerity measures continueLocal government has already endured a 40% cut since 2010...
On a weekend in America dedicated to eating dead birds, an innocent and endangered bird became the most recent victim of Afghanistan’s fight against the Taliban...
A hunger strike ends in violence when police fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and water canons at a protest by garment factory workers in Bangladesh this past week...
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