AU PAIR, OH BOY! Peter Dutton now embroiled in "young Asian women" sex worker scandal involving disgraced mayor Paul Pisasale as nation wonders "what's the go with the au pairs"
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AU PAIR, OH BOY! Peter Dutton now embroiled in “young Asian women” sex worker scandal involving disgraced mayor Paul Pisasale as nation wonders “what’s the go with the au pairs”

EXCLUSIVE: With many Australians wondering “what’s the go with the au pairs” after it was revealed Home Affairs Minster Peter Dutton has stepped in to allow three young, attractive, western-European women entry into Australia despite dodgy visa issues, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that Dutton has been named by a whistleblower as being regularly contacted by disgraced former Ipswich mayor, Paul Pisasale, on behalf of “young Asian women”. [READ MORE]

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"OILY DOYLEY"! On the trail of the not-so-lonesome Robert Doyle
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“OILY DOYLEY”! On the trail of the not-so-lonesome Robert Doyle

EXCLUSIVE: Robert Doyle resigned earlier this year as Melbourne’s lord mayor after a flurry of sexual harassment complaints against him became public. Since then, he’s kept a low profile and the allegations against him have seemingly gone nowhere due to the Liberal Party heavyweight’s apparent ill health. Our Melbourne correspondent, Gary Johnston, takes a look at just how sick Robert Doyle truly is, as well as persisting claims he took advantage of young female students under his care when a teacher in the 1970s. [READ MORE]

PROPERTY TYCOON SON SEES RED AND HITS & RUNS! James Malouf, son of Sydney real estate agent Bill Malouf, guilty of running over woman but media was all silent
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PROPERTY TYCOON SON SEES RED AND HITS & RUNS! James Malouf, son of Sydney real estate agent Bill Malouf, guilty of running over woman but media was all silent

EXCLUSIVE: Six years ago, the son of one of Sydney’s most wealthy and powerful real estate agents ran a red light without slowing down and then almost killed an innocent woman crossing the road, before attempting to flee. It’s an incident which would usually be reported on by many journalists. But in a city addicted to real estate speculation and property development, there are suggestions the media helped shut down the story. True Crime News Weekly publisher, Serkan Ozturk, reports. [READ MORE]