Latest counter-terrorism News

Israel and Iran must de-escalate conflict to protect human rights, warn UN experts
PJCIS to review new declared areas bill
Bespoke ‘shoot house’ a first for Army
Egypt must halt executions, warn UN experts
NSW Government partnership with NRL to help regional teenagers reach their potential
Report Backs Anti-money Laundering Reforms
Police encourage road users to look after each other this Easter long weekend
Rampant abuse of counter-terrorism laws threaten human rights globally, warns UN expert
NSW Government takes action to make communities safer and support young people in regions
$500,000 reward announced to find out what happened to Wollongong woman 30 years ago – Strike Force Anthea
AUSTRAC commences investigation into online betting company bet365
Second Person Sentenced Over $153,000 Spoofing Scam
158 New Police Officers Graduate NSW Police Academy
Experts of the Committee on Enforced Disappearances Welcome Burkina Faso’s Capacity Building Efforts for Forensic Services, Ask Questions on Alleged Enforced Disappearances…
Security Council: Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts
$14 million Jindabyne Police Station officially opens – Monaro Police District
NSW Police arrest nearly 600 of the state’s most high-risk domestic violence offenders as part of Operation Amarok V
UN experts: Israel’s alleged undercover killings in occupied West Bank hospital may amount to extrajudicial killings and war crimes
WHO reports outline responses to cyber-attacks on health care and the rise of disinformation in public health emergencies
UN expert calls for more sustained reforms to prevent threats and killings of journalists and activists: Philippines
Police encourage community to look out for each other on Australia Day
Protest activity charges, Tingalpa and Brisbane City
Sanctions in response to terrorist attacks perpetrated by Hamas
Nazi salute and hate symbols now outlawed
NSW Police out in numbers this New Year’s Eve
Appointment of AUSTRAC Chief Executive Officer
AUSTRAC’s announces its 2024 Regulatory priorities
179 new police officers to start across NSW
TV interview – ABC 730
Nazi salute and hate symbols criminalised
Security Council: UNITAD
Removal of Australian citizenship deserves democratic scrutiny
Increased notices to INTERPOL to help keep Australians safe
Unique research uses chemistry to fight terrorism
$500k reward announced for information to locate Jessica Zrinski on the first anniversary of her disappearance
Albanese Government to outlaw Nazi salute and hate symbols
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from Gold Corporation
Tougher new laws to make community safer
Police recruitment surge
Intelligence and Security Committee supports Nazi symbols ban
Police recruitment breakthrough – trainees will be paid to become officers
Queensland Police Service hosts state’s first Leadership in Counter-Terrorism Conference
Queensland Police Service hosts Queensland’s first Leadership in Counter-Terrorism Conference
Melbourne man charged for helping launder tens of millions from cybercrime victims
Intelligence and Security Committee supports AFP counter-terrorism powers Bill
Law Council questions continuation and expansion of extraordinary counter terrorism measures
$1 million reward offered as part of 2002 homicide investigations – Strike Force Tornio/Operation Alpha Caviar
Public hearing to hear from experts on AFP counter-terrorism powers