National Terrorism Public Alert Level increases to HIGH
The Prime Minister has announced that the National Terrorism Public Alert Level has increased to HIGH, meaning that a terrorist attack is ‘likely’. This assessment is based on an increased threat.
The Premier of NSW and Commissioner of Police discuss the National Terrorism Public Alert Level at a media conference on 12 September 2014
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A 43-year-old man has been charged with explosives and terrorism offences following a search at a farm in County Fermanagh, police have said.
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Police are looking for any information about the 1982 bombings of the Israeli Consulate in Sydney and the Hakoah Club at Bondi
The NSW plan for the preparation for, response to and recovery from a terrorist incident
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Last updated 22 September 2014