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THOUSANDS of Australians unknowingly head into the danger zone during their fun family road trips each year.
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When was the last time you checked your lights and tyres were in good working order? In this video we share a few simple tips!

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If safety isn't enough of a reason to put down the phone, perhaps this will be! Double the demerit penalties come in from today for those caught repeatedly using their handheld phone behind the wheel. Will this change your behaviour?

The State’s peak motoring body has given parents a cheat-sheet for picking out their child’s first car, with safety at the top of the list.
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ASIAL is at Central railway station, Brisbane.

ASIAL is now raising awareness of home security in Brisbane, with the promotion of its on trains and regional radio. How secure is your home?

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Crime Stoppers NSW

What is cyber bullying?

People make comments on social media that they may not say to someone face to face. These comments on social media can be just as as any other form of bullying.

Cyber-bullying can be hurtful and in some circumstances it can also be a criminal act.

Cyber-bullying can take many forms;
• Abusive texts, on-line posts and emails
• Imitating others on line using fake profile and other methods
• Spreading rumours and telling lies on-line
• Making hurtful comments
• Making threats or comments designed to intimidate on-line
• Repeated unwanted messages being sent to you
• People using your account to send fake posts
• People sending photos or videos of you to others to embarrass or humiliate you
• Excluding others on-line

What action can you take?
• Block the person who is doing the bullying
• Keep a record of threatening or intimidating messages
• Contact police about any threatening or intimidating messages
• Report the person to the social media platform
• Don’t reply to bullies – that’s what they want
• Check your privacy settings
• Talk to someone you trust about the situation

What can police do?

If someone is threatening bullying or harassing you on-line, police want to know about it. You don’t have to put up with it and police can take action.

On-line bullies think they can be anonymous but police can track them down. That’s why it is important to inform police about what’s happening.

While there is no specific legislation in Australia that is specifically for cyber-bullying, there are existing laws police can use to arrest and charge perpetrators.

You can *donate* to Crime Stoppers NSW by clicking here:
Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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ST Ursula’s College students witnessed the life-changing impact of a car crash to highlight the importance of road safety.
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Don't make us S-P-E-L-L it out for you! #RoadSafety

The report due out today, titled "Donating your money to a warranty company" names three companies in particular for selling products that offer, effectively, no value.