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Victoria Advocate 07 Mar 2022
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‘Fearless’ fisherman fights off three sharks trying to snatch his catch

New York Post 09 Jun 2021
Fearless” sportsman Cooper Watson told Dogtooth Media he was lucky he was not bitten himself during the attack, which occurred Sunday while the 21-year-old was fishing off the Cocos Islands, as seen in this wild video ... 21-year-old was fishing off the Cocos Islands.
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Remote island beach plastics point to greater waste problem

Dawn 17 May 2019
A team of experts travelled to the Cocos Islands, a group of 27 small atolls 2,100 kilometres west of Australia and found an estimated 414 million pieces of plastic ... “While the five oceanic gyres or ‘garbage patches’ tend to garner a lot of research and media attention, the Cocos Islands are not located near or within one of these gyres,” she said.
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Island beach plastics point to greater waste problem

Deccan Herald 16 May 2019
A team of experts travelled to the Cocos Islands, a group of 27 small atolls 2,100 kilometres ... "While the five oceanic gyres or 'garbage patches' tend to garner a lot of research and media attention, the Cocos Islands are not located near or within one of these gyres," she said.
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Cocos Islands Keelings Email List

The Petition Site 22 Jan 2019
Cocos Islands, officially Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands, also called Keeling Islands, external territory of Australia in the eastern Indian Ocean ... to the Cocos Keeling Island site via email marketing campaigns and social media.
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Online betting sites using Cocos Islands web addresses investigated over possible breach

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 17 Jul 2018
Australia's media watchdog says it is looking into the legality of a number of offshore gambling websites using the Cocos Islands' internet country code to offer casino gaming and live sports betting, including for Australian competitions like Super Netball, Big V basketball and local soccer games ... .
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The price of 'stopping the boats': abusing asylum seekers and shaming Australia

The Guardian 27 Dec 2016
On 17 February 2014 Reza Barati, a 23-year-old Iranian man, was beaten to death by two detention centre staff on Manus Island during a protest ... The most recent boat arrival the media reported on, again from Sri Lanka, made it to the Cocos (Keeling) Islands in May 2016 ... There are alternatives to the hellholes of Nauru and Manus Island.
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Liberal MP Luke Simpkins sells shares in Polish coal mine visited during travel junket

Sydney Morning Herald 16 Mar 2016
Mr Simpkins landed in hot water again last week after Fairfax Media detailed how he had flown his wife and two daughters under parliamentary entitlements to the idyllic Cocos Islands for a weekend stay before his commitments with a committee looking at Australia's administration of its Indian Ocean territories.
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Powerful earthquake strikes off Indonesia, tsunami warning

The Oslo Times 02 Mar 2016
... Sumatra and Aceh, media reports said. Australia also issued a tsunami warning for Cocos Island and Christmas Island, in the Pacific and put a watch in place for the western Australian coast, including the city of Perth, reports said.
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Myanmar election: Unusual candidates causing a stir

BBC News 06 Nov 2015
Opposition candidate Win Min had, until recently, never been able to visit the place he was campaigning in - the Coco Islands ... Media captionOpposition candidate Win Min has never been allowed to visit his constituency of the Coco Islands, reports Jonah Fisher ... Media captionJonah ...
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How to keep the world's eyes out of your webcam

Canberra Times 22 Nov 2014
There are now reports that the website's new .cc domain name is registered to the Australia-administered Cocos Islands. The majority of media reports so far have decided not to give the actual web address for the site but despite the global concerns it is still active, and registered via a popular domain name company.
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Asylum seekers political pawns of hardline government policy

Canberra Times 17 Oct 2014
It was only after a media outlet had exposed the boat was on its way to the Cocos Islands that Mr Morrison held a press conference to explain the boat was being sent to Curtin detention centre ... A second Iranian man, Hamid Kehazaei, has since died after contracting septicaemia on Manus Island. .

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