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Queensland Supreme Court rules COVID-19 vaccine mandate for police, paramedics was unlawful

Queensland Supreme Court rules COVID-19 vaccine mandate for police, paramedics was unlawful

COVID-19 vaccine mandates for Queensland police and ambulance service workers were made unlawfully, the state’s Supreme Court has found. The court on Tuesday delivered its judgments in three lawsuits brought by 86 parties against Queensland Police Service and Queensland Ambulance Service for their directions to workers issued in 2021 and 2022. The judgments did not…

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Class action launched over ‘unfair’ Toyota Finance costs to customers applied by dealerships

Class action launched over ‘unfair’ Toyota Finance costs to customers applied by dealerships

More than 100,000 car owners have been ripped off by “unfair” Toyota dealer loans, a law firm claims. Melbourne-based firm Echo Law is seeking compensation for Toyota Finance customers, who they say were slugged hundreds of millions of dollars in extra costs because of a hidden dealership incentive. For years, Toyota Finance and its dealerships…

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Two teens involved in violent invasion of Toutai Kefu’s Brisbane home sentenced

Two teens involved in violent invasion of Toutai Kefu’s Brisbane home sentenced

Two teenage boys have been given detention orders after retired Wallabies star Toutai Kefu and three family members were stabbed in a violent home invasion. The youths faced Brisbane Children’s Court on Thursday for sentencing after pleading guilty to seven charges relating to offences committed when they were aged 13 and 15, including intentionally causing…

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Queensland man banned from every Woolworths supermarket amid allegations he vandalised stores

Queensland man banned from every Woolworths supermarket amid allegations he vandalised stores

A Queensland man accused of vandalising multiple Woolworths stores has been ordered not to go within 50m of the supermarket. Travis Matthew Profke, 40, was last month charged with wilful damage over allegations he graffitied southeast Queensland stores with messages appearing denigrate the company’s decision not to sell Australian Day merchandise. He appeared in Brisbane…

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Queensland surgeon suspended after relationship with patient who died by suicide

Queensland surgeon suspended after relationship with patient who died by suicide

WARNING: Distressing content A Queensland surgeon has been suspended from practising after a former patient died by suicide, following an intimate relationship between the pair. The overseas-born surgeon, who 7NEWS.com.au has chosen not to name, denied professional wrongdoing and claimed the “private” relationship was “irrelevant”, during tribunal proceedings that resulted in his two-year suspension. Stream…

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Coroner finds police were not chasing car full of teens before it crashed, killing four in Townsville

Coroner finds police were not chasing car full of teens before it crashed, killing four in Townsville

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this story contains images of people who have died. A coroner investigating the deaths of four teenagers in a “horrific” car crash in Townsville has made no findings against police but noted a lack of training at the time around sensitivity towards Indigenous families. WATCH THE…

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Legal community hits back at Queensland Premier Steven Miles amid youth crime debate

Legal community hits back at Queensland Premier Steven Miles amid youth crime debate

Queensland Premier Steven Miles has put the state judiciary on notice after clashing with the legal community amid a political storm on youth crime. Miles has previously flagged the possibility of opening children’s court to journalists, after media access was denied in the case of Ipswich grandmother, Vyleen White, who was allegedly murdered. WATCH THE…

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Doctor William Pridgeon among three on trial in Brisbane for alleged conspiracy to move children interstate in defiance of family court

Doctor William Pridgeon among three on trial in Brisbane for alleged conspiracy to move children interstate in defiance of family court

Three people, including a GP, are facing court on allegations they conspired to avoid the law with a complex cross-border operation to move a child interstate. A Brisbane District Court jury on Monday heard evidence that hair dye and hats were purchased as part of a plan to relocate a child from Queensland to NSW….

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Not guilty plea for operator charged over Hillcrest Primary School jumping castle tragedy

Not guilty plea for operator charged over Hillcrest Primary School jumping castle tragedy

A jumping castle operator charged with workplace safety breaches over the Hillcrest Primary School tragedy in which six children died has pleaded not guilty. Chace Harrison, Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones, Zane Mellor, Addison Stewart, Jye Sheehan and Peter Dodt were killed after the inflatable castle was lifted into the air in December 2021. They were enjoying…

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Troubled TV star Andrew O’Keefe found guilty of domestic assault

Troubled TV star Andrew O’Keefe found guilty of domestic assault

Former TV host Andrew O’Keefe has been found guilty of multiple domestic violence and drug offences. The broadcaster was hit with three sets of charges, including assault causing actual bodily harm, breaching a domestic violence order and possession of the synthetic stimulant drug mephedrone. Magistrate Alison Viney on Wednesday found O’Keefe’s actions in kicking, spitting,…

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QLD public servant Pratik Shah jailed for sex assaults while pretending to be rideshare driver

QLD public servant Pratik Shah jailed for sex assaults while pretending to be rideshare driver

Trigger warning: This article contains descriptions of sexual assault A public servant pretending to be a rideshare driver sexually assaulted his 19-year-old passenger then pushed his way into her house. Pratik Shah followed the woman into her bedroom, grabbed her waist, kissed her and touched her buttocks, a Brisbane court was told on Thursday. Watch…

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Sydney dentist Dr Saad Abdul-Hassan Al-Mozany guilty of bungling treatment of patients

Sydney dentist Dr Saad Abdul-Hassan Al-Mozany guilty of bungling treatment of patients

A Sydney dentist who bungled the treatment of several patients has been found guilty of professional misconduct. The case against Dr Saad Abdul-Hassan Al-Mozany, 43, was brought on by the Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) in 2022, alleging the dentist was guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct and professional misconduct. The HCCC filed three complaints that…

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NSW family ordered to pay landlords after ‘abandoning’ their ‘uninhabitable’ Sydney home

NSW family ordered to pay landlords after ‘abandoning’ their ‘uninhabitable’ Sydney home

A NSW tribunal has ordered a family to pay their former landlords $3000 after finding they “abandoned” the rented premises. Bechara Rizk and Ariye Atayi Juma claimed the Sydney property was “uninhabitable” and riddled with cockroaches and other bugs. The couple inspected the home on April 22, 2023, signed a lease and then received the…

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Sex offender released after High Court ruling in South Australia charged with indecent assault

Sex offender released after High Court ruling in South Australia charged with indecent assault

A sex offender released from immigration detention following a High Court ruling has been charged with two counts of indecent assault, prompting the federal opposition to call for two ministers to resign. Afghan refugee Aliyawar Yawari was deemed a “danger to the Australian community” by a South Australian judge in 2016 following attacks on three…

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Brittany Higgins denies 'deliberately' deleting texts as she returns to witness box in Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial

Brittany Higgins denies ‘deliberately’ deleting texts as she returns to witness box in Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial

Text messages sent by Brittany Higgins about the time she was allegedly raped were accidentally deleted and were not erased as part of a deliberate strategy, a court has been told. Higgins returned to a Federal Court witness box for a third day of questioning on Tuesday, and was grilled by Bruce Lehrmann’s legal team…

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Adelaide woman accused of murdering partner, convincing ex-boyfriend to saw him up and dumping his body in wheelie bin

Adelaide woman accused of murdering partner, convincing ex-boyfriend to saw him up and dumping his body in wheelie bin

After orchestrating attacks using acid, petrol and a wood-splitter, Sheree Glastonbury murdered her partner with an insulin overdose before dismembering his body and dumping his torso in a wheelie bin, a court has heard. Geoffrey McLean is the victim of a conspiracy involving two of Glastonbury’s former lovers that ended with the 55-year-old’s death in…

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Man allegedly struck by car and then assaulted on SA’s Barrier Highway north of Hallett in state’s Mid North

Man allegedly struck by car and then assaulted on SA’s Barrier Highway north of Hallett in state’s Mid North

A 33-year-old South Australian man has been charged with attempted murder following an incident in which another man was allegedly hit by a car and assaulted on the Barrier Hwy in South Australia’s Mid North. South Australian Police said they were called to the highway north of Hallett at about 10.30pm on Monday following a…

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Perth police officer charged with assaulting his child leaving them needing medical treatment

Perth police officer charged with assaulting his child leaving them needing medical treatment

A West Australian police officer has been charged with assaulting his child. The constable, from a Metropolitan policing district, was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm on November 24. Police allege the officer physically harmed his child. The child required medical treatment as a result. Watch the latest news and stream for free on 7plus…

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Tia Minhinnick learns fate for bashing his mum to death in ‘unrelenting’ attack in Springvale, Melbourne

Tia Minhinnick learns fate for bashing his mum to death in ‘unrelenting’ attack in Springvale, Melbourne

A man who savagely beat his mother to death in a drunken and drug-fuelled rage will spend the rest of his young adulthood behind bars. Tia Minhinnick has been sentenced to 21 years in prison for murdering his mother, 41-year-old Angela Huata, at their home at Springvale in Melbourne’s southeast in February 2022. Minhinnick, who…

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Bruce Lehrmann seeks ‘secret’ Park Hyatt Sydney bar recordings of Brittany Higgins’ lawyer

Bruce Lehrmann seeks ‘secret’ Park Hyatt Sydney bar recordings of Brittany Higgins’ lawyer

So-called “secret” recordings of Brittany Higgins’ lawyer speaking at a Sydney hotel bar while she faced cross-examination are being sought by Bruce Lehrmann as he sues for defamation. The recordings were taken of Leon Zwier and others at the Park Hyatt Lobby Bar on December 4 and reportedly revealed the lawyer discussing how Higgins’ could…

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Producer admits ‘no proof’ to Brittany Higgins’ claim she would lose job for alleged rape complaint as Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial continues

Producer admits ‘no proof’ to Brittany Higgins’ claim she would lose job for alleged rape complaint as Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial continues

There was no proof to back up claims Brittany Higgins would lose her job at Parliament House if she filed a police complaint about her alleged rape by Bruce Lehrmann, a court has heard. Network Ten producer Angus Llewellyn made the admission on Wednesday as he gave evidence to the Federal Court. Lehrmann is suing…

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Man fronts NSW court on domestic violence charge after partner dies in fall from 10th-floor balcony at Sydney’s Hyatt Regency hotel

Man fronts NSW court on domestic violence charge after partner dies in fall from 10th-floor balcony at Sydney’s Hyatt Regency hotel

A man who allegedly locked a woman on the balcony of a high-rise hotel apartment before she fell to her death says he never wanted to harm her. Scott Andrew Minigle was charged with a single domestic violence-related offence in December, more than three years after Jodie Lovell fell from a 10th-floor balcony at the…

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Tensions fly as man accused over death of Hobart mother Alison Robinson in fire at Glenorchy home faces court

Tensions fly as man accused over death of Hobart mother Alison Robinson in fire at Glenorchy home faces court

A mother-of-two from Hobart has been identified as the woman who was allegedly murdered inside a Glenorchy home destroyed in an arson attack last week. The charred remains of Alison Robinson, 39, were found inside the home after the blaze was extinguished, and the accused attacker, David George Evans, 40, faced court over the death…

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‘Free woman’: Kathleen Folbigg’s emotional statement after being acquitted of murder and manslaughter convictions

‘Free woman’: Kathleen Folbigg’s emotional statement after being acquitted of murder and manslaughter convictions

Kathleen Folbigg has made an emotional statement outside a Sydney courthouse after she was acquitted of murder and manslaughter convictions over the deaths of her four children. Folbigg, 55, was released from prison after 20 years earlier this year after being pardoned following the conclusion of a second inquiry into her murder and manslaughter convictions…

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Queensland mum of girls who died in hot car often left them in the vehicle and alone with strangers, court hears

Queensland mum of girls who died in hot car often left them in the vehicle and alone with strangers, court hears

The day after Darcey-Helen Conley was born her mother disappeared from the hospital for hours. Kerri-Ann Conley’s unexplained absences from the maternity ward were repeated when sister Chloe-Ann was born, a court has been told. WATCH VIDEO ABOVE: Inquest date set to investigate mother who left children in hot car. Watch the latest news and…

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Australia Post Group to pay millions in compensation to business customers for lost or damaged parcels

Australia Post Group to pay millions in compensation to business customers for lost or damaged parcels

Australia Post, and its subsidiary StarTrack, will pay $2.9 million in compensation over lost or damaged parcels. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said over four years to October 2022, the Australia Post Group (Australia Post and StarTrack) denied compensation requests from businesses for lost and damaged parcels. The ACCC said in some cases,…

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Federal ministers ‘covering themselves’ after Brittany Higgins’ alleged rape, Bruce Lehrmann rape trial hears

Federal ministers ‘covering themselves’ after Brittany Higgins’ alleged rape, Bruce Lehrmann rape trial hears

Brittany Higgins’ former boss says she fought pressure from two federal ministers to make a report with police before the alleged rape survivor chose to lodge her own complaint. Senator Linda Reynolds’ former acting chief of staff Fiona Brown was working in Parliament House at the time Higgins was allegedly raped by Bruce Lehrmann in…

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Woman allegedly fatally stabbed at real estate office in Adelaide identified as 38-year-old Julie Seed

Woman allegedly fatally stabbed at real estate office in Adelaide identified as 38-year-old Julie Seed

A 38-year-old woman allegedly stabbed at Plympton in Adelaide’s inner southwest has been identified as property manager Julie “Julez” Seed. Seed died at the scene, while her female colleague, 50, was seriously injured after they were both allegedly stabbed at a real estate office on Lydia St at about 3.40pm on Wednesday. WATCH VIDEO ABOVE:…

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'Depraved' paedophile Jadd William Brooker jailed for prolific child abuse across Adelaide, NSW and the United States

‘Depraved’ paedophile Jadd William Brooker jailed for prolific child abuse across Adelaide, NSW and the United States

One of South Australia’s most persistent and insidious paedophiles has been handed a landmark jail sentence for the depraved sexual exploitation of dozens of boys. Jadd William Brooker, 41, was on Wednesday sentenced to 36 years in prison, including 29 years non-parole — the second-longest jail term for a crime of that nature in the…

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Homeless dad arrested for sleeping rough has charges dropped after help from SA top barrister

Homeless dad arrested for sleeping rough has charges dropped after help from SA top barrister

A homeless father arrested for sleeping in an Adelaide CBD stairwell has had the charges against him dropped after a high-profile barrister stepped in to help. David Evans, 57, spent Christmas Day behind bars after police arrested him the night before. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Homeless father arrested for sleeping rough had case sensationally thrown…

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Royal Perth Hospital ‘accelerated’ death of young Geraldton woman with meningococcal, coroner finds

Royal Perth Hospital ‘accelerated’ death of young Geraldton woman with meningococcal, coroner finds

The death of a young woman with meningococcal disease was found to have been “accelerated” by Royal Perth Hospital, which offered her “below standard” care, a coroner has found. Geraldton woman Ashleigh Hunter, 26, drove to Perth from Geraldton to meet her partner for the Christmas holidays. They had rented an Airbnb apartment in East…

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Allegedly murdered Adelaide real estate agent Julie Seed’s fiance says health system failed mother of two

Allegedly murdered Adelaide real estate agent Julie Seed’s fiance says health system failed mother of two

The distraught fiancé of an Adelaide real estate agent fatally stabbed in Plympton said the state’s mental health system failed both the mother of two and her alleged attacker. Julie “Julez” Seed, 38, died after she and her colleague, Susan Scardigno, were allegedly stabbed by a person not known to them at their real estate…

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Coroner finds death of diabetic teenager Lachlan Cook on school trip to Vietnam was preventable

Coroner finds death of diabetic teenager Lachlan Cook on school trip to Vietnam was preventable

The failures of a Victorian school and an international travel company led to the tragic and preventable death of a diabetic teenager. That’s what Coroner Audrey Jamieson found after investigating the death of Kilvington Grammar School student Lachlan Cook. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Coroner finds death of diabetic Melbourne teen on school camp preventable. Watch…

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Husband of Melbourne woman who killed three children in murder-suicide sues doctor and hospital for negligence

Husband of Melbourne woman who killed three children in murder-suicide sues doctor and hospital for negligence

WARNING: Distressing content The husband of a Melbourne mother who killed their three children in a murder-suicide is suing his wife’s doctor and hospital. Katica Perinovic, 42, killed her three children – Claire, 7, Anna, 5, and Matthew, 3 — before taking her own life during a psychotic episode at their Tullamarine home on January…

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Lisa Wilkinson denies ‘going through motions’ before alleged rape report as Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial continues

Lisa Wilkinson denies ‘going through motions’ before alleged rape report as Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial continues

Journalist Lisa Wilkinson has denied “going through the motions” in the lead-up to a TV item that aired Brittany Higgins’ allegations she was raped in Parliament House by a fellow Liberal staffer. Higgins’ alleged rapist Bruce Lehrmann is suing Network Ten and Wilkinson, seeking damages over a broadcast in February 2021 that he claims is…

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NSW police officer who coerced teenager into sex after meeting her on the job is sentenced

NSW police officer who coerced teenager into sex after meeting her on the job is sentenced

A NSW police officer who groomed and coerced a teenager into sex after meeting her while on duty has been jailed for at least three years. Matthew Robert Townsend admitted pursuing the 15-year-old after taking a statement from her when she was physically assaulted at school. The 29-year-old former probationary constable pursued the schoolgirl using…

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NRL player Junior Amone spared jail as father taken into custody over hammer attack

NRL player Junior Amone spared jail as father taken into custody over hammer attack

Suspended Dragons NRL player Junior Amone has been spared jail as his father was taken into custody over an “appalling” altercation with tradies outside the family’s Wollongong home. The 21-year-old was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, intimidation and damaging property, while his father, Talatau Amone, 47, faced the same charges and an extra…

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Guy Sebastian's ex-manager Titus Day facing retrial after winning appeal

Guy Sebastian’s ex-manager Titus Day facing retrial after winning appeal

Singer Guy Sebastian’s former manager Titus Day will face a retrial after his convictions for alleged embezzlement were quashed due to a prosecutor making “inappropriate comments” before the jury retired. Day managed the Australian Idol winner via his company 6 Degrees between 2009 and 2017 before their relationship ended. He pleaded not guilty to dozens…

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Brittany Higgins’ former boyfriend Ben Dillaway flew to Canberra after suspecting she had been sexually assaulted, court hears

Brittany Higgins’ former boyfriend Ben Dillaway flew to Canberra after suspecting she had been sexually assaulted, court hears

Brittany Higgins broke down sobbing in the arms of her then-boyfriend days after being allegedly raped by Bruce Lehrmann in Parliament House, a court has heard. Ben Dillaway says he flew to Canberra on March 27 in 2019 to support Higgins after suspecting she had been sexually assaulted the weekend before. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE:…

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Coskun Jaques Marius found guilty of murder for bashing sleeping man at Surfers Paradise home despite alter-ego excuse

Coskun Jaques Marius found guilty of murder for bashing sleeping man at Surfers Paradise home despite alter-ego excuse

An aspiring rapper who was “drifting” through a period of drug use and homelessness has been found guilty of murdering a man who offered a roof over his head. Coskun Jaques Marius, 30, in November pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court in Brisbane to the manslaughter of Tane Tahi Manawa, 38, at the victim’s Surfers…

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Multi-million dollar unpaid overtime class action filed against McDonald’s by Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association

Multi-million dollar unpaid overtime class action filed against McDonald’s by Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association

An estimated 25,000 McDonald’s workers could take part in a class action against the fast food giant that is seeking millions of dollars in alleged unpaid overtime. The restaurant chain and franchisees are accused of failing to pay managers and supervisors up to an hour of unpaid work each day as they performed checks and…

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Brittany Higgins grilled over fabrication of alleged rape during defamation trial

Brittany Higgins grilled over fabrication of alleged rape during defamation trial

Brittany Higgins has denied fabricating her allegation of being raped by Bruce Lehrmann on a federal minister’s couch. Giving evidence on Thursday in a Federal Court defamation trial, Higgins became emotional during cross-examination by Lehrmann’s barrister Steven Whybrow SC. “That is a fabrication that you were sexually assaulted,” Whybrow said. Watch the latest news and…

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Ben Roberts-Smith ordered to pay publishers' legal costs after defamation case defeat

Ben Roberts-Smith ordered to pay publishers’ legal costs after defamation case defeat

Former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith has been ordered to pay the legal costs of several media outlets following a failed defamation action over allegations he committed war crimes. The Federal Court ruled in June that articles published by Nine newspapers and The Canberra Times alleging Mr Roberts-Smith’s involvement in four murders while deployed in Afghanistan were…

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Former Labor MP Milton Orkopoulos, who lured boys for sex with drugs and money, learns fate

Former Labor MP Milton Orkopoulos, who lured boys for sex with drugs and money, learns fate

Former NSW Labor politician Milton Orkopoulos used drugs, money and his position of trust in the community to sexually assault vulnerable young boys. The now-66-year-old will spend another decade behind bars after being found guilty in April on 26 charges involving sexually abusing and supplying drugs to four minors between 1993 and 2003. He was…

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Bruce Lehrmann settles defamation dispute with ABC over Brittany Higgins speech

Bruce Lehrmann settles defamation dispute with ABC over Brittany Higgins speech

Former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann has settled a defamation case with the ABC over the broadcast of a speech by his alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins. Lehrmann’s high-profile defamation case over media reports began on Wednesday, with an 18-day hearing scheduled in the Federal Court. The ABC’s barrister Dr Matthew Collins KC confirmed the settlement…

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‘You stole five lives’: Heartbroken families face speeding driver Tyrell Edwards over fatal Buxton crash

‘You stole five lives’: Heartbroken families face speeding driver Tyrell Edwards over fatal Buxton crash

The families of five teenagers killed in a horrific car crash south west of Sydney last year have faced the driver responsible for the fatal tragedy, telling a court of their immeasurable pain. Best friends Lily Van De Putte, Gabby McLennan, Summer Williams, all aged 14, Tyrese Bechard, 15, and 16-year-old Antonio Desisto all died…

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SA man charged with murder following alleged shooting of police officer Jason Doig

SA man charged with murder following alleged shooting of police officer Jason Doig

A 26-year-old South Australian man has been charged after an alleged shoot-out with police near the SA-Victorian border. Police were called to an isolated rural property in Senior, about 15km north of Bordertown, on Thursday morning when they were allegedly confronted by Jadyn Stimson. Brevet Sergeant Jason Doig, 53, of Lucindale Police Station, was allegedly…

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Hillcrest families welcome charges against Tasmanian jumping castle operator Taz-Zorb

Hillcrest families welcome charges against Tasmanian jumping castle operator Taz-Zorb

The families of the children killed in the Hillcrest jumping castle tragedy in Tasmania have welcomed the news that charges have been laid against the amusement’s operator. Chace Harrison, Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones, Zane Mellor, Addison Stewart, Jye Sheehan and Peter Dodt died after a jumping castle was lifted into the air at Hillcrest Primary School…

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Young WA mum-of-two Peta Weber who went missing at The Gap died at hands of abusive husband, coroner finds

Young WA mum-of-two Peta Weber who went missing at The Gap died at hands of abusive husband, coroner finds

A young mother-of-two who disappeared more than two decades ago died at the hands of her abusive husband, a coroner has ruled. Peta Simone Weber, 25, was reported missing from popular tourist location The Gap near Albany, Western Australia in June 1997. The 25-year-old and her husband Richard had reportedly gone there to fish when…

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Guards watching movies when teen Cleveland Dodd self-harmed in Unit 18 at Casuarina Prison: Report

Guards watching movies when teen Cleveland Dodd self-harmed in Unit 18 at Casuarina Prison: Report

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this story contains images of people who have died Prison officers were watching movies and relaxing when an Indigenous teenager fatally self-harmed in youth detention. Officers discovered 16-year-old Cleveland Dodd unresponsive in a cell at the Unit 18 facility at Perth’s Casuarina Prison in the early…

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Victorian apprentice suffers serious head injury on site when struck in the head by a steel pipe

Victorian apprentice suffers serious head injury on site when struck in the head by a steel pipe

A Victorian manufacturer has been fined $2.1 million after an apprentice was seriously injured when he was struck in the head by a steel pipe. Dennis Jones Engineering and its sole director Dennis Jones were sentenced in the Victorian County Court on Thursday after pleading guilty to charges against the Occupational Health and Safety Act….

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Fatal Melbourne Cup Day punch: Court heard Queensland man grabbed crowbar before assault

Fatal Melbourne Cup Day punch: Court heard Queensland man grabbed crowbar before assault

Shannon Finemore never made it home from Melbourne Cup celebrations three years ago. The 37-year-old and Scott McGillivrey were walking home in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley when two other men came down from a first floor apartment to confront them. Michael Trevor Royce Collins was armed with a crowbar, alongside his mate Harley James Raithby Hoodless….

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Popular Perth reptile handler allegedly bashed while rescuing injured snake near Mullaloo Beach

Popular Perth reptile handler allegedly bashed while rescuing injured snake near Mullaloo Beach

A popular Perth snake handler has allegedly been pepper-sprayed and beaten during a late-night attack as she tried to rescue an injured reptile. Tessa was called to help a wounded snake near Mullaloo Beach, in the city’s northern suburbs, just after 10.30pm on October 25. While looking for the serpent, police allege Tessa was pepper-sprayed…

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Frankston serial killer Paul Denyer to remain in jail under proposed Victorian parole laws

Frankston serial killer Paul Denyer to remain in jail under proposed Victorian parole laws

Serial killer Paul Denyer will never be eligible to apply for parole under proposed government-backed Victorian law changes. Denyer pleaded guilty to stabbing and strangling Elizabeth Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, over a seven-week period in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Frankston in 1993. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Paul Denyer to…

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WA legal fraternity reeling over alleged murder of beloved barrister Alice McShera at Perth’s Crown Towers

WA legal fraternity reeling over alleged murder of beloved barrister Alice McShera at Perth’s Crown Towers

A woman found dead in a luxury room at Crown Towers in Burswood, Perth, has been identified as a talented and much-loved family lawyer. WA’s legal community is in mourning after it emerged Alice McShera, 34, was allegedly murdered on Monday, triggering a homicide investigation. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Murder charge laid over Crown Towers…

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Australind child care provider Garfields Learnaversity fined $31,000 for leaving five-year-old on bus for 31 minutes

Australind child care provider Garfields Learnaversity fined $31,000 for leaving five-year-old on bus for 31 minutes

A daycare centre has been heavily fined after a five-year-old child was left alone on a bus for more than half an hour. The child was only discovered when a parent arrived at Garfields Learnaversity in Australind, about 160km south of Perth, and spotted them in the vehicle outside the centre, a Department of Communities…

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Adelaide CBD money exchange allegedly linked to Australia’s biggest money laundering ring

Adelaide CBD money exchange allegedly linked to Australia’s biggest money laundering ring

Seven people have faced court over what Australian Federal Police have described as a $228 million money laundering ring. Officers arrested the group during raids across the country as part of what has been called the most complex AFP-led money laundering investigation in Australian history. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Adelaide money exchange linked to alleged…

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Accused gunman Jaeden Tito faces Melbourne court over murder of Gavin ‘Capable’ Preston

Accused gunman Jaeden Tito faces Melbourne court over murder of Gavin ‘Capable’ Preston

A Sydney man charged over the execution-style shooting murder of Melbourne gangland figure Gavin “Capable” Preston has been remanded in custody. Jaeden Tito, 22, appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday evening after he was extradited from NSW earlier in the day. Tito, still dressed in the red shorts he was arrested in on Wednesday,…

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Adelaide pub The Woolshed slapped with $3897 fine over ‘lewd’ bras-for-beers promotion

Adelaide pub The Woolshed slapped with $3897 fine over ‘lewd’ bras-for-beers promotion

An Adelaide pub which ran a lewd promotion earlier this year, swapping free drinks for bras and offering more for the well-endowed, has been fined $3897. But the state’s liquor licensing regulator said the offensive bras-for-beers offer was not the most concerning discovery made during an investigation into the Hindley St venue, which was sparked…

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Tuart Hill man charged with murder after man found critically injured at Rivervale park dies in hospital

Tuart Hill man charged with murder after man found critically injured at Rivervale park dies in hospital

A 26-year-old has been charged with murder after another man who was found with critical injuries at a Perth park died in hospital over the weekend. The accused man’s 29-year-old alleged victim was taken to Royal Perth Hospital via ambulance after emergency services raced to Peet Park in Rivervale, in the city’s inner east, about…

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Inquest to investigate death of Indigenous teen in custody after suicide attempt in Casuarina’s Unit 18

Inquest to investigate death of Indigenous teen in custody after suicide attempt in Casuarina’s Unit 18

A coronial inquest will investigate the death of an Indigenous teenager found unresponsive in a prison cell after a suspected self-harm incident. Officers discovered the 16-year-old at the troubled Unit 18 youth detention facility at Casuarina Prison in Western Australia in the early hours of October 12 after he contacted them through the intercom. The…

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Major development as South Australia’s alleged ‘bicycle bandit’ finally nabbed following DNA breakthrough

Major development as South Australia’s alleged ‘bicycle bandit’ finally nabbed following DNA breakthrough

A man aged in his 70s dubbed the “bicycle bandit” has been arrested and charged after one of South Australia’s longest-running serious crime investigations. SA Police arrested the man on Friday at his O’Sullivan Beach home, and have charged him over 10 bank robberies and one attempted bank robbery between 2004 and 2014. Detective Superintendent…

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Two companies charged over roof collapse that sent young tradie Jonathan Hartshorn plunging 20m to his death

Two companies charged over roof collapse that sent young tradie Jonathan Hartshorn plunging 20m to his death

Two companies have been charged over the death of an apprentice carpenter in a roof collapse at a university construction site in Perth three years ago. Tradie Jonathan Hartshorn, 23 was working on the glass roof of Curtin University’s $110 million School of Design and Built Environment when a steel structure partially caved in and…

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Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian appeals ICAC corruption finding in NSW Court of Appeal

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian appeals ICAC corruption finding in NSW Court of Appeal

A legal bid by former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian to overturn findings she engaged in corruption will be heard as quickly as possible. Berejiklian is challenging findings by the Independent Commission Against Corruption that she engaged in serious corrupt conduct by breaching public trust and refusing to report a secret relationship with her then-lover, Liberal…

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Man awarded $12 million after being punched by bouncer outside Syrup Nightclub in Hobart in 2014

Man awarded $12 million after being punched by bouncer outside Syrup Nightclub in Hobart in 2014

A Tasmanian man has been awarded more than $12 million, years after a punch from a bouncer outside a nightclub left him with life-altering injuries. Matthew Leonard doesn’t remember the incident outside Syrup Nightclub in Hobart on July 2014. The then 28-year-old bricklayer, who was heavily intoxicated at the time, had been kicked out of…

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Brisbane woman sues lover’s wife Christie Lee Kennedy and insurer Allianz for injuries sustained when she was mowed down

Brisbane woman sues lover’s wife Christie Lee Kennedy and insurer Allianz for injuries sustained when she was mowed down

A Brisbane woman who drove into her husband and his mistress after discovering their affair was spared jail time after admitting guilt in court but is facing more legal action. Christie Lee Kennedy pleaded guilty to assault and dangerous operation of a vehicle earlier this year over the March 2021 incident. Her pleas followed a…

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OnlyFans creator Isabelle Rose McKean granted bail after being charged over stabbing of man in Pomona

OnlyFans creator Isabelle Rose McKean granted bail after being charged over stabbing of man in Pomona

A Queensland OnlyFans creator has been released on bail after being charged over an alleged serious stabbing of a man in his home. “What a week,” Isabelle Rose McKean posted on her Instagram account with a selfie photo on Thursday, after being granted bail in Maroochydore Magistrates Court. McKean, 25, and her 24-year-old male co-accused…

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Sydney sex trial for Sri Lankan cricketer accused of ‘stealthing’ condom closes

Sydney sex trial for Sri Lankan cricketer accused of ‘stealthing’ condom closes

Star Sri Lankan cricketer Danushka Gunathilaka had plenty of opportunity to covertly remove a condom during rough sex with a Sydney woman, a court has heard. As the 32-year-old’s sexual assault trial entered its final day on Thursday, crown prosecutor Gabrielle Steedman said the sportsman should be found guilty of “stealthing” a woman he relentlessly…

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Gold Coast Titans cheerleader murder case: Charges dropped against man accused of killing Breeana Robinson

Gold Coast Titans cheerleader murder case: Charges dropped against man accused of killing Breeana Robinson

Broken and struggling to keep her head up, Elaine Robinson emerged from Southport Courthouse clutching her son Matthew tightly after just hearing the trial of her daughter’s alleged killer was being cancelled. In her sights is the high rise apartment her 21 year-old daughter Breeana plunged to her death from in 2013 — the 11th…

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