October 2018

Published a story 16th Oct 2018 4:06 PM

Trainer tells court he's 'bending over backwards' to placate council

Doggone it: Irritation over greyhound kennels

Trainer tells court he's 'bending over backwards' to placate council

Published a story 16th Oct 2018 2:03 PM

Was it self-defence? Hockey stick, baton and knife in wild street fight

Fateful choice to pull knife in street fight

Was it self-defence? Hockey stick, baton and knife in wild street fight

Published a story 15th Oct 2018 1:46 PM

'Severely beaten to death' after money argument, Crown claims

Brutally bashed man's killing a 'whodunnit'

'Severely beaten to death' after money argument, Crown claims

Published a story 12th Oct 2018 4:23 PM

Trial did not go ahead quite as planned.

Fraud trial aborted and rescheduled

Trial did not go ahead quite as planned.

Published a story 12th Oct 2018 4:10 PM

AN ANGRY customer who allegedly threatened to cut a sex worker's hands off also faces child sex charges.

Sex charges, alleged threat to chop sex worker's hands off

AN ANGRY customer who allegedly threatened to cut a sex worker's hands off also faces child sex charges.

Published a story 12th Oct 2018 12:58 PM

Top court says self-styled drug boss exposed relatives to crime and addiction

Boastful 'crack lord' mum's disregard for family

Top court says self-styled drug boss exposed relatives to crime and addiction

Published a story 11th Oct 2018 5:26 PM

Cutting-edge company was clearly still a work in progress, defence tells fraud trial

Eye-watering land deal ended in tears

Cutting-edge company was clearly still a work in progress, defence tells fraud trial

Published a story 10th Oct 2018 6:02 PM

GFC blamed at fraud trial after claims Nexis share values were 'made up'

'Billion-euro' company a sham, Crown tells fraud trial

GFC blamed at fraud trial after claims Nexis share values were 'made up'

Published a story 9th Oct 2018 5:15 PM

'Absurd' metaphor cited as caravan businesses clash with council

Caravan court tug-of-war rolls on

'Absurd' metaphor cited as caravan businesses clash with council

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