Another victim of US serial killer John Wayne Gacy has been identified, more than four decades after he was murdered.
Two of Gladys Berejiklian's former chiefs of staff will appear at the corruption watchdog after former deputy premier John Barilaro gave evidence.
The six-year-old sole survivor of a cable car crash in Italy must be returned to his relatives there, an Israeli court has ordered.
Police around the country are preparing to swoop on a second significant wave of alleged criminals who were unwittingly using the FBI’s encrypted ‘AN0M’ messaging app.
It’s the mystery that has shocked WA, but getting to the bottom of little Cleo’s disappearance is proving much harder than initially hoped. Here are the 20 burning questions that must be answered.
A WA judge has told a young concreter that he will have to spend the rest of his life knowing that his ‘selfish and reckless’ behaviour caused his father’s death — before sending him to jail.
West Australian police are questioning a man over the death of an adult whose body was found in bushland on Sunday.
Authorised workers, employer groups and healthcare workers have joined a mass legal action against the Victorian government’s mandates on vaccines.
An alleged corporate fraudster has claimed she needs more resources if she’s to stand trial on serious charges next year.
A Melbourne fan who sneaked across the WA border to witness the Demons’ historic AFL Grand final win has been sent to prison.
New chair Ziggy Switkowski has told a royal commission examining Crown Resorts’ affairs the company’s compliance issues can still be fixed.
A woman who plotted to poison her friend’s ex has avoided jail, with the court hearing how she was by chance caught up in an unrelated police sting.
A murder-accused talked about coming into money the day his wife was killed, while CCTV recorded a person screaming before her body was found, a jury has heard.
A row between Grace Tame and the government has hit new highs after the Australian of the Year accused a minister of making her look ‘uncooperative’.
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A Melbourne woman who hurled insults and a glass bottle in a ‘nasty’ fight where a young tradie was killed will be spared from jail for this reason.
A Rangeway woman who slapped a police officer on the bottom and told him, “I’ll grab your n..s”, has been fined $400.
The Australian Federal Police have responded after the alleged murder of an MP.
A Sydney woman accidentally taped by police conspiring to drug her mate's abusive partner has been spared jail, after a judge heard of her traumatic history.
A former elite swimming coach, who was arrested in WA and is accused of indecently dealing with children in the 1980s, will remain behind bars on remand.
A woman who hurled abuse and smashed a bottle during a fight in which tradie Cam Smith died says she's sorry and is grieving too.
Acting WA Police Commissioner Col Blanch has vowed to hunt down and ‘bring to justice’ anyone who bombarded Premier Mark McGowan’s phone with threats last week.
A Samoan man's life sentence for brutally killing his wife when he discovered she was unfaithful has been slashed to 16 years after a retrial.
As the search for little Cleo Smith intensifies, it can be revealed that the missing dangerous sex offenders register is no longer available to access on the WA Government website.
A former swimming coach charged with nine counts of indecent dealing with children in Queensland has had his case mentioned in a Brisbane court.
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