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News.com.au
Two months on, Queensland’s top legal job remains vacant Frontrunner for the role Acting Chief Justice Margaret McMurdo.Source: News C
Two months on, Queensland’s top legal job remains vacant
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Frontrunner for the role Acting Chief Justice Margaret McMurdo.Source: News Corp Australia JUSTICES Catherine Holmes and Margaret McMurdo are among the top contenders for chief justice as the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Baden-Clay house goes to auctionGerard Baden-Clay and his sister Olivia Walton at their parents' house. Photo:
Baden-Clay house goes to auction
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Gerard Baden-Clay and his sister Olivia Walton at their parents' house. Photo: Channel Nine Gerard Baden-Clay's parents are set to leave Brisbane. Nigel and Elaine Baden-Clay have put their home in Kenmore, in Brisbane's leafy western suburbs, up... Read more
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The Courier Mail
’I knew there was more to the story’David Murray, author of The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay. Pic: Tara Croser THE
’I knew there was more to the story’
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
David Murray, author of The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay. Pic: Tara Croser THE story of the murder of Allison Baden-Clay struck a chord in the community, but journalist David Murray had to remain detached. After all, he had a job to do, covering... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Clay looked forward to 'clearing name'Convicted wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay has turned to God in prison and had loo
Clay looked forward to 'clearing name'
Sky News Australia / Posted 26 days ago
Convicted wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay has turned to God in prison and had looked forward to clearing his name. A leaked letter from Gerard Baden- Clay while he was behind bars reveals the 44-year-old looked forward to the opportunity to 'clear his... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Baden-Clay studying Bible in prisonGerard Baden-Clay was convicted of killing his wife, Allison. Photo: Supplied
Baden-Clay studying Bible in prison
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
Gerard Baden-Clay was convicted of killing his wife, Allison. Photo: Supplied Convicted wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay has turned to God in prison. In the lead-up to his trial, Baden-Clay wrote a letter to friends that said he felt fortunate to have... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Clay letter reveals trial thoughtsA leaked letter written by Gerard Baden- Clay while he was behind bars has reve
Clay letter reveals trial thoughts
Sky News Australia / Posted 26 days ago
A leaked letter written by Gerard Baden- Clay while he was behind bars has revealed the 44-year-old looked forward to the opportunity to 'clear his name' in the lead-up to his 'murder trial'. News Corp has reported the father of three children urged... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What drives a dad to murder his sons?Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill h
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
The Courier Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill his sons Jai, 10, Bailey, 2, and Tyler, 7. Picture: Jon Hargest NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming... Read more
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Perth Now
What drives a dad to murder his sons?Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill h
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
Perth Now / Posted 26 days ago
Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill his sons Jai, 10, Bailey, 2, and Tyler, 7. Picture: Jon Hargest NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What drives a dad to murder his sons?Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill h
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill his sons Jai, 10, Bailey, 2, and Tyler, 7. Picture: Jon Hargest NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming... Read more
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The Courier
Gerard Baden-Clay found guilty of murdering wife AllisonBRISBANE man Gerard Baden-Clay has been found guilty of murdering his wife Alli
Gerard Baden-Clay found guilty of murdering wife Allison
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
BRISBANE man Gerard Baden-Clay has been found guilty of murdering his wife Allison. BRISBANE man Gerard Baden-Clay has been found guilty of murdering his wife Allison. A Brisbane Supreme Court jury delivered the unanimous verdict just before noon... Read more
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Herald Sun
What drives a dad to murder his sons?NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”,
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
Herald Sun / Posted 27 days ago
NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming and not overly bright country bloke who moped around the small Victorian town of Winchelsea after his wife left him. Farquharson had appeared... Read more
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Perth Now
What drives a dad to murder his sons?Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill h
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill his sons Jai, 10, Bailey, 2, and Tyler, 7. Picture: Jon Hargest NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What drives a dad to murder his sons?Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill h
What drives a dad to murder his sons?
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Some people still struggle to believe that Robert Farquharson planned to kill his sons Jai, 10, Bailey, 2, and Tyler, 7. Picture: Jon Hargest NO ONE saw it coming. To friends and family Robert Farquharson was “poor Rob”, a short, chubby, unassuming... Read more
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News Mail
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
News Mail / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
Daily Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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Northern Star
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
Northern Star / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
The Daily Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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27d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
Queensland Times / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panickedCONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife
Appeal hears Baden-Clay could have panicked
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
CONVICTED murderer Gerard Baden-Clay could have unintentionally killed his wife Allison during an argument and then dumped her body because "he panicked". Barrister Michael Copley made that argument while appealing Baden-Clay's convictions in the... Read more
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27d
News.com.au
Clay legal team suggests killing of Allison unintentionalQueensland Gerard Baden- Gerard Baden-Clay was convicted of murder over the A
Clay legal team suggests killing of Allison unintentional
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
Queensland Gerard Baden- Gerard Baden-Clay was convicted of murder over the April 2012 death of wife Allison.Source: Supplied GERARD Baden-Clay could have “unintentionally” killed his wife... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Clay legal team suggests killing of Allison unintentionalGERARD Baden-Clay could have “unintentionally” killed his wife during a violent
Clay legal team suggests killing of Allison unintentional
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
GERARD Baden-Clay could have “unintentionally” killed his wife during a violent confrontation in their home over his affair with another woman, his defence team has suggested. The “hypothesis” was put to the Court of Appeal yesterday as his lawyers... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Clay appeal: Was Allison's death murder?Allison Baden-Clay died in 2012. Her husband Gerard was convicted and jailed fo
Clay appeal: Was Allison's death murder?
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
Allison Baden-Clay died in 2012. Her husband Gerard was convicted and jailed for her murder in 2014. Photo: Supplied Was it murder? Despite his ongoing protestations of innocence there now seems little conjecture that on the night of April 19,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayLAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murd
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay should be quashed on the grounds it was ‘unreasonable’. 12.25pm: The appeal hearing has finished and the three judges have reserved... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayLawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay will argue his conviction was ‘unreasonable’ Sour
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay will argue his conviction was ‘unreasonable’ Source: Channel 9 In a special feature, journalists from The Courier-Mail reflect on the case of Allison Baden-Clay who was murdered by her husband Gerard Baden-Clay in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayLAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murd
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay should be quashed on the grounds it was ‘unreasonable’. 12.25pm: The appeal hearing has finished and the three judges have reserved... Read more
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Perth Now
Baden-Clay: ‘And he’s panicked’LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murd
Baden-Clay: ‘And he’s panicked’
Perth Now / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay should be quashed on the grounds it was ‘unreasonable’. 12.25pm: The appeal hearing has finished and the three judges have reserved... Read more
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The Courier Mail
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know todayThat’s it for our live #RUSHHOUR news blog. You can get across the stories you
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
That’s it for our live #RUSHHOUR news blog. You can get across the stories you need to know today below or go to news.com.au for the latest headlines. Police in Mt Isa, Queensland, have revealed more details about a blast that killed a man and his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Appeal court reserves decision over Baden-Clay's convictionGerard Baden-Clay: Court of Appeal reserves decision over murder conviction Th
Appeal court reserves decision over Baden-Clay's conviction
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Gerard Baden-Clay: Court of Appeal reserves decision over murder conviction The Court of Appeal in Brisbane has reserved its decision on a challenge against Gerard Baden-Clay's murder conviction. Lawyers appealing against Baden-Clay's life... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayLAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murd
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay should be quashed on the grounds it was ‘unreasonable’. 12.25pm: The appeal hearing has finished and the three judges have reserved... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Allison Baden-Clay's death 'unintentional'LAWYERS for former real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay say it's possible he uni
Allison Baden-Clay's death 'unintentional'
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for former real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay say it's possible he unintentionally killed his wife, Allison, then panicked and covered up her death. THE 44-year-old's defence team has appealed the jury's guilty verdict at his trial last... Read more
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Weekly Times
Allison Baden-Clay's death 'unintentional'LAWYERS for former real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay say it's possible he uni
Allison Baden-Clay's death 'unintentional'
Weekly Times / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for former real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay say it's possible he unintentionally killed his wife, Allison, then panicked and covered up her death. THE 44-year-old's defence team has appealed the jury's guilty verdict at his trial last... Read more
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News.com.au
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayQueensland Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay will argue his conviction was ‘unre
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
Queensland Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay will argue his conviction was ‘unreasonable’ Source: Channel 9 LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison... Read more
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Herald Sun
Baden-Clay appeals murder convictionTHERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to co
Baden-Clay appeals murder conviction
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
THERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to cover up fingernail scratches on his face with razor cuts, his lawyers say. AN appeal for the 44-year-old former real estate agent is under way before a packed courtroom in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Baden-Clay appeals murder convictionTHERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to co
Baden-Clay appeals murder conviction
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
THERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to cover up fingernail scratches on his face with razor cuts, his lawyers say. AN appeal for the 44-year-old former real estate agent is under way before a packed courtroom in... Read more
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Perth Now
Baden-Clay appeals murder convictionTHERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to co
Baden-Clay appeals murder conviction
Perth Now / Posted 28 days ago
THERE is no evidence that convicted wife murderer Gerard Baden-Clay tried to cover up fingernail scratches on his face with razor cuts, his lawyers say. AN appeal for the 44-year-old former real estate agent is under way before a packed courtroom in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-ClayLAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murd
Appeal begins for Gerard Baden-Clay
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay will today argue that his conviction for the murder of his wife Allison Baden-Clay should be quashed on the grounds it was ‘unreasonable’. 10:20am: Defence barrister Michael Copley QC opened the appeal by discussing... Read more
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News.com.au
Baden-Clay to appeal murder convictionbreaking news FORMER real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay is set to appeal hi
Baden-Clay to appeal murder conviction
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
breaking news FORMER real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay is set to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife Allison. LAWYERS for the 44-year-old are due to take his case to Queensland's Court of Appeal on... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Appeal begins against Gerard Baden-Clay's murder convictionGerard Baden-Clay: Appeal begins against murder conviction of wife Allison Bade
Appeal begins against Gerard Baden-Clay's murder conviction
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Gerard Baden-Clay: Appeal begins against murder conviction of wife Allison Baden-Clay Queensland's Court of Appeal will today hear an appeal against Gerard Baden-Clay's conviction for murdering his wife Allison in 2012. He is appealing on four... Read more
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News.com.au
The stories you need to know todayrush hour RUSH HOUR: 91-year-old Estela Melendez has been carrying a foetus
The stories you need to know today
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
rush hour RUSH HOUR: 91-year-old Estela Melendez has been carrying a foetus in her womb for 60 years.Source: Supplied Good morning, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the best of... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Clay to appeal murder convictionFormer real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay is set to appeal his conviction for
Clay to appeal murder conviction
Sky News Australia / Posted 28 days ago
Former real estate agent Gerard Baden-Clay is set to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife Allison. Lawyers for the 44-year-old are due to take his case to Queensland's Court of Appeal on Friday. It's been just over a year since the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
Daily Examiner / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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Northern Star
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
Northern Star / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
The Daily Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
Queensland Times / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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News Mail
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder convictionQUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered
Baden-Clay in Supreme Court to fight murder conviction
News Mail / Posted 28 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S highest court will today hear arguments Gerard Baden-Clay suffered a miscarriage of justice when he was convicted of murdering his wife Allison. Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, was sentenced in July last year to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Baden-Clay to appeal over wife Allison's murderAllison and Gerard Baden-Clay, with their three children. Photo: Supplied One
Baden-Clay to appeal over wife Allison's murder
Brisbane Times / Posted 28 days ago
Allison and Gerard Baden-Clay, with their three children. Photo: Supplied One of Australia's most high-profile prison inmates, convicted wife-killer Gerard Baden-Clay, will make a fresh bid for freedom on Friday. The former prestige real estate... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ipswich bridge to be named after Allison Baden-ClayAllison Baden-Clay was murdered in 2012. Photo: Supplied An Ipswich bridge in
Ipswich bridge to be named after Allison Baden-Clay
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
Allison Baden-Clay was murdered in 2012. Photo: Supplied An Ipswich bridge in the favourite hue of Allison Baden-Clay will become a permanent memorial to the Queensland mother, killed by her husband in a crime that shocked the state. Police... Read more
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