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2014/04/18 22:05
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Padbury's port of call. Sydney man Roland Bleyer, who describes himself as ''chairman of the finance committee'' for private companies including Superkite and Alliance Super Holdings, has confirmed...
2014/04/18 22:05
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2014/04/17 13:47
2014/04/17 13:47
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The One.Tel team Brad Keeling, Lachlan Murdoch, James Packer and Jodee Rich. Photo: Jessica Hromas The final chapter of long-running legal action over failed telco company One.Tel has come to an end,...
2014/04/16 06:56
2014/04/16 06:56
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Former rugby player Paul Darren Mulvihill has been sentenced to at least 22 years in jail for the stabbing murder of his former lover Rachel Yeo, with a judge describing the attack on the young woman...
2014/04/14 23:27
2014/04/14 23:27
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A Lender of Last Resort By Linton Besser, Janine Cohen & Mario Christodoulou A Lender of Last Resort - Monday 7 April, 2014 Ian Lazar is one of Sydney's more colourful business identities. He calls...
2014/04/14 14:18
2014/04/14 14:18
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ABC boss Mark Scott’s seven-month-late apology to a News Corp journalist depicted having sex with a dog in a televised Chaser episode was undermined yesterday when the comedy team tweeted an image of...
2014/04/14 05:26
2014/04/14 05:26
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Bondi hoarder Mary Bobolas charged with assaulting police officer A woman facing the forced clean-up of her home in Sydney's east has been charged with assaulting a female police officer. Police say...
2014/04/11 21:55
2014/04/11 21:55
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James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch could settle a long-running dispute over their conduct as directors of dotcom bomb One.Tel as early as next week. James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch could settle a...
2014/04/11 20:24
2014/04/11 20:24
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If one definition of the word prostitute is ''to sell one's talents for an unworthy purpose'', then how should we describe what economic consultants do? These people dream up seemingly economic...
2014/04/11 05:55
2014/04/11 05:55
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A man and a woman have been found guilty of the murder of Wollongong lawyer Katie Foreman, who died in a deliberately lit fire at her Corrimal home in the early hours of October 27, 2011. Two guilty...
2014/04/10 05:15
2014/04/10 05:15
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A young man involved in the shooting murder of Sydney businessman Michael McGurk felt extremely guilty, regretful and remorseful and has experienced symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, a court...
2014/04/07 23:20
2014/04/07 23:20
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Victoria's Law Reform Commission is reviewing a rule that killers cannot inherit from their victims. The ''forfeiture rule'' - that no one who unlawfully kills another person can share in their...
2014/04/06 17:55
2014/04/06 17:55
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A ''sham'' document created in relation to a defamation action against The Sydney Morning Herald has become part of an Independent Commission Against Corruption probe. A ''sham'' document created in...
2014/04/05 14:28
2014/04/05 14:28
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Wronged Queenslanders will be given the power to launch class actions against the government and businesses in a move Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said would “rebalance the scales of justice back...
2014/04/04 03:55
2014/04/04 03:55
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Convicted murderer Paul Mulvihill acts aggressively when women end a relationship with him against his wishes or desires, the judge charged with sentencing him has said. Convicted murderer Paul...
2014/04/02 18:19
2014/04/02 18:19
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Flood victims have eight days to sign up for suit against state Story Tools IPSWICH flood victims have eight days to sign up for the much-anticipated class action against the State...
2014/04/02 04:05
2014/04/02 04:05
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Man's $3.3m lotto win claim dismissedUpdated: 14:50, Wednesday April 2, 2014 For years, Robert Clemett has claimed he had what everyone dreams of - a winning lottery ticket for $3.3 million. But on...
2014/04/01 16:55
2014/04/01 16:55
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Disputes over the ownership of land gradually surrendered to the sea date back to 14th-century England. Now, in this time-honoured tradition of legal argy-bargy, the great 21st-century seawall debate...
2014/03/31 14:26
2014/03/31 14:26
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In the New South Wales Hunter Valley, residents of the tiny village of Bulga are gearing up for the latest battle in their long-running attempt to protect their village being swallowed by coal...
2014/03/30 14:05
2014/03/30 14:05
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Raymond Tatnell's financial adviser told him the investment was ''a no-brainer''. He was right. Tatnell lost money and has now brought a case before the NSW Supreme Court against his advisers from...
2014/03/30 02:17
2014/03/30 02:17
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LISA Stockbridge, the alleged drug-dealing Sydney socialite, is likely to plead guilty to supplying cocaine and ecstasy in some of Sydney’s most exclusive suburbs, her lawyer said this...
2014/04/18 22:05
2014/04/18 22:05
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