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2014/07/29 12:53
2014/07/29 12:53
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The NSW Supreme Court has overturned a corruption finding made against RAMS Home Loans founder John Kinghorn over his involvement in a mining venture linked to corrupt former Labor minister Eddie...
2014/07/29 12:53
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2014/07/29 02:17
2014/07/29 02:17
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Convicted killer Michael Ibrahim awarded almost $18,000 and granted another parole hearing Michael Ibrahim will get a second chance and almost $18.000 at freedom after he was awarded another parole...
2014/07/28 15:55
2014/07/28 15:55
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For 16 years Mary Gaudron presided over the highest court in Australia, sitting on landmark cases such as Mabo and Wik and earning a reputation as a passionate advocate for equality and human...
2014/07/28 03:55
2014/07/28 03:55
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A man at the centre of a manipulative love triangle, who convinced one of his lovers to murder the other by setting fire to her bedroom as she slept, has been sentenced to at least 27 years' jail. A...
2014/07/27 15:48
2014/07/27 15:48
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Contested space: this property on Kulgoa Road, Bellevue Hill, was once the marital home of Lisa Poulos and Hans Eberstaller. It's being dubbed Sydney's War of the Roses: a bitter marriage breakdown,...
2014/07/26 13:16
2014/07/26 13:16
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ON my signal, unleash David Middleton. Tim Sheens’ million dollar legal fight with the Wests Tigers could come down to the opinion of a rugby league statistician. The Kangaroos coach is suing the...
2014/07/26 12:29
2014/07/26 12:29
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Some people will do anything for art. Louise McBride, a high-profile Sydney barrister, is one of those people. She has hired a helicopter to transport a $74,000 sculpture into her cliff-top mansion...
2014/07/26 10:46
2014/07/26 10:46
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ACTRESS Toni Collette has received a $75,000 refund from Industrie clothing label founder Susan Kelly, which may be the final chapter in their long-running legal battle over a soured deal to buy a...
2014/07/25 14:21
2014/07/25 14:21
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Wills composed on computers, iphones and even webcams are being accepted by courts as valid documents as the digital age throws up tricky dilemmas about making one's final wishes. Wills composed on...
2014/07/25 12:05
2014/07/25 12:05
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Convicted killer Michael Ibrahim could be a step closer to freedom after it appeared he would be granted another chance at parole. Ibrahim was refused parole at a hearing in April, but the NSW...
2014/07/25 09:17
2014/07/25 09:17
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Hoax media release activist walks free AN activist who temporarily wiped $300 million off a mining company's value by issuing a hoax media release has walked free. JONATHAN Moylan, 26, was released...
2014/07/25 06:06
2014/07/25 06:06
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Anti-coal activist Jonathan Moylan has escaped a jail term after he created a fake press release for ANZ bank. The hoax temporarily wiped hundreds of millions of dollars off a mining company's...
2014/07/25 05:18
2014/07/25 05:18
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Michael Ibrahim (centre) with brothers Sam (left) and John (right) Photo: Supplied Convicted killer Michael Ibrahim is likely to have a new parole hearing after a "slip up" by authorities meant he...
2014/07/25 01:30
2014/07/25 01:30
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BEFORE dawn one May morning in 1992, children at properties run by controversial sect Children of God were taken from their parents in dramatic raids across two states. The operation involved the...
2014/07/24 06:26
2014/07/24 06:26
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Serial litigant Tosson Mahmoud fights NSW Government move to block him from courts A serial litigant who has lost count of the number of times he has been to court is fighting the New South Wales...
2014/07/23 08:15
2014/07/23 08:15
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On the eve of her divorce from prominent barrister Alexander ''Sandy'' Whistler Street, lawyer-turned-chanteuse Sally Street says she is flat broke, has not worked for nine years and fears she will be...
2014/07/22 22:05
2014/07/22 22:05
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Bendigo Bank subsidiary Rural Bank and three of its senior executives have denied accusations they were complicit in an elaborate fraud allegedly used to steal a database worth as much as $100...
2014/07/22 14:47
2014/07/22 14:47
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AUCTION house Christie’s sold a forged painting to the Australia Club in Sydney for $69,000 only days after its experts said the real artist would “roll in his grave” if he saw the fake, legal...
2014/07/22 03:05
2014/07/22 03:05
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A man who killed a childhood friend during a drug-fuelled bender has traded insults with a supporter of the dead man in a Sydney court. Graham Smith, 22, was found not guilty of Joshua George's...
2014/07/20 07:50
2014/07/20 07:50
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Graham Rundle's garden gave solace during intense personal and legal struggles stemming from childhood sexual abuse. Photo: Jonathan Carroll GRAHAM Rundle was seven when he became a number, in the...
2014/07/29 12:53
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