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Sydney Morning Herald
Man who stabbed Sydney teacher to death at Camperdown bus stop found not guilty suffering from a schizophrenic illness, Justice Geoffrey Bellew said in his wri
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
suffering from a schizophrenic illness, Justice Geoffrey Bellew said in his written judgment after a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court this week. According to one witness, Mr Liston, 51, yelled, "Why are you doing this?" when he was attacked... Read more
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The Age
Man who stabbed Sydney teacher to death at Camperdown bus stop found not guilty suffering from a schizophrenic illness, Justice Geoffrey Bellew said in his wri
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
suffering from a schizophrenic illness, Justice Geoffrey Bellew said in his written judgment after a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court this week. According to one witness, Mr Liston, 51, yelled, "Why are you doing this?" when he was attacked... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Expensive, unpleasant': School braces for defamation backlashKambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
Kambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Expensive, unpleasant': School braces for defamation backlashKambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
Kambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Expensive, unpleasant': School braces for defamation backlashKambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
Kambala principal Debra Kelliher. Photo: Cameron Bloom But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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Canberra Times
Kambala and former principal look to settle defamation case to avoid damaging publicityprincipal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both part
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
principal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kambala school and ex-principal seek to settle defamation case out of courtemployer and two of its teachers over emails she claims defamed her and have re
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
employer and two of its teachers over emails she claims defamed her and have rendered her virtually unemployable. In the NSW Supreme Court, Justice Lucy McCallum was told both parties wished to settle the dispute out of court to avoid media... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Expensive, unpleasant': School braces for defamation backlashprincipal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both part
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
principal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Expensive, unpleasant': School braces for defamation backlashprincipal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both part
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
principal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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The Age
Kambala and former principal look to settle defamation case to avoid damaging publicityprincipal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both part
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
principal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Kambala and former principal look to settle defamation case to avoid damaging publicityprincipal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both part
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
principal, and is suing for special damages of up to $2 million. But both parties agreed at a directions hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday morning that it would be in their interests to mediate the dispute rather than air their dirty... Read more
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News.com.au
What six tradies will do with $16m lotto winPowerball dispute in court Brendan King at the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney. Ki
News.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
Powerball dispute in court Brendan King at the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney. King has taken members of his workplace lotto syndicate to court after allegedly failing to receive his share in a $40 million dollar Powerball win. Courtesy: AAP SIX young... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘We’ve won $16.4m, bugger going back to work!’your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Breaking News MoneySaver HQ
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Breaking News MoneySaver HQ Small Business Brendan King at the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney. King has taken members of his workplace lotto syndicate to court after allegedly failing to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
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Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Shakespeare Merchant Of Venice time lapse video, 2017 A bold new plan for a Western Sydney Stadium John Wilde leaving the NSW Supreme Court Lina Kurdi dodged the media as she appeared before Bankstown Local Court on charges. Today's Most Popular... Read more
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Herald Sun
Lured and murdered over $2000heard was shot and stabbed after being lured to a Leichhardt car park in 2014.
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
heard was shot and stabbed after being lured to a Leichhardt car park in 2014. A jury today found Carbone guilty at the NSW Supreme Court in Darlinghurst. Dillon was trying to recover $2000 owed to his sister Cassie when he went to Leichhardt... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lured and murdered over $2000heard was shot and stabbed after being lured to a Leichhardt car park in 2014.
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
heard was shot and stabbed after being lured to a Leichhardt car park in 2014. A jury today found Carbone guilty at the NSW Supreme Court in Darlinghurst. Dillon was trying to recover $2000 owed to his sister Cassie when he went to Leichhardt... Read more
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Perth Now
AOC tried to ‘rewrite history’ in bullying caserestructure” — language which irked his accusers. That was, in part, because H
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
restructure” — language which irked his accusers. That was, in part, because High Court judge Ian Callinan QC and former NSW Supreme Court judge Greg James QC, incorrectly advised the AOC that “nothing alleged here by the complainants, separately... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former Kambala principal sues school, teachers over emails that made her out to be 'tyrannical'of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick M
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick Moir She is suing for defamation in the NSW Supreme Court over an email sent by head music teacher Mark Grandison to various parents, staff and former staff shortly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
A bold new plan for a Western Sydney StadiumNews John Wilde leaving the NSW Supreme Court Lina Kurdi dodged the media a
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
News John Wilde leaving the NSW Supreme Court Lina Kurdi dodged the media as she appeared before Bankstown Local Court on charges. Teenage boy dies... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former Kambala principal sues school, teachers over emails that made her out to be 'tyrannical'of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick M
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick Moir She is suing for defamation in the NSW Supreme Court over an email sent by head music teacher Mark Grandison to various parents, staff and former staff shortly... Read more
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The Age
Former Kambala principal sues school, teachers over emails that made her out to be 'tyrannical'of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick M
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
of Kambala, Debra Kelliher, is suing the school and two teachers. Photo: Nick Moir She is suing for defamation in the NSW Supreme Court over an email sent by head music teacher Mark Grandison to various parents, staff and former staff shortly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
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Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
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The Betoota Advocate
Arnott's Executive Responsible For New And Improved Shapes Biscuits Loses Appeal Against 47-Year Prison Sentenceto widespread backlash. Dennis Archibald Watson, a former director of marketin
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
to widespread backlash. Dennis Archibald Watson, a former director of marketing and sales at Arnott’s, broke down in the NSW Supreme Court in Darlinghurst, on Sydney’s Lower East Side, this morning as Justice Alex Rhode upheld the judgement. “As... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tinder date murderer gets 30 years jailhe would “kill any man that he thought showed a romantic interest in his ex-par
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
he would “kill any man that he thought showed a romantic interest in his ex-partner”. Villaluna showed no reaction in the NSW Supreme Court when he was sentenced to 40 years with a non-parole period of 30 years for the murder of Keith Collins, 54,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Parents jailed for ‘terrible crime’in August 2014. “This was a terrible crime of child murder,” Justice Peter Joh
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
in August 2014. “This was a terrible crime of child murder,” Justice Peter Johnson said when sentencing the pair at the NSW Supreme Court in Darlinghurst on Thursday. During the trial the jurors heard horrific details about how the boy was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Tyrannical rule': Dumped principal at war with top girls' schoolOSX)'Shoes, jewellery, extravagant morning teas' In the statement of claim fil
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
OSX)'Shoes, jewellery, extravagant morning teas' In the statement of claim filed in the defamation proceedings in the NSW Supreme Court, Ms Kelliher claimed when she took over as principal in January 2014 Kambala was $12 million in debt and... Read more
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Perth Now
Teacher stabbed to death at bus stophousing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, w
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
housing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, was on Monday facing a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court after being declared unfit to stand trial over the stabbing. Crown prosecutor Eric Balodis said a witness... Read more
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Perth Now
‘Whim’ led to 25 years in jailLaurie Starling as the 29-year-old left his NSW Central Coast business The Chop
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Laurie Starling as the 29-year-old left his NSW Central Coast business The Chop Shop on the evening of July 24, 2014. A NSW Supreme Court jury earlier this year found him guilty of the murder, and on Wednesday he was sentenced to 34 years with a... Read more
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Perth Now
Tinder date murderer gets 30 years jailhe would “kill any man that he thought showed a romantic interest in his ex-par
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
he would “kill any man that he thought showed a romantic interest in his ex-partner”. Villaluna showed no reaction in the NSW Supreme Court when he was sentenced to 40 years with a non-parole period of 30 years for the murder of Keith Collins, 54,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former Manly NRL player Brett Stewart wins defamation action over match-fixing claimsby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alleged killer told friend he'd messed up, court hearsa Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't beli
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
a Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't believe me'," Christopher Barbara told the NSW Supreme Court on Tuesday where Errington, 31, and his then-girlfriend, Rhiannon Lisa Bloodsworth, 24, are on trial for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alleged killer told friend he'd messed up, court hearsa Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't beli
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
a Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't believe me'," Christopher Barbara told the NSW Supreme Court on Tuesday where Errington, 31, and his then-girlfriend, Rhiannon Lisa Bloodsworth, 24, are on trial for... Read more
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The Age
Alleged killer told friend he'd messed up, court hearsa Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't beli
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
a Sydney court has heard. "He said, 'Go have a look yourself if you don't believe me'," Christopher Barbara told the NSW Supreme Court on Tuesday where Errington, 31, and his then-girlfriend, Rhiannon Lisa Bloodsworth, 24, are on trial for... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
News Ltd 'defamed' NRL star over match-fixing reportby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
News Ltd 'defamed' NRL star over match-fixing reportby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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Western Advocate
News Ltd 'defamed' NRL star over match-fixing reportby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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Daily Liberal
News Ltd 'defamed' NRL star over match-fixing reportby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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The Border Mail
News Ltd 'defamed' NRL star over match-fixing reportby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former Manly NRL player Brett Stewart wins defamation action over match-fixing claimsby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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The Age
Former Manly NRL player Brett Stewart wins defamation action over match-fixing claimsby police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. Accordi
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
by police or was reasonably suspected by police of fixing NRL matches. According to his statement of claim lodged with the NSW Supreme Court, this had brought him into hatred, ridicule and contempt and "gravely injured ... his character, reputation... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Teacher stabbed to death at bus stophousing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, w
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
housing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, was on Monday facing a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court after being declared unfit to stand trial over the stabbing. Crown prosecutor Eric Balodis said a witness... Read more
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Canberra Times
Special hearing begins into death of teacher Brian Liston at Camperdown bus stopdo you think you're going to jail for?" Man: "Stabbing someone". During the i
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
do you think you're going to jail for?" Man: "Stabbing someone". During the interview, played at a special hearing of the NSW Supreme Court on Monday, the man later said he was inside his unit when he spotted someone at a bus stop outside who... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Teacher stabbed to death at bus stophousing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, w
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
housing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, was on Monday facing a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court after being declared unfit to stand trial over the stabbing. Crown prosecutor Eric Balodis said a witness... Read more
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News.com.au
Teacher stabbed to death at bus stophousing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, w
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
housing for people with mental health conditions. William Rodney Cahill, 29, was on Monday facing a special hearing in the NSW Supreme Court after being declared unfit to stand trial. Crown prosecutor Eric Balodis said a witness heard 51-year-old... Read more
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TheBull
Aussie shares set to start highermortgage lending standards are working and have helped ease Australia's overhea
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
mortgage lending standards are working and have helped ease Australia's overheated property market. In equities news, the NSW Supreme Court will hold a hearing to begin the process of transferring all of Ten Network shares to CBS, while Evolution... Read more
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The North West Star
‘You can’t unsee what we’ve seen’: How a murder case took its toll on investigatorson him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minim
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
on him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minimum of 33 and 30 years respectively in the NSW Supreme Court. Leaving court on Thursday, Acting Inspector Detective Joel Fawkner spoke of the enormous personal price... Read more
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Daily Liberal
‘You can’t unsee what we’ve seen’: How a murder case took its toll on investigatorson him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minim
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
on him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minimum of 33 and 30 years respectively in the NSW Supreme Court. Leaving court on Thursday, Acting Inspector Detective Joel Fawkner spoke of the enormous personal price... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘You can’t unsee what we’ve seen’: How a murder case took its toll on investigatorson him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minim
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
on him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minimum of 33 and 30 years respectively in the NSW Supreme Court. Leaving court on Thursday, Acting Inspector Detective Joel Fawkner spoke of the enormous personal price... Read more
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The Courier
‘You can’t unsee what we’ve seen’: How a murder case took its toll on investigatorson him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minim
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
on him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minimum of 33 and 30 years respectively in the NSW Supreme Court. Leaving court on Thursday, Acting Inspector Detective Joel Fawkner spoke of the enormous personal price... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
‘You can’t unsee what we’ve seen’: How a murder case took its toll on investigatorson him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minim
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
on him by them. On Thursday, the mother and stepfather were jailed for a minimum of 33 and 30 years respectively in the NSW Supreme Court. Leaving court on Thursday, Acting Inspector Detective Joel Fawkner spoke of the enormous personal price... Read more
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