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Fri 19 Oct 2018

Man's body found in ute tray after shooting

Man's body found in ute tray after shooting

Police appeal for information after fatal shooting.

Khashoggi ‘kill squad’ member found dead

Khashoggi ‘kill squad’ member found dead

A MAN suspected as being part of a team of Saudi security forces who “tortured and killed” journalist Jamal Khashoggi has died in a “suspicious” car accident.

Murder charge laid over 2012 disappearance

Murder charge laid over 2012 disappearance

POLICE have charged a man over the disappearance of a 23-year-old woman who police believe may have been pregnant.

Family say 'unnecessary force' used in teen arrests

Family say 'unnecessary force' used in teen arrests

WHAT started out as a straightforward operation went from “zero to 100”, according to one witness.

Thu 18 Oct 2018

Fifth man charged over Sydney teen’s murder

Fifth man charged over Sydney teen’s murder

A MAN has been arrested over his alleged role in the murder of a teenager from Sydney’s south-west last year, after he arrived back in Australia on an international...

Teen girl’s horror walk home

Teen girl’s horror walk home

A 14-YEAR-OLD girl has allegedly been raped at knifepoint by a man who grabbed her as she walked out of a suburban street.

Cops fine hundreds of cyclists for 'unusual' offence

Cops fine hundreds of cyclists for 'unusual' offence

QUEENSLAND Police have issued hundreds of fines to cyclists for talking on their phone while riding their bicycle over the past four years.

Burnett man charged with raping employee

Burnett man charged with raping employee

The man has been charged with two counts of rape, one count of sexual assault and one count of deceptive recruitment.

Aussie link to Saudi ‘murder’

Aussie link to Saudi ‘murder’

A SAUDI doctor suspected of killing and dismembering a prominent journalist honed his craft in Australia, it has been revealed.

Casino man caught allegedly stealing from ambulance

Casino man caught allegedly stealing from ambulance

POLICE allege the man was found with debit cards not belonging to him.

World class multi purpose boating facility opens in Tweed

World class multi purpose boating facility opens in Tweed

Tweed Heads Marine Centre will be home to governmental marine-based operations

Man pleads guilty to abusing his mum

Man pleads guilty to abusing his mum

He was told breaking things would not solve any problems.

Woman fined hundreds after intersection crash

Woman fined hundreds after intersection crash

A 72-YEAR-OLD woman collided with a trailer outside Warwick.

Audio of missing journalist being ‘hacked to death’

Audio of missing journalist being ‘hacked to death’

THE awful, final minutes of Jamal Khashoggi’s life were reportedly caught on audio as he was attacked and killed. WARNING: GRAPHIC

Teen gunman dead after school massacre

Teen gunman dead after school massacre

RUSSIA says a teenager is responsible for an attack on a Crimean college, which has killed at least 18 people. He reportedly set off a bomb then went around...

High school students ‘fed’ grandmother’s ashes

High school students ‘fed’ grandmother’s ashes

AT least nine high school students have allegedly consumed a classmate’s dead grandma after they were unwittingly fed biscuits baked with her ashes.

Wed 17 Oct 2018

Teen wants freedom after school stabbing

Teen wants freedom after school stabbing

AN Adelaide private school girl charged with stabbing a fellow student allegedly told her victim “I’m sorry” before running away.

Labor hits back at Nationals over Mur'bah courthouse

Labor hits back at Nationals over Mur'bah courthouse

Candidate demands the Nationals make their intentions clear.

John Howard's advice on dealing with stress

John Howard's advice on dealing with stress

Former prime minister gives stress tips to Tweed police officers.

China’s bizarre defence of ‘brainwashing’ camps

China’s bizarre defence of ‘brainwashing’ camps

A CHINESE governor has said controversial re-education camps are more like holiday resorts where wives “become more considerate” and life is “colourful”.

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