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  • Kathy Jackson to apply for legal aid in fraud trial

    15 December 2017 5:46 AM 11

    Taxpayers may have to foot the legal bill for former Health Services Union boss Kathy Jackson's when she stands trial accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Jackson, 49, appeared before the Victorian County Court on Friday for a directions hearing about a trial over the 166 charges she faces. The former union boss has been charged with 18 counts

  • Simon Lethlean deserves a second chance, say Saints

    15 December 2017 5:46 AM 14

    St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis says the Saints are totally comfortable hiring axed AFL football operations boss Simon Lethlean because he had taken enough ownership of his misdemeanours to convince the club that he deserved a second chance. Lethlean will become the Saints' general manager of football following a restructure sparked by former chief operating

  • Motorcyclist dies while testing motorbike in inner Brisbane

    14 December 2017 11:04 PM 11

    A motorbike test ride has gone horribly wrong in Brisbane’s inner-north, claiming the life of a 24-year-old man in a crash. A police spokesman said the McDowall man was test-riding a friend’s bike when he lost control and crashed into a tree in Newstead about 11.30pm. Police are appealing for anyone who saw the crash or might have dashcam footage to come forward

  • Tertiary Entrance Guide 2017: Why are VCE results scaled?

    14 December 2017 9:00 PM 10

    Before students' study scores for different VCE studies can be used to calculate each ATAR, VTAC needs to scale them to take into account different levels of competition in different studies. VTAC's role is to provide a way of ranking students that is fair to students, across the different studies they have taken. When VTAC receives each study score

  • In sign of protest, Gaza eatery offers North Koreans discounts

    14 December 2017 6:53 PM 10

    Gaza City: A Gaza eatery is offering massive discounts to North Korean diners but there is just one problem - there are no North Koreans in Gaza. Ibrahim Raba, manager of a shawarma restaurant in Gaza's Jabaliya refugee camp, says he is offering the 80 per cent discounts to show his appreciation for North Korea's rejection of President Donald Trump's

  • Offal spill on Gateway Motorway creates 'slippery' conditions for drivers

    14 December 2017 7:09 AM 13 1

    The Gateway Motorway is partially closed after a meat truck carrying offal spilled its load on Thursday afternoon. Motorists were warned to expect lengthy delays after the offal spilled across three southbound lanes at Rochedale about 2pm. Police closed two lanes to clean up the mess, which had created “slippery” conditions, Australian Traffic Network’s

  • Dashcam footage captures moment Perth cyclist is thrown from bike

    12 December 2017 5:20 AM 34

    Shocking dashcam footage has captured the moment a cyclist was thrown from his bike after being hit by a car south of Perth on Monday morning. The footage, taken on Safety Bay Road near Rockingham about 7.45am, shows a cyclist travelling in the bike lane on the side of the road before a white Toyota attempts to pull into the intersection, seemingly

  • Smoke pours into inner-city skyline as Brisbane house goes up in flames

    11 December 2017 8:48 AM 39

    Thick smoke poured into the inner-Brisbane skyline on Monday afternoon, as fire took hold of a two-storey house in Bardon. Eight fire crews were dispatched to the home on Lorward Avenue and it took about three hours for the blaze to be extinguished. Emergency services were called to the property just before 3pm and found the home well alight, with smoke

  • Tradesman kidnapped girl, 8, before raping her and returning her, court told

    11 December 2017 3:20 AM 43

    A tradesman in his mid-50s kidnapped an eight-year-old girl in regional NSW before raping her and returning her an hour later to the spot he'd abducted her from, NSW Police say. Detectives also allege he produced child abuse material in the short time he held the girl captive after taking her in Wellington, near Dubbo, on Saturday afternoon. Police say the 55-year-old

  • Motorcyclist Ali Mohana killed in Sunday crash will 'never be forgotten'

    11 December 2017 3:20 AM 53

    The sister of a motorcyclist who was killed after a collision with a car on Sunday night said he "lived life to the fullest" and was someone on whom she could always depend. Ali Mohana, 22, died after his motorbike and a car crashed in Arncliffe about 9pm. He was rushed to hospital where he died. The male driver of the car was taken for mandatory testing