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11 January 2018 6:55 AM Man jailed for drunken Queen Street Mall rape

A man who raped a drunk woman on the verge of passing out in Brisbane's Queen Street Mall has been sentenced to five months behind bars. Mohamed Husein Mohamud was interrupted by police after he was caught on the city council's CCTV digitally penetrating the 18-year-old on a bench in August 2015. The Brisbane District Court heard Mohamud joined the woman 13

25 December 2017 5:38 AM American Andrew Weiss set for Sydney To Hobart start after entering race at 2am

American sailor Andrew Weiss entered the Sydney To Hobart on his iPad at 2am one morning after knocking back a few rums on a New York Yacht Club cruise. For months he'd been weighing up whether to haul his 43-footer Christopher Dragon across the Pacific ocean and enter a race he had watched on television since he was a kid, and he finally made the decision 44

29 November 2017 7:41 PM Up to 32 per cent of women at Sydney Uni colleges experience sexual harassment, review finds

As many as 32 per cent of women at University of Sydney colleges have experienced sexual harassment and 6 per cent of female college students have experienced actual or attempted sexual assault, with other college students making up the vast majority of perpetrators, a review of college culture has found. The review, led by former sex discrimination 56

28 November 2017 1:34 AM Tina Arena tackles Margaret Court at the Newcombe Medal

Outspoken entertainer Tina Arena has used Australian tennis' night of nights to subtly promote a name change of Margaret Court Arena. Tennis Australia is under pressure to remove Court's name from one of its flagship stadiums at Melbourne Park following the 24-time grand slam singles champion's vocal opposition to same-sex marriage. Sam Kerr is the best, Andrew 61

27 November 2017 7:01 AM How they rated: First Ashes Test report card for Australia and England

Openers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft cruised their way to 170 runs to seal the first Test at the Gabba. Proving the art of conversation isn't dead, Australian batsman Cameron Bancroft recounts how an amicable night of drinking with England'€'s Jonny Barstow began with a friendly headbutt. Sam Kerr is the best, Andrew Hoole slots a ripper, Kangas 55 1

16 November 2017 8:08 AM Macron invites Hariri family to France 'not at all' for exile

Paris: Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri and his family will travel to France in coming days, a French presidential source says, after Emmanuel Macron invited him as part of efforts to defuse tensions in the Middle East. Speaking in the German city of Bonn after a climate conference on Wednesday, Macron said his invitation was not an offer of exile 92

1 November 2017 7:46 AM Aaron Pajich murdered by Jemma Lilley and Trudi Lenon, Perth jury rules

A would-be serial killer and a mother of three with an interest in BDSM have been found guilty of the murder of 18-year-old Aaron Pajich. Jemma Victoria Lilley, 26, and Trudi Clare Lenon, 43, had been on trial for the past five weeks accused of luring the 18-year-old to their Orelia home in June last year and fatally stabbing him. His body was found 51

31 October 2017 7:44 AM Remaining Manus Island refugees fear attacks

Refugees refusing to leave the Manus Island detention centre were bracing for a restless night and fearing attack as the deadline for closure passed. More than 600 refugees and asylum seekers remain inside the centre at the Lombrum Navy Base in Papua New Guinea out of fear for their safety outside. The group made an eleventh-hour bid in the PNG Supreme 94

30 October 2017 12:23 AM Queensland election: Adani protesters disrupt Palaszczuk's campaign trail for second day

Protesters against the Adani mining project in north Queensland have again made their presence felt on the state election campaign trail. Adani protesters heckled both Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls yesterday and already this morning in Airlie Beach where Ms Palaszczuk is campaigning. One Nation questions are still dogging 48

26 October 2017 12:50 AM Top cop concedes police 'mucked up' over crash involving Premier's wife

Victoria's police chief has conceded the officers who did not breath test the Premier's wife after a serious crash had "mucked up", but says they would have been dealing with a complicated situation. The frank admission came as Premier Daniel Andrews revealed one of the officers involved later apologised to his wife over the breath test bungle 36