The court showed a surveillance camera of a man with cerebral palsy being pushed on a pillow over his face by a caregiver

The family of a disabled man who was assaulted by his caregiver said it took him six months for him to smile again after the incident, which was captured on a home security video. the main points: Patricia Rosana Teremaco has been charged with aggravated assault CCTV shows the victim pushing a pillow over his … Read more

Fair Work begins legal action against Fun Tea store operator, alleging wage theft of more than $180,000

The operator of a bubble tea shop in Adelaide, which was the scene of a high-profile attack earlier this year, is facing a lawsuit to pay less than 20 employees $186,000. the main points: The Fun Tea shop in Chinatown was the scene of the assault of a young worker earlier this year The Fair … Read more

Online activity during COVID lockdowns sees an increase in cyber attacks and espionage

Cybercrime is now reported every eight minutes in Australia with criminals and spies taking advantage of large numbers of people working from home during the COVID-19 lockdowns. the main points: Cybersecurity incidents rose by 13 per cent in Australia over the past financial year, according to the official report The Australian Cyber ​​Security Center says … Read more

A man was electrocuted after biting a police officer while he was resisting arrest for a hotel attack

An 18-year-old man has been charged after he was said to have bitten a female police officer while resisting arrest in a hotel car park in South Adelaide last night. the main points: The 18-year-old was electrocuted after biting the officer and has been charged with assault In a separate incident, a man was taken … Read more

Ten arrested for ‘violent and brutal’ assault that left 17 years in intensive care

Ten teens have been charged with attempted murder after police investigate the alleged assault of a 17-year-old in Brisbane. Detective Director Tony Fleming said police allege the assault was “vicious and violent” and occurred during a “social gathering” at an apartment in Milton on Railway Terrace Saturday morning. Detective Director Fleming said a group of … Read more

House Representative Connie Bonaros ‘delighted’ she took action against former Liberal MP Sam Dullock, despite his acquittal

Connie Bonaros, Member of Parliament from South Australia, said she was pleased to have filed a police complaint against fellow MP Sam Dullock, despite the former liberal’s acquittal of the assault. the main points: Sam Dulock has been found not guilty of assaulting fellow Representative Connie Bonaros Bonaros refused Deluce’s apology She called for changes … Read more

Perth man accused of child sex offenses police allege happened while he worked as a babysitter

WA Child Abuse investigators have accused a Perth man of committing several child sex crimes against several children while he was working as a babysitter. Warning: This story contains content that some people may find disturbing. Police allege the 23-year-old from Bennett Springs inappropriately treated three children, ages 4 to 10, between June and August … Read more

BHP fires 48 workers for inappropriate sexual behavior over two years, investigation says

BHP revealed to a parliamentary inquiry that over the past two years it has fired 48 workers in connection with inappropriate sexual behaviour. the main points: Parliamentary inquiry examines sexual harassment of women at Western Australian mine sites So far there have been more than 28 requests submitted by various stakeholders BHP has revealed that … Read more

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defends Israel’s attacks on Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defends Israel’s attacks on Gaza – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Israel’s latest attacks and the rising death toll in Gaza are drawing a global outcry. Debra Alfarone reports. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On .