Coronavirus: government wins historic Covid lawsuit

Coronavirus: government wins historic Covid lawsuit

A NSW Supreme Court judge has sided with the government in a landmark decision following a challenge to the state’s public health regulations. The NSW government has won a landmark Supreme Court challenge to the state’s lockdown measures to fight the Covid outbreak. Two groups of prosecutors – all of whom refused to be vaccinated … Read more

Ron Brierley: Former corporate titan completes doom with jail time

Ron Brierley: Former corporate titan completes doom with jail time

Disgraced former business titan Ron Brierley has been jailed after being convicted of possessing child abuse material. Disgraced former business titan Ronald Brierley has been jailed after he was discovered with a cache of child abuse material, completing his spectacular fall from grace. The New Zealand-born corporate raider faced up to 10 years in prison … Read more

Jamil Hopoate: Why former NRL player avoided jail?

Jamil Hopoate: Why former NRL player avoided jail?

Former NRL player Jamil Hopoate avoided being sent to jail on Friday for domestic violence. Former NRL bad boy Jamil Hopoate narrowly avoided being sent to jail for domestic violence after the court heard he was forced to give up his foot dreams to follow in the footsteps of his famous family. There was a … Read more

Kristian Pulkownik: Alleged horse puncher to fight animal cruelty allegations

Kristian Pulkownik: Alleged horse puncher to fight animal cruelty allegations

A man accused of hitting a horse during an anti-lockdown rally in Sydney’s CBD has formally pleaded not guilty, a court heard Wednesday. A man accused of beating a horse during the anti-lockdown protests in Sydney has pleaded not guilty and formally denied responsibility for the alleged act of animal cruelty that sparked widespread outrage. … Read more

Kristin Fisher: How Sydney socialite got embroiled in cocaine bust

Kristin Fisher: How Sydney socialite got embroiled in cocaine bust

Shocking details of when NSW police found a Sydney socialite in a drug dealer’s car with bags of cocaine at her feet have been revealed in court. Details of when NSW police discovered a socialite in the eastern suburbs of Sydney in the back seat of a drug dealer’s car with two bags of cocaine … Read more

Biloela family: Three-month bridging visa set to provide reprieve

Biloela family: Three-month bridging visa set to provide reprieve

The Biloela family fighting to stay in Australia are expected to receive a reprieve as their battle in the Federal Court continues. The Tamil family, embroiled in a protracted struggle to stay in Australia, has been granted a three-month bridging visa. The Murugappan family on Thursday sued the Federal Circuit Court, where they claimed they … Read more

Coronavirus: beachgoers flock to the water despite Covid fear

Coronavirus: beachgoers flock to the water despite Covid fear

Crowds of beachgoers have flocked to the beaches of Sydney’s eastern suburbs despite the city being on lockdown, but the government has declared it the “safest place” to be. Beachgoers flocked to Sydney’s sands on Saturday as the mercury spiked more than 30 degrees, but Health Minister Brad Hazzard denied they posed a Covid threat. … Read more

Dov Tenenboim: Drug Lord’s Shocking Cocaine Habit

Dov Tenenboim: Drug Lord’s Shocking Cocaine Habit

The shockingly expensive amount of cocaine a drug lord consumed every day has been revealed when he was imprisoned for a massive import scheme. A Sydney drug dealer was inspired to import massive amounts of illegal substances to fund his $7,000-a-day cocaine addiction, a court has heard. What started as an addiction ended with the … Read more

Coronavirus: Religious leaders request exemption from public health regulations

Coronavirus: Religious leaders request exemption from public health regulations

Jewish, Baptist and Presbyterian leaders have launched a legal challenge against lockdown measures in two different states. A group of religious leaders have launched a legal battle against the NSW and Victorian public health ordinances on the grounds that they should invite parishioners to their houses of worship in line with supermarkets and bottle shops. … Read more

Stuart MacGill: Cricket great’s alleged kidnapping story under attack in court

Stuart MacGill: Cricket great’s alleged kidnapping story under attack in court

One of the men accused of being involved in the kidnapping of cricketing great Stuart MacGill has attacked his credibility in court. One of the men accused of orchestrating the kidnapping of Stuart MacGill has attacked the ex-test cricketer’s trustworthiness, describing his story as “holes and holes,” a court has told. Marino Sotiropoulos lashed out … Read more