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South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has pardoned Samsung Electronics vice-chairman Jay Y Lee, with the justice ministry saying the business leader was needed to help overcome a "national economic crisis".The pardon is largely symbolic, with Lee having being on parole since August 2021 after serving 18 months in jail for bribery in a scandal that led to massive protests and brought down then-president Park Geun-hye in 2017.
A union is taking fast food giant McDonald's to court again arguing that its young workforce have been denied paid breaks.The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association has lodged a Federal Court Claim in South Australia against 323 McDonald's operators and the multinational firm itself over the alleged denial of paid rest breaks at nearly 1000 current and former McDonald's sites.
CCTV has captured the moment the unwitting woman was fatally knocked over by the zipline equipment.
An Adelaide grocer has made Aldi the butt of the joke in his latest take down of major supermarkets.
Two Woolies shoppers have blasted the chain over its excessive use of plastic. Here's how the retailer has responded.
Two other people in the vehicle at the time of the murders were left unharmed, police said.
Courtney Clenney was recently charged with second degree murder, following her boyfriend's death. Video of the two in an elevator months before the murder allegedly shows Clenney attacking him. Source: Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office via Miami Herald
Homebuyers are being urged not to buy a 'gorgeous' three-bedroom house after a horrifying crime occurred there. Find out more.
Biodiversity experts have revealed several genetically distinct populations of one of Australia's most tasty and sought-after table fish, the pink snapper.Once abundant from the warmer waters off Western Australia's Pilbara region to the cooler realms of the Great Australian Bight, Chrysophrys auratus has more recently been a focus of catch reductions to preserve numbers.
Montenegro has declared three days of national mourning after 10 people, including two children, were killed in a daylight attack by a gunman who police said had recently exhibited a "change in behaviour."The 34-year-old attacker on Friday used a hunting rifle to first shoot to death two children, 8 and 11, and their mother, who lived as tenants in his house in the western city of Cetinje's Medovina neighbourhood.
Children transferred to an isolated unit at a maximum-security adult prison in Perth have made multiple suicide and self-harm attempts within weeks of the move.A group of 17 boys, aged as young as 14 and mostly Indigenous, were shifted last month from Banksia Hill detention centre to a new unit at nearby Casuarina prison.
Her raunchy content was viewed millions of times before her brutal murder.
Energy Minister Chris Bowen says a new emissions reduction objective for the country's national energy measure will make a "material difference" to how the market operates.The objective was added following a meeting of Mr Bowen with state and territory counterparts on Friday.
With the US tearing itself apart, old comments Donald Trump made about new weapons technology have come back into the spotlight.
Secret listening devices placed at the home of the "prime suspect" for the murder of an auto wrecker recorded nothing about the killing, a jury has been told.While Kubilay Kilincer was involved in lots of discussions about money, there was nothing about the killing of his boss, a retired police officer testified on Friday.
Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price claims the ABC will only give a "one-sided view" of the Voice to parliament referendum, saying she finds it "deeply troubling" as a First Nations person.The Country Liberal Party senator was speaking in favour of a motion at the Nationals' federal council meeting that called for the federal government to ensure the public broadcaster adhered to its editorial standards and charter.
A lawyer for former US president Donald Trump signed a statement in June that said all classified material held in boxes at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence had been returned to the government, the New York Times reports.The statement was signed after Jay Bratt, a top national security official in the US Department of Justice, visited Trump's South Florida beach club on June 3, the newspaper reported on Saturday.
"There is a special place in hell for this woman," authorities said while releasing chilling CCTV of her act of animal cruelty.
Acting Prime Minister Richard Marles says the world "would breathe a sigh of relief" once the situation in Taiwan de-escalates.It comes after tensions have heightened in the Taiwan Strait in recent days, after China conducted several military drills in the region.
Parking inspectors on the Gold Coast are now able to issue tickets without even stepping out of their vehicle – and the technology has left residents unimpressed. Read more.