Trial set for Charleston shooting suspect
Trial set for Charleston shooting suspect
After facing her third murder trial, Ammie Douglass has once more been found guilty of killing a retired school teacher before stealing cash from his home west of Sydney.The Lithgow mother of two is due to appear for a NSW Supreme Court sentence hearing on Thursday where arguments will be made about how much jail time should be imposed for the 2016 murder of Christopher Whiteley.
The body of a missing Queensland mother has been uncovered in the back of a car hours after her son was charged over her disappearance.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says the situation at the front remains "extremely acute," particularly in the eastern Donetsk region where Russia is stepping up an offensive.Zelenskiy reported major battles for Vuhledar, to the southwest of Donetsk, and Bakhmut, to the northeast.
The man who carried out a pepper-spray attack on a US Capitol Police officer who died the day after the 2021 riot was sentenced to 80 months in prison on Friday with credit for time already served in pre-trial detention.Julian Khater, 32, who admitted in a guilty plea he had used the pepper spray against Officer Brian Sicknick and at least two other officers, told US District Judge Thomas Hogan the rash actions he took that day were not in his nature, and he wishes he could take them back.
Supermarket shoppers can be seen wading through flooded stores while a major international airport has been brought to a standstill.
A primary school-aged boy is fighting for his life after being hit by lightning at a beach near Wollongong on Australia Day.The nine-year-old boy was hit by the bolt while in the surf at Warilla Beach at Barrack Point, Surf Life Saving NSW said.
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Australia is in a better position to meet its local gas needs but big exporters will need to supply some of their uncontracted gas to domestic markets to make up the shortfall.Last year, the consumer watchdog raised concerns manufacturers could go out of business unless a more affordable domestic gas supply was secured.
Prison officers at one of the most dangerous maximum security jails in NSW have begun a two-day strike demanding improved safety conditions.More than 150 officers from Parklea Correctional Centre in northwest Sydney took industrial action on Friday over what they say is the lowest pay in the country in a jail with some of the worst assault records in NSW.
Five handicapped Jewish prisoners, photographed for propaganda purposes, who arrived in Buchenwald after Kristallnacht. Holocaust Memorial Museum/Photograph #13132When Dominic Perrottet admitted to wearing a Nazi uniform to his 21st birthday party, he apologised to Jews and veterans – but not to the other groups who were persecuted by the Nazis, including disabled people. However, disabled people were the first victims of the Holocaust. They were murdered in a number of Nazi programs specificall
Senior government officials dismissed legal advice that labelled the controversial robodebt scheme illegal, a royal commission has been told.The commission examining the Centrelink debt recovery program was told law firm Clayton Utz prepared draft advice on the legality of the scheme in 2018 but it was not acted on.
Footage reveals the terrifying moment a father and his young son discovered a snake on the slideSource: Reddit/xelfer
The British traveller refuted suggestion her photo gave off the wrong impressions.
Social media influencers who mislead their followers are facing a crackdown from the consumer watchdog as part of a push for more transparency.More than 100 influencers have been identified for investigation after tip-offs to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
After 15 schooners, Alen Kovac drove to a Brisbane residence and took part in a home invasion that forced a family to leave and never return.A dispute between neighbours escalated into a violent attack after Kovac arrived to assist his mates - Russell and his son Trent Hirst - in April 2021, Brisbane District Court was told.
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A privately rented garage where the two-day search for a Gold Coast mother ended in tragedy is being scoured for evidence into her suspected homicide.The body of 61-year-old Wendy Sleeman was discovered in a blue Honda jazz stored at a unit complex in Brisbane's inner north on Thursday.
Asteroid 20223 BU's path in red, with green showing the orbit of geosynchronous satellites. NASA/JPL-CaltechThere are hundreds of millions of asteroids in our Solar System, which means new asteroids are discovered quite frequently. It also means close encounters between asteroids and Earth are fairly common. Some of these close encounters end up with the asteroid impacting Earth, occasionally with severe consequences. A recently discovered asteroid, named 2023 BU, has made the news because today
Authorities say three people have died and at least one is missing after record levels of rainfall pounded New Zealand's largest city, causing widespread disruption.Prime Minister Chris Hipkins flew to Auckland on a military plane after a state of emergency was declared in the region.
The FBI says it has secretly hacked and disrupted a prolific ransomware gang called Hive, a manoeuvre that allowed the bureau to thwart the group from collecting more than $US130 million ($A183 million) in ransomware demands from more than 300 victims.At a news conference, US Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy US Attorney General Lisa Monaco said government hackers broke into Hive's network and put the gang under surveillance, surreptitiously stealing the