Liberal Senator Mary Jo Fisher has fronted court charged with stealing $93 worth of groceries from a Foodland supermarket in Adelaide.
A Bendigo man will spend three months in a Queensland gaol after ramming a car in a McDonald’s drive-thru.
The Queensland Government has decided not to award a flood hero gong to a former rapist after uncovering his criminal record. Bob Riddler, 54, served a total of 12 years over a 1997 rape and a 1999 armed robbery.
Twenty-two “persons of interest” have been taken from the Villawood immigration detention centre to Silverwater gaol as police investigate Wednesday’s arson attacks and riot.
An unidentified South Australian Labor MP has charged with four counts relating to the acquisition and possession of child pornography.
Critics have branded the government’s campaign against ‘sexting’, or sending sexually explicit MMS messages, ‘dull and unrealistic’.
Lawyers for Julian Assange are outraged that The Guardian has published leaked Swedish police files about the rape charges faced by the WikiLeaks chief.
The murder of Bargo teenager David Auchterlonie in the Belanglo State Forest has only added to the notoriety of the area where seven people were killed in the 1990s.
Fugitive actor Randy Quaid is claiming that he failed to appear in court on burglary charges because he believes a gang of “star-whackers” are killing Hollywood celebrities—and that he could be next.
Michael Sacatides, the Australian kickboxing instructor who brought 1.7 kilograms of methamphetamine into Bali on Friday, is maintaining his innocence.
Around 40 anti-coal activists from the group Rising Tide brought Newcastle’s coal terminals to a standstill for five hours today.
Liverpool’s council chambers been destroyed in a major blaze that investigators suspect may have been deliberately lit.
Comrade Duch, the Khmer Rouge official who converted a high school into the notorious S-21 prison camp, will appeal his 30-year gaol term for crimes against humanity.
The Reserve Bank’s note-printing business has been accused of bribing Indonesian officials in order to win a 1999 contract for printing 500 million 100,000-rupiah notes.
Police yesterday staged a re-enactment of the murder of Sydney businessman Michael McGurk in a bid to gain new insights into the four-month-old case.