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2019-06-21

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The Hong Kong protests couldn't have come at a worse time for Xi Jinping as he heads to North Korea before a high-stakes trade talk with Donald Trump in Japan, writes Ting Shi.

The criminal case into the death of helicopter pilot David Wood hears the 63-year-old's individual responsibility in the fatal Antarctic incident "cannot be entirely ignored".

An 18-year-old man has been committed to stand trial for manslaughter over an alleged one-punch altercation in a Hobart nightclub earlier this year.

Two people and the TT Line ferry service have been charged in relation to the death of 16 polo ponies travelling from Tasmania to Melbourne last year.

Zixi Wang, 29, is charged with the murder of her former partner Shuyu Zhou, whose body was found at the base of a high-rise apartment complex in Sydney's south on Monday night.

Two men accused of the gang rape of a woman in Brisbane more than two decades ago are granted bail after being extradited from interstate while a third suspect is remanded in custody.

The Victorian Government said ongoing conflict between councillors had reduced the respect for, and standing of, the council in the community.

A man who donated his sperm to a lesbian friend with the belief he could play a role in the child's life wins a High Court fight to be named the girl's legal father, blocking her mother from moving overseas.

A 19-year-old neo-Nazi who created an image of the Duke of Sussex with a pistol to his head against a blood-spattered background is jailed for more than four years under UK terrorism laws.

Tanya Day died of traumatic brain injuries after she was arrested for public drunkenness in December, 2017. Lawyers for the Indigenous woman's family are now asking the Victorian coroner to consider whether systemic racism was a factor in her death.

The vehicle has a maroon body and silver tray, with a distinctive bar across the back of the tray.

Richard Arow and his girlfriend had only been outside Melbourne's Love Machine nightclub for a few minutes when the crowd they were in was shot at from a moving car. Police hope the release of new clues will help solve the killings.

MORNING BRIEFING: Michael Ferguson says union bosses have hit a 'new low' and a court hears that a Launceston man accused of murder said his alleged victim "is going to pay".

The Queensland Supreme Court will decide whether to allow a widow to use her dead husband's sperm to give her young son a sibling, as they were planning to do so before he died.

Kelly says the way police handled the investigation into her alleged assault "has been the most devastating part of it" after she was told her rape kit was destroyed and then never existed at all.

Children as young as 10 have been kept in adult maximum-security watch houses in Queensland and now we know one of the main reasons why.

Former UEFA president Michel Platini is taken into custody as part of a probe into the awarding of the 2022 FIFA World Cup to Qatar.

A man accused of manslaughter and unlawful sexual intercourse with a baby will argue there is no proof of any crimes alleged against him, an Alice Springs court hears.

Disgraced former drug detective Paul Dale tells the Royal Commission into Management of Police Informants he has waited years to expose what he says is "corruption" within the highest ranks of Victoria Police over the use of Nicola Gobbo as a police informer.

Former drug squad detective Paul Dale wanted to speak to gangland bosses Tony Mokbel and Carl Williams nine days after he was arrested for the burglary of a drug house, the royal commission hears.

Two brothers charged with intentionally causing serious injury over an alleged attack on a a senior Victoria Police officer displayed aggressive and threatening behaviour and were "attempting to engage in a fight" a Melbourne court is told.

Footage from a Victorian poultry farm, released by animal activists, appears to show workers stretching the necks of chickens and throwing them onto a concrete floor.

A 27-year-old Canberra man is found guilty of running a major drug operation to fuel a flamboyant lifestyle — complete with expensive cars and inspirational quotes — played out on Facebook and Instagram.

Philip Arps is sentenced to 21 months in jail after pleading guilty to distributing the video, which was livestreamed on Facebook.

The Victorian Government prepares to reintroduce a bill which would make it easier for people to alter the sex recorded on their birth certificate to male, female or any other gender descriptor of their choice.