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“At both the meetings [Mr Goldenberg] appeared to be nervous and was sweating a lot,” read notes from interviews with a Perth victim.
From the Costco mum to the 'I'm going to eat while the FAS is talking', we detail them all.
Vida McIntosh, 16, was last seen about 2.45pm on May 18 in Bruce.
Etihad Stadium will be renamed Marvel Stadium in a new partnership with The Walt Disney Company Australia.
Police could not say how the man and another stabbing victim made it to the ambulance station, which is now a crime scene.
Plus why Canberra mothers are leaving hospital so quickly.
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It comes amid concerns aired by Canberra midwives that capacity issues have seen women discharged too early due to lack of beds.
The owners in an apartment building should be able to set the rules for individuals wanting to let out a property.
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The most significant difference between the referendum era and the present-day ice-age of non-reform is the standing of parliamentarians in the community.
The building was home to the federal customs department.
Some councils have been accused of not understanding their own planning rules as the stoush continues over new medium density rules.
A key focus of the $54.3 million funding boost will be on professional development and mentoring for teachers.
Miss Jean Batten, the 24-year-old New Zealand airwoman, who left England on May 8 in her Gypsy moth plane on a solo flight to Australia, has reached Darwin creating a new record for a woman's solo flight.
One of the state's first female Supreme Court judges will lead a review of sexual consent laws, prompted by a high-profile case.
New research done in Melbourne could revolutionise the way urinary tract infections are treated.
Lort Smith estimates that around a third of the animals received are surrendered due to restrictions on renters.
The expression "home sharing" when used by supporters of Airbnb is about as misleading and deceptive as "doublespeak" in the novel 1984.
A state parliamentary inquiry will consider the role of pharmacists in dispensing "low-risk" prescription medications.
The RSPCA ACT has slammed a new government proposal to stop Canberra's feral peacock invasion as community opposition to the plan grows.
Its chief David Fricker said the agency's budget would impact on its services "across the board".
The boy suffered cuts after a teacher handed him a razor, and his father is angry he did not get to share a special father-son moment with his child.
New black cabs to begin on Brisbane streets as Yellow cabs joins a nationwide fleet of cabs in every capital city.
Bringing scammers together.
Canberra is highly liveable, but needs better branding, says British urbanist Greg Clark
Ali Faraj has previously been convicted of deceitful business practices in other states. He now appears to be operating on the Gold Coast.
The gunman jailed for his role in killing underworld figure Graham Kinniburgh is set to be charged with murdering the man who pulled the trigger.
Building an autonomous robotic window cleaner for high-rise buildings while he was doing his HSC has won Oliver Nicholls a global science and engineering award.
Ipswich City Council today pleads with Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe to allow them to remain.
Tony Petrovski also took 25 days sick leave after claiming to have cancer, and allegedly accepted a cash payment from his employer to help with treatment.
The Targeting Scams report was released on Wednesday morning and provided an insight into scam activity in Australia throughout 2017.
Fire crews found the house "well-involved" when they arrived and police said a 16-year-old boy was assisting with inquiries.
The colourful past of the Nomads president was standing in the way of a mortgage.
Bus drivers want to be included in laws protecting emergency services workers from violent assaults.
Two men who viciously raped a drunken medical student in a dark Brisbane alley have been sentenced to at least four years and three months jail.
Our curated list of the best ways to celebrate Reconciliation Day in the capital.
Nepalese man Hari Prasad Dhakal guilty of fatally stabbing Pakistani-born IT worker Abdullah Siddiqi, 38, in Ballarat.
A Sydney mortgage broker allegedly paid for the $200 ‘platinum service’ at a brothel then punched the sex worker who believed he wasn’t wearing a condom.
The children of slain Rye woman Joy Rowley say they hope lessons from police failures in their mother's case will drive change to prevent domestic violence,
Subiaco-based building contractor ArchiApps was placed into liquidation last week, joining the growing list of builders in WA to go bust in recent months.
The marriage had recently ended when the man broke into the woman's new home, where he also tried to make it look like her new partner was having an affair.
It costs $7 more to see a female GP at a medical practice in northern Melbourne because female doctors often take more time with their patients.
The $42 million store is the fifth one to open in Canberra.
Garry Shawcross Robinson was accused of falsifying documents that led to the mass cull of 22,000 sheep in Pakistan four years ago.
The Brisbane Liveabilty Survey has been launched .We we want Brisbane residents to tell us, and government decision-makers, what needs improvement.
Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath has filed an appeal against the sentence imposed on rapist James Ronald Lennox.
The unidentified woman was found washed up on the beach on Wednesday morning.
A second man allegedly involved in the abduction of a Gold Coast schoolboy will return to a Sydney court in a bid to have him extradited to Queensland.
A Victorian farmer accused of murdering a man who ran over his dog says the gun accidentally went off after he tripped on an eggplant.