Risk to public health escalated to ‘very high’ after third Ebola case confirmed: WHO

Risk to public health escalated to ‘very high’ after third Ebola case confirmed: WHO

Posted May 18, 2018 18:47:32 Photo: It was the third case in an urban area, sparking fears of a wider contamination. (UNICEF: Mark Naftalin) A third confirmed case of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has led the World Health Organisation to escalate its assessment of …

Luke Lazarus speaks out following Four Corners report into Kings Cross rape case

Luke Lazarus speaks out following Four Corners report into Kings Cross rape case

Posted May 17, 2018 19:06:49 The Sydney man at the centre of a high-profile sexual assault case has cautioned against major changes to consent laws. Luke Lazarus was found not guilty of sexually assaulting Saxon Mullins, then 18, in an alleyway behind his father’s Kings Cross nightclub in 2013 after …

Malka Leifer extradition case delayed again at latest hearing in Jerusalem

Malka Leifer extradition case delayed again at latest hearing in Jerusalem

Updated May 17, 2018 00:33:16 There has been another delay in the extradition case of accused Australian-Israeli Sex offender Malka Leifer. At the latest hearing in Jerusalem, Ms Leifer was transported from Nave Tirtsa women’s prison to the District Court building. But her lawyer convinced the judge she should remain …

Court document sheds new light on alleged money laundering case involving former South Sudanese military general

Court document sheds new light on alleged money laundering case involving former South Sudanese military general

Updated May 14, 2018 11:02:09 Many Australians struggle to save a deposit for a home, let alone pay for a property in full. So how did then 22-year-old Ngouth Oth Mai manage to buy a $1.5 million property in Melbourne upfront in 2014 when he had only ever earned welfare …

Ugly Geelong-Collingwood encounter exhibit A in the case against modern AFL

Ugly Geelong-Collingwood encounter exhibit A in the case against modern AFL

Updated May 14, 2018 05:22:54 Photo: The Collingwood and Geelong clash at the MCG failed to live up to expectations. (AAP: Joe Castro) Related Story: Some say the AFL is in crisis, but the crowds keep turning up At the Gabba last week Collingwood and Brisbane did not so much …

Ebola outbreak: World Health Organisation prepares for ‘worst case scenario’ in Congo

Ebola outbreak: World Health Organisation prepares for ‘worst case scenario’ in Congo

Updated May 11, 2018 22:52:30 The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it is preparing for the “worst case scenario” in an Ebola outbreak in a remote area of the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the potential for the virus to spread to a major town. Key points: The immediate risk …

Wilkinson launches "landmark" racism case against AFL

May 10, 2018. Former Gold Coast AFL player Joel Wilkinson speaking to media at Shine Lawyers offices in Melbourne about his case against the AFL over racism and sexual harassment. Wilkinson says his career was cut short because of racism. Wilkinson’s lawyer Will Barsby says two more former players have …

Clear Hybrid iPhone X Case by Ztotop, Thin Tempered Glass Back Cover and Soft Silicone Rubber Bumper Frame Support Wireless Charging for Apple iPhone X / iPhone 10 (2017) – Matte Black Frame

Clear Hybrid iPhone X Case by Ztotop, Thin Tempered Glass Back Cover and Soft Silicone Rubber Bumper Frame Support Wireless Charging for Apple iPhone X / iPhone 10 (2017) – Matte Black Frame [PRECISION CUTOUTS]: iPhone X Case / iPhone 10 Case Compatible with Apple iPhone X Phone 5.8 inch …

Commonwealth Bank and ASIC to settle interest rate-rigging case

Commonwealth Bank and ASIC to settle interest rate-rigging case

Updated May 09, 2018 09:58:04 Photo: As part of the in-principle settlement, CBA will admit that it engaged in unconscionable conduct. (ABC News: Nic MacBean, file photo) Commonwealth Bank has agreed to pay $25 million to settle an interest rate rigging case brought by ASIC. As part of the in-principle …

Reworked child protection system in Tasmania under fire from unions, case worker

Reworked child protection system in Tasmania under fire from unions, case worker

Posted May 07, 2018 20:03:35 Two key Tasmanian unions have raised serious concerns about the State Government’s redesign of the child protection system, claiming it will farm out responsibility for child safety to the non-government sector. The Government announced a major overhaul of the “broken” child protection system in 2015 …