Sue Neill-Fraser murder case: Man pleads guilty to perverting course of justice over his evidence

Sue Neill-Fraser murder case: Man pleads guilty to perverting course of justice over his evidence

Posted March 23, 2018 17:26:05 A man accused of perverting the course of justice in relation to the last-chance appeal of convicted killer Susan Neill-Fraser has told the court he made “a stupid mistake”. Neill-Fraser is trying to convince the court she has new evidence that could see her murder …

Cardinal George Pell case: Alleged inappropriate conduct occurred in public pool, court hears

Cardinal George Pell case: Alleged inappropriate conduct occurred in public pool, court hears

Updated March 23, 2018 15:25:11 Photo: Cardinal Pell strenuously denies the charges of historical sexual offences. (ABC News: Danielle Bonica) Cardinal George Pell allegedly acted inappropriately against complainants “under the water” of a public swimming pool and out of sight of others, the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court has heard. A sister …

Hepatitis A case linked to Melbourne restaurant Cumulus Inc

Hepatitis A case linked to Melbourne restaurant Cumulus Inc

Updated March 23, 2018 00:04:51 Photo: Anyone who ate at the restaurant in the three week period should get a free hepatitis A vaccine. (supplied: cumulusinc.com.au) People who have eaten at the popular Melbourne restaurant Cumulus Inc in the past three weeks are advised to get a free hepatitis A …

Cambodian military won’t investigate Australian death at gun range, says it’s a ‘private case’

Cambodian military won’t investigate Australian death at gun range, says it’s a ‘private case’

Updated March 21, 2018 06:31:31 Photo: Men carry a stretcher after an explosion at a shooting range in Cambodia that killed two people, including an Australian man. (Supplied: Cambodia Police) The Cambodian military will not investigate how an Australian was killed on a shooting range last week, after allegedly trying …