Teenager held down by police, hit with baton in Byron Bay yelled ‘I’m not resisting’, inquiry hears

Teenager held down by police, hit with baton in Byron Bay yelled ‘I’m not resisting’, inquiry hears

Updated March 26, 2018 14:29:29 Video: NSW Police hit 16yo boy with batons during arrest (ABC News) Related Story: Byron Bay police being investigated after claims of violent arrests Footage showing police holding down a teenage boy and hitting him with a baton has been played at an independent inquiry …

Steve Smith faces ball-tampering inquiry as Cricket Australia resists calls for immediate sacking | Sport

Cricket Australia has resisted widespread calls for the immediate sacking of Steve Smith after the Australian captain admitted overseeing ball-tampering during the third Test in South Africa. On Saturday night Smith admitted that he and batsman Cameron Bancroft conspired to “get an advantage” in Cape Town by applying tape to …

Future of globally significant rock art still up in air as Senate inquiry hands down findings

Future of globally significant rock art still up in air as Senate inquiry hands down findings

Posted March 22, 2018 16:15:57 Video: Burrup rock art to be protected (ABC News) Related Story: Burrup Peninsula rock art decay ‘as sure as night follows day’ Related Story: Push for Burrup site to get UNESCO heritage status A senator involved in a long-awaited inquiry into the future of Australia’s …

Opposition push for new inquiry into Victorian Labor election staff scandal

Opposition push for new inquiry into Victorian Labor election staff scandal

Posted March 22, 2018 19:19:27 Photo: Mr Andrews has said he was sorry the breach occurred. (AAP: Luis Enrique Ascui) Related Story: Victorian Labor staff scandal: What you need to know Related Story: Victorian Labor misused $388k for election campaign staff: ombudsman Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ Government could come under …