NT police investigate alleged sexual assault of four-year-old boy near Tennant Creek | Australia news

Northern Territory police are investigating the alleged sexual assault of another young child in an outback community, just weeks after the alleged rape of a two-year-old prompted emergency measures to bring alcohol-fuelled violence under control. Officers from the child abuse taskforce are investigating the alleged incident in a Barkly region …

IBAC will not investigate Morwell National Party branch forgery allegations

IBAC will not investigate Morwell National Party branch forgery allegations

Updated March 23, 2018 13:21:48 Victoria’s independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) will not investigate allegations of forgery within the National Party’s Morwell branch. Earlier this year, Victorian Nationals Leader Peter Walsh asked police to investigate the withdrawal of $8,000 from the party’s Morwell branch bank accounts. The Nationals said the …

NSW police investigate links to Italian mafia after four charged over drug supply near Bathurst

NSW police investigate links to Italian mafia after four charged over drug supply near Bathurst

Updated March 23, 2018 12:34:34 Photo: Police found large cannabis crops that looked like “football fields” from the air near Bathurst. (Supplied: NSW Police Media) Related Story: Australia’s ‘weakest link’: Why do drug runners target Geraldton? Related Story: Meth seized, 12 arrested after drug busts in Manjimup Police are investigating …

Panthers to investigate alleged racial abuse levelled at Greg Inglis

Panthers to investigate alleged racial abuse levelled at Greg Inglis

Updated March 19, 2018 01:40:56 Video: Greg Inglis booed after head knock (ABC News) Penrith are investigating allegations South Sydney’s Greg Inglis was racially abused during Saturday’s 18-14 defeat at Panthers Stadium. In a statement, Panthers CEO Brian Fletcher said the club “has been made aware of an allegation of …

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 …