National Crime News

National Crime News

  • Terrorist Neil Prakash ‘appears in Turkish c...
    Australia's most wanted terrorist Neil Prakash denies charges against him during a Turkish court appearance, local media reports. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25By Andrew Greene
  • ‘I had round after round’: What one-pu...
    A video recording of a NSW Police interview shows Hugh Garth, the first person to be convicted under the state's so-called one-punch laws, telling police he was merely acting in self-defence. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25By Karl Hoerr
  • Hugh Garth was the first person in NSW to be convi...
    Hugh Garth was the first person in New South Wales to be convicted under so-called one-punch laws after being found guilty over the death of Raynor Manalad in 2014. This police interview obtained by ABC News was conducted just hours after the assault. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Police urged to get more aggressive with terrorist...
    The NSW Police force needs to forget traditional tactics and get more aggressive against terrorists, a former senior police officer warns in the wake of the findings from the Sydney siege inquest. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Wheelie-popping motorcyclist snapped exceeding spe...
    A motorcyclist allegedly caught on speed cameras repeatedly exceeding the speed limit on a 100kph stretch of road in Brisbane is ordered to appear in court, while the unregistered vehicle is confiscated by Queensland police. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Schapelle Corby enjoys a rare meal out at a restau...
    Two days before Schapelle Corby is due to return to Australia, she is filmed enjoying a rare meal out at a restaurant in Kuta, Bali. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Body found in drain by council workers in Gladston...
    Police in central Queensland are trying to determine if there are suspicious circumstances surrounding human remains found in Gladstone this morning. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25By Paul Robinson
  • Indonesian drugs agency calls for Corby to remain ...
    Schapelle Corby should remain in jail because she was part of a narcotics syndicate with which she could reconnect, Indonesia's drugs enforcement agency says, implying the Australian was lucky to escape the death penalty. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25By Adam Harvey
  • Schapelle Corby should stay in jail, Indonesian dr...
    Schapelle Corby should remain in jail because she was part of a narcotics syndicate with which she could reconnect, Indonesia's drugs enforcement agency says, implying the Australian was lucky to escape the death penalty. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-25By Adam Harvey
  • How did the Manchester attacker slip through the s...
    It's clear Salman Abedi was on the radar of security services, and hard questions will no doubt be asked about how authorities missed the deadly Manchester attack, writes Philip Williams. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24By Philip Williams
  • Police officer killed in suspected Jakarta suicide...
    A suspected suicide bombing at a bus terminal in Jakarta kills one police officer and injures four others, Indonesia's deputy police chief says. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24By Samantha Hawley
  • Three police officers killed in suspected Jakarta ...
    A suspected suicide bombing at a bus terminal in Jakarta kills three police officers and injures five others, Indonesia's deputy police chief says. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24By Samantha Hawley
  • Man becomes first person convicted under NSW one-p...
    Hugh Garth is the first person in New South Wales to be convicted under so-called one-punch laws after being found guilty of causing the death of another man in 2014. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24By Jackson Vernon
  • NSW Coroner Michael Barnes hands down findings int...
    Coroner Michael Barnes has announced the findings from the long inquest into the Sydney siege, saying police waited too long to go into the cafe after the first shot was fired at 2:03am. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24
  • ‘One shocking discovery followed the next...
    Families, survivors and police react to the findings from the 18-month inquest into the Sydney siege with a mix of feelings from relief to disappointment. ... read more
    Source: National Crime NewsPublished on 2017-05-24