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A Sydney doctor carried out unnecessary breast examinations on two women, pulling at their nipples and making the demeaning comment "bunch of grapes" to one patient, a tribunal has found.Tharumalingam Sinnathurai also breached Sexual Boundaries Guidelines by saying "you wouldn't want to get fat", suggesting a patient could spend money to buy a new dress and commenting how unattractive women are to men if they get drunk.
A leading epidemiologist has raised concerns about a proposal to use rapid antigen testing to boost crowd numbers for the AFL grand final in Melbourne.Ex-Collingwood president Eddie McGuire has floated allowing up to 100,000 fans into the MCG for the AFL decider in late September, after it was moved to Brisbane last year amid the state's second wave of COVID-19.
Legendary Dominican merengue singer Juan de Dios "Johnny" Ventura has died aged 81, according to his family and officials in the Dominican Republic.Ventura died after suffering a heart attack in the city of Santiago, his son Jandy said.
The Australian Bar Association has joined calls for Attorney-General Michaelia Cash to reconsider the controversial prosecution of Canberra lawyer Bernard Collaery.Collaery, 75, is fighting allegations he unlawfully shared classified information about a 2004 Australian spy operation that bugged the office of East Timor's prime minister during negotiations over oil and gas resources in the Timor Sea.
Andrew Fifita has revealed he'd consider playing for the Indigenous All Stars ahead of Tonga if they are granted entry into the Rugby League World Cup.Both the fate of an Indigenous bid to play in the tournament and the entire competition hang in the balance, after Australia and New Zealand's withdrawal last week.
The defence lawyer for the first person charged under Hong Kong's national security law has argued at a final mitigation session before sentencing that his client was a "decent young man" who did something very stupid.Tong Ying-kit, 24, could be sentenced on Friday to several years to life imprisonment after being found guilty by a panel of three judges in the High Court for "terrorist activities" and "inciting secession" in a watershed ruling with long-term implications for the city's judicial
When it comes to drug trafficking and child exploitation, Australia's law enforcement and intelligence agencies assume criminals are behind it rather than nation-states.But an inquiry has heard foreign governments have at least some role in large-scale cyber attacks.
After snapping Great Britain's 25-year Olympic hold on the men's coxless four gold medallist Alex Hill believes it can be the start of a new era of Australian dominance in the event.Winning silver in Rio, Hill was part of the Tokyo men's crew who claimed Australia's first gold medal since the Oarsome Foursome's triumph at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
St Kilda's Brett Ratten will face off against his former AFL club as rival coach David Teague faces mounting pressure to keep his job at Carlton.Almost nine years after he was dumped by the Blues as they pursued three-time premiership mentor Mick Malthouse, Ratten needs no reminder of how brutal AFL coaching is.
Fuel management and identifying areas most at risk feature heavily in a new bushfire management plan to operate across South Australia for the next four summers.Development of the strategy to enhance bushfire resilience and safety was a key recommendation of an independent review sparked by devastating fires on Kangaroo Island and in the Adelaide Hills two summers ago.
A senior NRL reporter who threatened to "rip off" an 18-year-old colleague's head has lost defamation proceedings against five news outlets that published his tirade.Massoud sued Sydney radio station 2GB, Nine Digital, Fox Sports Australia, The Daily Telegraph, and radio station KIIS FM for defamation in the NSW District Court over their reporting of the workplace dispute that resulted in his dismissal from the Seven NetworkThe outlets had published the allegation he had threatened to "slit" the
Austrian Sepp Straka has set a cracking pace as Australia's medal hopefuls struggled to keep up during the first round of the Olympic men's golf championship.Straka fired an Olympic-record-equalling eight-under-par 63 to seize a two-stroke lead at the Kasumigaseki Country Club before lightning in Tokyo forced the suspension of play on Thursday.
Wests Tigers have told Canberra they are not interested in picking up Curtis Scott as the NRL club wraps their arms around their own shattered centre James Roberts.The Tigers were approached with Scott as a potential answer for their backline shortage, with the former Melbourne centre on the outer at the Raiders.
Australia wants to help tackle vaccine hesitancy in Papua New Guinea after exporting one million doses to the Pacific region.The Morrison government previously promised 15 million jabs for East Timor and Pacific countries by the middle of next year.
Internal turmoil at Crown has been laid bare with former director John Poynton claiming he faced "inappropriate" pressure from company chair Helen Coonan to resign.Mr Poynton made the claim in a submission to a West Australian royal commission examining Crown's suitability to retain the state's casino licence.
Gold Coast small forward Izak Rankine's poor AFL form has cost the youngster, with the Suns dumping the 21-year-old back to the reserves.3 pick at the 2018 draft, Rankine managed just seven disposals in last weekend's loss to Brisbane at the Gabba and went without a goal for the third straight game.
A former director of software companies that were part of an alleged telemarketing scam says he accepted the job after being swindled out of compensation for a brain injury.But John Kane later realised he had "been used and groomed" by former detective Michael John Featherstone, he told a Brisbane court on Thursday.
Queensland's Education Department says it "can absolutely improve our practices" after it confirmed there had been 19 asbestos "instances" at state schools during an air-conditioning rollout.Of the 19 instances since 2019, 12 were classified as "notifiable" cases, Education Department director-general Tony Cook said in a state parliament estimates hearing on Thursday.
As Australian breaststroker Zac Stubblety-Cook celebrates ending a 67-year Olympic gold drought, Kyle Chalmers is lamenting a mere 60 milliseconds.The unsung Stubblety-Cook has won Australia's first Olympic gold in the 200m breaststroke since the 1964 Games, also in Tokyo.