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A Tasmanian man who sexually abused a drunk and vulnerable 16-year-old girl has avoided jail in what a judge has described as an unusual case.The man was drinking with the girl and her friends at a park in 2020 after buying them whiskey.
A senior Fair Work Commission member has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing over a Christmas party fireworks incident.Deputy president Gerard Boyce was accused of letting off fireworks at the industrial umpire's Sydney offices during an unofficial work party in December.
The US government is scheduled to ask Britain's High Court to overturn a judge's decision that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should not be sent to the United States to face espionage charges.In January, a lower court judge refused an American request to extradite Assange on spying charges over WikiLeaks' publication of secret military documents a decade ago.
A convicted terror cell leader is now waiting to learn if his latest bid for freedom will see him released before the end of 2023.Abdul Nacer Benbrika became the first Australian convicted of leading a terrorist organisation and was jailed for 15 years in 2009.
Greg Inglis will return to the Macksville club his father played for in a low-key Australian bush footy comeback for the NRL champion.Inglis left Australia in 2019 to play in the English Super League for Warrington Wolves after a 263-game NRL career with Melbourne and South Sydney.
Newcastle halfback Mitchell Pearce has handed in a release request to the club following increased speculation over his future.Pearce has been heavily linked with a move away from the NRL, with Super League club Catalans Dragons hopeful he will replace the retired James Maloney after they made their maiden grand final.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS* Australia is set to reach the 80 per cent double-vaccination threshold in a matter of days.* The population-wide coronavirus vaccine booster shot program could start in less than two weeks after the medicines regulator gave the green light.
Golden State came from 15 points down to deny Josh Giddey his first NBA win with Oklahoma and seal the Warriors' best season start since they won their first 24 games of the 2015 season.6 draft pick Giddey had seven points, nine rebounds, four assists, one steal and a blocked shot as the young Thunder took it to Steph Curry's unbeaten side.
A man has described his fear coming face to face with an alleged group of neo-Nazis on a Victorian mountain.Thomas Sewell and Jacob Hersant were allegedly among a group who confronted several hikers in the Cathedral Ranges state park, northeast of Melbourne, in May this year.
Defending WBBL champions Sydney Thunder remain winless from five outings after succumbing to the Melbourne Renegades by nine runs.Not even a classy 64 from Indian star Smriti Mandhana could help the Thunder secure a breakthrough victory in Launceston on Wednesday.
Australia has announced a $124 million package to support security, climate and health efforts in southeast Asia, as the prime minister defended a new pact with the US and UK.Scott Morrison on Wednesday took part in an online summit with leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Fortescue Metals Group has rejected calls for a register of sexual offenders in Western Australia's mining industry, saying it would prefer to rely on its own safeguards.The mining giant, chaired by billionaire Andrew Forrest, is also opposed to the creation of an independent body to oversee the management of harassment claims.
The chief-of-staff to former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro was "collateral damage" in a fight over documents regarding the prosecution of friendlyjordies producer Kristo Langker, a magistrate says.Siobhan Hamblin testified on Wednesday she always intended to fully comply with a court order to produce digital records on her work devices, only for Mr Barilaro to quit days after she received it.
A healthy swing by Jorge Soler powered the Atlanta Braves to a smashing beginning to the World Series.Making his first start since testing positive for COVID-19, Soler became the first player to open a World Series with a home run and the Braves, despite the loss of pitcher Charlie Morton to a broken leg, hushed the host Houston Astros 6-2 on Tuesday night in Game 1.
Sharks can mistake humans for their natural prey because they look the same when viewed from below, as the marine predators do.That's the finding of Macquarie University researchers who say they have confirmed sharks confuse people with seals.
Robbie Katter reckons restaurants are coming the raw prawn with consumers about the origin of their meals in Queensland.The Katter's Australian Party MP says pubs, clubs, fish and chip shops and restaurants don't have to tell their customers if seafood they serve is imported, even though up to 70 per cent of it comes from overseas.
One of planks of the Morrison government's 2050 net zero emissions target risks being rendered substantially less effective as the climate warms.The coalition's net zero assumptions rely partly on using developments in soil carbon to support broader emissions offsets.
Australian mogul skier Brodie Summers predicts it will be tough but not impossible for unvaccinated athletes to be at their best after completing 21 days quarantine before next year's Winter Olympics in Beijing.With 100 days to go until the opening ceremony on February 4, the IOC this week released the latest "playbook" for the Games.
A lovesick man accused of murdering four people during a drug-fuelled rampage across Darwin in search of his ex-girlfriend's lover was unlikely to be experiencing psychosis, a court has been told.Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann has pleaded not guilty to four counts of murder on June 4, 2019, saying he'd been poisoned and suffered temporary insanity.
US regulators are expelling a unit of China Telecom Ltd., one of the country's three major state-owned carriers, from the American market as a national security threat amid rising tension with Beijing.