"Obviously, I am my father's daughter," baby killer Kathleen Folbigg wrote in her diary in 1996.
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In 2006, Jayne Gersbach was having problems knowing "what was real and what were dreams".
Alan Rayfield tells court he 'stuffed up badly' and is ashamed and remorseful, as he is sentenced to jail for child grooming.
"I was scared and alone" Jayne Gersbach said, as she sat crying in the witness box.
Former Parramatta Eels boss' role in the salary cap scandal goes against "every fibre of his moral code", as the son of a policeman with a keen sense of honesty and justice, a court has heard.
A Current Affair reporter Ben McCormack has appeared in court for the first time since he was charged with child pornography offences.
Fake financial adviser allegedly told police the life savings he swindled from three elderly people was gone.
A man accused of filming female colleagues using the toilet and "up-skirting" shoppers at Woolworths in Surry Hills tried to hide his face after he appeared in court to face extra charges.
Former Roosters star Shaun Kenny-Dowall has escaped conviction for possessing cocaine, after making the "monumental mistake" of accepting a small amount of the drug at Sydney's Ivy nightclub.
Mr Renshaw alleges NSW Lotteries is responsible for one of its retailers refusing to return his ticket.