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Inglis escapes conviction for drink-driving because of community work

Inglis escapes conviction for drink-driving because of community work

Inglis was stripped of the captaincy of the Australian rugby league team after he was caught speeding and drink driving just outside Lithgow in October.

  • by Angus Thompson

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Magistrate's misconduct: Dominique Burns latest judicial officer referred to Parliament
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Magistrate's misconduct: Dominique Burns latest judicial officer referred to Parliament

The former Newcastle family law barrister has joined a short and unenviable list. She is due to face Parliament some time after the March state election.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
'Deeply regret': Kambala settles defamation case with former principal
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'Deeply regret': Kambala settles defamation case with former principal

The exclusive girls' boarding school has apologised to Debra Kelliher over emails sent by staff following her resignation.

  • by Angus Thompson
'Serious instances of misbehaviour': magistrate referred to Parliament
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'Serious instances of misbehaviour': magistrate referred to Parliament

NSW magistrate Dominique Burns has been referred to Parliament after public hearings held by the Judicial Commission last year.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Man shot at Clyde could have produced gun himself, lawyer tells court
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Man shot at Clyde could have produced gun himself, lawyer tells court

A man shot in the foot at Clyde on Monday might have produced a Glock 9-millimetre pistol when he saw masked men approach him, a court has been told.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Fortnite gamer pleads not guilty to hitting pregnant partner
Domestic violence

Fortnite gamer pleads not guilty to hitting pregnant partner

Luke Munday is denying a charge of common assault after inadvertently live-streaming himself allegedly hitting his girlfriend in December.

  • by Angus Thompson
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'She was on the right path': teen pleads guilty to sneaking 394 pills into festival
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'She was on the right path': teen pleads guilty to sneaking 394 pills into festival

18-year-old Tina Phan took the pills into the festival to help her family, a court has heard.

  • by Sally Rawsthorne
Chilean teen to be extradited to NSW over her role in alleged theft syndicate
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Chilean teen to be extradited to NSW over her role in alleged theft syndicate

A South American teenager is one of eight Chilean nationals police say stole designer products, cash and gold from homes and shops in Sydney and Melbourne.

  • by Sally Rawsthorne
Accused robber stole motorised scooter of man later found dead: court
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Accused robber stole motorised scooter of man later found dead: court

Two men have been charged after a man was found dead in his Surry Hills apartment.

  • by Angus Thompson & Rachel Clun
'The cleaner did it': woman accused of stabbing 92-year-old claims self defence

'The cleaner did it': woman accused of stabbing 92-year-old claims self defence

A cleaner accused of attacking an elderly woman, leaving her with permanent disfigurement, has claimed self defence.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Four men arrested in alleged $2 million Sydney cocaine bust
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Four men arrested in alleged $2 million Sydney cocaine bust

Four men were arrested after Border Force officials detected $2 million worth of cocaine disguised in a package sent from Peru.

  • by Sally Rawsthorne