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Jarryd Hayne Found Guilty Of Rape After Third Rape Trial

After an 11 day trial and 20 hours of deliberation over 8 days, at 3.37 pm on 4 April 2023, a jury of 6 men and 6 women returned a unanimous verdict in the trial of former NRL Eels fullback and 2 time Dally M winner, Jarryd Hayne. Count 1. Sexual intercourse without consent = […]

Police Who Shot Dead Aubrey Donahue Were Not Wearing Cameras 

Aubrey Donahue was shot and killed by specialist police officers following a four-hour siege at a home in Mareeba, 60 kilometres west of Cairns on 25 March 2023.  Police alleged that Mr. Donahue was armed with a knife and advanced on them during the siege, however possess no close-range footage of the incident.  Donahue’s family […]

Jack’s Law Passed By State Parliament 

As part of the Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to deliver better services and keep Queenslander safe, the Queensland Police service trial of “wanding powers” will now be extended for two years and expanded to all Safe Night Out Precincts, public transport modes and associated public transport infrastructure. The new law is named in honour of victim […]

New Laws Introduced To Ban Hate Symbols Including Nazi Flags And Symbols 

Queensland’s attorney general has confirmed the Nazi salute will be captured under proposed laws that ban hate symbols and strengthen the state’s response vilification. The legislation introduced into Queensland parliament on Wednesday will ensure that those who commit crimes motivated by prejudice against specified groups will face tougher penalties, including longer custodial sentences. Existing offences […]

A Melbourne Technology Company Is Using Artificial Intelligence To Develop A Road Safety Camera Capable Of Detecting Whether A Driver Is Drunk Or Impaired 

A Melbourne technology company is using artificial intelligence to develop a road safety camera capable of detecting whether a driver is drunk or impaired. Acusensus, founded in 2018, is currently collecting data through the use of driving simulators to analyse the driving patterns and reaction times of motorists who are under the influence. The simulator […]

K v Keri-Ann Conley

Kerri-Ann Conley was yesterday sentenced to 9 years imprisonment for 2 counts of manslaughter. The 3 years that she spent in pre-custody was declared as time already served under the sentence and the Court ordered that she be eligible for parole in November 2024. Originally, she was the first person in Queensland to be charged […]

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