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UNITED KINGDOM

Jury sent out in Rolf Harris London court trial

Rolf Harris outside of Southwark Crown Court on Friday. (AAP)

A London jury considering its verdicts in the indecent assault trial of Rolf Harris have been sent home for the weekend. Full story »

6PM NEWS

'It’s due to Illuminati': Bourke Street rampage accused Jimmy Gargasoulas’ bizarre court rant

The man accused of driving a car down Melbourne’s busy Bourke Street Mall, killing six people, has made a bizarre rant referencing the ‘Illuminati’ during a court appearance for an unrelated matter. Full story »

CRIME

'It's just a nightmare': Uncle of St Peters crash victim breaks down in tears

The uncle of a man killed in a crash with an allegedly stolen ute has spoken of the "nightmare" of losing him. Full story »

COURTS

Rebel Wilson tells court she ‘never lied about her age’ despite magazine claims

Australian movie star Rebel Wilson has told a Melbourne Court she never lied about her age but admitted it had been in her interest not to disclose it to the Hollywood fraternity.

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COURTS

Man admits to kicking quokka on Rottnest Island in Western Australian court

A 20-year-old man has admitted animal cruelty after footage of him kicking a quokka on Rottnest Island was posted on social media. Full story »

COURTS

Woman jailed for $3.6 million childcare fraud in New South Wales

A New South Wales woman has been jailed for at least four years after committing child care benefit fraud which netted her about $3.6 million.

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COURTS

Vincent O'Dempsey found guilty of cold case McCulkin murders

Vincent O'Dempsey has been found guilty of the murder of Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters in Brisbane more than 40 years ago. Full story »

CRIME

Schapelle Corby reportedly came close to death penalty

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, who is due to return to Australia tomorrow, was reportedly only spared the death penalty due to her young age. Full story »

POLITICS

Appeals court rules against Trump's travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries

A federal appeals court has dealt another blow to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban targeting six-Muslim majority countries, siding with groups that say the policy illegally targets Muslims. Full story »

COURTS

Rebel Wilson tells court she was fired from Kung Fu Panda 3 after ‘malicious’ articles

Rebel Wilson has told a Melbourne court of her devastation upon losing a role in film Kung Fu Panda 3 after a series of "malicious" magazine articles were published.

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6PM NEWS

Carjacking victim slams Melbourne court for handing offender no conviction, small fine

A Melbourne man who was the victim of a brutal carjacking has slammed the sentence handed to a 21-year-old who was seen in his stolen Mercedes.

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POLITICS

Top One Nation staffer Sean Black charged with assault offences

Top One Nation staffer Sean Black has been charged with assault offences following his arrest in Brisbane. Full story »

MARTIN PLACE SIEGE

Lindt Café siege inquest: NSW Police Commissioner admits police 'should have gone in earlier'

New South Wales' top cop has conceded police waited too long to enter the Lindt Café during the 2014 siege that ended with the deaths of two hostages. Full story »

WORLD

Schapelle Corby's flight to freedom in jeopardy

Schapelle Corby’s return to Australia this Saturday is in doubt , and it’s all her own fault. Full story »
COURTS

Rebel Wilson slams ‘jealous schoolmate’ in Melbourne court for ‘selling out’ to journalists

Hollywood film star Rebel Wilson has told a Melbourne court an "obsessed" and "jealous" former schoolmate sold her out to Woman's Day magazine to make a "quick buck". Full story »

CRIME

Year-long vicious revenge porn attack makes life a living hell for Queensland man and family

An iPhone 6 and an act of kindness has turned a North Queensland man's life into an awful nightmare of revenge porn and violent threats targeting his partner and young children. Full story »
UK

Rolf Harris won't give evidence in trial, lawyer confirms

Rolf Harris arrives at Southwark Crown Court with his niece Jenny Harris. (AAP)
Rolf Harris would embrace children only when approached to do so, his former Australian tour manager has told a London jury in his indecent assault trial. Full story »
COURTS

NSW prison boss insisted on buying husband’s final drink before murder attempt, court hears

A CCTV image showed Sharon Yarnton buying a beer at Merrylands RSL. (9NEWS)

A senior NSW prison officer insisted on buying her husband his last drink before allegedly attempting to blow up his car, a court has heard. Full story »

BALI

Schapelle Corby and her entourage playing cat and mouse with media ahead of return home

Whatever the translation is for "cat and mouse" in Bali, that's the game Schapelle Corby and her entourage is playing. Full story »
COURTS

Gay men caned dozens of times after being convicted of having sex in Indonesia’s Aceh province

Two men in Indonesia's Aceh province have been publicly caned dozens of times for consensual gay sex, a punishment rights advocates have denounced as "medieval torture." Full story »