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Police investigate shot sounds in Vic

Police in regional Victoria are investigating reports of a firearm going off in Wangaratta. Full story »

Anzac heckler charged over offensive yells

A 32-year-old man who yelled out "stop the wars" during Sydney's Anzac Day dawn service has been charged over his behaviour. Full story »

Alleged drunk driver flees scene of crash after rolling truck in Sydney

A driver has made a running getaway from news cameras after he was charged over a crash in Sydney which saw his truck hit an overpass and then roll. Full story »


Jakarta governor Ahok hits out at 'lies'

Jakarta's incumbent Christian governor has launched an impassioned defence at his blasphemy trial, saying 'lies have become truth'. Full story »

Tas woman suffers serious burns to face

A woman has suffered significant burns to her face and body, with Tasmanian police investigating whether domestic violence was involved. Full story »

Skipper blows three times the legal alcohol limit after crashing boat onto Forster beach

A man has been charged after crashing his boat onto a NSW beach. (9NEWS)
A man has been charged after he allegedly crashed his boat onto a beach on the New South Wales Mid North Coast while drunk. Full story »

Three charged after brawl in Sydney park

Three young men have been charged, including a 21-year-old who allegedly threw a bottle at a police officer, following a brawl on the eve of Anzac Day. Full story »

Suspicious fire destroys Dalby school buildings

One of Queensland's oldest public schools has been damaged by a fire that appears to have been deliberately lit. Full story »


Sydney boy found with gun stashed in pants

A 13-year-old Sydney boy has been charged after police allegedly found a black cap gun tucked down his pants. Full story »

Police officer hit with bottle while trying to break up brawling Coogee teens

A police officer has been hit in the head with a bottle while trying to break up a crowd of more than 50 brawling teens near Sydney's Coogee Beach.  Full story »


Not guilty plea in S.African axe murder

A former Perth schoolboy has pleaded not guilty in a South African court to the axe murder of three of his family members. Full story »

Former Perth schoolboy pleads not guilty to slaying family

Henri van Breda arrives at court to face trial. (AAP)
In a case that has gripped South Africa, the 22-year-old son of a wealthy family pleaded not guilty Monday to slaughtering his parents and brother in a frenzied axe attack. Full story »

Man runs cruiser up a NSW beach

A man has been charged after his boat ran around at Main Beach in Forster on the NSW Mid North Coast. Full story »

NSW man questioned after baby's death

A 32-year-old NSW man has been released from police custody after being questioned over the death of a two-month-old baby. Full story »

NSW boy, 12, interviewed over 'road trip'

A 12-year-old boy has been interviewed by NSW detectives after he allegedly took his family's car and tried to drive to Perth. Full story »

Gutnick due for grilling in Melbourne

Joseph Gutnick will be examined next about his business affairs after the bankrupt businessman's wife and eldest son took the witness stand. Full story »

Madeleine McCann: Key witness statement about blood in rental car should be explored

A law enforcement expert who specialises in detecting lies and deception has pinpointed an "area of concern" in a key witness statement in the Madeleine McCann case. Full story »

Russia denies Danish military hacking

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has dismissed allegations that Russia hacked the Danish military. Full story »

Man arrested, then let go after baby dies

Wagga Wagga police are waiting for a post-mortem to determine what caused a baby boy's death, with a man arrested and then released following the incident. Full story »

Crack heard as WA man kicked in the head

An event site manager was trying to defuse a crowd at a festival when he was knocked to the ground and forcefully struck to the head, a Perth court has heard. Full story »