A FORMER financial advisor has been found guilty of fleecing more than $2.4 million from a couple who trusted him to build up their nest egg ahead of retirement
A CENTRAL Queensland miner and union boss who was sacked for taking two sick days after his annual leave had his bid for damages rejected.
MORE often than not we think a child sex offender is a seedy old-man hanging around schools with a bag full of lollies. Nothing could be further from the truth.
CHARLOTTE is too young to fully understand the true nature of the heinous crimes committed against her. But she knows what happened was wrong.
A FORMER Maleny financial advisor is facing trial for dishonesty offences after he allegedly fleeced more than $2.4 million from a Perth couple.
THE man accused of murdering former Sunshine Coast chef Peter Milos has had his matter mentioned briefly in court.
A COURT has heard a claim that the husband of Barbara McCulkin recorded a confession on his deathbed claiming to have murdered his wife and their two daughters.
TINA Clarke had no idea that less than a year after moving from Mackay to Brisbane her world would be torn apart and filled with daily sorrow.
A CONVICTED drug trafficker has been allowed to enter a plan to pay back money gained from his crimes.
AN IPSWICH man with a history of breaching bail has been refused his freedom after a court deemed he posed too much of a risk.
I was born in New South Wales and was educated at Sydney's prestigious Scots College. I have worked both in Australia and United Kingdom for some of the largest newspaper in the two respective countries. I joined APN as a senior reporter at The Chronicle in Toowoomba in 2010. The following year I was named APN's Daily Reporter of the Year for my coverage of the 2011 Toowoomba and Lockyer Valley flood disaster. I currently work at the APN Newsdesk in Brisbane where I cover state politics and court for APN's suite of daily and weekly newspapers.