Category: Crime

Ethical Standards investigate fatal shooting

Police Ethical Standards are investigating the fatal shooting of a man at Ipswich rail station. And with the station closed as a crime scene, commuters faced delays for a second day. Rhys Court reports.

Four children and three adults found dead on remote WA property

The tragic deaths of four children and three adults in Margaret River, Western Australia. They died on a farm, in what’s thought to be a murder suicide case. Claire Boughey reports.

Three arrested in $150M drug bust

Federal Police have smashed an international drug syndicate with 200 kilos of Methamphetamine in Sydney. Incredibly it was found undisguised in plastic bags in suitcases. Claire Boughey reports.

Man arrested after dangerous chase on Mount Coot-tha

A man has been charged by police following an incident at Mount Coot-tha. Police allege the man rammed a police car. Georgia Indian reports.

Ipswich councillors not backing down over corruption allegations

Some Ipswich Councillors have indicated they won’t back down over the corruption crisis now facing council. The Government plans to appoint an administrator, but has to give councillors a chance to reply. Ratepayers just want an end to it all.

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Ipswich City Council faces sacking over corruption allegations

The Ipswich City Council is to be sacked over allegations of corruption against some members. The Mayor has stepped aside and the Queensland Government will appoint an administrator. Anna Eyears reports.

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Candlelight vigil remembers domestic violence victims

The tormented lives of thousands of domestic violence victims have been remembered in Brisbane. The candlelight vigil begins a month of focus on the issue. Max Eagles reports.

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Domestic violence report shows 40 per cent of victims suffer brain injury

By Daneka Hill and Tim Shepherd.  Almost half of hospitalised domestic violence victims suffer from brain injuries, a recent study has found. A Monash University report examined hospitalisations over a 10 year period finding 40 per cent suffered some form

Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson charged with drug trafficking and possession

One of the AFL’s most decorated figues, has been charged with drugs trafficking and possession. Mark “Bomber” Thompson will face court again next month. Bridgette Vanderwolf reports.

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Queensland Corrective Services welcome two new drug dogs

Queensland Corrective Services has welcomed two new bouncy and furry team members. Labradors Freya and Carrie have qualified as drug detection dogs, and they’re ready to fight illegal drugs in jails across the state. Alice Sinclair reports.