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Georgina Mitchell is a court reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘Far too dangerous’: Triple killer Regina Arthurell placed under strict supervision

‘Far too dangerous’: Triple killer Regina Arthurell placed under strict supervision

A NSW Supreme Court judge said Arthurell has a proclivity to violently terminate lives, and strict conditions must be imposed to protect the community.

  • by Georgina Mitchell

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‘Time not on my side’: Jailed rapist dying of cancer, court told

‘Time not on my side’: Jailed rapist dying of cancer, court told

Mustafa Kayirici was jailed last year, following a previous lengthy sentence, for sex attacks on a 13-year-old girl and adult women.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
In-N-Out Burger suing for trademark infringement over food delivery ‘ghost kitchens’

In-N-Out Burger suing for trademark infringement over food delivery ‘ghost kitchens’

The US burger giant is suing a Queensland business after it operated on Uber Eats, DoorDash and Menulog as “In-N-Out Aussie Burgers”.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Sydney real estate agent facing two additional charges over alleged samurai sword attack

Sydney real estate agent facing two additional charges over alleged samurai sword attack

It is alleged Karl Howard attempted to murder a woman by attacking her with the sword at an Annandale home in Sydney’s inner west in February.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
As it happened: NSW records 210 cases, Victoria two; Queensland enters snap lockdown

As it happened: NSW records 210 cases, Victoria two; Queensland enters snap lockdown

The army will be sent in to door-knock people in Sydney who have tested positive to COVID-19, as NSW continues to battle an outbreak of the Delta variant.

  • by Georgina Mitchell and Abbir Dib
More than 250 PINs, eight arrests as police lock Sydney residents out of CBD amid protest fears
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More than 250 PINs, eight arrests as police lock Sydney residents out of CBD amid protest fears

NSW Police took extraordinary measures on Saturday to thwart any repeat of last weekend’s anti-lockdown protests, setting up an exclusion zone around the CBD. And they say residents can expect more of the same on Sunday.

  • by Jenny Noyes and Georgina Mitchell
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Surge in young people infected with COVID-19, with 138 new cases aged under 40
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Surge in young people infected with COVID-19, with 138 new cases aged under 40

NSW has recorded 210 new local cases of COVID-19, Health Minister Brad Hazzard has announced, with a 14th death linked to the outbreak.

  • by Sarah McPhee and Georgina Mitchell
Transport Workers Union wins case against Qantas over outsourcing of ground crews

Transport Workers Union wins case against Qantas over outsourcing of ground crews

The union argued in the Federal Court that Qantas chose to outsource the jobs of more than 2000 ground staff to avoid potential industrial action in the future.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Josh Massoud loses defamation case against five media outlets

Josh Massoud loses defamation case against five media outlets

The former Channel 7 sport reporter sued 2GB, Nine Digital, Fox Sports, The Daily Telegraph and KIIS 1065 in the District Court.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Man jailed for 30 years after fatally strangling cellmate in ‘unexplained act’

Man jailed for 30 years after fatally strangling cellmate in ‘unexplained act’

Richard Jason Reay murdered his cellmate in a ‘callous and sadistic’ way in a NSW correctional centre, then claimed he acted in self-defence, a judge said.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
‘Very selfish boofheads’: Police taskforce to hunt down 3500 protesters
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‘Very selfish boofheads’: Police taskforce to hunt down 3500 protesters

Thousands of protesters are marched in Sydney’s CBD to protest widespread lockdowns in NSW, as crowds opposing COVID-19 restrictions gather in major cities across Australia.

  • by Megan Gorrey, Michael Ruffles and Georgina Mitchell