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‘Didn’t happen’: IT contractor denies wiping server, stealing private information

‘Didn’t happen’: IT contractor denies wiping server, stealing private information

Stephen Bruce Grant, an IT contractor, has denied he is responsible for stealing information from valuation company LandMark White and posting it online.

  • by Georgina Mitchell

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‘Hug your kids tight’: Family says driver’s sentence won’t ease pain of losing children
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‘Hug your kids tight’: Family says driver’s sentence won’t ease pain of losing children

The family of Antony (13), Angelina (12), and Sienna Abdallah (8) and their 11-year-old cousin Veronique Sakr, who died in the tragedy said, no matter the length of the sentence, they would never be able to bring their children back.

  • by Laura Chung
Woman ordered helium for Walcha grazier Mathew Dunbar to collect, court told

Woman ordered helium for Walcha grazier Mathew Dunbar to collect, court told

The tank of helium allegedly used to kill the grazier was ordered for him over the phone by a woman claiming she was from the local newspaper, a Sydney court has heard.

  • by Jenny Noyes
‘Very concerned’: Walcha vet reported ram sedative request to police a month before farmer’s death

‘Very concerned’: Walcha vet reported ram sedative request to police a month before farmer’s death

A vet has told the NSW Supreme Court she couldn’t think of “any legal reason” why Natasha Darcy would have asked for the sedative.

  • by Jenny Noyes
Jury unable to reach verdict on Sydney chiropractor accused of sexually assaulting patient

Jury unable to reach verdict on Sydney chiropractor accused of sexually assaulting patient

A jury in the trial of Sydney chiropractor Riaz Behi has been discharged after being unable to reach a verdict.

  • by Jenny Noyes
Documents taken from property valuation firm and posted to dark web, court told

Documents taken from property valuation firm and posted to dark web, court told

Stephen Bruce Grant, an IT contractor, is on trial accused of taking the documents. He has pleaded not guilty.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
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‘Multiple agencies’ failed to prevent John Edwards from killing his children, inquest finds

‘Multiple agencies’ failed to prevent John Edwards from killing his children, inquest finds

The NSW Coroner has recommended that the lawyer who represented the children gunned down by their father should be investigated for disciplinary action.

  • by Harriet Alexander
Walcha farmer may have had ‘struggles’ with sexuality, court told

Walcha farmer may have had ‘struggles’ with sexuality, court told

A Sydney court has heard Mathew Dunbar wanted to be a father but may have struggled with his sexuality. His partner has pleaded not guilty to his murder.

  • by Jenny Noyes
‘Horrific crime’: Two charged after woman burnt, beaten and left dead in quarry
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‘Horrific crime’: Two charged after woman burnt, beaten and left dead in quarry

The 33-year-old former Sydney Girls High School student, who made the HSC “distinguished achiever” list in 2004, had the world at her feet. But a drug addiction saw it come spiralling down.

  • by Laura Chung
Walcha grazier wanted to marry woman on trial for murdering him, court told

Walcha grazier wanted to marry woman on trial for murdering him, court told

Mathew Dunbar wanted to marry Natasha Beth Darcy, but instead found himself ironing her partner’s shirts, the NSW Supreme Court has heard.

  • by Harriet Alexander
Melissa Caddick’s victims may have case against accountants, say liquidators

Melissa Caddick’s victims may have case against accountants, say liquidators

Investors who lost millions in an unlicensed investment scheme may have “substantial claims” against accountants who audited their super funds, liquidators say.

  • by Kate McClymont