Lawyer speaks about Bourke Street massacre failed police bid

Lawyer speaks about Bourke Street massacre failed police bid

Lawyer Michael Lombard speaking to reporters outside the Coroner's Court of Victoria on Friday about a a failed police bid to keep information relating to the 2017 Melbourne Bourke Street massacre secret.
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RAW: Qld Labor conference applauding Palaszczuk

RAW: Qld Labor conference applauding Palaszczuk

Queensland Labor state conference in Brisbane with delegates applauding the Queensland Premier Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
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Army demonstration day in Canberra showcases robotics

Army demonstration day in Canberra showcases robotics

Colonel Mick Rizzoli from the Co-ordination office of the Land Capability Division of Army HQ explains the thinking behind the Army Demonstration Day in Canberra on Friday. It is a display of Army equipment, technology and capabilities that help g...
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RAW: Albanese arriving at WA Labor conference

RAW: Albanese arriving at WA Labor conference

Vision of Federal Labor leader, Anthony Albanese arriving to cheers at the Western Australia State Labor conference in Perth yesterday.
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RAW: Scott Morrision meets Vietnamese prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

RAW: Scott Morrision meets Vietnamese prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

Raw footage of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc yesterday.
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'It doesn't matter if you're 16 or 31': WBBL form earns veteran Burns Australian team call-up

'It doesn't matter if you're 16 or 31': WBBL form earns veteran Burns Australian team call-up

Australia women's cricket team coach Matthew Mott speaks to the media at Sydney's Admiralty House about the naming of their squad for the limited-overs tour of the West Indies. Offspinner Erin Burns was selected in the 14-player squad nine years a...
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RAW: Relatives of Deni Dimovski speak outside court after his killer is sentenced

RAW: Relatives of Deni Dimovski speak outside court after his killer is sentenced

Murdered man Deni Dimovski's aunt Mary Dimcevska and a friend speak to media about the sentence of his killer Milos Novakovic who has been jailed for more than 20 years for the 2017 murder of Dimovski. Dimcevska says she is happy with the sentence...
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Australia's victorious women's Ashes team honoured as squad named for West Indies tour

Australia's victorious women's Ashes team honoured as squad named for West Indies tour

Governor-General David Hurley and wife Linda Hurley host the Australian women's cricket team at Sydney's Admiralty House to honour the team retaining the Ashes. Ms Hurley sang 'You Are My Sunshine' as a "thank-you song" to the team. Friday's meeti...
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RAW: Damaged train hatch leads to commuter chaos in Sydney

RAW: Damaged train hatch leads to commuter chaos in Sydney

Sydney Trains Chief Executive Howard Collins and Sydney Trains Executive Director Engineering and Maintenance Stewart Mills speaking to media in Sydney about delays to the trains caused by a damaged hatch. The train on the T1 North Shore Line need...
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Cheika banks on experience for World Cup

Cheika banks on experience for World Cup

Michael Cheika has leaned heavily on experience in naming an Australian World Cup squad built around a host of tournament veterans.
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RAW: Scott Morrison arrives in Vietnam

RAW: Scott Morrison arrives in Vietnam

Raw footage: Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny are welcomed as they arrive at Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam. Mr Morrison is the first Australian prime minister to make an official bilateral trip to Vietnam since 1994.
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Whistleblower McBride says he would "do it all again"

Whistleblower McBride says he would "do it all again"

Military lawyer David McBride who blew the whistle on alleged war crimes by Australian troops in Afghanistan speaks to the media outside court in Canberra. The former lawyer has been committed to stand trial charged with theft of commonwealth prop...
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New Qld laws targeting child sex abusers within an institution

New Qld laws targeting child sex abusers within an institution

Attorney General Yvette D’Ath addresses the media about new laws targeting child sex abusers in Queensland. Ms D'Ath says the sanctity of the confession will no longer be protected from an obligation to reveal child sex abuse to the police. A new ...
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EXPLAINER: Tim Fischer obituary

EXPLAINER: Tim Fischer obituary

Nationals icon Tim Fischer has died after a long battle with acute leukaemia.
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Retiring Crow Richard Douglas speaks ahead of his last AFL match on Sunday

Retiring Crow Richard Douglas speaks ahead of his last AFL match on Sunday

Adelaide coach Don Pyke and retiring midfielder Richard Douglas speak to media on Thursday ahead of Sunday's must-win AFL clash against Western Bulldogs. Douglas says: "It's always hard to walk away from a footy club you've loved for 14-years. It'...
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RAW: Sydney Swans training vision

RAW: Sydney Swans training vision

The Sydney Swans train at the SCG ahead of their final game of the 2019 AFL season against St Kilda on Saturday. The Swans will miss finals for the first time since 2009 after a disappointing campaign. Vision features superstar forward Lance Frank...
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Three to four names to be added to Port Adelaide squad: Hinkley

Three to four names to be added to Port Adelaide squad: Hinkley

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley speaks to media on Thursday ahead of Sunday's AFL clash against Fremantle, saying ruck Scott Lycett will return to the AFL side.
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Swans' Franklin eyes another milestone ahead of long-delayed 300th AFL match

Swans' Franklin eyes another milestone ahead of long-delayed 300th AFL match

Sydney Swans forward Lance Franklin speaks to the media at the SCG ahead of playing his long-delayed 300th AFL match. Franklin is set to celebrate his 300th game against St Kilda on Saturday as he returns from an ongoing hamstring injury which has...
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Whistleblower McBride says former defence minister Steven Smith and Governor General David Hurley sh

Whistleblower McBride says former defence minister Steven Smith and Governor General David Hurley sh

Military lawyer David McBride who blew the whistle on alleged war crimes by Australian troops in Afghanistan speaks to the media outside court in Canberra. The former lawyer has been committed to stand trial charged with theft of commonwealth prop...
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RAW: Jack de Belin abandons NRL court appeal

RAW: Jack de Belin abandons NRL court appeal

Alan Sullivan QC leaves court after sidelined St George Illawarra star Jack de Belin abandoned his Federal Court appeal over the NRL's contentious stand-down policy. Sullivan, who represents the NRL, says the decision to drop the appeal was a soun...
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'Ship and shore': Gov't launches 2020 exhibition to mark 250th anniversary of Cook's Endeavour voyag

'Ship and shore': Gov't launches 2020 exhibition to mark 250th anniversary of Cook's Endeavour voyag

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher and Indigenous Australians Minister Ken Wyatt launch the Australian National Maritime Museum's Encounters 2020 exhibition. Encounters 2020 is a 14-month program to mark the 250 years since the 1770 voyage of C...
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Sydney CBD march for 'black lives matter'

Sydney CBD march for 'black lives matter'

Hundreds of people have marched through Sydney's CBD demanding justice for Aboriginal people who have died in police custody or prison. Armed with signs that say "black lives matter" the group marched down George Street to the steps of the Supreme...
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'Incredibly stupid' NSW firebugs to face longer minimum jail time

'Incredibly stupid' NSW firebugs to face longer minimum jail time

Attorney-General Mark Speakman, Police Minister David Elliott and NSW Rural Fire Service Acting Commissioner Rob Rogers speak to media in Sydney about proposed legislation to almost double the minimum jail term for people who start bushfires in NS...
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Australia to deploy forces to Gulf strait

Australia to deploy forces to Gulf strait

Australia will send troops, planes and warships to help guard the Strait of Hormuz in the Middle East, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
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PM explains Hormuz deployment rationale

PM explains Hormuz deployment rationale

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking in Canberra to announce that Australia is joining an international military campaign to help guard oil tankers from attacks in the Strait of Hormuz with the UK and the US. "We are here as part of a multin...
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'NSW blessed to have Gladys': Liberal abortion bill opponents still back Premier Berejiklian

'NSW blessed to have Gladys': Liberal abortion bill opponents still back Premier Berejiklian

Caption: August 21, 2019. Attorney-General Mark Speakman and Police Minister David Elliott speak to the media in Sydney about Premier Gladys Berejiklian's leadership and the bill to decriminalise abortion in NSW. The NSW upper house is continuing ...
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Sympathies with victims of child sexual abuse - PM on Pells' appeal verdict

Sympathies with victims of child sexual abuse - PM on Pells' appeal verdict

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking to the media in Canberra on the loss of George Pell's appeal against his conviction in December of five charges over the rape of one 13-year-old choirboy and sexual assault of another at St Patrick's Cath...
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CDF Campbell says our forces will engage if fired upon "under international law"

CDF Campbell says our forces will engage if fired upon "under international law"

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking in Canberra to announce that Australia is joining an international military campaign to help guard oil tankers from attacks in the Strait of Hormuz with the UK and the US. The PM says other countries may ...
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SA stab victim pleased at attacker's term

SA stab victim pleased at attacker's term

Zoe Fenn, victim of Amber Rover, speaks to reporters outside the SA District Court on Wednesday. Ms Fenn was stabbed during class last July by her best friend Amber Brea Rover, who was suffering from undiagnosed schizophrenia. Ms Fenn says she is ...
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"It's all about de-escalation" Reynolds on Hormuz deployment

"It's all about de-escalation" Reynolds on Hormuz deployment

The Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds speaking in Canberra to announce that Australia is joining an international military campaign to help guard oil tankers from attacks in the Strait of Hormuz. "Freedom of navigation through international wate...
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Abuse survivors and adocates react to news of Pells failed appeal

Abuse survivors and adocates react to news of Pells failed appeal

Abuse survivors and advocates react to the news that Cardinal George Pell will remain behind bars for his crimes. Pell leaves the Supreme Court of Victoria in a prison van after losing his appeal.
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Nobody is above the law: Lawyer delivers statement on behalf of Pell victim

Nobody is above the law: Lawyer delivers statement on behalf of Pell victim

Lawyer Dr Vivian Waller reads a statement from George Pell's victim after the cardinal lost his appeal against his conviction in December of five charges over the rape of one 13-year-old choirboy and sexual assault of another at St Patrick's Cathe...
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PM announces Australia will deploy forces to Strait of Hormuz

PM announces Australia will deploy forces to Strait of Hormuz

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking in Canberra to announce that Australia is joining an international military campaign to help guard oil tankers from attacks in the Strait of Hormuz. The Australian Defence Force will contribute troops, a ...
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George Pell leaves court in a prison van after losing appeal

George Pell leaves court in a prison van after losing appeal

Cardinal George Pell leaves the Supreme Court of Victoria in a prison van after losing his appeal.
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RAW: We are not used to this: victim advocates welcome Pell loss

RAW: We are not used to this: victim advocates welcome Pell loss

Rob Walsh and Chrissie Foster speaking to media outside Victoria's Supreme Court of Appeal after Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his sentence was rejected. Foster, who's daughter was abused by a catholic priest, says victims are not used to ...
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George Pell loses appeal, remains in jail

George Pell loses appeal, remains in jail

Catholic Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his child sexual abuse conviction has been dismissed and he will remain in prison.
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Steve Smith ruled out of third Ashes test

Steve Smith ruled out of third Ashes test

Steve Smith won't play in the third Ashes Test in Leeds, after he was ruled out because of concussion.
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Green light for Martin Place metro towers

Green light for Martin Place metro towers

Premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to reporters in Sydney to announce the approval of a 39-storey office tower above the northern entrance of the under-construction Metro Station and a 29-office storey tower above the southern entrance. The towers ...
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Lealiifano has edge over Foley for Wallabies' No.10 spot at World Cup: Cheika

Lealiifano has edge over Foley for Wallabies' No.10 spot at World Cup: Cheika

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika and fullback Kurtley Beale speaking to media as the Australian team launch their Rugby World Cup campaign in Sydney. Cheika says Christian Lealiifano has his nose in front of the demoted Bernard Foley for the Wallabi...
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Tess Knight speaks to the media about daughter's killer

Tess Knight speaks to the media about daughter's killer

Tess Knight, mother of murdered schoolgirl, Samantha Knight, who was killed by a Sydney pedophile more than 30 years ago speaks to the media outside court about the impending release of Michael Guider. His 17-year jail term expired on June 6 but a...
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Mother of slain Sydney schoolgirl pleads for judge to keep 'dangerous' killer locked up

Mother of slain Sydney schoolgirl pleads for judge to keep 'dangerous' killer locked up

Tess Knight, the mother of slain schoolgirl Samantha Knight, speaks to the media outside the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney after reading a victim impact statement. Michael Guider, now 68, pleaded guilty in 2002 to the manslaughter of nine-year-old B...
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A fire in the belly like never before: Barilaro has no plans to retire

A fire in the belly like never before: Barilaro has no plans to retire

NSW Nationals Leader John Barilaro speaking to media at NSW Parliament about considering retirement from politics. Barilaro says he has no plans to retire and the people he represents need great representation as the worst drought in living memory...
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Be very careful with your message: Barilaro warns Joyce over abortion robocalls

Be very careful with your message: Barilaro warns Joyce over abortion robocalls

NSW Nationals Leader John Barilaro speaking to media at state Parliament about robocalls being made by former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce to voters in his electorate about abortion reform in the state. Barilaro says Joyce is entitled to hi...
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Barilaro promises no job cuts from Essential Energy

Barilaro promises no job cuts from Essential Energy

NSW Nationals Leader John Barilaro speaking to media at NSW Parliament about the state-owned power supplier Essential Energy putting on hold its plan to axe at least 180 regional jobs following a directive from the NSW government. Barilaro promise...
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NSW Nationals' bill targets "vegan vigilantes" causing "terror" in regional communities

NSW Nationals' bill targets "vegan vigilantes" causing "terror" in regional communities

NSW Nationals Leader John Barilaro and state agriculture minister Adam Marshall speaking to media at NSW Parliament about new laws aimed at punishing animal activists who trespass on farms. Barilaro says the laws act to protect the right to farm a...
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RAW: Police search new site in Tyrrell investigation

RAW: Police search new site in Tyrrell investigation

NSW police officers search a sawmill on Herons Creek Road during the search for William Tyrrell north of Kendall in NSW. NO ARCHIVING
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Coach Cheika urges Skelton to answer Wallabies' World Cup call

Coach Cheika urges Skelton to answer Wallabies' World Cup call

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika speaks at a World Cup launch in Sydney about trying to lure giant second-rower Will Skelton back home for the tournament. Cheika is set to name his 31-man World Cup squad on Friday and admits time in running out for ...
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Justice never sleeps: Qld police minister on cold case arrest

Justice never sleeps: Qld police minister on cold case arrest

Qld Police Minister Mark Ryan briefs the media in Brisbane about the arrest of an 80 year-old-man for 1964 murder of Vincent Raymond Allen in Warwick. "Justice never sleeps," Mr Ryan says.
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