The mother of a man who died after being pursued by police in Canberra's south tells a coronial inquest her son "was no innocent but did not deserve to die for traffic offences".
A 27-year-old man faces court charged with the murder of an eight-week-old baby boy at Colac, in south-west Victoria, almost six years ago.
Three passengers recount the moment an alleged gunman climbed into their Uber while parked outside a bottle shop in Brisbane, forcing the driver out of his car while warning them to "move along".
The coal industry's multi-million-dollar advertising and lobbying campaign in the run-up to the last federal election was bankrolled by money deducted from state mining royalty payments and meant to fund research into "clean coal".
Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory are not in agreement on whether section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act should be changed, a federal inquiry hears.
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