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Tyson John Taylor sentenced to life in prison for murder of Brisbane rugby league referee Tony McGrath

Qld man found guilty of execution style killing

A man has been found guilty of the execution-style killing of a Brisbane rugby league referee. A Supreme Court jury delivered its verdict in the trial of Tyson John Taylor this afternoon, finding him guilty of shooting dead Tony McGrath in the ... Sky News Australia, 1 day ago
Man found guilty of Qld referee's murder Melbourne Age, 1 day ago

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Man accused of murdering Brisbane referee allegedly confessed to undercover officer

Related Story: Man accused of murdering Tony McGrath allegedly confessed to friend A Supreme Court jury in Brisbane has heard a confession allegedly made by the man accused of murdering a rugby league referee. Tyson John Taylor has ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Sex worker 'manipulated' killer, victim out of greed, murder trial hears  ABC Online2 days ago Man in Australia confessed over a beer to murdering his parents, court told  Dominion Post1 month ago

Football referee fatally shot made changes to will before death, court told

Related Story: 'Execution' of Tony McGrath arranged by woman he loved, court told A Brisbane rugby league referee who was shot dead in 2013 had planned to leave his entire estate to a prostitute he believed was his fiancee, a Supreme ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago 'Execution' of Tony McGrath arranged by woman he loved, court told  ABC Online2 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Lawyers fight to stop Postcard Bandit extradition

Lawyers for "Postcard Bandit" Brenden Abbott have 24 hours to file an application for a Supreme Court review as they try to stop the infamous bank robber being extradited to Western Australia. Deputy Chief Magistrate Terry Gardiner on Tuesday ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Decision made on Postcard Bandit's future weeks ago Court rules on Abbott extradition  Herald Sun3 weeks ago 'Postcard Bandit' Brenden Abbott appears in Perth court after Queensland extradition  ABC Online2 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Woman takes NAB to court over alleged fraudulent loans

A Brisbane woman is taking on one of the nation's biggest banks in the Supreme Court, alleging its deceptive conduct has left her financially ruined. Key points: Leith Williamson alleges NAB allowed her former partner to secure loans in her name ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Brisbane woman takes on NAB over bankruptcy  Melbourne Age4 weeks ago

Chris Hurley fights Queensland Police to receive pay

A Brisbane court has begun hearing arguments as to why controversial police officer Chris Hurley should continue receiving pay pending internal police investigations into his conduct on the job. Police Commissioner Ian Stewart decided to withhold ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Hurley fights to have pay restored  Perth Now2 weeks ago

Former sex worker gets life term for murdering Indian fiance in Australia

The Brisbane Supreme Court jury last week found that Melissa Leigh Shaw was guilty of killing Shyam 'Sam' Dhody at his Gilston based residence in Gold Coast. Justice Peter Flanagan said Shaw had been involved in a cowardly act. Shaw will be eligible for ...
 India Today3 weeks ago Melissa Leigh Shaw jailed for life for murdering fiancĂ©  ABC Online1 month ago Melissa Leigh Shaw found guilty of murdering fiancĂ©  ABC Online1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Celebrated cop takes us inside notorious licensing branch in new book

As Colin Dillon stood outside court room 27 at Brisbane Supreme and District Court on Tuesday, September 15, 1987, his nerves were shredded. His whole life was about to change. Inside the courtroom the Fitzgerald Inquiry into police corruption was ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Inside Queensland's notorious Licensing Branch  WA Today2 weeks ago

Man breaks down in court, confesses to killing brother

A MAN standing in the dock at Brisbane Supreme Court broke down in tears as he pleaded guilty to killing his brother. The court heard this morning how Roma man, Troy Angus Kearns, 32, and his older brother Wade were arguing about money when they ...
 NewsMail1 month ago Tears as man jailed for killing brother  Herald Sun2 weeks ago Qld man jailed for brother's death (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia2 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Accused lit fire to 'bump' Qld ref: court

A man accused of murdering a Brisbane rugby league referee told undercover police he tried to "bump" his alleged victim off by starting a house fire to suffocate him, a court has heard. Tyson John Taylor, 41, has pleaded not guilty to the ...
 Weekly Times Now1 week ago Murder accused ignorant about will: court (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Murder accused Tyson John Taylor got 'nothing': court  Melbourne Age1 week ago Qld murder accused got 'nothing': court (AAP)  West Australian1 week ago
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