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Allison's strength sealed husband's fate
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Never before seen footage of Baden Clay and McHugh

It comes after the Brisbane Supreme Court found Baden-Clay guilty of murdering his wife, Allison, sentencing him to a minimum of 15 years behind bars. Video obtained by A Current Affair shows Baden-Clay and Ms McHugh attending an auction day in ... Nine MSN, 1 week ago
Baden-Clay guilty of murder Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago

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Brisbane floods $1b class action heads to court

The Supreme Court of New South Wales will hear a class action suit launched by law firm Maurice Blackburn on behalf of those affected by floods in Brisbane in 2011. Litigation funder Bentham IMF is backing the claim, worth an all-time high $A1bn, ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Seqwater, SunWater and QLD targeted by flood class action  NewsMail2 weeks ago Lawsuit alleges flood failures weeks ago Operators caused 2011 flood: victims claim  Geelong Advertiser2 weeks ago
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Baden-Clay was an efficient killer: court

Crown prosecutor Todd Fuller began his closing address in the Supreme Court in Brisbane on Tuesday, accusing Baden-Clay of "efficiently" murdering his wife in a struggle at their home. Mr Fuller told the jury Baden-Clay had presented a number of ...
 Nine MSN2 weeks ago Court told Baden-Clay was an 'efficient killer'  Sky News Australia2 weeks ago Court told Baden-Clay was an efficient killer  Sky News Australia2 weeks ago Judge tells jury: Emotion has no part weeks ago

Court opens as verdict looms in Baden-Clay trial

EVERYONE has filed into Brisbane Supreme Court ready for a verdict. Allison's family is on the right side of the courtroom and Gerard's family are on the left. Media are seated either side of the prisoner's dock where Mr Baden-Clay has just ...
 Surat Basin Online1 week ago

Guilty, but many questions remain

Cheers of yes went up from the victim's family as a Supreme Court jury read its verdict today, while Gerard Baden-Clay bowed his head, jaw clenched, tears welling in his eyes. The case has gripped the nation for weeks, but still so many questions ... week ago

Gold bullion fraud probe ramping up

Documents filed in two civil lawsuits in Queensland's Supreme Court have identified individuals believed to have participated in one of Australia's largest organised tax frauds, involving millions in illegal gold bullion sales. On October 30, ... week ago
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Carmody sworn in as Qld chief justice behind closed doors

Queensland's new chief justice Tim Carmody has been sworn in at a private ceremony in Brisbane's court district. It is the first time in almost a century the state's new chief justice has been sworn in behind closed doors, as controversy rages ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Fitzgerald again slams new chief justice  Sky News Australia2 weeks ago Fitzgerald again slams Carmody appointment  Special Broadcasting Service2 weeks ago Qld chief justice to get public welcome  Geelong Advertiser2 weeks ago
Geelong Advertiser

I did not kill my wife: Baden-Clay

Accused murderer Gerard Baden-Clay has told a Brisbane court it's absurd to suggest he killed his wife and dumped her body. Under intense questioning from the prosecution, the 43-year-old has told the Supreme Court he would never harm his wife. ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Baden-Clay says murder claims are 'absurd'  Geelong Advertiser3 weeks ago Baden-Clay denies overpowering wife Allison (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia3 weeks ago 'I did not kill my wife' says Baden-Clay  Sky News Australia3 weeks ago
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Clive must show butts or face arrest

Sino Iron yesterday swamped the Queensland Supreme Court with 15 applications, including a personal subpoena for the federal politician, demanding he produce butts for two cheques numbered 2046 and 2073. The National Australia Bank has also been ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia3 weeks ago Palmer could face arrest  Weekly Times Now3 weeks ago Clive must show butt or face arrest  My Zoo3 weeks ago

Judge seriously questions bail for Bandido

A SUPREME court justice has questioned how he could grant bail to a former Bandidos sergeant-at-arms accused of an attempted armed robbery when he had such an "appalling criminal history" "You cannot seriously expect me to have any faith and ...
 Gladstone Observer1 week ago
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