Entries by Rachel Junge

Remembrance Day 2018 | Full list of Gold Coast and Tweed services

AUSTRALIANS will this morning pause for a minute’s silence, to mark 100 years since the guns fell silent, signalling the end of World War One. Of the 330,000 Australian men who were sent to the battlefields, more than 60,000 didn’t return home. At the time, the four-year conflict was believed to be the war to […]

Marathon surgery successfully separates conjoined twins

AFTER spending the first 15-months of their young lives joined at the torso, Bhutanese twins Nima and Dawa have slept in separate cots for the first time. The sisters have started on their road to recovery and independent life following a marathon surgery in Melbourne. Led by Head of paediatric surgery Dr Joe Crameri, the girls were […]

People inside as home peppered with bullets

A HOUSE in Sydney’s Inner-West has been declared a crime scene, after it was sprayed with bullets on Friday night. Police have confirmed, a number of residents were inside when shots were fired at the property on Princes Avenue, Rodd Point, about 11:30pm. Officers from the Burwood PAC arrived to find several shots had struck […]

LNP to extend jail time for Queensland child killers

IN SEPTEMBER 2018 there were cries of outrage, as a man who had beaten his step-son so severely his organs ruptured and he died, was sentenced to nine year’s jail. His name is William O’Sullivan, and he could be eligible for parole in just four years with time already served. O’Sullivan was the care-giver for […]