Benjamin Hoffmann’s murder case belongs to RDH psychiatrist Robert Parker

The psychiatrist, who spoke to Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann the morning after an alleged shooting, says the accused gunman showed no signs of psychosis or significant mood disorders during the interview. Key points: Hoffmann has pleaded not guilty to all 14 charges against him The jury heard that Mr Hoffmann’s blood had “significant amounts” of methylamphetamine … Read more

Two Australian neo-Nazis are on trial for alleged assault in Cathedral Ranges State Park

A walker in Melbourne has told a judge about the frightening moment when his car was allegedly surrounded in a national park by neo-Nazis, who were furious that they were being filmed. Key points: In May this year, a group of hikers crossed paths with a group of supremacists on their way up Sugarloaf Mountain … Read more

Rising sea levels pressure Torres Strait Islanders Paul and Pabai to take legal action against Australian government

For Paul Kabai and Pabai Pabai, climate change is a daily reality that is creeping ever higher up their Torrest Strait. Key points: Two Torres Strait Islanders sue Commonwealth, claiming it has breached its duty of care by not preventing climate change Their legal team will argue that Australia should reduce greenhouse gas emissions to … Read more

Buffalo man is due to appear in DC court on Tuesday

WASHINGTON, DC (WKBW) – A Western New Yorker is back in court Tuesday for his alleged role in the Jan. 6 uprising near the U.S. capital. Thomas Sibick faces ten federal charges, including assaulting a Capitol police officer. Sibick will appear before a judge in Washington, DC on Tuesday for a bong hearing at 9:30 … Read more

France moves to protect its book industry from Amazon

Sophie Fornairon, owner of the “La Librairie du Canal” bookstore, posed during an interview with Reuters in her bookstore in Paris when French lawmakers voted in favor of a draft bill aimed at preventing Amazon from offering free delivery of books and protecting traditional bookstores against competition, France, October 21, 2021. REUTERS / Sarah Meyssonnier … Read more

Amazon’s warehouse workers in Staten Island are applying for union election

October 25 (Reuters) – Workers at a warehouse at Inc (AMZN.O) in New York City’s Staten Island neighborhood have filed a petition to form a union, the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) said Monday. The move represents the second time that U.S. employees for the world’s largest online retailer are planning to merge … Read more

Accused COVID offender Riccardo Bosi calls the Adelaide judge a ‘rude’ during the telephone hearing

A former Special Forces officer accused of violating South Australian COVID rules has called an Adelaide magistrate an “imbecile” and a “traitor” during his hearing. Key points: Riccardo Bosi called the magistrate a “rude” during his telephone hearing He is accused of allegedly violating SA’s COVID-19 instructions Adelaide man Graham Lyons also charged with refusing … Read more

Panasonic unveils prototype battery for Tesla

A man is seen next to Panasonic Corp.’s logo at Panasonic Center in Tokyo, Japan, February 2, 2017. REUTERS / Kim Kyung-Hoon TOKYO, October 25 (Reuters) – Panasonic on Monday unveiled a more advanced prototype battery that has five times the storage capacity of the current ones, and the company’s battery manager says it will … Read more

Former swimming coach was extradited to Brisbane due to indecent actions taken at hospital

A former Australian swim coach who was accused of historic child abuse four decades ago has had his first court hearing pushed back due to medical problems. Key points: John Reginald Wright was arrested in WA earlier this week He is accused of indecent exposure to children between 1980 and 1986 The Magistrates Court in … Read more