‘Home Improvement’ Actor Zachery Ty Bryan Now Sitting in Jail Cell for Allegedly Choking His Girlfriend

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   “Does everybody know what time it is? It’s Tool Time!” This was the famous phrase that came out of Home Improvement, the famous American sitcom that starred Tim “The Toolman” Taylor, played by renowned actor, Tim Allen. Alas, for his sidekick star, Zachery Ty Bryan, who played Tim’s eldest ...continue reading

Victorian medicinal cannabis users could soon be able to drive with cannabis in their system

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   Victorian patients using medicinal cannabis may soon be able to drive with the substance in their systems, following proposed reforms to the state’s drug-driving laws. The change comes as an Australian first, and would incorporate the views of Ministers, police, doctors, and other health experts with an expectation that ...continue reading

Man Allegedly Performed a Sex Act in Front of a 21-Year-Old Woman on Sydney Train

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A 48-year-old man from Eastlakes has been arrested and charged for allegedly committing a lewd sex act in front of another passenger on a train at Redfern earlier this year. The incident took place on Saturday 22 August 2020 when a 21-year-old woman boarded the Redfern train for her ...continue reading

Man charged with assault after farting in an Uber

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh   A UK man has been charged with assault, following a fart in an Uber that triggered a brawl between the passenger and driver. An intoxicated, 35-year-old, James Mallett, was sitting in the back seat of an Uber on his way to Chasers night club in Kingswood, when he ‘let ...continue reading

Should Australia Legalise Cannabis?: An Interview with Michael Balderstone, Leader of the HEMP Party

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   As the one-year anniversary of marijuana’s legalisation in ACT and New Zealand’s upcoming referendum on legalising cannabis loom, it prompts consideration surrounding legalisation of the plant Australia-wide. On October 17, New Zealanders will vote in a referendum that will determine whether the growing, sale and consumption of cannabis for ...continue reading

Man Charged with Contaminating Food After Poking Loaf of Bread with Blood-Covered Syringe at Supermarket

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Why someone would want to sabotage food supplies, let alone at a time when people and businesses alike are doing it tough against the current coronavirus pandemic, is rather puzzling. But not for Craigieburn man, Fue Yang, who last week was caught allegedly inserting a needle contaminated with blood ...continue reading

Two Men Snorted Cocaine in Front of Police Have Pleaded Guilty and Sentenced with a Non-Conviction

By Poppy Morandin & Jimmy Singh.   It would seem reasonable to assume that individuals would know better than to snort cocaine in plain sight and in front of police. However, 26-year-olds Mitchell Anthony Price and Keegan Brendan Moore seemed none the wiser to this fact as they embarked on a night out at Jerrabomberra ...continue reading

Two Women Arrested for Allegedly Defacing a Statue Considered a ‘Public Place’ in Sydney

  It is reported that two woman have been arrested and charged for allegedly defacing the Captain Cook statue in Sydney’s CBD. At about 4am Sunday morning, police were contacted in respect to the statue in Sydney’s Hyde Park. The two women aged 27 and 28 were arrested on College Street in Sydney CBD, not ...continue reading

Inquest into William Tyrrell Case Hears Bestiality Allegations Involving Person of Interest

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   William Tyrrell – the little boy in the Spiderman suit – has now been missing for almost six years. On 12 September 2014, the three-year-old disappeared while distinct images of the joyous, engaging toddler became etched into Australia’s memory. And yet, despite a colossal investigation by police, coupled ...continue reading

Law, Penalties and Defences for Centrelink Charges

  It is reported that 35-year-old mother, Melka Krunes from Townsville has managed to get her hands on a total of $26,018 over a period of almost 7-years from the commonwealth entity, Centrelink. The financial advantage she received by providing incorrect information to Centrelink occurred from 2011 to 2017. During that period, she had made ...continue reading

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