The pleas have been adjourned till August 27.
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One in four prisoners is Indigenous despite Aboriginal people making up only 2.2 percent of the state’s population.
The military has been called in to help police Sydney’s virus-hit areas as Premier warns more record case numbers are due.
A Northern Territory environmental group launched legal action challenging the federal government’s use of tax in gas exploration.
A Syrian doctor is accused of torturing rebels in military hospitals by setting fire to their genitals.
Piano maestro Victor Makarov has lost his court battle over the revoking of his Australian citizenship after his conviction.
A Senate inquiry into temporary migration has heard Coles’ steps to improve conditions for horticulture supply chain workers are working.
The southeastern Australian state has lost a bid for a supervision order for sovereign citizens.
The competition watchdog New South Wales Ports is appealing the dismissal of its ports monopoly case in New South Wales.