Inquest examines role cloth baby sling played in death of three-week-old boy

Inquest examines role cloth baby sling played in death of three-week-old boy

Harvey McGlinn was carried to a medical appointment by his mother in a fabric sling in April 2019. When the sling was unwrapped,he was found unresponsive.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell

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Man’s fatal shooting by police was preventable,coroner finds

Man’s fatal shooting by police was preventable,coroner finds

Ian Fackender was lying in bed and listening to music through headphones when police burst into his room to take him to hospital because he had not received an anti-psychotic injection.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
‘Someone needs to be held to account’:Inquest into Indigenous man’s death

‘Someone needs to be held to account’:Inquest into Indigenous man’s death

Ricky “Dougie” Hampson was 36 when he died of perforated ulcers – hours after he was released from hospital. A coroner will now examine his death.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Free public transport across NSW for King Charles’ proclamation ceremony

Free public transport across NSW for King Charles’ proclamation ceremony

Passengers on buses,trains,ferries and light rail do not have to tap on until midnight,amid a ceremony proclaiming King Charles III as Australia’s sovereign.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Fourteen-month-old child died after being given methadone,coroner finds

Fourteen-month-old child died after being given methadone,coroner finds

The “happy,healthy and active toddler” died after an unknown person gave him methadone at a Seven Hills home in 2015,likely to sedate him,an inquest found.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Ex-NRL star pleads guilty to sharing child abuse material
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Ex-NRL star pleads guilty to sharing child abuse material

Brett Finch faced court on Tuesday where he pleaded guilty to one count of using a carriage service to make available child abuse material.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
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NAB paid false $2.2 million invoice after claim it was needed for Mike Baird,court told

NAB paid false $2.2 million invoice after claim it was needed for Mike Baird,court told

Helen Rosamond is on trial in the NSW District Court accused of paying kickbacks to a senior NAB staff member in return for having inflated invoices approved.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Businesswoman gave car,boat and holidays to NAB employee in kickbacks,court told

Businesswoman gave car,boat and holidays to NAB employee in kickbacks,court told

Helen Rosamond is facing trial in the NSW District Court accused of paying millions of dollars to Rosemary Rogers,a senior employee at National Australia Bank.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
‘It broke my mind’:Former youth detainee sues after being held in solitary confinement

‘It broke my mind’:Former youth detainee sues after being held in solitary confinement

When Daniel* went into custody for the first time aged 17,he claims he was placed into a cell for 25 days with nothing to do but stare at the wall. His mental health hasn’t been the same since.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Fatal stabbing was ‘one in several million’ event that could not have been prevented,Coroner finds

Fatal stabbing was ‘one in several million’ event that could not have been prevented,Coroner finds

The man who stabbed much-loved teacher Brian Liston at a Sydney bus stop had received competent treatment,an inquest has found.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell
Railing collapse at Leichhardt Oval mars schoolboy rugby clash

Railing collapse at Leichhardt Oval mars schoolboy rugby clash

Questions have been raised about the ground’s safety after the railing collapsed during a rugby match on Saturday,causing a crowd of spectators to fall onto the concrete below.

  • byGeorgina Mitchell andJamie Berry