Nine reporter Seb Costello facing assault charges over Richmond altercation

Nine reporter Seb Costello facing assault charges over Richmond altercation

The journalist,who works on A Current Affair,has been summonsed to appear in court next month over allegations he assaulted a man and a woman in a laneway earlier this year.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola

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Security concerns to delay return of fugitive bikie boss Mark Buddle
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Security concerns to delay return of fugitive bikie boss Mark Buddle

The Comanchero was arrested at Darwin airport on Wednesday following his deportation from Turkey,six years after leaving the country.

  • byErin Pearson andMarta Pascual Juanola
Man accused of abducting,raping teen hitch-hikers released on bail

Man accused of abducting,raping teen hitch-hikers released on bail

Garry Cook,71,will be allowed to reside with his sister in Pakenham until he appears in court in November.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
‘Extremely traumatic’:Elderly woman threatened with barbecue fork in St Kilda

‘Extremely traumatic’:Elderly woman threatened with barbecue fork in St Kilda

The 80-year-old woman was getting in her car on St Kilda Road when a female jumped into the passenger seat,told her to hand over her purse and demanded to be driven to the airport.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
Kirkstall shooting victim was killed three days before scheduled court appearance

Kirkstall shooting victim was killed three days before scheduled court appearance

Further details have emerged about the victims of Friday’s murder-suicide near Warrnambool,including one man’s scheduled appearance in court on Monday.

  • byErin Pearson andMarta Pascual Juanola
January 6 Committee hearings as it happened:Former White House aides to give evidence about Capitol riots

January 6 Committee hearings as it happened:Former White House aides to give evidence about Capitol riots

Two former White House aides are expected to give live testimony during the hearing,which will be broadcast on prime-time TV.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
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‘Fear in the air’:Australian journalist freed by Taliban after forced denials

‘Fear in the air’:Australian journalist freed by Taliban after forced denials

Lynne O’Donnell,who has reported on and off from Afghanistan for about two decades,says she was detained by the Taliban and forced to deny her reporting.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
Environment minister requests work pause on $4.5b Pilbara urea plant

Environment minister requests work pause on $4.5b Pilbara urea plant

Perdaman has agreed not to start work on its plant on the Burrup Peninsula in WA which will disturb three pieces of ancient rock art at the World Heritage-listed site.

  • byPeter de Kruijff andMarta Pascual Juanola
‘We are going broke’:Truckie fuel protest clogs West Gate Bridge

‘We are going broke’:Truckie fuel protest clogs West Gate Bridge

Commuters were caught in traffic delays after dozens of truck drivers bound for the Victorian Parliament blocked several lanes on the West Gate Bridge in protest.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
Melbourne shivers through coldest morning in four years

Melbourne shivers through coldest morning in four years

Temperatures in the CBD dropped to 1.2 degrees about 6.20am,the lowest morning temperature recorded in the city centre since 2018.

  • byMarta Pascual Juanola
Surge in COVID cases among children sparked school mask plea

Surge in COVID cases among children sparked school mask plea

Term 3 has brought a steep rise in the number of Victorian students catching COVID-19,but some principals are sceptical of the new mask advice,predicting it will have limited impact without a mandate.

  • byAdam Carey,Ashleigh McMillan andMarta Pascual Juanola