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Wife who stabbed husband with Alzheimer's spared jail A "devoted" 79-year-old woman who was shot by police with a Taser after stabbing her husband 17 times has been spared jail. Florence Thomson, then 78, had been having difficulty coping with her
May 22, 2012 Opinion Read later At least this nasty mess has exposed the strengths and weaknesses of our system...He is doubtless a victim of this very weird moment in Australia, a political stalemate, with the community stretched by antagonism and
Labor MP Craig Thomson is set to tell federal parliament he never used union funds to pay for prostitutes, but Prime Minister Julia Gillard probably won't hear his much-anticipated explanation...Nevertheless, most eyes will be on the former Health
May 20, 2012 Read later THE acting head of the Health Services Union has accused the NSW government of ''playing silly buggers'' with the appointment of an administrator for the troubled East branch. Chris Brown told The Sun-Herald the NSW government
Embattled independent MP Craig Thomson is expected to blame in Australia 's Parliament on Monday a Health Services Union (HSU) official for allegedly destroying documents that would clear him of charges. Share This Story Mr Thomson is expected to
Bob Ellis has offered to repay members of HSU the $500,000 allegedly misused by Craig Thomson. MAN murdered his live-in lover then dissected her body with a circular saw and dumped it on a rural property. Bob Ellis has offered to repay members of HSU
There's a new King of the Mile in Kentucky high school track and field. Jacob Thomson of Louisville Holy Cross shattered Curtis' 10-year-old State Meet all-class record for 1,600 meters Thursday, winning the Class A event in 4 minutes, 10.80 seconds.
Craig Thomson will be contending that Kathy Jackson, pictured, destroyed crucial evidence that would have absolved him of fraudulent spending allegations. Parliament on Monday that Kathy Jackson, who succeeded him as the national secretary of the
MPs' code of conduct has been revived; and the Greens are pushing their initiative for a federal anti-corruption body. Legislation for better accountability within industrial organisations hopefully will become a reality. Government, unions and
Labor MP Craig Thomson plans to claim his mobile phone was hacked when he defends himself against allegations he called an escort service in 2005 and 2007. Mr Thomson will deliver his critical speech for the defence to Parliament on Monday. News.com.