Heartbroken Families Call For Changes To Laws 13/08/22

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Published Aug 12, 2022, 9:05 PM

Three heartbroken families whose loved ones were killed in horrific road crashes are calling for changes to the state’s “pathetic” sentencing laws. 

A bloody power struggle between Sydney Hells Angels and their Thai counterparts has sparked a recent shooting that threatens to tear the gang apart and reignite a long-term feud.

Former NRL superstar Jarryd Hayne has pinned his hopes for freedom on an all-star cast of three female lawyers who will represent him in the third instalment of his rape trial.

And in sport, North Queensland, Cronulla and Brisbane have built their premiership revival on a shrewd recruitment drive that has transformed the NRL trio from title pretenders to finals contenders.

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