IVAN MILAT MAY HAVE KILLED MY GRANNY! The murder of Elaine Beverley King which police have failed to solve for nearly 50 years because of “systemic failures”

EXCLUSIVE: Almost 50 years after the heinous and still unsolved murder of Elaine Beverley King inside a hotel room in the centre of Sydney, newly unearthed information suggests notorious serial killer, Ivan Milat, may have been responsible. While “systemic failures” within NSW Police have helped to only hamper her family’s long search for justice. Tayla Foster and Serkan Ozturk investigate.


WITNESS: Billionaire pub bloke & former Liberal MP Craig Laundy engaged in “coercive control, domestic violence and stalking”

EXCLUSIVE: Former Liberal MP and billionaire pub baron Craig Laundy is alleged to have engaged in coercive control, domestic violence and stalking as well as revenge-seeking activities after a former girlfriend discovered the powerful businessman had lied to her about his marital status for two years, according to witnesses under oath this week. Serkan Ozturk reports.


THE UGLY SIDE OF THE BEAUTIFUL GAME! Celtic FC & Rangers to travel to Australia for football tour as child sexual abuse claims linger in Scotland

EXCLUSIVE: They are arguably Scotland’s two biggest institutions: Celtic FC and Glasgow Rangers. And six months from now, the two football clubs will bring their storied and intense rivalry to Australia for the very first time. Yet, hidden deep within that history of the Old Firm is a horrid decades-long tale of organised paedophile rings amongst youth football coaches. Now, ahead of the Australian tour to take place in November, families of the victims of child sexual abuse have spoken out and are livid that their experiences continue to be whitewashed and sports-washed. Gary Johnston reports.


OPTUS SAYS YES AS AUSSIES SAY NO TO CORRUPTION! Anger as allegedly corrupt former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian scores highly paid made-up exec job that goes against telco’s own Code of Conduct

EXCLUSIVE: A coterie of senior Optus executives have been publicly sucking up to the allegedly corrupt former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian for months with the hope it seems of being able to swindle some more influence amongst decision makers and power-brokers across Australia. The move by the giant telco meanwhile to go against its own published company code of ethics and give the morally dubious former politician a highly-paid, made-up job just for her while still under investigation by the ICAC has led to angered employees and customers deciding to leave the business. Serkan Ozturk reports.


CRIME CULTURE: The Mother Wound

BOOK REVIEW: Amani Haydar’s surging, award-winning memoir, ‘The Mother Wound’, is a powerful symbol of hope and change but also a tragic reminder that family violence is an all-too-familiar tale that follows a similar pattern regardless of religion or culture, writes Irfan Yusuf.