EXCLUSIVE: Her glitzy sham LGBTI Awards just went bust with her own business partner claiming she’s been defrauded. While in the recent past she’s been accused of ripping off her own employees. But LOTL publisher, Silke Bader, is now begging people to donate at least $20,000 so she can start a so-called community “foundation”. Serkan Ozturk reports.
IN TRIBUTE: It is with immense sadness we are in the unfortunate position to confirm the passing of one of our own. Aged just 28, True Crime News Weekly contributor, Katya Gladiadis, died last month from a serious medical condition having also faced brain cancer in recent years. Our publisher, Serkan Ozturk, pays his respects.
EXCLUSIVE: Almost a month after his arrest, the principal of Katoomba High School has finally alerted the community that popular maths teacher, sports coach and rugby union footballer, Gavin Malcolm Duncan, is facing serious sexual abuse charges. It comes as we take a closer look at goings-on at the school as well as the background of the poker-playing, chameleon-like teacher who was still employed despite being sentenced to prison for nine months just earlier this year.
EXCLUSIVE: Pretty-boy Katoomba High School teacher, Gavin Malcolm Duncan, is facing serious sexual abuse charges. While his former school is facing claims of a cover-up amidst a sleazy culture where boundaries between some teachers and students are said to have become possibly blurred. Serkan Ozturk investigates.
EXCLUSIVE: Australian tour operator and student, Alek Sigley, is now free but says he will never reveal what really occurred during his week-long forced disappearance in North Korea. But according to other Aussies who’ve recently visited the secretive and demonised nation, social media use could likely be one reason why the young Australian was detained at Kim Jong-un’s leisure this month.
Inspired by true events, Red Joan is a new historical spy thriller co-starring Judi Dench. Aiming for heft and gravitas, it instead ends up being a serious let-down with racist caricatures taking centre stage alongside some of the most tedious British stiff upper lips seen in a long while, writes Therese Taylor.