A beautiful spring day, April 13, 2015.
70 degrees, with a westerly wind.
What’s with those little green tufts in the yard?
They are springing up everywhere. 379 more words
ABC News 9 April 2015
A Cairns MP is calling on the Queensland Attorney-General to help fast-track the demolition of the Manoora house where eight children were killed last year. 105 more words
The Conversation Paul Roberts 2 April 2015
Scientific evidence and expert witness testimony are integral to criminal trials worldwide. Yet while we live in a scientific age of increasingly specialised expert knowledge, a growing reliance on forensic evidence is a double-edged sword. 29 more words
BBC News Linda Geddes 18 March 2015
The bacteria in and on our bodies can betray some of our deepest secrets – even after we die. 74 more words
Courier Mail David Murray 21 March 2015
A COMPUTER program error has led to DNA evidence being bungled in dozens of Queensland crimes, including the murder of pregnant Logan woman Joan Ryther. 47 more words
Admissibility of BAC Evidence Requires Proof of Intoxication, by Daniel E. Cummins, TortTalk Blog