The severe storm warning has been cancelled.
Cops find a clandestine laboratory, 527 boxes of pseudoephedrine tablets, stolen motorbikes and a stolen caravan at Lockyer Valley property.
It is disgraceful that a nightclub owner would brand this teen whose drink was allegedly spiked not good looking enough to be raped, writes Sherele Moody.
A boy in his early teens has been medically evacuated to Queensland Children’s Hospital after a quad bike crash left him with life-threatening head injuries.
It’s too late to change the stories of these women, but it is not too late to save the lives of girls who follow in their footsteps, writes SHERELE MOODY
With three months left of 2019, 55 Australian women have been lost to alleged acts of murder or manslaughter. But now is the deadliest time to be female
Our criminal code was toughened up to ensure women stranglers spend time in jail. Yet hundreds of these abusers are escaping prison, writes SHERELE MOODY.
51 women have been killed in nine months, but the many kids who witness these deaths are left with little government support, writes journalist SHERELE MOODY
Pauline Hanson's family law inquiry will be a victim-blaming shaming farce designed to vilify single mums and domestic violence survivors, writes SHERELE MOODY.
Kim Marie Scofield still proclaims innocence despite being convicted of defrauding more than $33,000 from her close friend and boss
News Corp journalist Sherele Moody started her career in the media more than 25 years ago. She reports across a broad range of topics including and has an extensive background in data analysis and statistics-based journalism. She also specialises in opinion and feature writing on gendered violence and women’s issues. Sherele is the recipient of the 2018 BandT Women in Media Social Change Maker Award and has multiple Clarion and Walkley Our Watch journalism excellence awards for her work reducing violence against women and children. She is the founder of The RED HEART Campaign and the creator of the Femicide Australia Map.