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Kiwi & Australian Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder

A KIWI and an Australian have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Gold Coast cannabis dealer who was strangled in a robbery gone wrong.

Two New Zealand men, David Galloway and Malakai Lui, both 20, and Australian Dustin Johnston, 37, faced a murder trial in the Queensland Supreme Court over the death of Daniel Dwyer, 46.

Bill Potts Speaks To Courier Mail On Armed Robberies

By Greg Stolz & Jeremy Pierce

If it wasn’t so terrifying for the victims, the long series of Gold Coast crimes could almost be described as monotonous.

Forty-four hold-ups on the Coast so far this year, twenty this month alone. Barely a day seems to go by on the Glitter Strip when someone doesn’t pull a knife, gun, syringe or an iron bar on some hapless shopkeeper, service station attendant, pizza delivery driver or – in the latest robbery, which happened on Thursday – a teenage worker at McDonalds.

Coast ‘Mrs Big’ Denied Bail

Leah Fineran   |  July 9th, 2010 | Gold Coast Bulletin | www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au

A CONVICTED drug trafficker once dubbed the ‘Mrs Big of the drug world’ is back behind bars after being denied bail on fresh drug allegations.

Nana Puscas, 57, was arrested on Wednesday after a police raid netted almost half a kilogram of heroin at her Ormeau Road home.

Police also arrested 52-year-old Nicolae Tufis from NSW, who they allege was restocking her supplies.

Both suspects have been charged with trafficking, supplying and possessing a dangerous drug.

Susan Falls On A Current Affair

Bill Potts is interviewed by Channel 9’s “A Current Affair” – after Susan Falls is acquitted by a jury – acting in self-defence when shooting her abusive husband – 29 June 2010. In a confronting interview on A Current Affair, Gold Coast mother of four Susan Falls reveals how and why she shot dead her husband. It was a dramatic end to an abusive marriage but domestic violence workers warn other women are living nightmares of their own. Brendan Hocking: A glimpse inside the tortured world of a beaten wife and mother, pushed beyond breaking point. Susan Falls: “He forced me. He pushed...

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