Man charged after alleged stabbing attack on co-worker
A man has allegedly been stabbed by a co-worker at a council work depot in Sydney's inner-south.Emergency services were called to the corner of Bourke and Doody Street in Alexandria, following reports a man had been stabbed.
A 30-year-old FIFO worker accused of murdering a colleague on a Pilbara mine site has faced a West Australian court . Hausler faced South Hedland Magistrates Court on Wednesday and was remanded in custody to appear in Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on November 27.
© AAP Images A FIFO worker has been charged over the death of a colleague at a mine site in Western Australia 's north. Police were called to the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project about 120km south of Port Hedland about 6.30am on Monday after the 40-year-old victim from Marble Bar was
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A 30-year-old FIFO worker accused of murdering a colleague on a Pilbara mine site has faced a West Australian court.
Troy Adam Hausler is accused of killing 40-year-old Toby Richter following an altercation at Pilbara Minerals' Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum site, about 120km south of Port Hedland on Monday morning.
Hausler faced South Hedland Magistrates Court on Wednesday and was remanded in custody to appear in Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on November 27.
In a social media post, family member Vanessa Richter thanked friends for their support.
"I can't reply to messages individually at the moment, there's too many, but thank you from the bottom of my (heart)," she said.
"It's going to be a long process from here."
The discovery of Mr Richter's body caused operations at the site to be temporarily suspended.
In a statement, Pilbara Minerals said the "tragic incident ... involved contractor personnel ... and not direct employees".
Police Federation speaks out over murder charge for constable Zachary Rolfe after death of Kumanjayi Walker .
The national police union says the murder charge against constable Zachary Rolfe over the death of 19-year-old Kumanjayi Walker has left officers around the country "questioning what they do". In a statement, the Police Federation of Australia (PFA) said officers around the country were "undoubtedly shocked" over the charge.