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For two decades, this plus-size category produced the largest per annum percentage increases in ready-to wear retailing. Max Mara started Marina Rinaldi , one of the first high-end clothing lines, for plus-size women in Nowadays, the plus size section doesn't suffer from any restrictions, becoming more welcoming to various types and styles of garments. Moreover, there has been the increasingly positive trend to offer premium flattering fit to the customers.
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She was set alight by a woman who'd vowed to "ruin her pretty face. Narelle Fraser is back to tell us about another of the the biggest cases of her homicide career. James Phelps is an author and journalist with a penchant for prisons.
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The new documentary Fade to Black depicts their campaign to change Australia's laws in the last months of Peter's life. Brisbane mum Allison Baden Clay was reported missing by her husband Gerard on the morning of April 20, When police arrived at the house, they found Gerard smartly dressed in his usual business attire, with 3 deep, raw scratches on his cheek. In February , Melbourne woman Maria Korp was found clinging to life in the boot of her car. What happened next changed the course of Narelle's life, and played a part in her leaving the force with PTSD.
Nina Funnell is a journalist, academic, activist and survivor of sexual assault. She's cowritten a report on sexual assault on Australian University campuses and her findings are disturbing to say the least. She also explains the dangers around the traditional warnings we give our daughters. His job was to deal with sieges, hostage situations, terrorist attacks and everything in between. Doug's son Heath has written a book about it and they both join us for a chat. Sent on a simple errand to the local shops by her mother, six-year-old Kylie Maybury never made it home alive.
Her body was found the following day, discarded in a gutter, but the circumstances of her death, and the identity of her killer remained unknown for 33 years. In the end, he was eerily close to home all along. Veteran crime reporter Keith Moor talks us through the details of the case, and the strange twists and turns in Kylie's case.
This is part 2 of our conversation with Mary and Katie. If you haven't yet, go back and listen to part 1: My sister, the killer. The story of how Anna Horneshaw came to murder her housemate picks up with her family begging the mental health services for help. Part 2 delves into why help never came, Anna's sentencing, and how the years in prison have changed her life. But in this episode, we're going behind the headline.
That 'Melbourne woman' was Mary K. And she was Katie Horneshaw's sister. How mental illness slowly stole away the girl they knew. And how they never stopped trying to save her. Look out for part two of this story next week. Narelle Fraser spent 27 years in the police force investigating the most heinous crimes.
She dedicated her life to helping victims of horrific sexual and violent crime, exposing herself to death and trauma on a daily basis. But eventually the terrible things she saw began to tear her apart.
When she finally sought help, it took the psychiatrist 30 seconds to diagnose her with post-traumatic stress disorder. But Narelle found a coping mechanism.
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Let's wind back to the glory days of print. Today, Megan is a court reporter and bestselling author who has seen some of the most gruesome cases you could imagine. From reporting on battered women to covering high-profile cases such as the kidnapping and murder of Jaidyn Leskie, she says it's not a job that makes you popular. Nonetheless, the journalist shares her advice for aspiring true crime writers who want to hear the very worst things people are capable of, and report the greatest show on earth.
Ron Iddles is widely known as Australia's greatest detective. Known as 'The Good Cop', Ron reflects on the cases that stuck with him. On being the only hope for the families of victims. And why he will never change his phone number. Goulburn Prison houses some of Australia's most evil and depraved criminals.
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