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Life and Crimes with Andrew Rule

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Andrew Rule is one of Australia's most prolific journalists and authors. In Life and Crimes, the Sunday Herald Sun columnist shines a light on the dark corners of Australian life, from the story behind the biggest mysteries, to the characters of yesterday and the crims of today. Produced by Jonty Burton.
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Detective xOS is back in the studio to talk with Andrew about rabid dogs, inter-departmental cricket, and the legend of the Little Sargent. We have a Q&A episode coming up. To ask a question, go to http://heraldsun.com.au/crimequestions
Andrew Rule sits down with Detective xOS (not his real name) to talk about some of the more colourful stories the policeman has come across over his years on the job. Read more Andrew Rule at: https://www.heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule
Bill Vlahos was a charming man, raised in the commission flats of Prahran. But he conned millions out of top businessmen and regular punters alike, until it all came undone - and an exploding ute only raised more suspicion.
Victoria's predator teachers

Victoria's predator teachers

2019-10-2600:21:042

Schools across the state have paid out thousands - in some cases, even a million dollars - as more victims of child sex abuse come forward. And it wasn't just happening at Catholic or boarding schools.
Notorious hitman Arthur "Neddy" Smith is now clinging to life after decades in jail - but his death, whenever it comes, won't disappoint the many people he hurt. So how did he get the run of Sydney's seedy underbelly?
Well before John Wayne Glover started his murder spree in Sydney, he showed disturbing signs closer to home. Andrew talks with someone who knew him as a very young and very disturbed man. Read podcast companions and more at: heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule. Get more great Herald Sun podcasts at: heraldsun.com.au/podcasts
The skull in the chimney

The skull in the chimney

2019-10-0500:18:281

South Australia's mid north is a land of desolate towns and dark secrets. It was here that police investigating the disappearance of Martin Meffert made a macabre find. Read companion pieces and more at: https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/opinion/andrew-rule
Tragedy in Moe. Part 2

Tragedy in Moe. Part 2

2019-09-2800:19:40

Every story has a beginning. The death of Jaidyn Leskie had its roots in a family melodrama that spanned generations.
Tragedy in Moe. Part 1

Tragedy in Moe. Part 1

2019-09-2100:16:541

It was 22 years ago that the death of Jaidyn Leskie captivated the nation. Andrew Rule outlines the crime and investigation into his disappearance. Subscribe to the Herald Sun for Andrew's columns and podcast companions.
They're the modern day pirates picking cold gold from the seabed. But the abalone poachers of southern Australia are only ever a step or two in front of the law.
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Comments (37)

Leslie Brian

THATS TRUE ABOUT HAG.

Nov 17th
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Leslie Brian

THATS THE SECOND TIME A COPER SAY HE STOPPED A HAND GUN FROM GOING OF BY STICKING HIS HAND BETWEEN THE HAMMER. ???

Nov 17th
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Steve Harrison

Clive Small is the anonymous cop?

Nov 16th
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Margo Keating

1m1qó wåq2 ×11wis 22q

Nov 13th
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Alison Wonderland

that was interesting hearing from someone who knew him.

Oct 12th
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Teddy

i love this podcast. of course id love the episodes to be longer. thats because it is gooooood! keep em coming please Mr Rule!

Oct 11th
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Tahir Amjad

this new style of recording is literally creating headache.....

Oct 5th
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Tahir Amjad

please stick to your usual way of conversation. you have very impressive way of talking.

Oct 5th
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poisonmylah

This podcast stops half way through :( sounded really interesting though

Sep 15th
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Jodie Zahra

Pretty boring and not inline with other interesting podcasts. Would have rather heard more about the jockey or John Nikolic - now that would be a great podcast

Aug 11th
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kristian bliesner

its Jamie Evans for anyone wondering

Aug 4th
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Marilyn Caine

Another interesting episode!

May 11th
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Marilyn Caine

I never seem to tire of hearing stories about Roger Rogerson, one of NSW's most decorated corrupt cops. It facinates me what a fine line there is between cops and crims. Still can't believe Roger didn't realise he was being filmed by CCTV at the storage unit when he carried that body out to his car.

May 5th
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johnnybash

I found it hard to listen to this bloke defend a complete peice of shit. hes guilty he was convicted, hope he rots in hell. Ted Bundy was a nice bloke too

May 1st
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all sorted

I'm just going to put it out there, this show is basically the opposite of Case File, insightful, first hand information and down to earth in its delivery (no need to dramatise murders or the criminal world). The drama stops here. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🌠

Apr 30th
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Kelli Jane Ewer

what days are a new podcast by Andrew released. Been checking daily anticipating.

Mar 15th
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Shelly Frazer Diegan

yay Winx and team xx

Feb 19th
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Shannon Kiani

loving the long episodes

Feb 17th
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S Mileto

I just can't believe this could happen in Australia. I'm in shock at the ruthlessness and corruption by our Australian Federal Police

Feb 3rd
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Dennis Norman

loving the longer episode's!👍

Jan 26th
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