Tiahleigh Alyssa Rose Palmer (sometimes known as Tia or ... - dofaq.com
death of tiahleigh palmer

Tiahleigh Alyssa Rose Palmer (sometimes known as Tia or ...

wikipedia - 20 Sep 2016
Tiahleigh Alyssa Rose Palmer (sometimes known as Tia or Tiah) was a 12-year-old Australian girl who lived in Logan, Queensland. She disappeared on 30 October 2015, her remains were found five days later and her foster father, Rick Thorburn, was charged on 20 September 2016 with her murder.
death of tiahleigh palmer

Bravehearts founder joins the 'bloodbath'

SBS - 01 Nov 2017
It was established after several shocking cases that included the alleged murder of schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer and the death of toddler Mason Lee, who was known to child protection officers. But Ms Palaszczuk wouldn't be drawn on the prospect of ...
death of tiahleigh palmer

Helping heroes

Ten Eyewitness News - 06 Nov 2017
Foster mum jailed Tiahleigh Palmer's foster mother is jailed for perjury over the schoolgirl's death. Dam plan. 2 mins. Dam plan The LNP is promising to drought proof regional Queensland. Fire heartbreak. 2 mins. Fire heartbreak Two good Samaritans ...
death of tiahleigh palmer

Blue Card, foster care systems to be strengthened in Queensland

Courier Mail - 07 Sep 2017
QUEENSLAND'S Blue Card and foster care systems will be strengthened in the wake of reviews sparked by the death of Tiahleigh Palmer, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says. The two reviews, as well as the Apelt Report into strengthening the child ...
death of tiahleigh palmer

Tiahleigh's foster brother sentenced

Sky News Australia - 14 Sep 2017
The confession of Tiahleigh Palmer's foster brother to his mother that he'd had sex with the slain schoolgirl was a 'catalyst' for her death, a court has heard. Trent Thorburn, 20, was sentenced at the Beenleigh District Court on Thursday to four years ...
death of tiahleigh palmer

Coming to Terms With the Senseless Death of Tiahleigh Palmer

VICE - 07 Oct 2016
A few months before she died, Tiahleigh had the chance to leave the Thorburn's. "She said she wanted to stay because of [Trent]," explained Sue Palmer, her biological grandmother, in the Courier-Mail. "We didn't have any idea as to what was actually ...

What's New