Six Melbourne men plead guilty to planning to sail from far north Queensland to the Philippines to encourage Muslim militants to stage a government overthrow.
Australian man Hazem Hamouda "vanishes" in Egypt after failing to turn up at a police station where he was due to be released after languishing in one of Egypt's most notorious prisons for more than a year without charge or evidence.
Attorney-General Christian Porter defends criticism of what Labor describes as an "extraordinary" number of Coalition figures sitting among 34 new appointments to Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Raids of the Australian Workers' Union in 2017 are now the subject of a civil court case, and the Federal Small Business Minister — who appeared as a witness last week — has been under pressure because her staff tipped off the media.
Documents obtained by the ABC reveal Brisbane law firm AJ & Co proposed an aggressive strategy for mining giant Adani to shut down critics and pressure the Queensland Government to bring the Carmichael mine to life.
A woman who was allegedly raped by the former Queensland president of the CFMEU sent messages from her phone saying "save me" and "please help" before the incident, a court is told.
A former senior staffer in Federal Minister Michaelia Cash's office tells a court he knew a media tip-off about police raids on union offices would be politically damaging for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
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A Tasmanian man who claimed to be filming a television program admits he sold a fake advertising package to a woman for $5,000, but is "willing to pay it back", a court hears.
A media advisor working for the Registered Organisations Commission — who had been offered a job in Senator Michaelia Cash's office — was the source of a leak about federal police raids on offices of the Australian Workers' Union, the Federal Court hears.