An Indian man in custody since March accused of smuggling a group of fake journalists into Australia has had all charges dropped and is being released, but still faces deportation.
A coroner's report into the death of an INPEX worker last year finds guidelines around the wearing of safety harnesses at the scene were regularly ignored.
Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's global chief financial officer, was arrested in Canada this month and faces extradition to the United States, which alleges she covered up her company's links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran despite sanctions.
Christian Boillot, a key player in a wide-ranging corruption scandal involving the Reserve Bank and its note printing subsidiaries, is released by the courts after being sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail.
The Australian Conservation Foundation launches a legal challenge to a decision to bypass environmental impact assessment of Adani's licence to use up to 12.5 billion litres of water a year for its central Queensland coal mine project.
A New Zealand worker loses a racial discrimination case against an Adelaide bakery where she was nicknamed "Kiwi", because a judge said it was not an insult.
A series of email communications allegedly written by Graham Morant's wife to the group Exit International — which provides information on end-of-life matters — is one of four grounds of his appeal, after he was sentenced to 10 years in jail for counselling and assisting her suicide.
A company that supplies technicians to Telstra, Foxtel and NBN co is accused of sending a misleading email to workers urging them to opt out of the claim.
Taxi drivers in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and WA will sue Uber in what may be "the largest" class action in Australian history.
Two subsidiaries of the Reserve Bank of Australia were fined more that $21 million for offering bribes to foreign officials to strike banknote-printing deals, it can be revealed after a long court process, as the bank accepts there were "shortcomings" in its oversight of the companies.