A gangland murderer is granted the right to appeal his conviction in an extraordinary move by Victoria's Attorney-General, over fears he may have suffered a miscarriage of justice due to the involvement of police informant Nicola Gobbo, who became known as Lawyer X.
Victoria's Attorney-General grants a petition for mercy, allowing Faruk Orman the right to appeal his conviction over fears he may have suffered a miscarriage of justice due to the involvement of police informant Nicola Gobbo, who became known as Lawyer X.
Victorian secretary of the CFMEU, John Setka, is placed on a one-year good behaviour bond after pleading guilty to two criminal charges, including using a carriage service to harass and breaching a court order late last year.
The furore over Israel Folau's $3 million GoFundMe campaign could spark a review of how crowdfunding sites are monitored, experts say.
Former youth detainee Dylan Voller secures a preliminary win against three of Australia's largest media organisations after a judge rules they could be considered third-party publishers of potentially defamatory Facebook posts made by members of the public.
A businessman and his pastoralist partners launch court action against Origin Energy over its plan for gas exploration on a Northern Territory cattle station.
Allegations of sexual harassment, abuse of power, bullying and intimidation have been levelled against an SA court office by former employees in submissions to a parliamentary inquiry.
Two Korean men who organised a cross-country road trip to transport 10 kilograms of ice across Australia are jailed for up to 12 years each, with a judge saying their crime had the potential to "massively harm the community".
The father of an Adelaide man who sustained a fatal brain injury after being ambushed outside his home declares "we got justice" after Hell's Angels bikie found guilty of murder.