Richard Luxton has been involved in a nasty game of back and forth with the telco giant regarding a portion of his 10,000 acres of Coomalie bushland, near the turnoff to the iconic Litchfield National Park, which still remains without resolution.
A woman who received more than 400 taxpayer-funded massages and chiropractor appointments, despite doctors saying they would do little for her condition, loses her bid to have her continued treatment paid for.
The ACCC took the company to court for its practices when selling tickets to music, sport and theatre events, which have been the subject of customer complaints, industry backlash and court action overseas.
Greens senator Sarah Hanson Young's defamation case against David Leyonhjelm is due to start at the height of the federal election campaign, with NSW Labor senator Kristina Keneally among 10 witnesses who may need to testify.
A Queensland couple who forced a Fijian woman to work as their domestic servant for eight years are jailed for what a judge labelled a "callous" and "calculated" crime, after a jury found them guilty of forced labour offences.
A court reveals recordings of Perth businessman Hossean Pourzand urging another man to set fire to the former WA headquarters of Bunnings as part of a multi-million-dollar insurance scam.
David John Pearce, who used a shoelace to strangle a refugee from Afghanistan, will spend at least six years in prison for attempted murder.
The competition watchdog is taking Bupa Aged Care to court alleging that for more than a decade it charged residents for numerous expensive services it never provided.
A man who donated his sperm to a lesbian couple so they could have a child will argue in the High Court today that he is legally the girl's parent, because he was involved in her life and made the donation on the basis he could help with her upbringing.