Attorney-General Christian Porter's claim on Labor's support of gun law reforms received a mixed verdict from RMIT ABC Fact Check.
It started with an application to build a bike shed. Now, after a legal fight that originated in 1955, 87-year-old Antonio Iraci triumphs over the City of Fremantle in a battle that is set to land the council with a huge legal bill.
A US clothing designer's four-letter fashion brand starts with an "F'' and rhymes with "duct". The US Government is refusing to register the "immoral" trademark, but the designer says it is "thought-provoking".
Charges may yet be laid over a crash that killed a 16-year-old dirt bike rider in Darwin's rural area last year, after the Northern Territory coroner referred the matter back to police.
The next government now has a clear roadmap for how to amend the law, and improve the system of justice, for all those unfortunate enough to go through a relationship breakdown, writes Patrick Parkinson.
More than 10 per cent of people convicted of terrorism offences in the last five years were under the age of 18, but under Australian law judges are prevented from having the best interest of children as a primary consideration, an expert says.
A major defence contractor at one of Australia's most secretive intelligence facilities is being sued by former employees, who claim they were not paid out their proper redundancy entitlements.