"You Didn't Know Him": The Family Of A Young Man Who Died After A Viral Drag Queen Protest Has Spoken Out
"To those who have described Wilson as 'a deeply troubled young man', including so-called family members — with all due respect — you never knew him."
Bushfire maps of Australia keep going viral — but think twice before you hit share.
The last day of the decade was one of the worst yet in Australia's devastating fire season — with two months of summer still to go.
The Aboriginal Group Who Sued Over The "Sunrise" Stolen Generations Panel Will Get A Payout And An Apology
Exclusive: Channel Seven has agreed to publicly apologise and pay an undisclosed sum to 15 Aboriginal people from a remote community over a breakfast TV discussion about the Stolen Generations.
Five people are confirmed dead and eight remain missing, presumed dead, after Monday's eruption off New Zealand's North Island.
Dylan Hafertepen is suing an Australian TV network that filmed his dramatic confrontation with the mother of his dead partner.
Pell, the world's most senior Catholic found guilty of child sexual abuse, is currently serving out a six-year prison sentence.
Rising actor Eryn Jean Norvill wasn't "under the thumb" of Geoffrey Rush, the film star's barrister said.
"Yes, it wasn’t true. But she wasn’t in a court of law. She wasn’t under oath," said the Telegraph's lawyer.
"Our Legal Advice Is Actually To Quote The Bible": Anglicans Introduce A New Trans Policy To Avoid Discrimination Claims
"It's — as a friend of mine put it very aptly — putting lipstick on a pig," said one transgender churchgoer.
A 74-Year-Old Man Was Acquitted Of Assaulting A Far-Right YouTuber Who Was Defending TV Host Sonia Kruger
The series of events leading to Sam Ekermawi's successful appeal started when Sonia Kruger called for an end to Muslim immigration on Australian breakfast television.
Geoffrey Rush Lost His Bid To Stop The Daily Telegraph From Repeating The Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Him
A rare win for the Daily Telegraph in a case that has cost the newspaper $2.9 million.
"The complainant was a compelling witness, was clearly not a liar, was not a fantasist and was a witness of truth."
Evie Amati will now spend at least eight years in prison.
Now in America after growing up in detention on a remote Pacific island, four young sisters grapple with the years they lost.
"Eight years is enough!"
"Deeply Troubling": A Coroner Has Criticised The Care Of A Pregnant Woman Who Died Hours After Leaving Hospital
"This inquest has put the health system on notice," said a family member.
Exclusive: A government report has revealed the “unbelievably high” rate of medical admissions for refugees suffering mental illness on Nauru.
"They weren’t just recording songs to have them sitting in an archive."
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