The record-breaking sum comes as Rush's barrister revealed he offered to settle the case for $50,000 and a front-page apology.
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"He goes back to where he came from because he won't come back to the parliament."
“If Labor doesn't win this election, they can look at their figures in Queensland and ask what went wrong in Queensland."
"Mr Folau knew when he pressed that button there were the implications that post was going to have."
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"A lot of things have been done for us, without us. That's what we're trying to change."
Once the epicentre of Australia’s ongoing Indigenous youth suicide crisis, the remote Kimberley town of Derby is striving for change.
An Aboriginal Health Service In One Of Australia’s Worst Suicide Regions Is Self-Funding Mental Health Roles
“For us not to have a psychologist and an Aboriginal mental health worker is really crazy.”
A small team of support workers across Australia carry out a grim task: arriving at the doorstep when an Indigenous person dies by suicide, and figuring out how to help.
Her identity can be reported after a court suppression order was lifted on Thursday.
"It’s basically at the centre of the West Australian desert."
This Rugby Player Will Argue He Shouldn't Be Sacked Over An Instagram Post That Said Gay People Would Go To Hell
Rugby union star Israel Folau will challenge Rugby Australia's decision to sack him after he again posted on Instagram that gay people are destined for hell.
Two prominent journalists have received legal letters from energy minister Angus Taylor.
Actor Eryn Jean Norvill, dragged into a #MeToo scandal she never wanted made public, sat and watched as a judge told the world he didn’t believe her.
"I would've been content to receive a simple apology and a promise to do better, without any of this," his accuser Eryn Jean Norvill said outside court.
The verdict in the defamation case between the Pirates of the Caribbean star and a Sydney newspaper will be handed down on Thursday.
The 28-year-old Australian appeared in court in Christchurch via video link on Friday morning.
"If they had done the exact same story talking about child sexual abuse in the mainstream community and showed images of families in the Northern Beaches, Vaucluse, Point Piper, can you imagine the outrage?"