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."
Israel Folau’s belief that gay people go to hell is not niche. But it is harmful — and sacking him does nothing to help.
Former youth detainee Dylan Voller is suing News Corp, Fairfax Media and Sky News.
A Study Funded By The Government Is Likely To Show Its Own Refugee Policies Contribute To Suicide Risk
"It’s likely that those policies might contribute to increased risk."
Robert Masson donated sperm 13 years ago to conceive a child with his friend, Susan Parsons. Now Australia's highest court has ruled he is the legal father.
Exclusive: A prominent anti-same sex marriage campaigner has agreed to pay $100,000 to a queer youth activist over a “devastating” Facebook post.
Four of the eight accused Colt adults remain behind bars as they await trial in 2020.
Indigenous Australians were depicted in blurred footage while white commentators talked about child abuse. Now they're suing Channel Seven.
The Daily Telegraph Wants Tapes Of Geoffrey Rush's Defamation Trial To Prove The Judge Looked Biased
The judge's "tone" would have been read as biased — and they need the audio to show it, the newspaper says.
"If it’s a fantasy, then at some point one would expect the cracks would appear."
"If he was at the western door during that time, then the law of physics tells us this is literally, logically impossible, for the offending to have occurred."
She posted the apology three weeks after declaring "I'm not backing down" in a Facebook video.
"The Tribunal found that it was not necessary to use these headscarves to achieve the objectives of the exercise."
Sylvester Butler Jr. went overboard in May 2017. Two years on, little is known about his death.
A judge found Greg Rolles guilty — but he remains unconvinced.
“When you look at the material you just get this gut sense that’s something definitely not right here.”
This could be the most ambitious crossover event in Australian defamation history.
“I could never ever think that I could have the life that I’m living now.”