Cameron Houston Employees are seeking higher payouts for alleged bullying, discrimination and unfair dismissal.
Philip Dorling Former Canberra public servant drops protracted legal challenge to ASIO allegations he passed sensitive information about trade negotiations to South Korean spies.
Natalie O'Brien Former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks has launched an appeal to overturn his conviction in the United States for the ''invented'' crime of providing material support for terrorism.
Michaela Whitbourn She has worked for a High Court judge, rubbed shoulders with Kevin Rudd at the UN and published articles on human rights law.
Rania Spooner A man's tragic death after police tried to arrest him has raised questions over the use of capsicum spray
Noel Towell The Defence Department could face fines of hundreds of thousands of dollars over the shooting death of a soldier and the wounding of a comrade on a firing range four years ago.
Richard Baker, Philip Dorling and Nick McKenzie Businesswoman Helen Liu - a Labor Party donor and benefactor to federal MP Joel Fitzgibbon - faces possible prosecution after the Immigration Department re-opened a probe into her alleged migration...
Richard Baker, Philip Dorling, Nick McKenzie Businesswoman Helen Liu, a Labor Party donor and benefactor to federal MP Joel Fitzgibbon, faces possible prosecution after the Immigration Department re-opened an investigation into her alleged...
Michael Inman and Nino Bucci A religious sect which was linked to an unsolved Sydney terrorist attack is fighting a court battle for control of its $20 million Australian empire.
Daniel Flitton Tamil refugee Ranjini admitted to having trained child soldiers during civil war in secret ASIO report.
Daniel Flitton Retired judge found Ranjini displayed 'genuine commitment' by staying with the Tamil Tigers.
Chris Vedelago, Cameron Houston, Karl Quinn Promoter behind some of Australia's biggest music festivals collapses with massive debts.
Jane Lee The High Court will decide whether the secrets of how Australia Day honours are selected should be made public.
Adam Cooper Australia's anti-doping authorities have won a legal fight over criticism directed at them in the case of an elite cyclist who tested positive to cocaine.
Noel Towell Choosing the right time in a new romance to reveal you're a secret agent can be tricky. But now a former Canberra ASIO operative says he was sacked for getting the timing wrong.
Daniel Flitton and Michael Gordon The future for asylum seekers arriving by boat looks bleak no matter who wins government.
Tom Arup A second mine has been approved by Environment Minister Mark Butler in Tasmania's Tarkine wilderness, dealing conservationists a fresh blow on the first day of the federal election campaign.
Jane Lee Australia will likely pay not only to defend, but also to prosecute asylum seekers.
Stephanie Gardiner What do you think of when you see the word "baked" displayed near loaves of bread in a supermarket?
Andrew Darby Conservationists in Tasmania have won a Federal Court action overthrowing the approval by former environment minister Tony Burke of a controversial mine in the Tarkine region.