Ben Schneiders The main challenger in elections for a troubled HSU branch has been barred from contesting the poll after the Federal Court ruled he was ineligible to stand
Ben Schneiders Controversial unionist Kathy Jackson, who is being sued for $700,000 by her union, has been rebuked by a Federal Court judge for failing to respect court processes.
Jane Lee The Northern Land Council did not obtain traditional Aboriginal owners' consent or consult with them before nominating sacred land in the Northern Territory for a nuclear waste dump, a court has...
Cameron Houston Employees are seeking higher payouts for alleged bullying, discrimination and unfair dismissal.
Rick Feneley What's the problem with a racist joke between a professor and his mates? Are we losing our sense of humour, or are Australians too tolerant of bigotry?
Esther Han Woolworths has been accused of lying about the safety of a range of its branded goods, including steel deep fryers, matches and chairs, and failing to lodge reports to authorities once it was...
Greg Pemberton A grandmother tells of terrible thrashings, recalling leather belts and canes.
Eryk Bagshaw Cancer advocates are taking "the breast cancer gene" case to the High Court in a last-ditch effort to overturn a controversial decision by the Federal Court.
Esther Han That tropical holiday of soft, white sand and turquoise waters can be realised with the click of a button, thanks to the internet. But do not think it is killing off face-to-face travel agents.
Nick Toscano Sexual harassment victims are more likely to receive six-figure damages payouts due to recent rulings that have "raised the stakes" for companies on the wrong end of workplace complaints.
Esther Han The ACCC has launched legal action against three Bet365 companies in the Federal Court, accusing them of misleading new customers with false advertising.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker George Alex's ambition to control building construction in Australia was enabled by the backing of ruthless criminals, big building companies willing to turn a blind eye to his phoenixing operations...
Tom Cowie Legal action between the head company of Pizza Hut and its own franchisees has escalated into a class action in the wake of a fierce price war with competitor Domino's.
Daniel Flitton, Marc Moncrief Almost one in four refugees locked in indefinite detention on the basis of secret ASIO findings have attempted or threatened suicide, a new analysis has revealed.
Anna Patty Health Services Union whistleblower Kathy Jackson has admitted to using funds from a union slush fund to write her former husband a cheque for $50,000.
Lucille Keen Coles is set to defend allegations it pressured 200 suppliers into joining a contractual program in order for the supermarket to stock their products.
John Elder The problem with being bullied at school, there's nowhere to sit quietly. You tend to move from one taunting corner to another.
Noel Towell One of Australia's highest-profile anti-gay activists has recruited one of the nation's busiest anti-Islam campaigners to help him get his job back as an Army Reserve officer.
Nick Toscano Construction union bosses allegedly warned a builder that "we will f--- you over" and that it was "going to get ugly" if the company did not sign a pay deal, according to court documents.
Chris Vedelago The Abbott government is potentially facing tens of millions of dollars in compensation payouts to injured asylum seekers, sparking a bitter feud between the Commonwealth and private detention camp...