Eryk Bagshaw, Louise Hall and Esther Han An eight-year-old girl and her nine-year-old brother have died after suffering injuries in a car crash on the Central Coast on Saturday night.
Couple lead class action against Australian travel company Scenic Tours after holiday ruined by rain
Louise Hall David Moore and Janette Howell spent their life savings – $26,200 – on what they expected to be a relaxing river cruise through the picturesque French and German countryside.
Louise Hall Human rights lawyer George Newhouse has won his defamation case against controversial News Corp blogger Andrew Bolt.
Louise Hall A high-profile Sydney doctor who specialises in “anti-ageing” medicine has been found guilty of professional misconduct and could be struck off after an investigation found she...
Louise Hall A Sydney mother has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her seven-year-old son after admitting he did not fall off a pogo stick as first claimed, but was subject to months of neglect and sickening...
Louise Hall A nightclub owner's son, who sexually assaulted a teenage girl in a Kings Cross alley and bragged about taking her virginity, has been sentenced to at least three years' jail.
Louise Hall The son of a Kings Cross nightclub owner has been sentenced to at least three years jail for sexually assaulting an 18-year-old girl in a laneway in May 2013.
Peter Junghans killed best mate then himself after fears he'd been dobbed in for drugs, inquest hears
Louise Hall A fast friendship took a fatal turn when Peter Junghans began to suspect his best mate Matthew Thomas, or his brother Clint Thomas, had "dobbed him in" to police.
Louise Hall The "royal prank" call broadcast on 2Day FM was "highly exploitative" and "personally degrading and humiliating" of the two hospital workers caught up in the infamous hoax, the broadcast media...
Louise Hall, Michaela Whitbourn The defamation battle between Joe Hockey and Fairfax Media could go as far as the High Court, with the publisher foreshadowing a potential challenge to the legal protections afforded to media outlets.
Louise Hall, Michaela Whitbourn Fairfax's lawyer in his closing submissions on day five of the defamation trial against Treasurer Joe Hockey said the articles published exposed how the connection between donations to political...
Louise Hall, Michaela Whitbourn A Fairfax Media journalist has told a defamation trial his editor's wish to have a story on Joe Hockey "nailed to the cross" was a reference to "nailing the facts".
Louise Hall and Michaela Whitbourn Fairfax Media journalist Sean Nicholls has told a defamation trial that the headline "Treasurer for sale" was "very much" a fair summary of an article he wrote about Joe Hockey.
Michael Whitbourn and Louise Hall The Treasurer told the court he had "accepted no money at all" in relation to the North Sydney Forum.
Michaela Whitbourn, Louise Hall Lawyers for Fairfax Media have dismissed as an extraordinary "conspiracy theory" claims that it was motivated to investigate Treasurer Joe Hockey's links with a Liberal Party fundraising body in...
Hockey defamation trial: Treasurer 'not intimately involved' in setting up fundraising body North Sydney Forum
Louise Hall Treasurer Joe Hockey says he was not intimately involved in the set up and running of a Liberal party fundraising body known as the North Sydney Forum despite his name and image being used to recruit...
Louise Hall Treasurer Joe Hockey has told a court he was "absolutely devastated" when he saw the headline "Treasurer for Sale" on a series of articles about his relationship with Liberal party fundraising body...
Hockey defamation trial: Treasurer could not allow 'scurrilous and false allegations' to remain unchallenged, lawyer says
Louise Hall, Michaela Whitbourn Treasurer Joe Hockey could not allow "scurrilous and false allegations about corruption" reported by Fairfax Media to remain unchallenged, his lawyers have told the opening of a defamation trial.
Louise Hall A Lebanese Muslim man was determined to marry a 12 year-old girl he saw in a mosque despite being told it was illegal.
Louise Hall Jessica Silva, whose two-years sentence for manslaughter has been wholly suspended today, came perilously close to becoming another domestic violence statistic.