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.
Louise Hall Domestic violence victim Jessica Silva will not serve any more time behind bars for the stabbing death of her ex-partner James Polkinghorne on Mother's Day 2012.
Louise Hall Sydney businessman Morgan Huxley "never locked the front door" of the Neutral Bay flat he shared with Irishwoman Jean Redmond.
Louise Hall A man who pretended to be gay lured his victims using the social networking app Grindr before robbing them at knifepoint.
Louise Hall and Amelia Birnie A "road rage" incident resulted in the alleged stabbing murder of a 26-year-old man at a park in Sydney's northwest on Saturday, police say.
Louise Hall Cutting several scenes and adding a disclaimer to the final episode of the TV mini-series House of Hancock has not dissuaded billionaire Gina Rinehart from suing Channel Nine for defamation and...
Louise Hall A Sydney woman allegedly murdered by a man she met online called him "lazy" and told him to go back to the US in the months before her death, her daughter Aminda Huynh told the NSW Supreme Court.
Louise Hall A judge has praised police for preventing cocaine and methylamphetamine with a street value of $260 million reaching the streets of Sydney and sentenced a Canadian man behind the drug haul to life in...
Terror accused Omarjan Azari was told to 'just pick any random unbeliever' and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag
Louise Hall Terror accused Omarjan Azari was told to "just pick any random unbeliever" and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag and then send the footage so it could be put online, a court has heard.
Louise Hall A Sydney man was told to "just pick any random unbeliever" and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag and then send the footage so it could be put online, a court has heard.
Louise Hall Lawyers for a Sydney man accused of planning a "terrifying" public terrorist act say he could never get a fair trial because of the prime minister's "unprecedented interference" in the case.