Rania Spooner Taxpayers funded at least part of former Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney's multi-million dollar legal battle against allegations he murdered his wife.
Rania Spooner Perth's "trial of the decade" has ended with high-profile barrister Lloyd Rayney found not guilty of the murder of his Supreme Court registrar wife Corryn Rayney.
Rania Spooner The state has launched an appeal against a Supreme Court Justice's finding that Lloyd Rayney was not guilty of the murder of his wife.
Courtney Trenwith and Rania Spooner In the end, there was no evidence to prove prominent Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney killed his wife Corryn.
Rania Spooner One of the most puzzling and high-profile murder trials in Western Australian history is expected to culminate into a highly-anticipated verdict today.
Anne-Louise Brown Corryn Rayney took her last breaths at Kings Park, a renowned pollen expert has told Lloyd Rayney’s murder trial.
Anne-Louise Brown Lloyd and Corryn Rayney's two daughters, Caitlyn and Sarah, are giving evidence today, in the tenth week of the murder trial.
Anne-Louise Brown The murder trial of prominent Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney has entered its tenth week.
Anne-Louise Brown Police believed Lloyd Rayney had killed his wife on the day her body was exhumed from a bush grave, according to a leading pathologist.
Anne-Louise Brown Five years ago, Corryn Rayney's body was discovered in a bush grave in Kings Park. The day before her car was found abandoned on Subiaco's Kershaw Street.
Anne-Louise Brown Evidence regarding a hard drive Lloyd Rayney is alleged to have destroyed after his wife’s death will be heard at his murder trial.
Anne-Louise Brown A picture of a privately sensitive man deeply distressed by his wife’s death has been painted by Lloyd Rayney’s sister, Raelene Johnston.
Anne-Louise Brown Emotions at Lloyd Rayney’s murder trial will run high today, with the first two witnesses called expected to be his daughters, Caitlyn and Sarah.
Anne-Louise Brown Soil samples recovered from seed pods in Corryn Rayney’s hair were “consistent” with those taken from the Rayney home, according to one of WA’s leading mineralogists.
Anne-Louise Brown The nitty-gritty details of the level of forensic testing conducted during the investigation into Corryn Rayney’s death was revealed last week in court.
Anne-Louise Brown The man who allegedly installed a phone tapping device which recorded the private phone conversations of Corryn Rayney is expected to give evidence today at the murder trial of Perth barrister, Lloyd...
Anne-Louise Brown Human skin and hair were found in sand sitting dormant in Corryn Rayney’s bodybag for almost four months after her death, it was revealed at Lloyd Rayney’s murder trial yesterday.
Anne-Louise Brown With 160 witnesses still to give evidence in the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney, a 'cull' has been completed to slash the number taking the stand.
Anne-Louise Brown Sinister threats were made by WA’s top cops in a bid to extract a statement regarding the death of Corryn Rayney, according to a close friend of accused murderer Lloyd Rayney.
Anne-Louise Brown Was Corryn Rayney's body dragged across a hard soil-covered surface or simply a soil surface?