She's alleging the disgraced producer raped her in 2010 and was instrumental in her firing from the hit show Boardwalk Empire.
Australia needs a national anti-corruption body similar to the NSW Independent Commission against Corruption, a leading jurist has argued.
- by Nick O'Malley
Debbie Narel Brereton wiped away tears when she was convicted of lighting four fires in the Shoalhaven area.
- by Alasdair McDonald
ASIC and Westpac have been forced back to the drawing board after the Federal Court threw out the bank’s offer to pay a $35 million settlement for contravening responsible lending laws.
- by Sarah Danckert
The young man who murdered comedian Eurydice Dixon has formally pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting and killing her.
- by Adam Cooper
A tragic and bizarre set of circumstances saw a 54-year-old father-of-five hit, run over and killed by his own car.
- by Sam Rigney
A man accused of bashing his girlfriend to death in Sydney had a history of assaulting another partner and was seen karate-kicking her in the head, jury hears.
- by Sarah McPhee
Sarah moved interstate to get away from rapist Glenn Hartland. She thought she had made a new start – then her tormenter was allowed to walk free, despite pleading guilty.
- by Adam Cooper
'We did what any brand, company, corporation or organisation would do,' the Girl Scouts said.
- by Niraj Chokshi
'Hiding in plain sight': At 13, Linda says she told DOCS her foster father abused her. They did nothing
A former police officer is suing the State of NSW after she was left with an allegedly abusive foster father, despite her biological father's attempts to get her back.
- by Joanne McCarthy
The banking giant knowingly put investors at risk with securities that employees privately derided, fuelling the GFC, the US alleges in its 302-page claim.
- by Patricia Hurtado