Brittany Higgins took the '"extraordinary" position of only helping Ten defend a defamation suit if they did not pay Bruce Lehrmann damages, his lawyers say.
All options are on the table as the federal government tries to get Facebook to negotiate deals with Australian news outlets.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team is trying to stop his extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States in a two-day hearing.
A senior lawyer for Network Ten says she thought a Logies speech about Brittany Higgins was "sufficiently vague" not to harm an impending trial.
Ben Roberts-Smith has to wait for a decision in his defamation appeal after a final day targeting "speculative" evidence for findings he committed war crimes.
Network Ten has been ordered to pay the legal costs for Lisa Wilkinson hiring her own legal representation in a defamation fight with Bruce Lehrmann.
The Queensland premier has moved to improve media access to Children's Court cases through legislative reforms.
A judge overseeing a defamation appeal by Ben Roberts-Smith has asked how else an elderly Afghan man could have been killed unless by unlawful execution.
An anti-feminist YouTuber has failed to appear in court after republishing footage of Bruce Lehrmann's defamation case.
Ben Roberts-Smith's manhandling of an Afghan man with a prosthetic leg before machine-gunning him had been backed up by four eyewitnesses, a court has heard.
Lisa Wilkinson says she begged Network Ten to publicly admit it cleared her Logies speech that delayed Bruce Lehrmann's criminal trial for rape.
Clear evidence showed Ben Roberts-Smith executed a prisoner with a prosthetic leg and kicked a handcuffed man off a cliff before he was shot, a court has heard.
Lisa Wilkinson says she begged Network Ten to publicly admit it cleared her Logies acceptance speech that delayed Bruce Lehrmann's criminal trial for rape.
A finding Ben Roberts-Smith ordered the execution of a prisoner after the discovery of a weapons cache was alarming and should be rejected, a court has heard.
Findings that Ben Roberts-Smith was involved in war crimes were based on implausible evidence, speculation and illogical leaps, an appeals court has heard.
A judge's dismissal of evidence from Ben Roberts-Smith and his military colleagues did not mean he cruelly executed defenceless prisoners, a court has heard.
Brittany Higgins' consent was taken away in an alleged Parliament House rape and she needed to feel like she was back in control, her fiance told a journalist.
The prime minister has named former News Limited chief Kim Williams as the new chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, replacing Ita Buttrose.
As the defamation trial by Bruce Lehrmann over a Ten report on Brittany Higgins' rape allegation concludes, all eyes now turn to the judge who oversaw the case.
After being found naked in a minister's office, Brittany Higgins left a false trail to avoid a career-limiting moment and retain her job, a judge has heard.
Broadcaster Ten has accused Bruce Lehrmann of making bizarre and absurd lies around his alleged rape of Brittany Higgins, which the network says did occur.
Two ministers reportedly tried to protect themselves by insisting police be told of Brittany Higgins' alleged rape before she chose to speak up about it.
Linda Reynolds' former chief of staff said she couldn't rule it out or in, when asked if she suspected two staffers had sex days before in the senator's office.
Journalist Lisa Wilkinson has faced a second day of grilling at a defamation trial over a broadcast that aired allegations of a rape in Parliament House.
Prince Harry has claimed vindication after a UK court ruled he had been a victim of phone hacking by journalists, in a historic victory for the estranged royal.
Ex-Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrman's defamation trial against Network Ten and journalist Lisa Wilkinson continues almost a month after beginning to hear evidence.
A Queensland MP has told a court that Brittany Higgins' claim of being raped by a fellow Liberal staffer was "not something that you forget".
It would have been "desirable" for the team behind a TV report on Brittany Higgins' alleged parliamentary rape to double check her claims, a court has heard.
Journalist Lisa Wilkinson has given evidence in the Bruce Lehrmann defamation trial, accusing Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds of "deplorable" conduct.
A Ten producer has admitted there was no proof Brittany Higgins would lose her parliamentary job if she told police of her alleged rape by Bruce Lehrmann.
A Network Ten producer says Brittany Higgins' allegations of parliamentary interference weakened "very strong" claims she was raped by Bruce Lehrmann.