Tagged With High Court

Immigration worker fired for slamming government on Twitter loses landmark free speech case in the High Court


Facebook ordered to explain why it deleted the profile of a dead man after a mysterious request


A Melbourne man is suing Google for defamation because he shows up beside criminals in an Image Search



Labor senator Katy Gallagher has been thrown out of parliament because she was a dual citizen


Valve, one of the world's biggest video games companies, just lost a major legal fight in Australia over a $3 million fine


A YouTuber successfully sued her ex-boyfriend in a landmark revenge porn ruling -- and then proposed to her co-star on the court steps



More MPs face High Court referral over dual citizenship


More than 100 decisions could face a legal challenge because Barnaby Joyce and Fiona Nash stayed on as ministers


Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the Coalition will continue to govern


Australia's deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce is disqualified from Parliament -- because he's a Kiwi


The High Court website has crashed from everyone wanting to know the decision on dual citizenship


Former Greens leader Bob Brown just won his High Court challenge against Tasmania's anti-protest laws



One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts gave some astonishing evidence on his dual citizenship to the High Court today


The High Court of Australia just said the same-sex marriage postal vote can go ahead


The High Court hearing on dual citizenship won't happen until October


Here's what happens next in the legal debacle over MPs' citizenship status



Pauline Hanson's colleague Malcolm Roberts, wants to refer himself to the High Court over dual citizenship questions


Sports Direct billionaire Mike Ashley 'agreed to pay £750,000 bill after guessing game with banker'


Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley 'once cleaned a Mayfair restaurant out of £3,000 wine'


Brexit court challenger Gina Miller is 'absolutely' ready to take the government back to court and says parliament 'voted against itself'