She posted the apology three weeks after declaring "I'm not backing down" in a Facebook video.
"The Tribunal found that it was not necessary to use these headscarves to achieve the objectives of the exercise."
Sylvester Butler Jr. went overboard in May 2017. Two years on, little is known about his death.
A judge found Greg Rolles guilty — but he remains unconvinced.
“When you look at the material you just get this gut sense that’s something definitely not right here.”
This could be the most ambitious crossover event in Australian defamation history.
“I could never ever think that I could have the life that I’m living now.”
The record-breaking sum comes as Rush's barrister revealed he offered to settle the case for $50,000 and a front-page apology.
Who will Scott Morrison have to bargain with in the upper house?
"He goes back to where he came from because he won't come back to the parliament."
“If Labor doesn't win this election, they can look at their figures in Queensland and ask what went wrong in Queensland."
"Mr Folau knew when he pressed that button there were the implications that post was going to have."
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"A lot of things have been done for us, without us. That's what we're trying to change."
Once the epicentre of Australia’s ongoing Indigenous youth suicide crisis, the remote Kimberley town of Derby is striving for change.
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“For us not to have a psychologist and an Aboriginal mental health worker is really crazy.”
A small team of support workers across Australia carry out a grim task: arriving at the doorstep when an Indigenous person dies by suicide, and figuring out how to help.
Her identity can be reported after a court suppression order was lifted on Thursday.
"It’s basically at the centre of the West Australian desert."