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Rush trial will leave behind nothing but wreckage

Rush trial will leave behind nothing but wreckage

Even once the judge reaches a verdict, we will learn precisely nothing of value.

In the Me Too era, America sets the gold standard for defamation law

In the Me Too era, America sets the gold standard for defamation law

Defamation law in Australia continues to deny the public from hearing the truth. In this, Australia could take a page from the US Supreme Court.

Behind the scenes at Geoffrey Rush’s defamation trial

Behind the scenes at Geoffrey Rush’s defamation trial

In his opening statement to a room packed with media, Rush's barrister made clear he would be seeking large damages.

The only winners in the Geoffrey Rush defamation hearing will be the viewers

The only winners in the Geoffrey Rush defamation hearing will be the viewers

If either party ever thought they had this under control, they don’t anymore. This show will go on. And on.

Media Files: Daily Telegraph to plead truth in Geoffrey Rush case

Media Files: Daily Telegraph to plead truth in Geoffrey Rush case

The Daily Telegraph will pull out the truth defence in defamation action brought by actor Geoffrey Rush.

Media Files: Sydney Morning Herald court story ‘breached privacy’

Media Files: Sydney Morning Herald court story ‘breached privacy’

The Australian Press Council has found The Sydney Morning Herald in breach of privacy for a story about a murder case.

Sunrise protest derails broadcast … Geoffrey Rush ‘hounded’ … the cost of speaking out …

Sunrise protest derails broadcast … Geoffrey Rush ‘hounded’ … the cost of speaking out …

Indigenous protest derails Surnise (as they actually make it on-screen). Plus other media tidbits from the day.

Sunrise’s panel follow-up … Court rules against Tele in Rush case … Chip shot from the bunker …

Sunrise’s panel follow-up … Court rules against Tele in Rush case … Chip shot from the bunker …

Sunrise has followed up its error-ridden, all-white panel discussion of removing Aboriginal children from their families. Plus, other media tidbits from the day.

<i>The Tele</i> on trial … News Corp’s new ad campaign … ABC’s tips from the super rich …

The Tele on trial … News Corp’s new ad campaign … ABC’s tips from the super rich …

The Daily Telegraph has gone all-out in its coverage today of its defamation case with actor Geoffrey Rush.

Crikey Worm: Labor winds back minimum wage plan

Crikey Worm: Labor winds back minimum wage plan

Good morning, early birds. Federal Labor has walked back a plan to peg the minimum wage to the median Australian wage. Plus, previously suppressed documents have been revealed in the Geoffrey Rush defamation case. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.