Two radio DJs broke the law when they prank-called a hospital caring for the Duchess of Cambridge, Australia's high court has ruled.
Mel Greig and Michael Christian were put through to a nurse at King Edward VII, who gave information about the Duchess' condition after being told the call was from the Queen and Prince Charles.
Indian-born Jacintha Saldana, 46, committed suicide three days later.
The decision in favour of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) came after a challenge by radio station 2Day FM, which argued that the watchdog did not have the authority to rule that the actions were illegal.
Following the high court ruling, the station could be fined or lose its licence.
Greig and Christian have since apologised for the prank, with Greig attending Saldana's inquest in London.
The judge in the trial of Shrien Dewani in South Africa will decide today whether the state has presented enough evidence for the case to continue.
The Bristol businessman is accused of arranging for a hitman to murder his wife in Cape Town in 2010. Defence lawyers want the case thrown out, claiming a taxi driver jailed for the killing is an unreliable witness.
The funeral has taken place of a man killed in a hit and run in Somerset. 84 year old David Hick was killed after he was hit by a car in the village of Bruton in October. The funeral took place at All Saints church in Maiden Bradley. Two men and a woman arrested in connection with the collision have been released on bail.
We are thankful that we can finally lay Dad to rest and are looking forward to the day that we can get on with our lives fully, without this tragic event hanging over us so much.
The Judge at the trial of Shrien Dewani, a businessman from Bristol accused of arranging the murder of his wife while on honeymoon in South Africa, will take almost two weeks to rule whether the trial should continue or not.
Judge ruling Monday 8th December.
Today the judge questionned the prosecutors over their case against Shrien Dewani, pointing out that their main witnesses had all made 'mistakes' whilst giving evidence. Mr Dewani denies all the charges against him.
Steve Scott was in court.
The prosecution at the trial of a Bristol businessman accused of arranging his wife's murder are expected to present their argument today - to stop the case being thrown out.
Shrien Dewani denies charges of kidnapping and murder after his wife, Anni, was shot dead on their honeymoon in four years ago.
His defence lawyers have asked the judge in South Africa to return a not guilty verdict if the court feels there's insufficient evidence for a conviction.
A judge in South Africa is expected to decide later if the case against Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani should be dismissed.
The care home owner, 34, has always denied plotting to kill his new wife Anni during their honeymoon in Cape Town four years ago.
But prosecutors claim bisexual Dewani arranged the "hijack-gone-wrong", in which he would escape unharmed, to get out of his marriage.
The state alleges Dewani paid less than £1,000 to set up the hijacking in November 2010.
Dewani maintains the money was actually for a surprise helicopter trip which taxi driver Zola Tongo was helping to arrange.
Tongo was jailed for 18 years over his part in the attack. Another man Mziwamadoda Qwabe is serving 25 years.
Gunman Xolile Mngeni, who fired the fatal shot, was jailed for life but died of cancer in prison last month.
Judge Jeanette Traverso has already dismissed sections of the prosecution case, describing evidence on Dewani's sex life as irrelevant.
If she feels there is insufficient evidence to support the claims she could direct a not guilty verdict, which would see Dewani walk free.
Shrien Dewani's lawyers have announced they will call for the case to be dismissed.
Mr Dewani is accused of arranging the murder of his wife Anni on their honeymoon in Cape Town in 2010. 34 year old Dewani from Westbury on Trym has pleaded not guilty to all charges - including kidnapping and murder.
Three men have already been convicted for the murder. Xolile Mngeni was sentenced to life in prison but died last month. Mziwamadoda Qwabe was sentenced to 25 years, while taxi driver Zola Tongo was sentenced to 18 years following a plea bargain deal in which he implicated Shrien Dewani in the planning of the murder.
The case for the dismissal will be argued before Western Cape High Court judge Jeanette Traverso on Monday.
A woman from the Philippines who lives in Bristol with her family will hand a petition to the Government today asking not to be deported.
Mae Draper married her husband Kevin 19 years ago and they have a daughter together. The family's MP Chris Skidmore is backing their case.
More than a thousand people have signed a petition calling for the family not to be split apart by the home office.
Today marks four years since the death of Anni Dewani.
Her husband - Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani - is accused of arranging her murder on their honeymoon in Cape Town in 2010.
He is currently on trial in South Africa, but denies the charges. The trial is due to resume on Friday.
A 32-year-old Taunton man who took a Poppy Appeal collection tin from the East Street McDonalds restaurant pleaded guilty to theft when he appeared at the town's Magistrates Court on Saturday.
Matthew Morgan, of no fixed abode, was arrested about half an hour after the theft was reported on Friday morning.
He will be sentenced at Taunton Crown Court on 28 November.