A Champagne producer has been put on trial after looting hundreds of historic French sites for artefacts to indulge his passion for archaeology.
Former Australian MP and parliamentary speaker Peter Slipper has been found guilty of misusing taxpayer funds for private visits to various Canberra wineries.
A case brought against former Australian MP Peter Slipper is heating up after he admitted paying for trips to wineries with tax-funded taxi vouchers.
The trial of alleged wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan wrapped up in New York yesterday with the prosecution telling the jury that he duped his victims into buying fake wines due to greed.
On day four of the trial of alleged wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan, Burgundy heavyweights Laurent Ponsot and Aubert de Villaine testified against Kurniawan.
Prosecutors on first day of the long-awaited trial of alleged wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan have told the jury that “greed” lies at the heart of the case.
A juror in Edinburgh phoned Scotland’s High Court to say that she was too drunk to turn up for duty.
A group of women, who suffered “terrifying” burns after drinking cocktails that contained bleach, have won compensation from the bar they were drinking in.
Alleged wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan has pleaded not guilty in a US court to an indictment charging him with schemes to sell fake wines and defraud a finance company out of £2m.
Czech brewer Budějovický Budvar will continue to use the Budweiser name on its UK beer after the Court of Appeal ruled in its favour.
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