Lloyd Rayney, a high-profile barrister, is standing trial in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, charged with the wilful murder of his wife, Supreme Court registrar, Corryn Rayney.
It is alleged on August 7, 2007, Mr Rayney killed his 44-year-old wife – the mother of his two children – at their Como home, while one of their daughters slept upstairs, then disposed of her body in Kings Park.
Since being charged in 2010, he has vigorously denied murdering his wife.
Last week, the first of witness evidence, Mrs Rayney's father, Ernest Da Silva, WA police officers, a string of Perth lawyers and Mr Rayney's former PA gave evidence.
This week the prosecution continues to call witnesses.
11.00am: Sergeant Siobhan O'Loughlin has been recalled to give evidence at the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney.
Sergeant O'Loughlin, a forensic officer, saw Corryn Rayney's body after it was exhumed from a bush grave in Kings Park.
She was also involved in photographing Mrs Rayney's body in situ.
10.30am: Ida Rancana, a sales manager from Matahari department store in Bali, has been called to give evidence at the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney.
The prosecution alleges in April 2007, while on a Hancock Prospecting trip to Bali, Mr Rayney and his wife Corryn bought a set of Stanley Adams brand handkerchiefs at the store.
It is alleged one of the handkerchiefs purchased on April 9, 2007, was found in Mrs Rayney's bush grave in Kings Park.
Mr Rancana, appearing via videolink from Bali, told the court that items were paid for at Matahari with Mrs Rayney's credit card. However, he could not comment on what items were purchased by using transaction receipts.
He said at the time the Rayneys were in Bali, Stanley Adams handkerchiefs were being sold at the department store.
Mr Rancana said the Stanley Adams brand was only stocked at Matahari but conceded hundreds would be sold each year.