The High Court has rejected an application for an appeal by Melbourne man Jack Thomas against his retrial on terrorism-related charges.
Thomas was convicted in 2006 of intentionally receiving funds from a terrorist organisation and possessing a falsified Australian passport.
He was sentenced to five years jail.
His conviction and sentence were overturned in the Victorian Court of Appeal later that year, but prosecutors won a retrial on the basis of fresh evidence.
They argued an interview between Thomas and the ABC's Four Corners program contained admissions about the alleged crimes.
Thomas's lawyers sought leave to appeal to the High Court, to overturn a refusal of their application to set aside the orders for a retrial.
The High Court has ruled that the material before them was not sufficient to support their consideration.
A date for Thomas's new trial has not been set.
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