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Paul Gregoire

Paul Gregoire is a Sydney-based journalist and writer. He's the winner of the 2021 NSW Council for Civil Liberties Award For Excellence In Civil Liberties Journalism. Prior to Sydney Criminal Lawyers®, Paul wrote for VICE and was the news editor at Sydney’s City Hub.

Sydney Stabbings Highlight Need for Mental Health Reform, Not Tough-on-Crime Laws

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Following the multiple stabbing murders in a Bondi Junction shopping mall last Saturday, and the stabbing assault of a western Sydney priest two nights later, the Minns government is now considering more tough-on-crime laws to prevent future knife attacks. This...
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Western Sydney Riot: Why Would a Community Be Mistrustful of NSW Police?

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Following a knife attack on globally renowned Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel of the Assyrian Orthodox Christ the Good Shepherd Church in the western Sydney suburb of Wakeley on Monday, a crowd of his followers began arriving, understandably upset by the...

Sydney Knife Attacks: A Tale of Two Terrorisms

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Six people were stabbed to death in a crowded Bondi Junction shopping mall on Saturday afternoon by 40-year-old Joe Cauchi, an Australian of European descent, and whilst he was apparently targeting women, New South Wales police determined the attack was...

NSW Should Extend Voting Rights to All Inmates to Better Serve the Community

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Right now, NSW inmates serving sentences of 12 months or more are denied the ability to vote in state elections, and whilst federally, such restrictions on voting rights also exist, in these cases, the prohibition applies to those sentenced to...

The Pro-Palestine Gadigal-Sydney Ceasefire March Is 27 Weeks Strong: In Photos

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Protests crowds have a life of their own: each one unique, with something of a character and personality of which you can speak. There have been many significant protests to have gathered on unceded Gadigal land, amongst the colonial statues...

A15 Sydney Targets Weapons Supplier Thales, as Governments Continue to Support Israel’s Genocide

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Three pro-Palestinian activists locked on at the front entrance of the Rydalmere site of weapons manufacturing company Thales early Monday morning, to shut down its operations in an effort to harm the global supply chain that’s providing weapons to the...

Albanese Is Turning Australia into a Nuclear Waste Dump: Interview with Senator Shoebridge

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The AUKUS debacle is an issue that never stops giving. And from the time former prime minister Scott Morrison dropped the arrangement on us in September 2021, the agreement between the US, the UK and Australia has had something of...

Federal Government Placates Religious Zealots to the Detriment of LGBTQ Students

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Archconservative PM Anthony Albanese is continuing to do his utmost to out nasty his predecessors by following the conservative handbook originally written by them, as the Labor leader shirks on promised reforms to laws discriminating against LGBTQ students and teachers...

Prosecuting the Global North Over Gaza Continues, as Germany Faces Genocide Complicity

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To have South Africa haul up Israel in the International Court of Justice was a seismic shift in the manner in which the world order operates, as prior to the Global South nation filing the genocide case against Israel, such...

NSW Government Targets First Nations Youth Through Toughened Bail Regime

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“Just recently, the Minns government announced its intention to toughen bail laws in a targeted response to incriminate Aboriginal youth,” Wiradjuri Badu Island academic Lynda-June Coe asserted as she addressed the 31 March Gadigal-Sydney weekly rally calling for an end...
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