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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.

Senator Thorpe Introduces Bill to Facilitate the Prosecution of Genocide Domestically

Right now, those opposing the Albanese government’s support of Israel in its military assault on the 2.3 million Palestinians trapped in the 41 kilometre long and at its widest 12 kilometre wide walled-in Gaza Strip, are discussing the potential for...

Wage Peace Activist Margaret Pestorius on Police Framing Antiwar Actions as Violence

The Queensland Police Service announced on 23 January that officers from its Counterterrorism Investigation Group had executed multiple warrants at Brisbane residences, in relation to protest actions that took place in Tingalpa and that capital city earlier in the month. According...

The Hickey Family Continue to Demand Justice for TJ, 20 Years On

Protesters gathered at TJ Hickey Park at Waterloo Green amongst the public housing towers on 14 February, to mark the 20th anniversary of the death of a 17-year-old Gomeroi boy, whose name the park now bears, as he lost his life...

NSW Government is Fine with Placing Young Lives at Risk This Mardi Gras

The use of condoms and greater access to them was a prominent issue in 1980s Australia, as the HIV/AIDS epidemic was worsening, as was the need for clean needles and syringes for people who inject drugs, which again had the aim of...

Criminal Charges Against Cannabis Campaigners Dropped, Despite Police Attempts to Convict

Cannabis legalisation campaign Who Are We Hurting activists, Alec Zammit and Will Stolk projected dancing cannabis leaves onto the Sydney Opera House at 4.20 am on 20 April 2022, as a cheeky stunt, much like others they’ve conducted in the past,...

Truth Is Misinformation: Wong-Albanese Doublespeak on Gaza

On the second sitting day of federal parliament this year, Greens MP Adam Bandt moved a motion calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. And with the death toll of the Israeli-perpetrated massacre then at more than 27,000 Palestinians,...

Restore UNRWA Funding: Photos of 18th Gadigal-Sydney Rally Against Gaza Genocide

A key theme to this week’s Stop the Genocide in Gaza rally, meeting for the 18th week in a row, had a focus on restoring UNRWA funding, as mass starvation has commenced in the Gaza Strip, along with the mass slaughter,...

AFP Radicalise Troubled Autistic Child Then Charge Him With Terrorism Offences

The Victorian Children’s Court heard last October that, after his parents attended a Victoria police station in April 2021 seeking assistance, a 13-year-old autistic boy, who’d developed an obsession with the Islamic State, was radicalised by law enforcement and entrapped into...

Is Chris Minns Going to Ban Gay Conversion or Not? Or Is He Attempting to Do Both?

New South Wales premier Chris Minns prioritised the establishment of a multifaith council charged with providing advice to government on policy affecting faith groups. And having had its first meeting in November 2023, the influence of the NSW Faith Affairs Council...

As Morrison Cosies Up to Former CIA Chief, It’s Clear Assange Never Stood a Chance

Former PM Scott Morrison announced on 23 January that he’s leaving federal politics this month for bloodier pastures, and as the news of his future endeavours came to light, the details reinforced the fact that there’s no need for dystopian fiction...
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