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Morrison Created the Immigration Minister’s “God-Like Powers” When He Held Office

by Paul Gregoire
The deportation of the world’s number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic, on the spurious ground that he had the potential to provoke antivaxx sentiment, rather than any stated mission to do so, was political theatre par excellence, as the PM,...

The Djokovic Saga: Another Example of Australian Authoritarianism at Work

by Sonia Hickey
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be well aware that Novak Djokovic lost his fight to stay in Australia and compete in the Australian Open, and has now left the country. Initial application Mr Djokovic’s initial application before...

Rapid Antigen Tests: Unavailable or Overpriced

by Sonia Hickey
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is investigating reports of ‘outrageous’ prices being charged for Rapid-Antigen Tests.  Concerningly, the consumer watchdog says it has received as many as 150 reports a day from consumers about excessive pricing of the...

Hillsong Church Gets Off ‘Scott’ Free

by Sonia Hickey
The New South Wales Police Force has spent the best part of the past two years handing out fines and even arresting and prosecuting ordinary working Australians for failing to comply with public health orders, but in the past week,...

The Coalition Attacks the Public Health by Cover of COVID Authoritarianism

by Paul Gregoire
When the NSW premier wants to remove COVID measures designed to preserve the public health, such as masks requirements, it’s all about “personal responsibility”. But, when it comes to reporting results from non-existent rapid antigen tests, suddenly Dominic Perrottet doesn’t...

The Djokovic Saga: A Convenient Distraction for the Government

by Sonia Hickey
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has exercised his ministerial powers to revoke Novak Djokovic’s visa, meaning the world’s best tennis player could be deported and miss the Australian Open if his latest legal challenged, scheduled for hearing in the Federal Court...

New COVID Rules for the District Court of New South Wales

by Sonia Hickey
The District Court of New South Wales has published its latest memorandum which outlines the new rules effective from 12 January 2021, which aim to limit the transmission of COVID-19. Jury Trials While jury trials have recommenced in the District...

Djokovic Detained With Refugees and Visa Revoked to Make Tough Border Statement

by Paul Gregoire
The Novak Djokovic saga raises a lot of questions. The initial one being, would the Morrison government have locked up the world number one tennis champion if he’d been a citizen from a predominantly white English-speaking country? Then there’s, why,...

Premier Domicron Destroys the Economy, Along With the Public Health

by Paul Gregoire
Viruses don’t adhere to political ideologies: this is the lesson newly-incumbent NSW premier Dominic Perrottet has been learning over the Christmas-New Year period. As he took the reins of the state following the demise of predecessor Gladys Berejikilian, Perrottet notoriously...

It is Now Compulsory to Report Positive Rapid Antigen Tests in NSW

by Sonia Hickey
From 12 January 2022, the new Covid-19 testing regime is in place across New South Wales – moving away from PCR (clinic) testing to Rapid-Antigen Tests (RATs) which can be done at home.  Residents who test positive for Covid-19 are...
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