In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Towards Torres Strait Autonomy: An Interview With GBK’s Ned David
There are calls for locals to have greater autonomy over their lands.
Domestic Violence Murders Double in New South Wales
Domestic violence-related murders have doubled in our state over the past year.
The Crime of Attempted Murder in New South Wales
28-year old George Dean avoided the wrath of “the hanging judge” after being found guilty of administering arsenic and strychnine to his wife.
Cannabis and Driving: The Unfairness of NSW Drug Driving Laws
THC remains in the system long after the effects have worn off, which can lead to unaffected drivers facing criminal charges.
Law Firm Boss Ordered to Pay for Sexually Harassing Employee
The principal of a law firm has been ordered to pay damages for sexually harassing his former employed solicitor.
The Impact of Police Strip Searches on Kids And Sexual Abuse Victims
Police are interfering with an ever-increasing number of innocent people through strip searches, which can be especially traumatic for children and sexual abuse victims.
Government Reach Is Too Pervasive: An Interview With Electronic Frontiers Australia’s Angus Murray
The recent raids by federal police emphasise the need for the legal protection of human rights in Australia.
Exposing the Far-Right in Australia: An Interview With the White Rose Society
“We’re currently a nation without any ambition or vision for who we want to be both nationally and internationally. There’s very little policy offering hope or economic equality.”
Mother of ‘Incest Family’ Granted Bail
The mother of a family accused of committing incest and child sexual assault has been granted bail.
Silencing Dissent: Government Demonises and Targets Animal Welfare Activists
The federal government has labelled animal welfare activists ‘agri-terrorists’ and is fast-tracking laws that impose prison sentences for those who expose factory farms.
Welcome to 1984: The Government’s Relentless Assault on Democracy
Australia has become a country where whistleblowers and journalists are targeted for exposing misconduct by the government and its departments.
Cannabis Legalisation Is Creeping Closer for Canberra
Possessing cannabis is likely to soon be legal in our nation’s capital.
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