In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
NSW Police Officer Found Guilty of Perjury
A police officer who lied in court to support false sexual assault claims by his partner has been found guilty of perjury.
UK Offers US Assange on a Platter, as PM Washes His Hands Sealing the Australian’s Fate
Our government continues to look on as the UK prepares to extradite the award-winning Australian journalist to the US to face life behind bars for exposing the truth.
The Law, Defences and Penalties for Shoplifting in New South Wales
Operation Lightfingers led to the arrest of 84 alleged shoplifters in the Sydney CBD and Eastern suburbs.
Grassroots Opposition to the AUKUS Pact and War on China Is Mounting
“We hope to see the biggest coalition of trade unions come together to oppose this drive to war”.
Is it Legal for Businesses to Refuse Entry Based on Vaccination Status?
Yet Another Supreme Court Challenge Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Has Failed
Sydney Christian School Faces Fresh Allegations of Child Sexual Assault
The former Headmaster of Trinity Grammar School is accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year old boy in a change room.
The Offence of Supplying a Commercial Quantity of Prohibited Drugs in New South Wales
A 26-year old Bondi socialite has been sentenced to three years and ten months in prison after pleading guilty to supplying a commercial quantity of cocaine.
Voluntary Assisted Dying Likely to Pass in NSW, Says Dying With Dignity’s Shayne Higson
The Latest COVID-19 Rules in New South Wales
COVID-19 Restrictions Cause Unprecedented Court Delays
Doctors Warn Assange’s Health Can’t Take Anymore AUKUS-Sanctioned Torture
NSW Venues Divided Over Whether to Allow Access to Unvaccinated Persons
How the Overturning of the US Right to Abortion Could Bode for Australia
Morrison Legislates to Enhance the Mass Deportation of Residents
Rights Infringements Are Likely to Worsen in an Era of Mounting Crises
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