In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Pro-Palestinians Praise South Africa as Sydney Rallies for the 14th Week: In Photos
Albanese Involves Australia in Yet Another Military Attack on a Foreign Nation
How Can I Check if I Have a Criminal Record?
The Offence of Engaging in Legal Practice Without Being Admitted as a Lawyer
Dan Duggan Won’t Be Released During US Attempts to Extradite Him, Despite Not Having Been Charged
“For the first eight months of his incarceration, [the Australian Citizen] was not even allowed outside to exercise and was not made aware of the allegations against him for more than 60 days”.
“Uncle Rob is Right. Israel, Australia: What is the Difference?”: Senator Lidia Thorpe on Gaza
“It’s a live genocide in front of the world’s eyes… and it doesn’t seem like too many governments… in particular ours, are doing much about it at this point in time.”
March on Invasion Day for First Nations Justice: An Interview With Dunghutti Activist Paul Silva
How to Deposit Bail Money in New South Wales
How To Get Out Of a Paying a Parking Fine in New South Wales
Can Police Track Your Location From a Phone Call? Phone Tracking and Tracing in Australia
Is Vaping a Criminal Offence in New South Wales?
The Rules Relating to Police Interviews in New South Wales
An arrested person has the right to refuse being interviewed and should almost always exercise that right.
The Majors to Crackdown on Internet Freedoms, as Mainstream Disinformation Peaks
What are Squatters’ Rights? The Law on ‘Adverse Possession’ in Australia
A person who lives continuously in another’s vacant or abandoned premises may eventually claim ownership.
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