In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Police Press Charges Over Parking Spot Punch-up
Two men are facing charges for allegedly assaulting and injuring a driver during an argument over a parking space.
AFP Admits Accessing Metadata of Australians 20,000 Times in a Year
The laws were meant to protect against terrorists, but are actually being used to target those who are critical of the government.
New Laws for Rehoming Pets in New South Wales
There are concerns new rules for selling and giving away dogs and cats will lead to more being abandoned.
Cybercrime and computer offences in NSW
Online bullying, harassment and identity theft has caused irreparable harm to many, even leading young people to suicide.
Extinction Rebellion Activist Imprisoned Over Non-Custodial Offence
Protester Eric Herbert was arrested, fined and imprisoned for standing up for his beliefs.
NSW Police Are Using Strip Searches to Intimidate
The coronial inquest heard that police threatened to make a strip-search “nice and slow” unless the woman confessed to possessing drugs, when she had none.
What are the Penalties for Tax Fraud in Australia?
A Christian family who refused to pay tax because it is ‘against God’s will’ has been ordered to pay over $2.3 million in back taxes, administrative costs and interest.
Legalise Drugs to Reduce Violent Crime: An Interview With LEAP’s Greg Denham
A former police senior sergeant explains why he is calling for the legalisation of all illicit drugs.
Elderly Man Charged with Committing a Sexual Act During a Ferry Ride
A 70-year old man will face court over allegations that he committed a sexual act while travelling on a Sydney ferry.
NSW Government Risks More Lives by Rejecting Harm Reduction
As another music festival kicks off, our premier continues her hardline stance against measures that have proven to save lives.
Pill Testing Saves Lives, Heavy Policing Takes Them
The NSW coronial inquest into festival deaths has raised concerns that heavy policing is leading to dangerous drug-taking behaviour such as ‘pre-loading’ and ‘loading up’.
Recognition Is a Diversion From Treaty: An Interview With Lidia Thorpe
Many First Nations people assert that the way forward is a treaty, not just constitutional recognition.
It’s Time to End Morrison’s Religious Privilege Crusade
The federal government is broadening laws which allow discrimination against LGBTIQ people.
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