In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Drivers Face Fines for ‘Normal’ Passenger Behaviour
Drivers, make sure your passengers keep their devices hidden and that they don’t get too comfortable!
NSW District Court Judge Slams Brutal Police
The judge made clear there was no excuse for the officers to repeatedly punch and kick the man while he was huddled on the ground.
Stockpiled Firearms are a Magnet for Thieves
There are calls for a 5-firearms-per-person limit on gun ownership.
The Egging of Scott Morrison: A Case of Common Assault
A woman has been charged with common assault for throwing an egg at the Prime Minister.
Julian Assange, the AFP Raids, and the Crime of Dissent
The imprisonment of Julian Assange and the recent AFP raids are examples of western governments criminalising those who publish material that is critical of them.
In the Public Interest: An Interview With Former Military Lawyer David McBride
An interview with the man who faces criminal charges for exposing war crimes allegedly committed by Australian soldiers.
Police Power More Present than Ever at Nimbin Mardi Grass Festival
The NSW Police Force ensured its presence was felt more than ever at this year’s annual Mardi Grass Festival.
“The Weakest Link”: Australia Providing Assistance and Access to the Five Eyes
Peter Dutton has introduced legislation so broad that all Five Eyes nations will be able to legally monitor the internet usage of Australians.
Preventing Aboriginal Child Removals: An Interview With Nelly’s Healing Centre’s Helen Eason
Nelly’s Healing Centre will be offering programs to Aboriginal women at risk of having their children removed.
Iran, the Gulf of Oman and the US False Flag Predilection
The Unites States appears to be making false accusations against Iran to justify future military action.
The Impact of the First Nations Suicide Crisis Up-Close
Family members affected by the First Nations suicide crisis speak about the devastating impact.
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