In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Police Allegedly Shot Dead an Unarmed Teen
It’s the first time an Australian police officer has been charged with murder over a First Nations death in custody since colonisation.
The Offence of Refusing to Leave a Licensed Premises in NSW
The Crime of Arson in New South Wales
Two youths have been charged with arson offences, as bushfires rage across the state.
NSW Serious Crime Prevention Orders Are Lawful, High Court Rules
The Great Dividing Range Between Morrison and the People
There is an ever-increasing disconnect between the views of our politicians and those of the populace.
Victims of Police Shooting to be Paid Over $2 Million
Sexual Assault Investigation into Julian Assange Dropped
Swedish prosecutors have formally closed the investigation, conceding the evidence against him is too weak.
Dance in Defiance: An Interview With Keep Sydney Open’s Tyson Koh
A mobile street protest will take place in Sydney at 2pm tomorrow to demand pill testing at music festivals.
Dumping and Punching: NSW Police Watchdog Investigates Brutality and Misconduct
The LECC has investigated a number of disturbing incidents of police brutality and other forms of misconduct.
Suspicious Circumstances: Mark Mason Was Outnumbered When Fatally Shot
A NSW police officer shot the First Nations man twice at close range, despite there being four nearby officers “who could quite easily have subdued” him.
Transphobic Barriers to DV Help: An Interview With LGBTIQ Voices for Change’s Jayke Burgess
A joint initiative seeks to raise awareness about domestic violence in LGBTIQ relationships.
Mob-Led Criminal Justice Diversion: An Interview With Deadly Connection’s Keenan Mundine
Keenan Mundine is using his experience with the criminal justice system to stop other First Nations people from going down the same path.
Man Bashes Heavily Pregnant Muslim Woman
He allegedly made derogatory comments about Muslims before punching the woman, who was wearing a hijab, more than a dozen times in the head and stomping on her after she fell to the floor.
US Backs Ousting of Democratically-Elected Bolivian President
The United States backed the removal of a leader who championed policies such as Indigenous rights and climate action, which the world superpower saw as against its own financial interests.
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