In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Parramatta Police Crack Down on ‘Anti Social Behaviour’
Chomsky on the Plight of Assange: “The Complicity of Many Governments”
Freedom of Information in NSW: The GIPA Laws
FOI laws seek “to maintain and advance a system of responsible and representative democratic government that is open, accountable, fair and effective”.
Has Daniel Andrews Effectively Handled the COVID Situation?
The Incarcerated Trans and Gender Diverse Community Fund: A Chat With Witt Gorrie
Calls for a Murdoch Royal Commission: “A Cancer on Our Democracy”, Says Rudd
Boycott Israeli Apartheid: An Interview With BDS Australia’s Nasser Mashni
Running the PM Out of Brisbane: An Interview With Refugee Solidarity Meanjin
Refugee rights activists have escalated their campaign against indefinite detention.
NSW Police Officer Found Guilty of Common Assault
The Law, Defences and Penalties for the Offence of Aggravated Sexual Assault in NSW
Morrison to Further Enhance Military Deployment Capabilities for “Civil Emergences”
The government has quietly introduced laws allowing defence reservists to be called out to domestic incidents.
Don Dunstan: A Past Beacon of Light in a Barren Political Landscape
Violence Against Protesters Was Unprovoked: An Interview With USYD Law Professor Simon Rice
Officers pushed the Law Professor to the ground, arrested, took him into custody and fined him because he was observing a protest at Sydney University.
Freedom Protests or “Shameful” and “Selfish” Conduct? Police and Protesters Clash in Victoria
A “Shadow Pandemic”: COVID Leads to Rise in Domestic Violence Offences
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