In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Court Dismisses Application to Halt Brittany Higgins Sexual Assault Trial
The defendant’s application for a permanent stay of proceedings due to adverse publicity was refused.
“A Lack of Teachers”: That’s Why NSW Educators Are Striking on Wednesday
“[U]ncompetitive salaries and unsustainable workloads” are causing staff shortages and impacting on the quality of education.
Chris Dawson to Face Judge-Alone Trial for the Alleged Murder of his Wife
NSW Youth Koori Court Keeps First Nations Youth Out of Prison, Reports Finds
Those who come before the court are less likely to reoffend.
When Can Police Shoot to Kill?
The shooting of a young Indigenous man who was holding a spear has raised questions about when police are allowed to use deadly force.
Out of Increasing Discontent in Government, Dawns the Hope for Liberties Forged
A growing number of Australians are turning to minor parties and independents to bring back our freedoms and legal safeguards.
Protecting the Pristine Takayna/Tarkine: An Interview With Bob Brown Foundation’s Scott Jordan
“We Have a Conservative Anti-Protest Consensus in Politics”, Says Legal Observers NSW’s Anastasia
NSW Regional Health Crisis: Emergency Rooms Without Doctors, Cooks Caring for Patients, Systemic Misdiagnoses and Critical Errors
The War Against First Nations Hasn’t Ended, It’s Just Become More Subtle
Many Australians state “[t]hat was 200 years ago. It’s not my fault” while at the same time commemorating intergenerational events such as Anzac Day and ignoring that the oppression of First Nations people continues to this very day.
Rights-Based NGO Rates Political Parties on Trade Justice
Disturbing New Crime Trend Goes Viral on Social Media
Police Officer Sent to Prison Over Fatal Collision
The Link Between Rising Authoritarianism and the Protection of Big Business
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