In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
NSW Government Backflips on Speed Camera Warning Signs
Speed camera warning signs are set to be reintroduced after a public backlash against their removal.
Sentence Reduced as Judge Overstated the Objective Seriousness of the Offence
A man convicted of manslaughter had his sentence reduced on appeal because the sentencing judge incorrectly categorised his conduct at the “highest end of culpability”.
NSW Set to Criminalise Coercive Control
Our state will soon criminalise the use of unacceptable levels of control in personal relationships.
Imagining Prison Abolition Is Not Difficult, Says Sisters Inside’s Debbie Kilroy
US Votes Against UN Adopted Anti-Nazi Resolution, While Australia Abstains
Calls to Legalise eScooters and to Increase Power and Speed Caps for eBikes in NSW
The Queen Is “Completely Anathema” to Australia: CLA’s Bill Rowlings on a Republic
Road Fatalities on the Rise Despite COVID Lockdowns
Demerge Mega-Councils: An Interview With Residents for Deamalgamation’s Andrew Chuter
Have Yourself a Very Perrottet Christmas
The Impact of Family Court Decisions on the Christmas Holidays
NZ and US Pass Laws to Reduce Smoking Harms, While Australia Makes it Harder to Quit
The Doctrine of Discovery: The Church Legalised the European Colonial Project
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