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The court heard that a sex worker was directed to “put up with” being spat on and hit by clients, in order to repay a $45,000 debt.
The social media giant has been criticised for allowing the spread of disinformation with the potential to sway voters in our upcoming federal election.
A summary of the rules when it comes to crossing the road.
New research by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research suggests that an increase in police numbers does not lead to a reduction in crime.
There is a push for greater recognition of the wars between First Nations people and British invaders, which raged across the nation until the 1930s.
Gallipoli was a futile battle primarily involving those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, carrying out the orders of imperialist forces.
A mother with three young children in the car accumulated 28 demerit points in one hit.
The officer faces a fine after failing to act on a complaint against a convicted sexual offender, who allegedly sexually assaulted a seven-year old girl shortly after the complaint was made.
The Manus Freedom Flotilla aims to raise awareness about human rights abuses in offshore detention centres and West Papua, as well as the perils of climate change.
The government is seeking to strengthen the ‘character test’, so visa holders convicted of a crime punishable by at least two years in prison face deportation.
The power of protest is being used across the globe to bring attention to ecological issues, with a view to effecting real change.
The decision about whether to criminalise a drug has little to do with how harmful it is.
The Australian government washed its hands of Julian Assange once he became a target for exposing “the homicidal way America conducts its colonial wars”.
The NSW Supreme Court ruled that answers given during a police interview were inadmissible because the suspect had repeatedly stated his desire to remain silent.
A 55-year old mother-of-five died from an injury she sustained after being arrested for public drunkenness.
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