In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Scott Morrison “Very Upset” About Alleged Sexual Assaults in Parliament
Three women have now come forward alleging the man sexually assaulted them.
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout a Step in the Right Direction?
Twenty people were arrested over the weekend while protesting the government’s rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
NSW Court of Criminal Appeal Court Reduces “Crushing” Sentence of Convicted Fraudster
The PM Can’t Empathise With Women, So It’s No Wonder the Culture is Toxic
Should the Identity of the Alleged Parliament House Sexual Assailant Be Made Public?
There is debate about whether the man’s name should be made public, despite the fact he has not been charged with a criminal offence.
The New Offence of Combined Drink and Drug Driving in New South Wales
The new laws increase the penalties for drink driving, where the presence of an illicit drug is detected.
Paltry ‘JobSeeker Raise’ Will Not Increase Employment or Help the Economy
The permanent raise of just $3.57 more than pre-COVID could make it harder for job seekers to find work and reduce desperately needed spending.
Australia’s Immigration Policy Is Unfairly Impacting NZ Citizens: An Interview With Oz Kiwi’s Joanne Cox
There are calls to restore arrangements which enable free movement between Australia and New Zealand without risk of deportation.
What Does the Law Say About Consent in Sexual Assault Cases?
NSW Greens Deliver Workable and Timely Cannabis Legalisation Bill
Alternate Mardi Gras to March on Oxford: An Interview With Pride in Protest’s Evan Van Zijl
Uncle Ray Jackson on Aboriginal “Murders by Neglect” in Custody
Uncle Ray Jackson’s 1996 speech about Aboriginals dying in custody due to neglect holds true to this day.
Coalition Refuses to Act Against the Threat of Far-Right Extremism
Murdoch and the Coalition will demonise Muslims, but the fact of the matter is that the real threat against Australians is by far-right extremism.
The Crime of Concealing a Serious Indictable Offence
The AFP has warned the Prime Minister about members of his party possibly concealing information relating to alleged sexual assaults.
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