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In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
A woman charged with using the identities of real people to facilitate a multi-million dollar fraud has died after being hit by a bus.
A council is adopting dozens of gender-neutral terms, replacing ‘manhole’ with ‘maintenance hole’ and ‘manpower’ with ‘human effort’.
Breaking, entering and committing a serious indictable offence is a frequently prosecuted crime in the NSW courts.
The recent riot at Baxter Juvenile Detention Centre exposes deep-seated problems in our state’s juvenile justice system.
“This would be one of the easiest drugs busts that NSW Police has every made”.
Many of the best criminal defence lawyers in New South Wales are refusing to accept legal aid cases because the rates are not financially viable.
Police are gloating about seizing a ‘record amount’ of drugs and making a record number of arrests at the recent Spendour in the Grass music festival.
The project assists First Nations people at risk of being evicted or having a child removed.
The home affairs minister’s submission to the NSW drug inquiry uses the same old, disproven rhetoric that decriminalisation leads to increased use and harm.
Murri activist Ken Canning believes the government has swung so far to the right that entering into a treaty with it would be counterproductive.
The Berejiklian government has joined the commonwealth in passing laws that criminalise animal rights activists, describing them as “domestic terrorists” and “vegan vigilantes”.
A senior biology teacher at an exclusive Sydney school is facing 11 charges of having sexual intercourse with a student.
The ATO is pushing for further exceptions to laws which prevent lawyers from disclosing information about their clients.
The federal government plans to roll out nationwide CCTV facial recognition technology, despite its proven flaws.
A former senior executive of Channel 7 has been granted bail after being charged with misappropriating $8 million over 14 years.
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