In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
NSW Premier’s Office Acted Illegally, But Won’t be Prosecuted
The investigation found the premier’s office illegally shredded documents relating to $252 million in grants, but charges are unlikely to be laid.
Berejiklian Illegally Shredded Documents Detailing Pork Barrelling, Report Finds
Free Them All: The Government Is Finally Releasing the Medevac Detainees
Covid-19 Vaccine Approved, But Questions Remain as to Safety and Effectiveness
“Who Celebrates Genocide?”: An Interview With FISTT’s Gwenda Stanley
What is a Contempt of Court?
A man is suing the judge who committed a ‘gross miscarriage of justice’ by sending him to prison for contempt of court in a family law case.
The Threat of Climate-Caused Societal Collapse: An Interview With ANU Professor Will Steffen
The Invasion Day Rally Was About Much More Than Changing the Date
Camera Phones Are the “Single Best” Tool for Police Accountability
COVID-19 and the Global Shift Towards Authoritarian Governance
“A public health emergency does not… give license to governments to cast aside their obligations to uphold fundamental rights and liberties.”
Former School Principal Faces 74 Child Sexual Abuse Charges
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