In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Victoria to Decriminalise Public Drunkenness
The government announced the move just days before the inquest into the death of Tanya Day, who died as a result of a head injury sustained in a police cell.
Sydney Parents Avoid Prison for Child Neglect
Paying Cash? You Could End Up In Prison
Zoe’s Law: NSW Government Moves to Criminalise Foetal Homicide
The proposed laws would recognise unborn babies as separate entities, capable of being victims of criminals acts.
Morrison to Send Australian Troops to the Persian Gulf
Should Jurors be Informed of a Defendant’s Criminal Record?
Concerns have been raised about a proposal to inform jurors of a defendant’s criminal history.
What are the Mental Elements for Criminal Code Act Offences?
Revolution of Our Times: An Interview With Hong Kong Protester Silver Lee
Popular Aussie Holiday Destination to Monitor Your Every Move
“Do Not Forget Assange”: Calls to Bring the WikiLeaks Founder Home
The Australian citizen is being “[t]reated worse than a murderer… isolated, medicated and denied the tools to fight the bogus charges of a US extradition”.
Protecting the Kimberley: An Interview With Gooniyandi and Jabirr Jabirr Activist Ebony Hill
Ms Hill explains how “mining moguls with absolutely no humanitarian bone in them” are being allowed to destroy lands and jeopardise the communities around them.
“A Step Too Far”: Morrison Moves to Criminalise Cash Payments
Premier Placates Conservatives by Delaying Vote on Abortion Bill
“Prolonging this debate might placate conservative MPs for now, but the reality is those MPs will never vote for the bill in any form”.
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