In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Drug Supply Prohibition Orders: Targeting Those Who Have ‘Served Their Time’
NSW police are being given the power to arbitrarily stop, search and detain people who have served their time for drug offences, as well as search their cars and homes.
Drunk Probationary Cop Assaults Terrified Woman While Waving Badge
The incident has many questioning how such people are allowed to become police officers in the first place.
The Offence of Disseminating, Possessing or Producing Child Abuse Material
The AFP has charged 44 men with child abuse material offences, as part of an international investigation into a worldwide child sexual exploitation network.
The Offence of Cultivating a Prohibited Plant in New South Wales
When Can a Jury Be Discharged in New South Wales?
A jury presiding over the trial of a swimming instructor charged with child sexual assault has been discharged.
Calls to Ban NSW Police From Participating in Mardi Gras
“The Government Has Shown No Mercy”: Dane de Leon on a KP120 Refugee Suicide Attempt
Refugee Saif Ali Saif attempted to take his own life, after watching his wife and child for a year from detention in a hotel room became too much for him.
Black Lives Matter Triumphs Over the Attempts to Suppress Dissent
“We have an opportunity right now to demand change – to demand the change that… [First Nations] people have been fighting for.”
NSW Premier’s Office Accused of Corruption
What are the Powers of Citizens’ Arrest in New South Wales?
Supporting Refugees Made Destitute by Dutton: An Interview With BMRSG’s Brendan Doyle
A Victory for the People: Bolivia Reinstates Indigenous-Based Democracy
“A Massive Victory”: Democracy Is Essential’s Eleanor Morley on Lifting the Protest Ban
Legalising Cannabis Would Assist Australia Out of Its Deep Recession
Should a Regulated Cannabis Market be Introduced in Australia?
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