In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
In What Circumstances Can Police Obtain a Search Warrant in NSW?
Unfinished Business: Invasion Day 2024 in Photos
“There is unfinished business. This is about land rights, restitution, justice and liberation”.
World Court Rules Genocide Charge Against Israel Plausible, Yet Australia Cuts Aid to Gaza
The International Court of Justice ordered Israel to cease genocidal acts and allow aid into Gaza.
The Offence of Unlawfully Possessing a Prescribed Restricted Substance in NSW
Speeding Offences In NSW: What Is the Speed Limit If There Are No Signs?
Melbourne Nazis Reveal Tougher Police Powers in Sydney as Officers Issue Them a Public Safety Order
The Rules Relating to Signalling on New South Wales Roads
Roger Rogerson: Decorated NSW Police Officer and Cold-Blooded Killer
Calls For Greater Scrutiny Of ‘Mr Big’ Police Operations in Australia
What are the Rules for Learner Drivers in New South Wales?
A rundown of the rules that apply to L-Platers in our state.
As the Genocide Continues, So Too, Do the Demonstrators on Gadigal: 16th Sydney Rally in Pics
Sydney has rallied for a sixteenth week in the wake of the International Criminal Court’s preliminary ruling on the genocide in Gaza.
Every Police Shooting, Nothing Happens, Regardless: Darren Gilbert on the Killing of His Son
“[N]othing ever happens to the police, regardless of what happened or what they did.”
Pleading Guilty in the NSW Local Court: Preparation, Practice and Procedure
A guide on what occurs if someone is pleading guilty, as well as the material that should be prepared for court.
Are ‘Pretext Calls’ Admissible in Sexual Assault Cases?
The jury in the sexual assault trial of former Wallaby Kurtley Beale heard a call during which the complainant attempted to elicit an admission.
“Under Threat of Police Brutality”: An Interview with the Port Melbourne ZIM Ship Community Picket
Police officers used heavy-handed tactics against pro-Palestinian protesters in Melbourne.
ACT to Protect the Right to a Healthy Environment, Due to Climate, Pollution and Biodiversity Loss
“Incorporating the right to a healthy environment will ensure that environmental and climate impacts are given proper consideration.”
What Happens If I Breach Bail in New South Wales?
A Sydney real estate agent was arrested and brought before court after attacking two women with a samurai sword while on bail.
Shoebridge Confirms Arms to Israel, Despite Wong’s Orwellian “Ministry of Truth” Approach
Producing Child Abuse Material Using AI Can Amount to a Criminal Offence
Channel 9 made international headlines this week after publishing an AI-generated image.
What Happens if I Breach an Apprehended Violence Order in New South Wales?
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