In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
When Does Conduct Relating to Prostitution Become a Crime?
What Would Jesus Have Thought About Morrison Government Policy?
NSW Magistrates and Judges Need to Rebuild Public Trust, Chief Justice Bathurst asserts
NSW Police Officer Accidentally Shoots Colleague
Post-Coup Myanmar Mobilises for Democracy. But There’s no Respite for the Rohingya
An Australian First: Prison Officer Charged With Manslaughter Over Aboriginal Custodial Death
A NSW prison guard has been charged with manslaughter over the shooting death of a 43-year-old Wiradjuri man.
Vote to Legalise Cannabis in the WA Election: An Interview With LCWA’s Leo Treasure
The Offence of Intimidating a Police Officer in New South Wales
Operating a Financial Services Business Without a Licence in Australia
The Racialised Violence of Settler Colonialism: An Interview With Deathscapes’ Joseph Pugliese
Should Police Publicly Name Persons Who Are Suspected of Criminal Offences?
Future Generations Will Condemn the Drug War: Reform Is Urgent and Inevitable
“The time has come when the abject failure of global drug prohibition can no longer be denied.”
David Shoebridge Runs for Federal Parliament on Platform of Social Justice
“[W]hether it’s tackling climate change, building a fairer society, protecting nature or delivering First Nations justice. I want to do that work, with you, in the federal parliament”.
The Fear of Terrorism Does Not Justify the Wholesale Removal of Citizens’ Rights
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