In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
NSW Supreme Court Will Decide How Bushfire Donations Are Distributed
Not a cent of the $51 million raised through Aussie Comedian Celeste Barber’s bushfire appeal has been distributed, due to a dispute over who the money should go.
The Offence of Peeping or Prying in New South Wales
A man was sentenced in Manly Local Court for peering into a 13-year old girl’s bedroom window.
Former Police Officer Faces Over 100 Sexual Charges
The 50-year old is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting several women while he was a serving police officer.
The Offence of Aggravated Unlawful Entry on Inclosed Lands in NSW
The penalties for unlawfully entering inclosed lands have been increased in order to deter mining protesters and animal rights activists.
How Do I Tell My Family I’ve Been Charged With a Crime?
Your family can be a pillar of support through difficult times.
Should Politicians Be Personally Liable for Acting Unlawfully?
The former sports minister could be personally liable for allocating $100 million of taxpayer funds without lawful authority.
Good People Break Bad Laws: Rough Sleepers
People who can’t afford a place to live are being criminalised by default.
The Great Aussie Shit Fight Over Toilet Paper
A man has been tasered and two women are facing court over toilet paper disputes.