In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
The Netflix Access Scam: How Did the Mastermind Do it?
Punishing, Silencing and Detaining the Innocent: An Interview With Refugee Farhad Rahmati
The ICAC and NSW Corruption Offences
Increase in Corruption Complaints Against Home Affairs is a Positive Sign, Watchdog Claims
First Nations Mobilising Was Overpoliced, Again, at Sydney’s Djab Wurrung Rally
The Nats Are Still Attempting to Kill Off Koalas: An Interview With Greens MLC Cate Faehrmann
NSW Police Officer Charged with Assaulting Teenager
The officer struck the naked teen 16 times with his baton as the boy lay on the ground pleading, “Help. Please, God, I need water. I’m not resisting”.
Systemic Bullying, Brutality and Cover-Ups: Officers Speak Out Against Toxic Police Culture
NSW police officers have spoken against the culture of rewarding ‘bad cops’ and forcing the good ones out.
“It’s Designed to Fail”: Geoffrey Watson SC on Morrison’s Federal ICAC Proposal
Teflon Gladys. Is it Time for the NSW Premier to Resign?
There are renewed calls for Ms Berejiklian to resign over findings her office shredded documents relating to $252 million of questionable government grants.
Refugees Call to Be Reunited With Their Families
The Offence of Wounding or Causing Grievous Bodily Harm With Intent in NSW
Why Is the Coalition So Reluctant to Establish a Federal Anti-Corruption Watchdog?
Join the Trans Day of Resistance in Newtown: Pride in Protest’s Charlie Murphy
Proposed laws represent an “incredibly sadistic and cruel way of trying to hurt and oppress minorities, at a time when they’re vulnerable.”
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