In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
The Offence of Littering in New South Wales
A teen who became famous for warning motorists of an unfair speed camera has been fined for littering after allegedly leaving his sign and some cans behind.
This Anzac Day, ADF Veterans Call on Government for War Powers Reform
Governments Fail Flood Victims
Providing desperately needed assistance to flood victims is low on the list of priorities for both the federal and state governments.
NSW Barrister Guilty of Contempt for Refusing to Cease Work When Directed
The Solomons: Australia Offered Fruit-Picking, While China Offers Economic Stability
Dangerous Driver Who Killed Pregnant Woman Wins Appeal
NSW Police Needs Greater Transparency Around Domestic Violence, Says DVNSW’s Renata Field
With a culture of toxic masculinity and several officers remaining on the force despite being convicted of domestic violence offences, it’s little wonder the public has lost confidence.
WA Poisoned First Nations With Agent Orange: An Interview With Ngikalikarra’s Dr Magali McDuffie
During the 70s and 80s, WA sent hundreds of First Nations men to spray Agent Orange without advising them it was a potential death sentence.
Julian to the Slaughter, as UK Moves Towards US Model of Killing Press Freedoms
The decision on whether to extradite the truth-teller is now in the hands of a UK politician who is pushing for laws to silence journalists.
SAS Soldier Allegedly Lies to Cover-Up for Ben Roberts-Smith
To “Preserve Peace Is to Prepare for War”, Declares War Minister Peter Dutton
Inmates Build Homes for Flood Victims
ATO Lets Down Hardworking Aussies
Wisened Up Quiet Australians Won’t Be Duped by Anti-Democratic Morrison This Time
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