Crime
A Liberal history of irresponsible economics

How much better will the economy be under Morrison and Frydenberg?  
Federal ICAC must investigate Timor-Leste spying scandal

Law reform and investigations into cases such as the Timor-Leste spy scandal are long overdue.  
Australia's treatment of whistleblowers will be its damnation

Deception, exploitation and cover-up are messages Australia is sending to our foreign neighbour ...  
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Frydenberg’s law breaking regulator helped dismantle coal laws

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is responsible for dismantling laws that maintain accountability in the ...  
Assange legal team announces 'fresh developments' at court hearing

Julian Assange’s legal team announced “serious submissions” would be made to the UK Home ...  
Josh Frydenberg's dog act

Guide Dogs Victoria appears to have broken federal law with its CEO heavily advocating Josh ...  
Teachers stalk students in 'sex for grades' swap

There is a desperate need for women and girls in Mozambique to realise their rights — teachers ...  
Australians should consider abolishing the police

Abolishing the police is a topic Australians should explore, writes Sylvia Aramchek.  
Aged care child rape scandal spreads to Uniting Church

The Uniting Church – like the Anglican Church – has been using its taxpayer-funded aged care ...  
Labor's talk is strong, but FIN is the best choice to end corruption

As sausages across Australia get ready for their big day out, voters face a stark choice — Scomo ...  
Julian Assange's family tirelessly advocate for his freedom

The fight for Julian Assange's freedom goes on in the face of Western intransigence, writes Dr ...  
Anglican Church uses aged care funds to cover child abuse bill

The Anglican Church is using millions of dollars for aged care services to cover historic child ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Legal tools — yet more plagiarism from Dominique Grubisa

IA finds more examples of Dominique Grubisa blatantly plagiarising legal works — these ones ...  
Rotten rulings — Julian Assange's extradition appeal denied

Continuing his uphill legal battle, Julian Assange has been denied U.S. extradition appeal as his ...  
Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne on bail, awaits third trial in NSW

Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne has had his sexual assault appeal allowed and has also been released ...  
Frydenberg's ASIC squeezes $1 billion profit from the public

ASIC delivered the Government a record $1 billion profit last financial year, with small business ...  
Women's efforts to stop men's violence are failing

More needs to be done in stopping men from acting out violence against women, rather than focusing ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Law Society and AFP ignore Grubisa's Family Court trawls

The Family Court referred Grubisa’s conduct in trawling their lists to the NSW Law Society and ...  

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