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Murdoch cops multiple maulings by media monitor

More than 60% of recent complaints upheld by the Australian Press Council were against Rupert ...  
EXCLUSIVE: ABC staff asked for ID in 'secret' pay-freeze ballot

ABC staff members are being required to disclose their staff ID numbers as part of a compulsory ...  
America could be heading towards a second Civil War

With the U.S. Election approaching, President Trump seems to be agitating his country into a ...  
How the courts are dealing with domestic violence cases during COVID-19

The court system has been affected by social distancing rules brought on by the pandemic, with ...  
Rupert Murdoch Googles opening up a Facebook account

Assisted by the Morrison Government and the ACCC, News Corp is fighting Facebook and Google.  
Assange hearing starts as celebrities join the activists in support

Many are showing support for Julian Assange during his extradition hearing and uniting in the ...  
JOHN PILGER: Julian Assange's Stalinist trial mocks democracy

John Pilger gave this address outside the Central Criminal Court in London on September 7 as ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: Sukkar catches an even break

Despite branch stacking allegations, Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar has avoided Labor's wrath ...  
Russia involved in Trump campaign — again

Despite a bipartisan report concluding that Russia is again intervening in a U.S. election, Trump ...  
Australia's trend toward Dutton-style government power

Peter Dutton's powerful base for exercising control over his fellow Australians appears unchall ...  
Assange's detention violates international law: Australia must intervene

On the 7th of September, Julian Assange is scheduled to appear in a British court for several ...  
No Sukkar for Labor over Liberal branch stacking revelations

Remember when branch stacking was the biggest scandal in Australian politics?  
Flint water crisis results in US$600 million settlement

The state of Michigan has paid a large settlement to victims of lead poisoning from the water ...  
Renewable energy industry runs roughshod over forests

An environmental activist with more than four decades of service has called out the NSW Government ...  
How your donated clothes end up in Fijian superstores

Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders are donating “good used clothing” to a secondhand ...  
There is a better approach to recreational drugs

Regulating recreational drugs would provide benefits in relation to health, crime and the econo ...  
The rise of police power due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has made work for the police force even more difficult and dangerous than ...  
Real Estate Rescue's Dominique Grubisa: The dame selling distress

Preying on property owners in financial distress is a growth industry — but even these pred ...  

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