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Christchurch shooter's obsession with white supremacist war criminals

Is there a connection between the Christchurch shooter's white-supremacist "manifesto" and a sub ...  
AAT immigration rulings suggest extreme Coalition bias

While a murderer was granted a visa back into the country by the L-NP's handpicked AAT, Nauroze ...  
The gaoling of Cardinal George Pell

Disgraced Cardinal George Pell has been given his sentence in the case of child sex abuse, with ...  
Defending Pell: Father Brennan and his Catholic Church have learnt nothing

Brennan’s position on the Pell case is a staggering admission that the Catholic Church has ...  
A day of celebration: The Human Rights Act

The passage of the Human Rights Act strengthens democracy and the accountability of governments. ...  
Change the rules: Tipping the scales in favour of workers' rights

Current industrial relations laws are too restrictive for workers. A swift and substantive change ...  
Cardinal George Pell: The ice cream rapist

Contributing editor-at-large Tess Lawrence tries to find reasons behind Robert Richter's trivia ...  
Howard and Abbott's abhorrent defence of Pell

Abbott and Howard's defence of Pell lays bare their fundamental values as ruthless defenders ...  
Those saying Cardinal Pell is not guilty need to understand how criminal law works

After George Pell's conviction, a few voices were heard in the media in his defence. Peter Kemp ...  
The conviction and fall of Cardinal George Pell

Despite protesting his innocence, Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of sexually abusing ...  
Environmental protection is no simple matter

Complex legal terminology and ignorance by the mainstream media is making environmental protection ...  
Cardinal George Pell found guilty

A jury found Cardinal George Pell guilty of child sexual abuse in December last year.  
Is the Morrison Government corrupt?

Dr Martin Hirst reports on an alarming trend of secrecy, obfuscation and duplicity in federal ...  
The illegal bugging of the Timor Leste Cabinet

Australians reading about secret trials in foreign countries tend to content themselves in the ...  
Banking Royal Commission: The work has only just begun

Even if all the 76 recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission were to be implemented, not ...  
Economy, corruption and democracy, Coalition style

Three recent reports on government corruption, economic freedom and global citizenship deliver ...  
A.C.T. set to legalise cannabis

The A.C.T. Parliament is set to debate and most likely pass a Bill to legalise cannabis.  
Banking RC Report: The banks have learned how to rort the system

The Banking RC Report marginalises small business borrowers, effectively calling them sore ...