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National Redress Scheme is the final insult

For all its good intentions, the National Redress Scheme doesn't come close to repairing the ...  
Heroes and villains emerge from the Trade Union Royal Commission

Of those involved in the Trade Union Royal Commission, some have triumphed whereas others have ...  
Vaping 'victory' is far from a win, just another LNP con

While it may appear the Government is working in favour of vape users, a closer look at their ...  
‘No one cares about us’: Lives of detainees in alternative places of detention

Hotels have become detention centres for many asylum seekers, each with their own problems and ...  
Moselmane, Liu, Chinese spies and AFP raids

China has become that most convenient of cartoon villains in primary school-style politics.  
Victory for Andrews Labor Government as anti-wage theft law is passed

The Andrews Government has had a victory in Victoria with the passing of new laws that will serve ...  
Scott Morrison's robodebt to society

Labor has joined the Greens' call for a royal commission into "robodebt" — an unlawful Morrison ...  
In the lead-up to Malawi’s election ‘re-run’, its Government is in free fall

Malawi's upcoming presidential election on 23 June will determine the nation's future and fortu ...  
Trump declares 'national emergency' to block ICC war crimes investigation

President Trump declared the International Criminal Court investigation into War Crimes in Afgh ...  
Without freedom of expression in courts, can justice be truly served?

When Indigenous Australians are being denied linguistic rights during incarceration, our court ...  
The Lynette Daley story: A failure in the justice system for Indigenous Australians

The plight of Indigenous Australians is demonstrated by the light sentencing of the two accused ...  
The Morrison Government's anti-democratic response to COVID-19

Looking at Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it would be easy ...  
Australia's George Floyd moment

In 2015, David Dungay Jnr died at Long Bay gaol. He was 26 years old, he was Indigenous, and he ...  
Brisbane Black Lives Matter rally a powerful statement in solidarity

Black Lives Matter demonstrations highlighting systemic racism took place across three continents ...  
Now is the time for Australia to finally face up to its demons

Racial tension overseas is serving as a wake-up call for other countries to recognise their own ...  
The crimes of 'robodebt'

The Government has refused to come to terms with the moral turpitude of its robodebt program ...  
High Court ruling on the Palace letters could bear explosive consequences

Much hangs on the opening of correspondence between Buckingham Palace and Governor-General Kerr in ...  

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