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Conspiracy cults breeding terrorism through protests

Protests by right-wing groups over vaccine mandates have seen a rise in extremist behaviour, with ...  
EXCLUSIVE: ICAC gun club a failure prior to grant

The 1,000-person convention centre at a Wagga Wagga gun club at the heart of corruption investi ...  
Labor possibly handing Morrison another election victory

While the Morrison Government has done more than enough to lose the upcoming election, Paul Begley ...  
Australian drug laws doing more harm than good

A new scare campaign demonstrates that Australian drug laws are archaic and don't have the publ ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Dominique Grubisa's dodgy debt department

Dominique Grubisa continues her deception, this time plagiarising an academic paper to make cases ...  
Bernard Collaery's trial needs to remain open

Lawyers for Attorney-General Michaelia Cash have warned of national security issues if the trial ...  
Twitter criticism is ruffling conservative feathers

Conservative political figures and journalists have been trying to silence critics on social media ...  
New visa for migrant farm workers could turbocharge exploitation

The introduction of an agricultural visa will not end the abuse and exploitation of vulnerable ...  
Kings of defamation: Porter, Laming, Barilaro, Dutton et al

In a string of defamation lawsuits, Coalition MPs Barilaro, Dutton, Porter, Laming and others have ...  
'Shady' Michael Sukkar is dodging accountability

During his time as the Federal Member for Deakin, Michael Sukkar has engaged in behaviour fitting ...  
NSW ICAC renews urge for federal commission

Gladys Berejiklian's ICAC inquiry has re-energised the debate about the role of integrity agencies ...  
Last throw of the dice for Julian Assange

Regardless of the court battle to prevent his extradition to the U.S., there appears to be little ...  
EXCLUSIVE: ICAC gun club figures don't add up

Financial reports from the gun club at the centre of the NSW ICAC investigation have raised ...  
Federal Government prevents medical community from assisting refugees

The policies and practices of the Federal Government obstruct medical professionals trying to ...  
Flashback 2014: Arthur Sinodinos goes down the gurgler

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has had her time in the ICAC chair, denying and forgetting ...  
JOHN PILGER: Justice for Assange is justice for all

The injustice brought against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is an affront to not only truth ...  
Assange appeal day two: The CIA and empty assurances

On day two of Julian Assange’s extradition appeal hearing, the defence covered the plot by the ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Lost for words, Dominique Grubisa resorts to plagiarism

A self-help booklet written by self-professed finance and law maven Dominique Grubisa bears more ...  

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