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Wanted for Robodebt crimes: Morrison, Tudge, Robert and Co

It is only fitting that the Royal Commission into the Robodebt disaster will likely call forth ...  
Dated and fractured: Optus and data protections Down Under

The recent Optus data breach has shown an urgent need for reform of Australia's data protection ...  
Commonwealth Bank is a disgrace to the public interest

The Commonwealth Bank, while publicly claiming to be an ethical bank, privately tells its peren ...  
Limiting anti-corruption public hearings an exceptionally bad idea

Labor's new anti-corruption legislation may prove to be a signal moment but the devil is in the ...  
Animal welfare law reform could rein in horse owners' rights

Stakeholders have accused the Victoria State Government of sidestepping consultation over proposed ...  
The religious school funding decision that flouted the Constitution

A 1981 High Court decision to allow the funding of religious schools was a bad move that fractured ...  
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EDITORIAL: Wanted for Robodebt crimes: Morrison, Tudge, Robert and Co

It is only fitting that, as well as senior bureaucrats who administered the scheme, the Royal ...  
The Commonwealth Bank's illusion of ethics

Despite claims of being an ethical bank, the CBA has a trail of malpractice victims that paints a ...  
Dutton's alleged corrupt link to drug kingpin: FLASHBACK 2019

In this article from 2019, Ross Jones highlighted one of the more damning scandals tarnishing ...  
Santos loses landmark legal battle against Indigenous rights

Santos has been ordered to shut down a major drilling operation after it was found that local Tiwi ...  
Dominique Grubisa goes full Trumpian

Self-professed property maven Dominique Grubisa appears to have an obsession with former U.S. ...  
Medicare must be accessible for prisoners

I see prisons where hearts are broken; life’s brief light extinguished.  
Offence by another name: Suppressing anti-royal protest in Britain

The arrests of anti-monarchy protesters in Britain have raised concerns about the freedom of ...  
Licences for horse activity and events on the cards in Victoria

Licenses for any professional horse activity and events in Victoria could be brought in under ...  
Industrial scale cheating taking over from learning in Australian universities

With technology allowing cheating to run rampant in universities, reform is needed to bring a ...  
Dominique Grubisa — the very model of a modern major plagiarist

A manual written by Dominique Grubisa has been largely plagiarised directly from a book penned in ...  
Crikey and Media Watch v Friendlyjordies and IA

Despite its claims of being small and independent, Crikey uses its cronies in the mainstream ...  
Fossil fuel giants abuse system to silence protesters

Recent research from EarthRights International shows how the fossil fuel industry uses "judicia ...  

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