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Sex workers: Society's scapegoat

Last week, WA Supreme Court Justice Anthony Derrick approved the release of repeat sex offender ...  
Frydenberg & Dutton skate on s44 thin ice — pursued by pensioner on electric bike

Ross Jones outlines just how much trouble pensioners can cause our federal parliamentarians ...  
Why I’m not signing up to demand the Government legislate press freedom laws

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has declared that journalists who dare publish dirty government ...  
Srebrenica, 11 July 1995: The 'White Genocide'

Bilal Cleland reminds us that the rise of fundamentalist populism in otherwise liberal societies ...  
Adani pirates hold Australia hostage

It's hardly surprising that Adani may have lied to ensure government approval for its mine, writes ...  
Happy Constitution Day, Australia!

Happy Constitution Day! Today marks 119 years since Queen Victoria provided Royal assent for ...  
Universities, Folau, AFP raids and why free speech isn't free

The truths that expose corruption come with a price. Whistleblowers pay that price.  
The great Australian methamphetamine flood

Statistics show that Australia is losing its war on methamphetamines, so perhaps it's time to ...  
Why the religious Right needs to be victimised to know it’s alive

Christian organisations in Australia have been given a chance to play victim in their pursuit of ...  
Kathy Jackson in court — but not today

The Jacksonville saga continues as Kathy Jackson's trial for 70 fraud-related charges is postponed ...  
Combating sexual harassment in the work place — leading the way to change

Levels of sexual harassment have reached crisis point in Australian workplaces, with our youngest ...  
Intimidating Parliament: The Michael Pezzullo Formula

"This is heavy-handed effort to browbeat the media from engaging in public interest journalism ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: AFP raids are the road to totalitarianism

Our Prime Minister assures us that the AFP raids of last week had absolutely nothing to do with ...  
Wren's Week: The Chinese Navy, AFP raids and interest rate cuts

John Wren takes a look at the visit to Sydney by the Chinese Navy, the AFP raids against journa ...  
Watergate: The Oxford connection behind Australia’s richest water deal

Jommy Tee and Ronni Salt untangle the web of key identities behind Australia’s most lucrative ...  
AFP raids: An assault on journalistic freedom

Dr Jennifer Wilson looks at some of the repercussions of the journalistic AFP raids from both ...  
Warring against sources: The security state and public interest journalism

The AFP raid on the home of Annika Smethurst signals another blow to journalism and freedom of ...  
A telecommunications wish list for Paul Fletcher, starting with the NBN

With a new Minister for Communication in place, it is time to start looking at the telecommunic ...