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Liberal Party seeks to prevent The New Liberals from registering

There are legitimate concerns over the legality of the Liberal Party's attempts to block the ...  
Italian legal system forcing clandestine abortions

The law in Italy has made it difficult for women to have freedom of choice in the matter of ...  
Dominique Grubisa: Making a fortune from others’ misfortune

Dominique Grubisa makes millions selling seminars advising aspiring property magnates how to find ...  
ALAN AUSTIN: Another year of disastrous construction worker deaths recorded

The latest data shows worsening outcomes for worker safety in the construction sector under the ...  
Lula da Silva is Bolsonaro's biggest threat in Brazil's upcoming elections

As Lula re-emerges in Brazil's national affairs, Jair Bolsonaro's position is increasingly under ...  
Dominique Grubisa's "distressed" Victorian law practising certificate

"Distressed estates" maven Dominique Grubisa resides and practices law in NSW but relies on ...  
George Floyd trial begins: 'Just look at the torture video'

The trial of Derek Chauvin – accused of murdering the unarmed Black man, George Floyd last May ...  
Morrison must put the houses in order or resign

The Government still fails to take full responsibility for misconduct and crimes inside Parliament ...  
Morrison's forthcoming 'U-turn' on migration

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his Party now acknowledge that migration is crucial to economic ...  
Morrison Government turns its back on women, triggering its own demise

The Morrison Government's handling of the Porter rape allegations has seen a seismic shift in the ...  
Higgins and Tame can't do it alone: Men must step up

It was with a sense of exhaustion and despair that I attended the women’s March for Justice ...  
Australia going backwards on combatting corruption

Most countries are improving their performance in eliminating corruption, but Australia is heading ...  
Proposed online safety act perpetuates our Government's problem with women

A proposed bill to improve online safety would place more power in the Government's hands and ...  
Big swinging dicks and the rule of law

After the Attorney-General admitted he was the person accused of a brutal rape in 1988, it ...  
Michelle Pini interviewed by RTV Slovenia on Australia's Google and Facebook code

Michelle Pini is interviewed by RTV Slovenia about the News Media Bargaining Code, the Facebook ...  
Morrison wrong on presumption of innocence

The principle of the presumption of innocence has been weaponised to protect Christian Porter's ...  
Porter allegations have again revealed Scott Morrison's misguided empathy

The only time our Prime Minister has demonstrated empathy is when it comes to protecting his own ...  
'Historical' rape and Attorney-General Christian Porter

The Morrison Government claims it takes sexual assault allegations seriously, only to file them ...  

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