Law
Roe v Wade decision is a blow to the rights of all women

The overturning of Roe v Wade isn't just an American issue, but an indication of the oppression of ...  
Higgins rape case delayed following Lisa Wilkinson's Logies speech

A Channel 10 presenter's potential infringement in the Brittany Higgins rape trial raises quest ...  
Woodside's 'climate bomb' Scarborough Gas Project must be defused

An injunction has been sought against Woodside’s Scarborough Gas Project in order to protect the ...  
Dominique 'distressed estate' Grubisa stripped of legal practising certificate

Authorities have announced they will consider 'other regulatory action' against self-professed ...  
6 reasons why everyone should fight for Assange's freedom

The justice system has failed to defend the principles it should protect in the case of WikiLeaks ...  
Avi Yemini's case against PRGuy reeks of opportunism

There are legitimate questions to be asked surrounding the motivation of Avi Yemini in bringing a ...  
Depp v Heard and the "mutual abuse" argument

The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard spectacle demonstrates the damaging consequences of cognitive ...  
Frydenberg-funded guide dog charity caught swindling taxpayers

A Melbourne “charity” is charging taxpayers four times what it was a decade ago to deliver ...  
Julian Assange is being crucified for our sins

Julian Assange is being slowly murdered by the forces of the U.S. and British states, his crime ...  
FLASHBACK 2018: Stuart Robert's litany of transgressions

Shadow Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert has a history of unlawful dealings and questionable ...  
Assange: Albanese must act where the Coalition failed

The Morrison Government failed Julian Assange. Supporters of the persecuted publisher are looking ...  
The poor are filling our prisons because we leave them behind

There is a tsunami of poverty-related issues and draconian laws swamping offenders and filling ...  
Dutton's defeat a victory for free speech

Shane Bazzi has won an appeal against Peter Dutton over a tweet that would have cost more than ...  
Federal ICAC must investigate Timor-Leste spying scandal

Law reform and investigations into cases such as the Timor-Leste spy scandal are long overdue.  
Coalition runs away from federal ICAC as calls hit fever pitch

The establishment of a federal anti-corruption commission is shaping up to be a key election ...  
If elected, Labor must reinvigorate the Australian Human Rights Commission

Various reforms to the Australian Human Rights Commission are required to better protect and ...  
James Ashby could face being $4.5 million in debt to the Government

With the following words, it seems kismet and James Ashby might finally have met.  
Australia's treatment of whistleblowers will be its damnation

Deception, exploitation and cover-up are messages Australia is sending to our foreign neighbour ...  

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