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High Court ruling on the Palace letters could bear explosive consequences

Much hangs on the opening of correspondence between Buckingham Palace and Governor-General Kerr in ...  
UK endangers Assange's life by imprisoning him during COVID-19

On April 12 Julian Assange’s partner Stella Morris revealed that the couple have had two chil ...  
Wendouree paedophile given top job at UK LGBTQI+ charity

A convicted Wendouree paedophile was given the top job at a UK gay charity less than two years ...  
Child sexual abuse and the difficulty of coming forward

Sexual abuse suffered by children leaves a lifetime of damage and can be painful to talk about, as ...  
The need to respect human rights during COVID-19

Professor of Human Rights, Steven Greer, discusses the human rights issues animated by the ...  
A.C.T. ‘legalised’ cannabis and the sky is yet to fall in

The A.C.T. has relaxed laws on cannabis use, possibly paving the way for other states to consider ...  
ICC rejects Morrison Gov't plea for Israeli exemption from war crimes prosecution

When it comes to the Morrison Government and war crimes, there's one rule for Israel and another ...  
Environment protections dead in the water

Anti-environmentalism is rampant and our political leaders should scare the hell out of us ...  
Government is stripping away our civil liberties

Through media censorship, accessing private data and other restrictions, our government is taking ...  
Secret 'Palace letters' could illuminate Whitlam Dismissal if finally released

The High Court will soon rule on the release of secret "Palace letters" between Kerr and the Queen ...  
Bushfires and COVID-19 crises reveal need for constitutional overhaul

The bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic have produced grievances about our government, which is a ...  
Upholding human rights deemed non-essential by police

While consumerist pursuits were acceptable during COVID-19 restrictions, Victorian Police drew the ...  
Refugee advocates defend convoy protest as fears grow for detainees

A protest was staged in support of refugees detained at Preston's Mantra Hotel out of concern for ...  
George Pell's motive for Andrew Bolt interview is questionable

Upon his release from prison, disgraced Cardinal George Pell chose Right-wing journalist Andrew ...  
Popularity of the cruise ship industry is sinking

The romance and luxury associated with cruise ships hides a darker history that is surfacing now ...  
Seeking accountability for the Ruby Princess debacle

Questions are being raised as to who should be held responsible for the deaths brought on by the ...  
Alan Austin’s defamation matter close to finished

Costly defamation against regular Independent Australia columnist Alan Austin has just been ...  
50 blatant lies and broken promises by Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate

If you are a Gold Coast resident and are considering voting for Tom Tate, then perhaps read ...  

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