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The lies and fall of the Coalition

After nine years of corruption, economic ruin and misogyny, the time has come to vote the Coali ...  
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Frydenberg’s law breaking regulator helped dismantle coal laws

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is responsible for dismantling laws that maintain accountability in the ...  
Corruption is 'endemic' in Australia

The damage from corruption in the Federal Government is felt by the Australian taxpayer in the ...  
Assange legal team announces 'fresh developments' at court hearing

Julian Assange’s legal team announced “serious submissions” would be made to the UK Home ...  
Josh Frydenberg's dog act

Guide Dogs Victoria appears to have broken federal law with its CEO heavily advocating Josh ...  
A nationalised legal system would bring justice for all

Access to a properly nationalised legal system would enable citizens to resolve legal matters ...  
Australians should consider abolishing the police

Abolishing the police is a topic Australians should explore, writes Sylvia Aramchek.  
Labor's talk is strong, but FIN is the best choice to end corruption

As sausages across Australia get ready for their big day out, voters face a stark choice — Scomo ...  
Modern slavery shouldn't be weaponised by conservative governments

Modern slavery has become a major talking point in recent years.  
Court green-lights Sussan Ley's climate duty of care appeal

On 15 March, the Full Federal Court handed down its decision in the Sharma v Minister for the ...  
Julian Assange's family tirelessly advocate for his freedom

The fight for Julian Assange's freedom goes on in the face of Western intransigence, writes Dr ...  
Anglican Church uses aged care funds to cover child abuse bill

The Anglican Church is using millions of dollars for aged care services to cover historic child ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Legal tools — yet more plagiarism from Dominique Grubisa

IA finds more examples of Dominique Grubisa blatantly plagiarising legal works — these ones ...  
A tale of two responses: Ukraine supported as Rohingya ignored

The Rohingya have received little international support and that must change to ensure their ...  
Religious discrimination bill set aside, win for human rights

Thank God, the Religious Discrimination Bill is done for.   
Rotten rulings — Julian Assange's extradition appeal denied

Continuing his uphill legal battle, Julian Assange has been denied U.S. extradition appeal as his ...  
Walker, Assange and the 'climate kids': Signs of a broken legal system

One of the most hackneyed weapons in any colonial apologist’s arsenal is the myth former colo ...  
Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne on bail, awaits third trial in NSW

Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne has had his sexual assault appeal allowed and has also been released ...  

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