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Albanese Government should let Djokovic play in 2023 Australian Open

The Albanese Government must lift the three-year ban on Novak Djokovic entering Australia imposed ...  
Dominique Grubisa — mastermind? No, just a master plagiarist

Dominique Grubisa has launched her latest endeavour, based on another work of plagiarism and ...  
Andy Probyn and the 'Dobber-in-Chief'

After addressing the National Press Club last Wednesday on his proposed National Anti-Corruption ...  
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EDITORIAL: Andy Probyn and the 'Dobber-in-Chief'

After addressing the National Press Club last Wednesday (12/10/22) on his proposed National ...  
Data retention law reform needed to combat serious crime

Unnecessary data retention measures are an incitement for unlawful access and Australia needs to ...  
Grubisa’s predatory game-changer unmasked

IA can now unveil the identity of Dominique Grubisa’s new game-changer platform.  
Gender order judged wise: Women fill the High Court bench

In appointing Justice Jayne Jagot to the High Court, the Albanese Government has made history: for ...  
Blood on our hands: Banksia Hill is failing our children

Suicide and incarceration statistics from Banksia Hill prison highlight a lack of proper rehabi ...  
Judges not big on Big Oil's attempts to gag critics

The fossil fuel industry’s sham use of lawsuits to silence environmental advocates while ...  
Morrison’s Higgins investigation a very revealing cover-up: FLASHBACK 2021

The Bruce Lehrmann trial is in its second week, with many concerned about the well-being of ...  
Prohibiting internet poker machines and casinos is futile

The prohibition of internet-based gambling to Australians attracts little media attention despite ...  
Dominique Grubisa doubles down despite fraud allegations

Dominique Grubisa continues down the path of her mentor, Donald Trump, doubling down... down ...  
Mexico upholds Assange: Your move next, Australia

The president of Mexico recently spoke out in support of Julian Assange as the WikiLeaks founder ...  
Dated and fractured: Optus and data protections Down Under

The recent Optus data breach has shown an urgent need for reform of Australia's data protection ...  
Commonwealth Bank is a disgrace to the public interest

The Commonwealth Bank, while publicly claiming to be an ethical bank, privately tells its peren ...  
Limiting anti-corruption public hearings an exceptionally bad idea

Labor's new anti-corruption legislation may prove to be a signal moment but the devil is in the ...  
Animal welfare law reform could rein in horse owners' rights

Stakeholders have accused the Victoria State Government of sidestepping consultation over proposed ...  
The religious school funding decision that flouted the Constitution

A 1981 High Court decision to allow the funding of religious schools was a bad move that fractured ...  

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