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Publishers lose High Court appeal in Dylan Voller defamation case

Media giants NineFax and News Corp have lost their recent High Court case concerning defamatory ...  
Coalition responsible for the demise of Australia's Family Court

The Government's merging of the Family Court with the Federal Circuit Court will complicate the ...  
Richard Pusey: The ‘most hated man in Australia’ walks free

As Richard Paul Pusey walked free from Ravenhall Correctional Centre on Wednesday, a great pallor ...  
Texas abortion laws: A modern Handmaid's Tale

America’s Supreme Court this week declined a request to block a Texas law drastically restric ...  
Class action may reform laws for the 'forgotten children'

Former inmates of the Banksia Hill Detention Centre are planning a class action lawsuit over ...  
Corrupting democracy — we need to say "FIN"

A political party with the sole purpose of eradicating Federal Government corruption has been ...  
Frydenberg's revolving door

The man in charge of Josh Frydenberg’s office was at Westpac’s BT when it was gouging billions ...  
Government approved visas against migration laws

The DHA approved work visas illegally for Hong Kong passport holders in August 2020, misleading ...  
U.S. Government keeps fighting  to extradite Julian Assange

The particularly vicious effort by U.S. authorities to get Julian Assange showed no signs of ...  
JOHN PILGER: A day in the death of British justice

As the final decision on the Julian Assange trial draws nearer, John Pilger bears witness to the ...  
Anti-lockdown movement citing 'common law' for exemption

Anti-lockdown supporters are trying to use the idea of common law as an excuse to disobey COVID-19 ...  
Christian Porter has forfeited presumption of innocence

Unlike cases that go to trial, Christian Porter has lost the right to the presumption of innocence ...  
Tax haven exposes no financial transparency in aged care sector

Aged care giant TriCare receives more money each year from Australian taxpayers than the entire ...  
The political resurrection of Christian Porter is at hand

The Morrison Government has further expressed its contempt for women by promoting disgraced ...  
Bayer ends U.S. sale of glyphosate herbicides

Bayer announced that it will halt the sale of glyphosate-based herbicides to consumers in the U.S. ...  
What Britney Spears' conservatorship says for all women

As Britney Spears fights to be free of conservatorship from her father, it draws attention to ...  
Date looming for James Ashby debt decision

A decision will be made soon as to whether or not the already massive legal debt accumulated by ...  
Friendlyjordies v John 'Call me Pork' Barilaro

The repercussions of New South Wales Deputy Premier John Barilaro's defamation lawsuit against ...  

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