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Peter Dutton and the great Australian tourist visa scam

The abuse of power exhibited by Peter Dutton's Home Affairs Department has made a mockery of our ...  
Stuart 'Robodebt' Robert and unfunded empathy

Stuart Robert thinks Centrelink's shambolic robodebt recovery system is working well, despite at ...  
The underground railroad for abortion

In the wake of restrictive U.S. abortion laws, a new Facebook group allows women to access pills ...  
The AFP: A question of independence and integrity

Newly appointed Commissioner Reece Kershaw will head the AFP at a critical time, as its post-e ...  
The four doctors who voted against Medevac

Four medical professionals and Coalition MPs were among those who voted to repeal the Medevac Bill ...  
Optus and the question of data retention

Will the data retention scheme result in a cost blow out for the roll-out of 5G?  
The public has spoken: It's time to wage a war on wage theft

Recent revelations that top chefs have severely underpaid staff have raised awareness of the wage ...  
Newstart, wage theft and fat ducks

If you’re trying to "have a go" in order to put food on the table, don’t expect to "get a go ...  
Adani arrest draws attention to Australia's global harm

The arrest of a French journalist has focused a spotlight on Australia's contributions to global ...  
The National Archives, Whitlam and the Queen: Manipulating history

Who is being protected by the suppression of information concerning the Whitlam Government's ...  
Combatting fake news

Is organised resistance to political falsehoods emerging and could this become an effective ...  
Sex workers: Society's scapegoat

Last week, WA Supreme Court Justice Anthony Derrick approved the release of repeat sex offender ...  
Frydenberg & Dutton skate on s44 thin ice — pursued by pensioner on electric bike

Ross Jones outlines just how much trouble pensioners can cause our federal parliamentarians ...  
Why I’m not signing up to demand the Government legislate press freedom laws

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has declared that journalists who dare publish dirty government ...  
Srebrenica, 11 July 1995: The 'White Genocide'

Bilal Cleland reminds us that the rise of fundamentalist populism in otherwise liberal societies ...  
Adani pirates hold Australia hostage

It's hardly surprising that Adani may have lied to ensure government approval for its mine, writes ...  
Happy Constitution Day, Australia!

Happy Constitution Day! Today marks 119 years since Queen Victoria provided Royal assent for ...  
Universities, Folau, AFP raids and why free speech isn't free

The truths that expose corruption come with a price. Whistleblowers pay that price.