Law
JOHN PILGER: U.S. wins extradition appeal against Julian Assange

In a blow to journalism and free speech, the U.S. has won its appeal against the decision not to ...  
Morrison backs Berejiklian for Warringah under cloud of corruption

After having her name tarnished by corruption allegations, Gladys Berejiklian now has the support ...  
Christian Porter and the unedifying end of a damaging political career

Christian Porter left Parliament this week in the same way that he lived his entire life: privi ...  
Detained refugees denied access to library services

Library services are yet to be provided to refugees detained in a Melbourne facility, despite ...  
Scott Morrison renews crackdown on social media users

Scott Morrison is trying to introduce legislation that will hold social media companies account ...  
Conspiracy cults breeding terrorism through protests

Protests by right-wing groups over vaccine mandates have seen a rise in extremist behaviour, with ...  
EXCLUSIVE: ICAC gun club a failure prior to grant

The 1,000-person convention centre at a Wagga Wagga gun club at the heart of corruption investi ...  
Labor possibly handing Morrison another election victory

While the Morrison Government has done more than enough to lose the upcoming election, Paul Begley ...  
Australian drug laws doing more harm than good

A new scare campaign demonstrates that Australian drug laws are archaic and don't have the publ ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Dominique Grubisa's dodgy debt department

Dominique Grubisa continues her deception, this time plagiarising an academic paper to make cases ...  
Bernard Collaery's trial needs to remain open

Lawyers for Attorney-General Michaelia Cash have warned of national security issues if the trial ...  
Twitter criticism is ruffling conservative feathers

Conservative political figures and journalists have been trying to silence critics on social media ...  
New visa for migrant farm workers could turbocharge exploitation

The introduction of an agricultural visa will not end the abuse and exploitation of vulnerable ...  
Kings of defamation: Porter, Laming, Barilaro, Dutton et al

In a string of defamation lawsuits, Coalition MPs Barilaro, Dutton, Porter, Laming and others have ...  
Members Exclusive
EDITORIAL: Kings of defamation: Porter, Laming, Barilaro, Dutton et al

Hardly a day goes by when one parliamentarian or another doesn’t bully a private citizen ...  
'Shady' Michael Sukkar is dodging accountability

During his time as the Federal Member for Deakin, Michael Sukkar has engaged in behaviour fitting ...  
NSW ICAC renews urge for federal commission

Gladys Berejiklian's ICAC inquiry has re-energised the debate about the role of integrity agencies ...  
Last throw of the dice for Julian Assange

Regardless of the court battle to prevent his extradition to the U.S., there appears to be little ...  

Support IAIndependent Australia

Subscribe to IA and investigate Australia today.

Close Subscribe Donate