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Alan Austin’s defamation matter close to finished

Costly defamation against regular Independent Australia columnist Alan Austin has just been ...  
50 blatant lies and broken promises by Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate

If you are a Gold Coast resident and are considering voting for Tom Tate, then perhaps read ...  
The Frydenberg case and the stateless refugee claim

Trevor Poulton discusses the matter of an erroneous "stateless passport" claim in the Fryd ...  
Defence digs in as Julian Assange fights extradition

Julian Assange's defence team is working hard to resist his extradition to the United States ...  
Press freedom on trial: Chronicles from the Julian Assange extradition hearing

Sara Chessa reports on the first week of extradition hearings in the Julian Assange trial.  
The Greens are eager to introduce press freedom laws and reforms

The rejection of the ABC’s appeal into the legalities of the AFP raids has the Greens pushing ...  
Wren's Week: The Australian domestic violence epidemic

Domestic violence statistics in Australia are growing worse and our government must share the ...  
Angus Taylor and the hopelessly compromised AFP

Angus Taylor, Rhodes Scholar, Energy Minister and alleged fraudster extraordinaire, will not be ...  
Taylor, the AFP and the 'Insiders'

It's bad enough that fraud allegations against Angus Taylor are not being pursued, but why ...  
Wren's Week: Bridget McKenzie falls while Parliament reverts to the dark ages

While one scandal is almost over, the Government is still a thorn in our collective sides with ...  
A Federal ICAC is pointless if conducted by a corrupt government

An examination of political corruption is well overdue, but ultimately pointless if implemented by ...  
National Party sharks circle after failed Barnaby Joyce leadership challenge

Barnaby Joyce has failed to regain leadership of the Nationals, while the party is embroiled in ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: Corruption is rife among Morrison's minions

The Prime Minister's control over his ministers has been useful in times of dealing with corrup ...  
Wren's Week: Bridget McKenzie’s sports rort affair

As Scott Morrison continues to deal with the bushfire crisis, the extent of Senator Bridget ...  
The Queen won't sack our hopeless PM — and nor should we want her to

Having displayed gross political mismanagement, some people are now considering royal intervention ...  
Extinction Rebellion — why I got arrested

Perth mother and Extinction Rebellion activist Julia Jones describes why getting arrested made an ...  
Dark side of Bumble Bizz: Predatory multi-level marketing

Once lauded for its women first approach to online networking, Bumble Bizz has become a breeding ...  
The ALP in search of new, bold policy

The recent conference in Sydney organised by the Chifley Research Centre, the Australian Labor ...  

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