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Who are the real heroes of the #BankingRC?

Success has many fathers, but the real heroes of the Banking Royal Commission should be recogni ...  
The politics of 'African gangs' and racial profiling

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews may gain a few political points with new gang laws but they seem ...  
Taking a stand on media freedom in the Pacific

When the ABC was banned from the Pacific islands summit, it was condemned widely for an attack on ...  
Just how private will your digital health records be?

With an untrustworthy Government known for data breaches, a system of digital health records won't ...  
Sarah Hanson-Young takes David Leyonhjelm to court

A crude attack on Sarah Hanson-Young is about to land sexist Senator David Leyonhjelm in court ...  
Resisting the death penalty: An event with advocate Richard Bourke

Richard Bourke, an Australian lawyer working in the United States on death penalty cases, will be ...  
SA's proposed marijuana crackdown could be bad news

Proposed changes in South Australia's legislation on marijuana may have deeper consequences ...  
Disabilities in prison: A horror story in our backyard

Notes for a talk presented to the Citizen Advocacy Trust of Australia fundraiser at the Supreme ...  
CSG waste trail: Where has all the contaminated fracking filth gone?

Recent reductions in regulatory oversight of fracking operations have raised serious questions ...  
What if William Tyrell was black?

While we are still on the lookout for William, perhaps we have forgotten that 20,000 children are ...  
Is it Witness K and Collaery that should be charged over East Timor spy scandal?

Former ACT Attorney-General Bernard Collaery and Witness K face charges under spy laws, raising ...  
Banking Royal Commission: Financial ruin and the road to personal tragedy

As the #BankingRC reveals more accounts of deliberate disregard for the plight of customers, it is ...  
Nice personal data you have there — shame if something were to happen to it

What we need to know is all our personal information is being compiled to be accessed by one ...  
Abortion and the 'free speech' myth

Safe access to abortion clinics has finally been mandated in NSW despite high-profile "free spee ...  
Animal cruelty crosses borders ahead of puppy farm legislation

Historic legislation is making puppy farms illegal in Victoria, but puppy farmers can still move ...  
Are Porter's 'urgent' spying and foreign interference laws even needed?

If you believe Christian Porter, unless security legislation is rushed through Parliament before ...  
'The Australian’ continues its malicious attacks on Julia Gillard

One of the most vicious campaigns in Australian history is still playing out. Alan Austin has made ...  
Uber and Airbnb: Who really benefits in the 'share economy'?

The share economy is a façade that allows companies such as Uber to flaunt social values at the ...