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John Lloyd APS scandal: Should the partisan IPA lose charitable tax status?

The politically charged emails between the APS boss and the IPA have again highlighted its part ...  
Peter Dutton’s ‘rule of law’ comments could come back to haunt him

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and senior staff from his department could face criminal ...  
#420Day: Cannabis and the nanny state

Progress on recreational cannabis law reform might seem to have stalled but there are signs of ...  
Comcare: How our workplaces ostracise sexual harassment victims

Luke Williams exposes Australia’s failing complaint systems, services and legal culture when it ...  
Queensland Police's Orwellian 'Fixated Persons Unit'

A secretive branch of the Queensland Police has Big Brother's shadow looming over it, writes Chris ...  
The isolation of Julian Assange must stop

We call on the Government of Ecuador to allow Julian Assange his right to freedom of speech.  
Government climate policy: Do Australians need to be protected from it?

Australia needs an independent national agency charged with safeguarding the environment and ...  
Mungo MacCallum: The banks are bastards

Every Australian knows that the banks are bastards but the testimony from the Financial Services ...  
Australia's dysfunctional health system

The AMA, colleges, representative bodies of other health practitioners, politicians and media are ...  
Deporting the innocents: The UK’s forced child migration program and Australia

Dr Binoy Kampmark discusses the recently released UK Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual ...  
When trolling complaints to Vic Police are reviewed by troller Brett Guerin

John Passant has serious questions he would like answered by Vic Police, amid the resignation of ...  
U.S. gun reform: Shooting the 100th monkey

Gerry Sont examines why the U.S is the land of the insensate on gun reform, despite 1.5 million ...  
Politicising Intelligence: Dutton, Pezzullo and the Department of Home Affairs

The "unsettling" power overreach of the newly devised super ministry, the Department of Home Affa ...  
Julian Assange hung out to dry — yet again

A British court's refusal to lift an arrest warrant on Julian Assange dispels any doubts that the ...  
Crime Stoppers and the cost of community vigilantism

Crime Stoppers boasts its success in helping make more than 18,000 arrests in Victoria alone — ...  
Who bombed the Hilton? (Part 2) The operation

40 years on from the Sydney Hilton bombing, Dr John Jiggens examines the evidence in the final of ...  
Who bombed the Hilton? (Part 1) The bomb and the bin

40 years on from the Sydney Hilton bombing, Dr John Jiggens examines the evidence, frame-ups and ...  
Activist sued for libel over FB comment opposing oil and gas drilling

An oil and gas giant is suing a Colorado environmental activist for opposing drilling near his ...