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Wanted for Robodebt crimes: Morrison, Tudge, Robert and Co

It is only fitting that the Royal Commission into the Robodebt disaster will likely call forth ...  
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EDITORIAL: Wanted for Robodebt crimes: Morrison, Tudge, Robert and Co

It is only fitting that, as well as senior bureaucrats who administered the scheme, the Royal ...  
A federal human rights act would help curb racism in Australia

A federal human rights act will encourage equality among Australians and begin the process of ...  
Dutton's alleged corrupt link to drug kingpin: FLASHBACK 2019

In this article from 2019, Ross Jones highlighted one of the more damning scandals tarnishing ...  
Offence by another name: Suppressing anti-royal protest in Britain

The arrests of anti-monarchy protesters in Britain have raised concerns about the freedom of ...  
The pros and cons of an Australian president

While much has been discussed about electing an Australian president, more consideration is ...  
Monarchy holding Australia back from its true potential

Britain's Monarchy is holding Australia back from reaching its full potential as a progressive ...  
Crikey and Media Watch v Friendlyjordies and IA

Despite its claims of being small and independent, Crikey uses its cronies in the mainstream ...  
Colonial wounds: Australia must prioritise Indigenous Voice over Republic

As the mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II nears its end, Australia remains a nation divided on ...  
Queen's death stirs media frenzy, prompts questions for Australia's future

A media circus surrounded the royal death and succession in England, prompting what it might mean ...  
Queen coverage highlights failure of media's duty

The passing of Queen Elizabeth was met by a singular narrative of the mainstream media, eager to ...  
JOHN PILGER: Silencing the lambs — how propaganda works

For decades, propaganda has steered the course of the mass media's narrative, dominated by the ...  
Dunderheaded diplomacy: Australia’s funding offer to the Solomon Islands

What is it about Australian diplomacy that makes it so clumsy and dunderheaded?   
Elite rule: Liz Truss' socially exclusive cabinet

Despite her rhetoric of inclusivity, Liz Truss' cabinet is anything but that, writes Sam Bright ...  
Press freedom under threat again for whistleblowers

Bearing hallmarks of the 2019 Australia Federal Police raid on the ABC over its 'Afghan Files' ...  
ClubsNSW’s private criminal prosecution against Friendlyjordies

The latest display of power by the gambling industry over a whistle-blower and a YouTuber should ...  
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EDITORIAL: ClubsNSW’s private criminal prosecution against Friendlyjordies

If you don’t know the story about pokies whistleblower Troy Stolz and ClubsNSW, and what it ...  
It’s all political: Julian Assange appeals his extradition

Julian Assange's legal team are basing a defence on their client being prosecuted and punished for ...  

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