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By Paul Gregoire
Mike Pompeo announced that the US no longer recognises Israeli West Bank settlements as a breach of international law.
By Sonia Hickey, Ugur Nedim
A class action legal challenge over Robodebt, against the Federal government, is reported to have 4,000 plaintiffs.
By Paul Gregoire
The Blak Deaths in Custody (BDIC) campaign is drawing attention to deaths inside occurring in NSW over the last decade.
By Paul Gregoire
The Anticolonial Asian Alliance is an organisation committed to supporting the struggle of the First Nations peoples.
By Sonia Hickey, Ugur Nedim
Australians had mixed reactions to the news that Israel Folau increased his claim against Rugby Australia to $14 million.
By Paul Gregoire
Burton claims that there is a network of organisations profiteering from the placing of children in out-of-home care.
By Ugur Nedim
A new bill has ensured that ongoing drug supply cases can remain in the Local Court, unless elected to a higher court.
By Sonia Hickey
AUSTRAC has accused Westpac of facilitating transactions that may have enabled child exploitation in the Philippines.
By Paul Gregoire, Ugur Nedim
A former senior military intelligence officer was prosecuted and imprisoned in complete secrecy, for crimes unknown.
By Ugur Nedim
The Criminal Code Act 1995 includes a range of offences relating to border controlled drugs, with differing penalties.
By Sonia Hickey
Article discusses recent civil defamation case & defines defamation including civil and criminal defamation.
By Ugur Nedim
The media falsely reported that they were responsible for floods that caused the destruction of a town and 12 deaths.
By Paul Gregoire, Ugur Nedim
Pro bono work involves lawyers providing their services either free of charge or at dramatically reduced rates.
By Paul Gregoire
Transcript of an interview with Jayke Burgess from LGBTIQ Voices for Changes on the subject of domestic violence.
By Ugur Nedim, Sonia Hickey
In most states and territories across Australia it is a criminal offence to leave children unattended in a car.
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