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Why contempt of court matters, even for government ministers
The independence of the judiciary from the political arm of government is a fundamental principle of Western democracy.
Australia
3 Jul 2017
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Trump victory demonstrates why we need compulsory voting
Because everyone has to vote in Australia, politicians can not afford to ignore the needs of any disadvantaged people.
Australia
30 Nov 2016
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Why Herbert Payne deserves a statue
Senator Payne's private bill introduced compulsory voting, which then became a right and a duty for all Australians.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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It's good that we're forced to vote: compulsory voting in Australia
Voting in Australia is compulsory - we can be fined up to $50 for not voting without a valid reason.
Australia
28 Aug 2013
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Social changes: New dads can get paid leave from January 1
New changes include Dad and Partner Pay, the length of time for benefits sent overseas and registration stickers in NSW.
Australia
28 Jan 2013
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Focus on discrimination as governments tighten laws
NSW proposes to strengthen state anti-discrimination laws while the federal government proposes to amalgamate five laws.
Australia
24 Jan 2013
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Working girls claim discrimination and battle motel owners in legal stoush
The Anti-Discrimination Act (Qld) now makes it legal for hotel and motel owners to deny accommodation to sex workers.
Australia
23 Jan 2013
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Free Speech Is Not Guaranteed In Australia
The High Court has ruled there is an implied freedom of speech under the Australian constitution, but it is not absolute.
Australia
28 Oct 2012
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