Over in Adelaide, the citizen who hunted down paedophiles in a vigilante fashion now faces court for his actions. However, the general public is now looking to pay his legal fees.
So, you’re employed. Great job. However, hidden in the subtext of your contract is a whole raft of rights you might have inadvertently signed away.
Melbourne’s African gang problem won’t leave the news. But does the data back up the rhetoric?
Last year, after the federal police raided the AWU offices, Michaelia Cash denied it was politically motivated. However, she must now turn over all related documentation to the High Court.
Believe it or not, the emoji is now being used in courts all over the world as a measure to determine criminal intent.
The Royal Commission has struck, stripping back the long-held traditions that have been used by some to cover up sexual wrongdoing.
To compensate the victims of crime, the Government is considering taking money directly from the perpetrators’ superannuation while they sit in prison. Fair enough?
In a long-overdue move, apprehended domestic violence orders are now enforceable nationwide, allowing the victims of DV the freedom of escape.
Recently, a bill that would see Elon Musk and his ilk able to work above the state laws of South Australia was vociferously shot down. I think we should do it, as history has shown it to work.
Very quietly, the NSW parliament passed a bill that grants them the power to indefinitely extend the sentences of those they believe a risk of future criminal behaviour.
With the general populace now surveyed and the answer obvious, the obvious question remains. What now?
For the most part, we Australians are respectful to other cultures when travelling overseas. That being said, there are exceptions. Many violent exceptions.
In NSW, more than enough vacant properties exist in which to house the homeless, but is the solution that easy?
Coming recently into effect are a raft of measures designed to embolden small business. But, beyond protection, what else do they offer?
Criminality, as well as stigma, continues to circle around the sex industry, in fact, a recent report has outlined how harmful both aspects or on those who work that trade.
With the Australian government considering legislation to protect our household devices from being hacked, are they being paranoid or smart?
Now that the gavel has fallen on Cassie Sainsbury, questions remain. How did she get off so lightly, and how does her sentence measure against fellow Australians on trial?
Despite a couple being illegally tasered, wrongfully arrested and unlawfully detained by police, the Western Australian government has refused to pay the damages.
After a two year old’s testimony lead to the conviction of her sexual abuser, the question is, result aside, was the court in the right?
In the US, the constitution forbids the police from accessing personal information in order to incriminate. However, we don’t possess the same freedoms.
With the entirety of Glebe Foreshore and most of Surry Hills set to become alcohol-free zones, is it a wise move from the Sydney council, or is it merely the nanny state locking the liquor cabinet?