As it stands CJ Palmer is behind bars for testing positive to HIV. Despite identifying as a woman, she is serving time in a male maximum security prison.
We’ve learned about the brutality of the massacre through bitter experience. But while these things may have happened long ago, we should not quickly forget.
Jacinda Ardern has railed against the Turnbull government’s changes that could see Kiwi offenders swiftly returned to NZ despite the lives they have built in Australia.
Facebook claims that their much-maligned default facial recognition can be switched off, however, the timing of the announcement is suspicious.
Recently, once peaceful anti-mining protest group took in the surrounding areas affected by the mining push in the Hunter Valley. Despite this, there was a noticeable police presence in tow.
One local psychologist had to answer for her actions, as it became known that she prompted a patient of hers to follow through with his impulses via text message.
China has developed glasses technology that allows the wearer to cross-check faces with government databases. Truth is, we’re not that far off implementing it here.
According to a new law, any businesses that suffer a breach of data security must now disclose it to their customers.
To combat a problem they see, the NSW police will track those they believe to be individual terrorists. Considering a lack of meaningful example, is this an overstep, or not?
In the latest move, the Berejiklian government are now looking to police teen thought crime, as those they suspect of extremism will now be subject to monitoring.
While the Tasmanian election hinges on the issues of pokies, the connection between mainland political parties and the gaming industry is far more opaque.
After an appalling holiday road toll, the NSW Government has implemented tougher road laws, including a hotline where motorists can report what they see.
In a bold move, the Victorian government has moved to ban the sale of puppies in pet stores across the state.
Despite the fanfare, furore and the eventual middle ground settled on, it seems that the greyhound industry has not changed its practices.
According to a report published by the Human Rights Watch, Australia’s sexual mistreatment of disabled prisoners continues to run unchecked.
Despite the creation of a corruption watchdog, misdealings are still rife in the NSW police force. While there has been progress, work remains to be done.
Late last year, Malcolm Turnbull contemporised WW1-era laws, which now involves jailing those citizens who leak information the government wants to keep under wraps.
As we speak, the Dutton camp is using their expanded powers to reduce the impartial nature of law, looking to install those who follow his rhetoric.
While most of us fear being killed by a terrorist, according to the statistics, the humble lawnmower should actually be the thing we fear the most.
In the wake of a historic holiday road toll, the NSW police have tightened the laws surrounding those who are caught driving under the influence.
San Francisco’s plan to introduce robo-cops to clean up the streets worked just fine…until it started to target the homeless population.