Be wary of the trumpeted fears of ‘foreign interference’, as they may be used to control those of our own backyard, not those from over the fence.
In the world of business, knowing who to trust in legal matters, matters. Stanislav Roth is the person SME owners need in their corner.
The deportation program that has seen Kiwis returned home for a host of petty crimes has drawn vociferous criticism from the NZ government. But who is in the right?
Geoffrey Robertson QC has defended Salman Rushdie, he’s represented Julian Assange, and now he’s pushing for an Australian Bill of Rights.
With the conditions of our offshore detention now being exposed, it’s best we do not forget Fazel Chegeni, a true victim of our apathy.
With the NSW government set to tighten the drug driving net, one MP believes that the entirety of the scheme should be scrapped.
The prosecution of Witness K will be held in a secret court, and we have a right to be furious.
In an effort to bring the law into line, Victoria has clamped down on lawyers they perceive as bringing the profession down.
In yet another questionable move, the Turnbull government will now be able to call on our military to stop protest whenever they see fit.
Make no mistake, the violent deaths of Australian women is an epidemic. For every Eurydice Dixon, there are scores more. The government, the media, and our institutions are failing them.
The awful figures of imprisoned children in the country is galling. One report has a plan to fix that, however, not everyone is on board.
There’s a general thought that is permeating the Australian experience. More immigrants mean more crime. But is there any truth to it?
A recent Dutton push looks to kick asylum seekers off their $35 a day living allowance to push them into the workforce.
In a bizarre push, residents have been fined by the police for leaving their car windows down. Despite the backlash, they will continue to do so.
In a bill that was rushed through last week, the Turnbull government has clamped down on freedom of expression under the guise of national security.
Despite the recommendations enacted, those in the church are still not required to disclose what they hear during confessions.
With the government bringing criminal charges against the Witness K, the whistleblower that exposed their wrongdoing, we’re stepping closer to the police state we fear.
Very quietly, the Berejiklian government has granted itself new powers to criminalise protest and stop us from gathering in protest.
Sadly, the union between lawyer and client is often an impersonal one. However, those at Source Legal do the opposite, as they build meaningful relationships built on earned trust.
After he was tagged incorrectly as a ‘criminal underworld figure’, one Melburnian decided to fight Google for his own digital identity.
While the government has made steps to reverse our history of child sex abuses, they’re still protecting those who enabled those crimes.