In the wake of the national strawberry crisis, the punishment those who contaminate food is now rather serious indeed.
Recently, the worst of our fears were realised when a pregnant woman was killed. But how does the law dole out blame in this instance?
As part of Dutton’s new laws, if your device is confiscated at the airport, the ABF can now hold it without the need for a warrant for 14 days.
Despite us being a secular country, our religious PM is set to enable a raft of discriminatory laws last seen in the fires of the marriage equality debate.
With the trial of the spy Witness K underway, many are wondering if a cloaked trial is merely another layer of self-preservation.
The Victoria’s Sudanese crime wave has been a topic of debate. But does it actually anything more than that?
The inadvertent miscounting the amount of drug crime is concerning. Not for the error, but for the amount of money and time they’ve wasted fighting this “epidemic” over the last eight years.
In the SME realm, everything comes down to risk. This holds true for legal matters, but doing it yourself often costs you in the long run.
In the wake of a violent brawl in Victoria, Scott Morrison suggested that the local police was not up to the task of managing further violence. But is he correct?
According to a ruling in the US legal system, withdrawn consent does not qualify as rape. It is exactly ruling like these that stop victims from coming forward.
Due to the repeated acts of violence against them, there’s a push for paramedics to now wear body cameras during their shifts.
After an in-game punch resulted in a broken jaw, there’s discussion to whether this qualifies as assault.
The surveillance state grows ever larger, as the power to intercept our phone calls is now being debated. It is expected to pass with bi-partisan support.
A penchant for cosplay has lead to a lengthy jail sentence, as one Sydney man has been tried for 3D printing replica firearms. Too much?
The reported instances of police misconduct has swung back against the QLD police, as now a group of citizens have decided to stand against them.
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.