The suicide of First Nation youth in this country is at a crisis point. But it is our lack of a meaningful response that should be loudly noted.
The man taping himself running over emus was found, not by police, but by social media.
The pattern is clear, our government is hellbent on punishing the whistleblowers who unearth wrongdoing, not ensuring said wrongdoing does not take place.
‘Coercive control’ is an umbrella term for a series of abuses that has, until now, gone unpunished in the realms of law. Australia, however, is lagging behind.
According to an internal investigation, the NSW police failed to act on a complaint against a known sexual offender, which resulted in a horrific outcome.
According to numerous reports, yet another Australian Catholic priest has been arrested for child sex offences dating back to the 1980s.
Yesterday, New Zealand’s new gun laws passed by a vast majority. However, the conversation on social media highlights the other part of the story.
A few weeks ago, the NSW police bristled the city with their strip searches at Central Station. According to a viral post on social media, they’ve done it again.
According to a recent study, the overwhelming majority of hate crime victims in this state are Muslim. Those of study believe that the police remain unconcerned.
Brunei instituting harsh corporal punishments for homosexuality is but one of the laws on the table. They are, unfortunately, rather serious about the changes.
The presumption of innocence is the cornerstone of our legal empire. However, a pioneering group of researchers are looking into those who were found guilty but were anything but.
The police officer who illegally accessed the database to leak the address of a domestic violence victim to a friend has been found guilty by the court. However, the story does not stop there.
The private prison system in Queensland is beset by over-crowding, low staffing and the excessive use of force. Now, their government is stepping back in, at a cost of $111 million.
After a series of alleged threated against a freelance journalist, police have arrested a notable far-right figure with ties with the NSW white supremacist community.
While the NSW police strip-searching members of the public has provoked an angry response, it also represents the first step of something galling.
In 1983, five off-duty police officers beat a 16-year-old to death. An all-white jury found the officers in question not guilty, but similar doses of violence over the years has proved it was not an isolated incident.
With organ donation now the automatic choice in the UK, I suggest that we apply the same legislation here, as our statistics are no-less galling.
After Dino secretly recorded one of Mel’s conversations, the matter is now a legal one. But, how illegal is it?
In Queensland, lawmakers are refusing citizens the right to access the personal data they hold on. This should bristle, considering the number of police officers misusing their databases.
If your workplace has randomly sprung a drug test on you, you are well within your rights to refuse it.
As it stands, a third of domestic violence victims are men. However, a conversation around that topic has been limited. Why?