One month into the NSW government’s trial of high-tech cameras to curb poor driver behaviour, and as it turns out, we’ve got a lot to answer for.
According to one local politician, the answer to Australia’s problems is reinstituting colonial-era punishment. Ok, then.
Peter Dutton is again stoking the fires of paranoia, as it seems he’s keen to magnify the domestic powers of the intelligence community.
The news that police will soon be able to stop anyone at airports and ask for their ID was met with hideous criticism. However, the move seems to be grounded in logic.
The Emoji’s reign of terror continues, as lawmakers are crippled by the subjective nature of their meaning. Brave new world.
The Victorian Liberals are looking to favour stringent new laws that will protect the sex work industry, but not those who work in it.
After one pensioner crowdfunded her rent and made it to social media, it highlighted a growing problem with our ageing population. They’re broke.
As the fallout from the banking Royal Commission continues, the government is introducing new laws to ensure the same doesn’t happen again. But not everyone is convinced.
According to freely available data, it seems that the indigenous youth of this nation are being unfairly targeted by the NSW police.
One woman was recently sent to prison after receiving a serious amount of money to treat the cancer she didn’t have. It seems oddly familiar.
The public may be out for blood, and rightfully so, but what punishments will the royal commission actually enable?
Apparently accurate up to a kilometre, the new cameras the NSW government possess will be targeting incorrect mobile phone use on our roads.
The Turnbull government has looked to streamline medicinal cannabis use, however, it is NSW that is leading the way.
According to the NSW Government, those who vape are the same as those who smoke cigarettes. But, with smoking figures down, is it a short-sighted move?
According to a recent report, the numbers of female prisoners behind bars in NSW are seriously on the rise. But why?
While horrendous doses of police brutality seem to becoming the norm, it is the culture of internal protection that will see these acts repeated.
For many of us, the issue of digital privacy is a vexing one. We’re not entirely sure about how much we still have, so we’re unsure how hard we should fight to maintain it.
After investigating horrific instances of police brutality, an independent watchdog is set to bring their findings to parliament, setting an important precedent.
As our lives become more reliant on technology, it stands to reason that we take it into consideration when we die. So, what happens to it?
Despite the historically low crime rates, one report indicates that instances of sexual assault are on the rise in the suburbs of Sydney.
In a bold new move, the NSW police will now turn up to the residences of traffic offenders to scare them straight. Knock knock, it’s the sound the police.