The death of an indigenous woman has sparked protests in Queensland, and cold comfort from those who placed her in a holding cell.
Nathan Cross has spent the last three years fighting in court to clear his name, and seek recompense from the South Australian police.
While the protesters made headlines, I feel we should also be discussing the way the Victorian police marched into the Queen Victoria Market over the weekend.
In a well-overdue move, priests in Queensland will have to report instances of child sexual abuse to the police. The other states, however, are still lagging behind.
The latest BOSCAR statistics has illuminated the divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. But how do we bridge the gap?