With the Palaszczuk government caught out in a lie, meaningful protest seems to be under attack. But what rights do we have, really?
The leaker of the documents likened the suppression to “Nazi Germany”, the AFP raided the ABC because of it. Now, finally, the claims of murderous wrongdoing in Afghanistan are set to be investigated.
In what has been labelled the easiest drug busts in history, the NSW police have scored a $200 million drug haul in comical circumstances.
Drivers have taken to Facebook to excoriate the police, describing how they were fined over their passenger using a tablet. So, is this legal? And if so, how can you contest such a charge?
The car horn is one of our greatest allies on the road. However, in some circumstances, it is viewed as an offence. Be alert, but not alarmed.
The civil suit raised against George Pell is not an outlier, as the victims of the Catholic Church are now free to sue for damages.
According to numerous reports, yet another Australian Catholic priest has been arrested for child sex offences dating back to the 1980s.
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.
Even before he represented the police, one officer had a scheme to blackmail women into having sex with him. His powers merely gave him greater opportunity.
One of WA’s premier police officers will spend the next six months in prison after being found guilty of misusing the power he was trusted with.
Australia’s foremost military mind wants our government to increase control of the internet for our protection. But should we?
Hoping to capitalise on an apparent “police discount”, one Maroubra man attempted to pass himself off as an officer of the law. Did it work? Well…
A woman from the ACT has been sentenced after manufacturing false allegations of sexual assault against her partner.
After yet another overdose, pill testing must now be seriously considered. Forget the media angles, or the political rhetoric, it works. Simple as that.
Federal member Michaelia Cash just lost her bit to keep the details of the AFP raid on union headquarters a secret, as now she’ll have to turn everything over.
The QLD police officer that misused his powers has now been charged without fronting court. Despite this, the system continues to protect him.
Yesterday, more school-age children met the government to protest climate change. Disappointingly, no existing laws protect them.
NSW motorists have geared into debate after the government conferred parking inspectors with the power to issue demerit points for certain parking offences.
A 19-year old was fined for eating cereal whilst driving and another Perth driver was caught eating behind the wheel not long after – so what are the laws around eating and drinking while driving in NSW?
In a forward-thinking move, Victoria will now allow their most disadvantaged citizens to use the state’s public transport system free of charge.
In the wake of the national strawberry crisis, the punishment those who contaminate food is now rather serious indeed.
In a move now under consideration, the UK may outlaw secret groups on Facebook. It sounds a lot like the muffling the free speech under the guise of progress.