In social security circles, the “couple rule” is used to bind a couple (and what payments they can receive) together. Disappointingly, this system deals exclusively in black and white and leaves no space for victims.
An inquiry into the NSW police’s strip search program has discovered that the threat of public humiliation is commonplace, and is used to garner compliance.
The sensational arrest of Jeffrey Epstein should merely illuminate the dark and far-reaching corners of human trafficking, an industry worth $99 billion annually.
An independent review discovered that the Queensland Police are failing to take sexual assault allegations seriously, citing a wilful indifference in how complaints are lodged.
According to a cybersecurity expert (and the AFP itself), the fine print of our anti-encryption laws emboldened the June’s brazen raid of the ABC.
With many losing hope with either side of government, protest seems like the only way to be heard. However, it’s best you know your rights before you take it to the streets.
According to research from two universities, the much-maligned lockout laws do nothing to reduce alcohol consumption or violent assaults, they’ve clearly just moved the problem to other areas.
After flaming a local doctor with a negative Google review, the NSW Supreme Court has ordered a Sydney woman to pay that doctor half a million dollars in damages.
The NSW police’s strip search crusade is not only breaking their own protocols, but they’re also breaking the law.
After a year-long investigation, a panel has found that instances of forcible organ transplants are far higher than what the Chinese government has previously stated.
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 Morrison government is looking to not only crack our encrypted data, but also share it will like-minded nations to purportedly keep us safe.
Michel Platini, the ex-president of European football has been arrested by corruption investigators over Qatar’s winning bid to host the 2022 World Cup.
The NSW’s singular push is to eliminate drug possession. However, the damage they’ve done strip searching the innocent should be the point raised.
According to BOSCAR, instances of domestic violence-related murders has doubled in the last year. Our national epidemic lives on.
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 freedom of the press is under attack in this country. What we need is more outrage and more protections offered to those who uncover the truth.
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 a leading magistrate, the NSW government’s drug-driving push is poorly thought out, that some are losing their licence over passive smoking.
Israel Folau is heading to the Federal Court on the basis that he was fired for practising his religion. However, the law is stacked against him.
The AFP raiding the house of a journalist is not about muzzling the media, it has everything to do with our government’s war on whistleblowers.