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News May 19, 2018
Cash economy under pressure
The government’s crackdown on cash transactions could not only change the way Australians spend, but also affect our overall privacy.
News August 05, 2017
The assisted dying campaign in Victoria
As the Victorian government makes the case for assisted dying legislation, a strategic campaign from social conservatives and religious groups hopes to torpedo the proposed amendments.
News September 30, 2017
Why we’re not getting a federal ICAC
Whistleblowers suggest a senate committee’s failure to recommend the establishment of a federal anti-corruption body is another sign of a system unwilling to subject itself to scrutiny.
News February 04, 2017
Wayne Morrison’s family questions secrecy over his death
More than four months since the death in custody of an Indigenous man, his family awaits details from correctional services of how it happened.
News December 10, 2016
Exclusive: Don Dale training manual revealed
Documents obtained under freedom of information laws show how NT corrections officers violated official procedures at Don Dale.