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News June 28, 2014
Peter Greste’s cruel imprisonment in Egypt
Peter Greste has become an innocent pawn in Egypt’s propaganda war, his parents collateral damage.
News June 14, 2014
Renovated truths and a royal commission into trade unions
Lack of evidence has done nothing to extinguish the fires of controversy over Julia Gillard’s former relationship with Bruce Wilson, and the media campaign that followed.
News June 21, 2014
High Court win on school chaplaincy funding
The High Court has ruled against the government’s controversial school chaplaincy scheme. A report on the man who beat God.
News June 14, 2014
Catching teenage baby murderer Harley Hicks
Part two of The Saturday Paper’s report on the brutal killing of 11-month-old Zayden Veal-Whitting, and the court case that followed. (Part one.)
News June 07, 2014
Tracing the path of teenage baby killer Harley Hicks
A mother wakes to find her baby beaten to death in his cot, murdered by an ice-addicted stranger. Here, part one in a two-part series.
News May 31, 2014
Cornall report into the death of Reza Barati on Manus Island
The report into Reza Barati’s death on Manus Island only serves to highlight the reckless endorsement by both sides of politics of a grossly unsuitable processing centre.
News May 24, 2014
On the ethical fringe of euthanasia
The consequences for the elderly when even doctors insist euthanasia is an irrational act.
Business May 17, 2014
Exposing privileged trading
How two uni mates ended up at the centre of a multimillion-dollar insider trading scandal.
News May 10, 2014
Inside the mind of a paedophile
It’s an act so abhorrent people recoil at its mention. Martin McKenzie-Murray unpicks the stigma, and his own experience, to examine what is actually known about child abusers.
News May 03, 2014
Breaking the law to force euthanasia debate
Inside the conspiracy of silence holding back the euthanasia debate, and the doctor waiting for police to arrest him.
News April 26, 2014
Our family violence shame
Government pledges to act on domestic violence have failed to stop the spate of family murders.
News April 19, 2014
The two sides of Oscar Pistorius
He’s known as Blade Runner, but it was the steel of a gun that derailed Pistorius’s extraordinary life.