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News July 11, 2015
Legalising sex work in SA
A woman's murder has renewed debate in South Australia over the lack of protections for sex workers and decriminalisation of the industry.
News March 07, 2015
Criminalising those who fight against IS
The government is threatening to jail Australians who join the fight against Islamic State.
News June 06, 2015
Mining downturn hits FIFO mental health
Inquiries into fly-in fly-out workers reveal hidden depression and an industry in denial. With the weakening mining sector now delivering redundancies, it will only get worse.
News February 28, 2015
Backyard solariums creating a dangerous market
A recent ban on commercial solariums has seen many turning to backyard operations, ignoring the cancer risk.
News February 14, 2015
Adverse reaction to anti-vaccination campaigners
As the states toughen up vaccination regulations, anti-vaxxers claim their rights as parents are being denied.
News December 13, 2014
GMH auto workers Holden out for a miracle
There are still three years before General Motors pulls the pin on its South Australian operations, but plans to soften the blow remain stuck in first gear.
News November 29, 2014
Social media attacks on target halal suppliers
A small dairy producer is accused of supporting terrorism and then, perversely, of racism.
News October 25, 2014
With South Australia already reeling from impending manufacturing job losses, calls grow to sink the PM’s plan to send submarine building offshore.
News September 06, 2014
How Immigration decides asylum seekers’ age
Asylum seekers who say they are under-age are being cross-examined by immigration authorities and given new dates of birth.
News August 09, 2014
Vietnamese asylum-seeker boys on the run
While an inquiry into children in detention has been told psychological damage is being covered up, two Vietnamese boys have given immigration the slip in Darwin.
News July 26, 2014
Adelaide child asylum seekers on the run
Fifteen children fled community detention during a ministerial review. A month later, they are still missing.
News June 14, 2014
Napthine government considers the economic impact of game-hunting
Changes to the control of game-hunting in Victoria may be giving shooters the upper hand.