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News November 02, 2019
Unpausing the robo-debt algorithm
Government officials have admitted that the robo-debt system accidentally sent out 10,000 debt notices in April. But questions remain about who knew of the problem and whether it could happen again.
News August 10, 2019
The pipe dream of nuclear power
Although a parliamentary inquiry is revisiting the possibility of nuclear power in Australia, recent history suggests any support is unlikely to gain critical mass.
News October 19, 2019
Robo-debt restart affects thousands
EXCLUSIVE: Leaked correspondence shows an error caused the controversial robo-debt algorithm to ‘unpause’ in April this year.
News April 20, 2019
The long road home from Syria
Repatriating from foreign conflict zones the Australian women and children who became caught up in Daesh’s now-defunct reign of terror will require exacting planning and consideration.
News February 23, 2019
The aged-care royal commission
While the royal commission into aged care has begun by exposing distressing cases of neglect, experts warn that it is the generations currently unaffected – and uninterested – who must become engaged in order for standards to improve.
News September 29, 2018
Inquest on Wayne Fella Morrison
As an inquest into the death in custody of Wayne Fella Morrison continues, his family hopes for justice while the South Australian government cuts funding to key Aboriginal legal services.
News August 11, 2018
3D-printed weapons and the law
The legality of using 3D printers to produce firearms has made headlines here and in the US, but what of the actual practicalities?