Does a Face Mask Requirement Infringe on Human Rights?

Victoria’s rapid outbreak of COVID-19 saw the state’s parliament introduce mandatory face coverings. Does the right to life ultimately triumph over personal choice?

Law on the Age of Criminal Responsibility in NSW: An Interview with Greens MP David Shoebridge

Decision to raise the age of criminal responsibility has been deferred until at least 2021. What's the current age of criminal responsibility for a child? Click here to find out...

NSW Man Charged with Peeping into Wagga Wagga Home Before Punching Police Officer

A 34-year-old NSW man has allegedly peeped into the window of a home before assaulting a police officer has been arrested and charged.

Adelaide Man Wanted for Providing False Name to Police Finally Surrenders to Threat of Unleashed Police Dog

The threat of a police dog was what it took for a 25-year-old wanted man to stop and surrender himself to officers following a foot chase.

Minister David Elliot Cleared of Impersonating Police Officer by Internal Review Without Following Proper Process

An internal review into Police Minister David Elliott allegedly impersonating a police officer in a road-rage incident has cleared him of wrongdoing before consulting legal advice.

Indian Chef from NSW Pleads Guilty to Making Hoax Bomb Threat on International Flight

3939-year-old Sanjay Korat made phone calls asserting there was a bomb on an airline flight traveling from Mumbai to Singapore has pleaded guilty.

‘Family Court Bomber’ Leonard Warwick Found Guilty of Three Counts of Murder

73-year-old Leonard Warwick committed “extreme violence” with “tragic consequences”, commencing in 1980 when he shot & murdered one of the presiding Judges over his custody dispute, who left his family at the dinner table to answer the ringing doorbell- only to be shot by Mr Warwick outside his home.

Sixth Young Man Arrested After Train Station Affray

Young men were seen wielding knives, a hammer and a machete at Rooty Hill train station has now led to the arrest of 6 teenagers.

Law and Penalties for Damaging or Defacing Trains and Train Stations in NSW

35-year-old council worker Daniel Mills has allegedly defaced trains and stations in NSW with graffiti leaving a $30,312 cleaning bill for taxpayers has been charged.

Inquest Into the Death of Indigenous Man in Custody Highlights the Need for Change: An Exclusive Interview with Barrister Stephen Lawrence from The Wigs

The last minute appeal that authorised the ‘Black Lives Matter Protest’ in NSW: an exclusive interview with The Wigs’ barrister Stephen Lawrence.


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