In case you missed any of them, here’s a look at last week’s articles:
The days of the “Covid dictator” in politics are over
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard is retiring from politics and perhaps best remembered for his tough stance on lockdowns and vaccinations.
Probative value is of paramount importance in determining the admissibility of trend evidence
The nation’s highest court clarified that probative value, rather than objective similarity of the offense, is of paramount importance in determining whether pattern evidence is admissible.
NSW Police are stepping up pre-protest visits to activists’ homes to intimidate and silence dissent
Officers came to the homes of activists unannounced as protests approached in a bid to intimidate them into not showing up.
The law, defenses and penalties for attempted murder in New South Wales
A man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly held a police sergeant’s head underwater in a stream.
The offense of importing a commercial quantity of border controlled drugs into Australia
Packages of coconut water allegedly containing liquid methamphetamine with a street value of $1.6 billion have been seized en route to Australia.
Domestic violence group warns proposed coercive control laws could make abuse worse
Proposed “coercive control” laws have been criticized for not defining the term and only applying to intimate partners.
Humanizing Delhi’s Homeless: An Interview with Param Jeet Kaur of Aashray Adhikar Abhiyan
The road to humanizing the homeless in Delhi has been long and arduous, with lessons on how to improve the lives of those living on our own streets.
Delhi’s Paharganj Main Bazaar: Digital Images of Organized Chaos
The sights, sounds and smells of Paharganj Delhi’s main bazaar are a stark contrast to the barren streets of Sydney.
Let’s talk about queer feminist rights with the Nazariya Foundation of Delhi
The organization has helped to help some of the most victimized and vulnerable members of society.
The impact of juror misconduct on the right to a fair trial
The aborted trial of the man accused of sexually assaulting Brittany Higgins highlights the impact of juror misconduct.
NSW needs less representation of a nation in Parliament, not more
One nation leader Mark Latham has found a way to get more members of his party into parliament.
McBride’s public interest defense fiasco shows the Labor is also on the hunt for the whistleblower
Labor foiled an attempt by the ADF lawyer who exposed war crimes in Afghanistan to establish that his actions were in the public interest.
Nuclear-capable B-52s in Australia targeting China? “Yes sir, Mr. Biden,” says Anthony
Australia continues to be a watchdog for the United States when it comes to going to war.
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