Greg BarnsAug 8, 20176 Comments
Comcare is a workplace regulator with serious teeth. So why is it not doing more to stop what is happening on Manus Island?
Greg BarnsJul 25, 201723 Comments
Just how well is Peter Dutton handling his expanded ministerial power? For one thing, he seems to be able to decide people's fate in about the amount of time it takes to watch Law and Order.
Greg BarnsJun 29, 201710 Comments
The issue is one of what is termed "apprehended bias", made famous during the Dyson Heydon controversy of 2015.
Greg BarnsJun 8, 201715 Comments
Our prison system thinks it is acceptable to subject troubled young people to enduring isolation, boredom, capricious discipline and humiliation.
Greg BarnsMay 31, 20171 Comment
Prisoners are not receiving adequate mental health care, with sometimes fatal consequences.
Greg BarnsApr 2, 201320 Comments
National campaign director of the newly formed WikiLeaks Party, Greg Barns, outlines how Julian Assange could become a Senator -- and how to deal with the pesky not-actually-in-Australia issue.
Greg BarnsSep 12, 20112 Comments
One of the CCC’s reasons for failing to investigate these matters was cost.
Greg BarnsJul 28, 20114 Comments
Former St Kilda footballer Andrew Lovett, acquitted of r-pe charges in Melbourne on Monday, faced not just judgment by a judge and jury but a trial by media.
Greg BarnsJul 14, 20114 Comments
Suppression orders are a necessary antidote to media sensationalism and bias, and vigilantism, of the online and physical form.
Greg BarnsJun 29, 201110 Comments
A US judge observed that children’s and teenage literature is full of examples of violence and it is not banned. Snow White’s story is as bloody as any violent video game