The legal ramifications of the Coalition's latest rorting scandal run deeper than you may think.
Flying Nazi flags is abhorrent. But new laws against them won’t make the slightest difference to Australia's drift to authoritarianism.
The government has come down again, and even harder, on the side of institutional religion, to make it crystal clear that the churches’ rights trump our personal rights in all fields.
In 1928, the murder of Fred Brooks triggered a series of events that led to a brutal – and officially sanctioned – massacre of Indigenous Australians.
A recent decision by the High Court has left people wondering whether it will be harder to find people to fund class action lawsuits now.
Critical medical care decisions are now back in the hands of bureaucrats. Those suffering on Manus Island and Nauru will not be surprised.
Given that it centres around potential ministerial impropriety, is the prime minister's decision to go straight to the police commissioner about a current investigation appropriate?
Following a huge award in a petty defamation case, the Court of Appeal has drawn an important line in the sand. Will we see the same outcome elsewhere?