Class actions consume much of the bandwidth of the court system. Is it time for a different approach?
The fight over class actions is being fought by two sides who are each as compromised by their commercial interests as the other.
The JobKeeper program was a good-ish response under the circumstances. But that doesn't mean it was perfect, or that trying to make it better would be an admission of failure.
Immigration detention centres are not prisons. Or at least, that's how it's meant to be in theory.
The prime minister and two premiers gave very different responses to recent anti-lockdown protests. Their answers spoke volumes.
What more can be said about the way George Pell responded to revelations of child sexual abuse by Catholic priests? The newly unredacted royal commission report says it all.
A Victorian judge has handed down a decision that extends the reach of defamation law way further into the search engine’s bowels than had previously been thought possible.
The prime minister and health minister are going to have to hone their skills of persuasion and pull back on using ridiculous and insulting threats.
COVIDSafe is built on legally shaky foundations by a government operating with a trust deficit. Not a great start.
There's a growing sense of complacency as our curve continues to flatten. But Australia is not without some major problems...