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Attorney-General Christian Porter (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Will the religious freedom bill protect future Folaus?

What’s the deal with this bill? Is it a Christians-only thing? Crikey answers these questions and more.

Loy Yang coal power station, part of a coal-to-hydrogen pilot project (Image: AAP/JULIAN SMITH)

Is Australia really destined for a hydrogen boom?

There are calls for Australia to commit to a future of hydrogen-based renewable energy. But like most energy solutions, the reality is not so simple.

When do Australian priests have to report child abuse?

The question of which states do and do not require ministers to report child abuse is a complicated one — and it goes all the way to the Vatican.

Is this really the end of the cash economy?

Australians increasingly forego carrying cash and the government wants to crack down on it. But not everyone is happy about the pending cancellation of paper money.

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Is Australia going to run out of oil?

Australia has consistently fallen below oil stockpile figures mandated by the International Energy Agency. Now, global tensions are highlighting why this matters.

When can the government tap your phone or read your texts?

What exactly are your rights? Who can access your call history, check your messages or listen in on your conversation, and when?

NDIS Minister Stuart Robert. (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Is sex therapy covered by the NDIS?

A recent ruling shows there are a few muddy areas in what is and isn’t covered by the NDIS. We examine what the scheme is for, and some of its common uses.

Why is it so easy for police to raid journalists?

While recent police raids of media companies have been shocking, experts say they have been a long time coming.

Why the ANU was the target of a massive cyber attack

Understanding why the Australian Nation University was targeted for a cyber attack and what might happen next.

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Can Clive Palmer demand a gag clause for Queensland Nickel workers?

Former Queensland Nickel workers are owed money. That isn't in dispute. The question here is whether Palmer is allowed to demand silence in exchange for that money.

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