Maria has been homeless for 14 years, ever since she lost her last WA public housing property due to arrears she has since repaid. Her story is not unique.
It's estimated at least 1000 children a year are made homeless by WA bureaucracy. If this is an over-estimate, the government might want to say so, because it’s utterly damning.
The deaths of First Nations people need to be more than just a footnote in another royal commission.
From Djab Wurrung to violence against women to public transport: activist groups have started to get wise to what this government really is.
Victoria is set to repeal its draconian public drunkenness offence, but there are other laws around the country which lead to similar risks.
The new film has drawn huge praise and intense ire, but the director says it's ultimately been misinterpreted. Are audiences just ignorant about Australian history?
Australia's policy imagination is moored in disciplinary logic. Maya Newell's new doco shows the harm that can cause.