Crikey August 11, 2017
Need to work out the kinks of "Send Bill to Jail" campaign ... power play ... Abbott's jacket offensive ...
Josh Taylor June 19, 2017 3 Comments
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has released footage of Border Force officers testing GoPro cameras on the water.
Josh Taylor May 29, 2017 7 Comments
Alan Tudge says he does in fact have legal advice to say he was allowed to release a Centrelink recipient's private information. And no, you cannot see it.
Josh Taylor May 15, 2017 2 Comments
The Australian Taxation Office has been told it should process an freedom of information request hosted on transparency website Right to Know.
Josh Taylor March 20, 2017 7 Comments
After more than 1000 days, Attorney-General George Brandis has finally released his diary.
Michael Bradley February 10, 2017 11 Comments
Even after George Brandis lost his appeal in the full Federal Court to keep his diary a secret, he has still refused to release it. Does that constitute a contempt charge?
Sally Whyte February 8, 2017 5 Comments
The Department of Human Services is flouting Freedom of Information guidelines in rejecting and delaying multiple requests for information on Centrelink's automatic data matching system.
Josh Taylor January 27, 2017 10 Comments
Mitch Fifield's office tried numerous, spurious reasons as to why it could not possibly be transparent with the public about the meetings he was taking on their behalf, but they were all rejected.
Sally Whyte December 21, 2016 14 Comments
Does Centrelink think you owe money that you don't think you owe? Here is what to do next.