Bob Gosford June 19, 2017 17 Comments
The judge seemed uninterested in the “extremely difficult set of circumstances” the boy was facing.
Crikey August 11, 2016
Can the manufacturer of the tear gas used in Don Dale against children be held liable? Freelance journalist John Power investigates.
Crikey August 3, 2016 1 Comment
Catfight ... text from Barnesy ... Don Dale success story ...
Crikey August 1, 2016 9 Comments
The Northern Territory's justice system is far more complicated than the southern states chattering classes believe, writes former chief minister Shane Stone.
Bob Gosford July 29, 2016 3 Comments
Brand-new royal commissioner Brian Ross Martin says he’s the right man to look into allegations of abuse of young prisoners at the Don Dale facility, and that neither he nor any other Supreme Court justice had any inkling of what was going on there. But that turns out not to be true. In June 2014, […]
Crikey July 29, 2016 3 Comments
Britain sent its most undesirable people to a far-off land to be tortured in secret, away from British eyes. Is it any wonder we have kept up the tradition? ABC presenter and freelance writer Nick Rheinberger explains.
Crikey July 28, 2016 1 Comment
Giles v the kids ... Trump's not so AMA ... Abetz the biggest loser ...
Crikey July 28, 2016 6 Comments
It has been two years since Abbott "stopped the boats". But Turnbull's royal commission into youth detention centres could unravel the centrepiece of that policy, writes former Howard communications adviser Paula Matthewson
Bernard Keane July 27, 2016 9 Comments
At least Nigel Scullion was being honest in admitting he hadn't shown much interest in the Four Corners story on juvenile detention abuses in his home territory. Adam Giles was much worse.
Crikey July 27, 2016 5 Comments
Four Corners showed children locked in solitary confinement, physically restrailed and gassed. The worst part? It was all legal, writes Darwin lawyer Matt Punch.