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The unreality of Pell’s sentencing

The unreality of Pell’s sentencing

Inside the courtroom for the final day of Pell's historic trial.

The roar of pain and loss echoes throughout Victoria’s Supreme Court

The roar of pain and loss echoes throughout Victoria’s Supreme Court

James Gargasoulas' victims and their families spoke of loss and depression, and of more than depression: a sudden loss of interest in everything, a collapse of all meaning, really, as the world revealed its utter indifference to what we love.

Queensland man detained for over 40 years beyond sentence

Queensland man detained for over 40 years beyond sentence

Evidence was ignored in the case of a Queensland man seeking the lifting of an indefinite detention order.

Tudge, Hunt and Sukkar are not conservatives. They are anarchists.

Tudge, Hunt and Sukkar are not conservatives. They are anarchists.

The ministers comments have damaged public faith in the only pillar of government that stands uncorrupted by our 116 years of constitutional nationhood.

NSW set to penalise defendants for testing the prosecution

NSW set to penalise defendants for testing the prosecution

It's no surprise that NSW A-G John Hatzistergos is planning to introduce a patently unfair change to sentencing laws, writes Greg Barns.

The law, not emotion, should determine Towle sentencing

The law, not emotion, should determine Towle sentencing

In my view, the Mildura driver, Thomas Towle, who killed six young people should walk free in 6 months time, writes Peter Faris QC.