Nick Xenophon was recently interviewed on BBC World Service where he discussed the UK’s decision to ban Huawei technology from its 5G networks.
Bernard Collaery is being prosecuted in secret by the Australian Government for his role exposing the Howard Government’s illegal bugging of the Timor-Leste Government in 2004. While little is known about what’s been said in court, we have prepared a short explainer on the background of the case.
National security is being used to bully Bernard Collaery and cover-up the wrongdoing of a previous Coalition government.
A Parliamentary Committee has warned that NSW’s Government oversight bodies are no longer able to fulfill their “statutory and constitutional functions.”
Emergency legislation gives the Attorney General power to change legislation without first having to subject the changes to a parliamentary vote.
In the absence of any coherent policies to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, State Premiers are falling over themselves to create new fines and prison terms.
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