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Wealthy Eastern Suburb’s cocaine users to be targeted by police for Mobile Drug Testing

11.09.17

Wealthy Eastern Suburb’s cocaine users to be targeted by police for Mobile Drug Testing Since the NSW Government cracked down on drug driving by tripling the amount of mobile drug tests (MDTs) conducted to a…

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Fake domestic violence claims – what are your rights?

08.09.17

Fake domestic violence claims – what are your rights? Daily, in Courts all over Australia, we see domestic violence charges withdrawn or dismissed due to the unreliability of alleged victims. A 40 year old Sydney…

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Profiting off our Prisoners

08.09.17

Profiting Off of Our Prisoners According to a report by Sentencing Project titled International Growth Trends in Prison Privatization, Australia has the highest number of inmates in privately operated prisons than anywhere else in the…

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Is justice only just for the rich?

29.08.17

Is justice only just for the rich? Despite 20 years of reported economic growth in Australia, many people live in poverty. Reported estimates range from 11.8% to 20% of Australians living in poverty with an…

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Should we drug test social welfare recipients?

21.08.17

Should we drug test social welfare recipients? 2000 random welfare recipients in the Canterbury-Bankstown Area will be tested for Ice, Ecstacy and Cannabis, as early as next year. In Australia’s continuous war on drugs, a…

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The Sex Abuse Scandal of the Catholic Church – Are clergy above the law?

15.08.17

The Sex Abuse Scandal of the Catholic Church – Are clergy above the law? Earlier this year, a high level Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse found that 7% of Australian priests belonging…

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Prescription Drug Abuse on the Rise

09.08.17

Prescription Drug Abuse on the Rise Prescription drugs are killing more people than illegal narcotics like heroin and it is just getting worse. According to statistics from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF), accidental deaths…

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Australia Cracking Down on Pedophiles Who Travel Abroad

03.08.17

Australia Cracking Down on Pedophiles Who Travel Abroad There are 3,200 registered pedophiles in Australia. In an announcement in May, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop reported that of the 800 registered child sex offenders who travelled…

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Sexual assault – can you give consent when you are drunk or high?

26.07.17

Sexual assault – can you give consent when you are drunk or high? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics sexual assault against females is on the rise. From 2014 to 2015 the amount of…

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Stealing from Your Employer: What Are the Penalties for Committing Larceny as a Clerk?

19.07.17

Stealing from Your Employer: What Are the Penalties for Committing Larceny as a Clerk? In 2014 Emma Greene a receptionist for Unanderra Physiotherapy and Pilates was charged with larceny as a clerk when she stole…

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