№ 25 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
On July 27, Roseanne Beckett's malicious prosecution trial against the NSW government began. Wendy Bacon will blog during the proceedings.
In July 1975, Kings Cross anti-development campaigner Juanita Nielsen was disappeared. She was murdered as a result of her opposition to the development of Victoria Street. This post includes some shots of her newspaper and two others that were produced in protest against her disappearance.
The 'media trial of the century' may be over in Britain, but in Australia, there's more questions than answers, writes Wendy Bacon.
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№ 5 in Public Land is Our Land
A Sydney lawyer has accused the NSW LNP government of misleading the NSW parliament about its knowledge of a legal opinion from a renowned trust lawyer.
№ 3 in Public Land is Our Land
NSW Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner has announced a review of dealings between NSW Crown Lands and the Paddington Bowling Club
№ 24 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
Roseanne Beckett passes Channel Seven's lie detector test.
№ 23 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
Despite questions hanging over both the Crown and NSW Police involved in the convictions of Roseanne Beckett, why has no one been held accountable?
№ 22 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
Last week, Roseanne Beckett won her High Court appeal, but the NSW Attorney-General is resisting compensation. It's time to put a spotlight on the Crown's ...
№ 21 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
My last post introduced readers into an investigation into the frame-up of Roseanne Beckett (previously Catt). Three days after we published Fire Trail in ...
№ 20 in Roseanne Beckett: A Miscarriage of Justice
This week, Roseanne Beckett (previously Catt) unanimously won her appeal to the High Court of Australia against the New South Wales Director of Public ...