For 25 years, the State has maintained Roseanne Beckett is guilty. So, John Maconachie's opening in the malicious prosecution trial held no surprises.
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Malicious Prosecution – overall situation from Roseanne’s point of view
Innocent accused who lose appeals against conviction are in a very tough position in NSW
№ 4 in Women‘s Refuges
Muslim women save their refuge
In June, Sydney's Muslim Women's Association refuge faced closure. After a strong campaign, it won back its NSW government funding
Crucial Confidential transcript missing from Paddo Bowls Inquiry
A transcript of a confidential hearing in an inquiry into possible corruption in affairs of the Paddington Bowling Club is missing.
№ 7 in Public Land is Our Land
Judge decides Woollahra Council should wait for ICAC
NSW Land and Environment Court rules Woollahra Council was right to put CSKS Holdings DA on hold until NSW ICAC investigates land deal
№ 3 in Women‘s Refuges
Concerns Remain For Regional Women’s Refuges After Win For City Services
As a range of inner city services are saved from the NSW Goverment’s axe, attention is turning to the fate of refuges in regional areas.
We all have a public interest in the National Curriculum
The National Curriculum is of huge significance which is why it's of public interest that a dramatic rewrite has been recommended by a racist and sexist.
Professor Spurr’s emails
This is a partial transcript of Barry Spurr's emails first published in New Matilda
If lawmaking needs more time Albo, tell the public before the vote
Labor MP Albanese says first spy bill too rushed but will he act to stop unseemly haste to pass second security bill opposed by civil liberties groups
More bible study, less dreaming stories, less enjoyment, more memorising
Professor Spurr's report on the English literature syllabus of the National Curriculum Review calls for a return to tradition including more Bible study