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FOI DOCUMENTS REVEAL EXTENT OF LABOR’S LINKS TO ISRAELI MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
New report exposes critical issues and highlights reforms needed in Freedom of Information culture and practices
Upcoming Changes To Application Fees 17 June
Budget Boost For Police
Black drivers in Chicago more likely to be stopped by police than ticketed by a camera
No, China Is Not Buying Up All US Farmland
New laws to protect personal information of Western Australians
Failings exposed in primate research oversight
Appointment Of Australian Information Commissioner
World Press Freedom Day 2024: Another Year Wasted
Australian Prime Minister Radio interview – ABC RN Breakfast
Queensland Government backs road safety data reform to save lives
Strip searching children continues despite Minns’ review into the practice
Queensland Information Commissioner Appointed
Blackburn South Scouts Hall – Backgrouund
Exposed: The grim reality for 5.5 billion wild animals on profit-driven wildlife farms
Woodside Still Ignoring Community And Climate Science
Victoria Should Consider Proactive Disclosure to Unclog FOI System
Rex Patrick’s FOI Case Part of Broader Case for Urgent FOI Reform
Upholding Integrity Of Public Sector Information
Blackburn South Scouts Hall – statement
Australia?s FOI Act not fit for purpose in age of automation
Jacinta Allan must explain secret deals with Tennis Australia worth more than $100 million
Papalia referred to Corruption and Crime Commission over creating ‘home invasion’ risk
IT’S OFFICIAL: WA Cops admit Papalia’s maps ‘endanger public safety’
JOINT RELEASE: Democracy groups call on Government to overhaul broken FOI system in line with inquiry report
Freedom of Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner appointments
Victoria Police numbers continue to fall under Labor
Pezzullo reports are symptomatic of widespread attacks on press freedom in Australia
Public hospitals plagued by rodents under the Andrews Government
Broken health system leads to 120 years’ worth of ambulance ramping
Accountable governance requires effective FOI
South Australia Proves Australia’s Freedom of Information System can be Fixed
Chief Minister and Attorney-General
Council’s call for practical timber transition continues
Changes to certain application fees
NDIS families call for the gutting of the Department of Child Protection
Damning evidence of massive private school overfunding
Upcoming changes to application fees
MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS DECLINE REQUEST FOR IN-PERSON COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON MASSIVE SEISMIC BLASTING PROPOSAL IN OTWAYS
REX PATRICK CALLS FOR PROPER OAIC FUNDING AFTER THE COURT FINDS THAT RESOURCES TO DEAL WITH FOI DELAYS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GOVERNMENT
Profit-Price Spiral an Inconvenient Truth for Big Business: Economists
Livelihoods destroyed at hands of Victorian Premier
RECOGNITION OF GOVERNMENT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PATIENTS WELCOMED IN FEDERAL BUDGET
Bolstering Australia’s national privacy and FOI regulator
World Press Freedom Day 2023: Australia going backwards on press freedom
High Commissioner statement: World Press Freedom Day
New laws boost protections for people to engage with Royal Commission