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Reforms For Double Jeopardy And Subsequent Appeals
“I could do it tomorrow” – Attorney General boasts that he can, and will not, raise age of criminal responsibility
Drumgold V Board Of Inquiry Outcome
Miles Government Backs Helping Hand For Queensland Kids
UN report highlights risk of more and gross human rights violations if South Sudan’s conflict drivers remain unaddressed
Realising Australia’s strategic partnership with the Philippines
New Special Magistrates For ACT
Therapy Dog Zoey ‘sworn in’ to the Federal Circuit and Family Court in Hobart
Police Commissioner claims access to weapons will be subject to review following double homicide involving Senior Constable
Horrific violations and abuses as fighting spreads – report: Sudan
Two New Sentencing Council Members Appointed
Alice Springs Youth Detention Centre ready for Operation
New Intensive On Country trial tackles juvenile First Nation offenders
What is Sora? A new generative AI tool could transform video production and amplify disinformation risks
Human Rights must guide the completion of South Sudan’s transition – UN experts
Reserve citizenship deprivation only for most extraordinary of cases
Global journalist unions call for US government to free Assange
2 key Youth Engagement Education Reform package initiatives
Goulburn Correctional Centre remains critical to the NSW prison system
Director of Public Prosecutions appointed
Statement from Minister for Multicultural Affairs
Two new magistrates appointed to Local Court
Important work implementing Commission of Inquiry recommendations continues
Retailers welcome WA’s tougher penalties for assaults on retail workers
Cook Government increases penalties for assaults on retail workers
More Camps and Youth Patrols
New correctional officers celebrate graduation into frontline of public safety
$2 million to support diverse women find employment
Taskforce launched on Chief Psychiatrist’s review into complex mental health care
New youth bail accommodation underway for Tennant Creek
UN Child Rights Committee publishes findings on Bulgaria, Congo, Lithuania, Russian Federation, Senegal and South Africa
Final government response to Board of Inquiry report
Government law and order crackdown begins
Māori face significant harm from axing govt funding of background reports
Strengthening witness protections for victims and survivors of sexual abuse
Judges must be free to speak about racial and gender inequity, says UN expert: USA
Committed to reducing First Nations over-representation in justice system
Taskforce Guardian trifecta in youth crime blitz across Townsville, Cairns and Brisbane South
Youth justice system continues to fail young Tasmanians 31 January 2024
Australia, US back calls for tech company data provision to protect children
Government continues to support Tasmania’s legal sector
Access to justice top of Budget wish list
Labor’s courts crisis puts Victorians at risk
Bail program leads way in Closing Gap
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples experiencing intergenerational trauma
Criminal ringleaders face serious jail time as reform is proposed for at risk youth