Latest Justice News

Ending Stolen Generations, meeting promise
Youth Justice Taskforce
Lithgow Library Learning Centre announces launch of Tovertafel – Magic Table
Police update: Charges – Robbery in Coconut Grove
School based inclusion and diversity program launched today
Colonial First State to pay $20 million penalty for misleading superannuation members
Responses to people with disability in justice system are often ‘inadequate’ and can significantly impact their rights to justice
Law and Justice Groups in Central Australia
Statistics reveal value of new DOC infringement system
CCTV footage released as investigations continue into Doonside murder, NSW
Gender equality in freedom of expression remains distant goal -UN expert
Joan Oliver gets law degree aged 75
Applications for new Indigenous Justice Research Program are now open
Police lay charges – Robbery in Katherine
Trio apprehended for property crime at Tennant Creek
New Grants To Help Young People Reach Their Potential
Police lay charges over property offences in Darwin 18 October
Week Without Violence 2021
New Chairperson appointed to Parole Board of Northern Territory
Police charge man after Shepparton stabbing
Charge – Hit and Run – Wagaman
Appointment of judges to FCFCOA
Revved up safety standards for quad bikes
How you can access support during Sexual Violence Awareness Month
Statement on parliamentary report on first nations deaths in custody
Judge of High Court appointed
Increased resources for Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia Newcastle Registry
Governments must harness power of climate protests, not suppress them – UN expert
TASCAT Bill passes Lower House
Future Fund investments must be subject to FOI laws
Waverley Council launches new Cultural Diversity Strategy
Infant Loss Remembrance Day shines light on miscarriage
Next steps in action plan for indigenous rights kicks off
Unrepresented litigants in Victoria navigating family law system will benefit from pro-bono legal assistance scheme
Governments must stop denying torture and hold officials to account – UN human rights expert
Closing gap for Aboriginal people in custody
Government puts $3m crime-stopping grants in cloud
New courthouses for Tauranga and Whanganui
Arrests under security law are serious concern, UN experts call for review: Hong Kong
Statement on dog tortured and killed in Sydney
Two jailed over $3.96 million methamphetamine seizure
New Powers To Support Special Investigator Probe
Operation Fair Play targeting domestic violence offences, NSW
Bush Camps Helping put at-risk kids Back on Track
Carers NSW Celebrates National Carers Week 2021
Bachelet hails landmark recognition that having healthy environment is human right
Project Engage, Gold Coast District
Collaery trial: welcome removal of secrecy orders but prosecution should not proceed