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Digital Platform Regulators Forum communique
Public Appointments Framework – Guaranteeing merit and independence
Digital Platform Regulators Forum names algorithms, digital transparency and increased collaboration as priorities for 2022/23
Much-needed road repairs planned for Spooners Avenue
ATO Legal Professional Privilege Protocol
New Laws Criminalising Grossly Offensive Public Conduct
Assange extradition dangerous assault on international journalism
Retailers must ensure compliance with privacy laws
ABC Radio National – Breakfast with Patricia Karvelas
Supporting Media Diversity And Jobs In Regions
Real Finance to pay $1.36m to borrowers for unreasonable fees
ASIC highlights focus areas for 30 June 2022 reporting
Fine for Marangaroo unlicensed vehicle seller
Defamation explained: Could Depp v Heard happen here?
ABC announces Executive Producers of Four Corners, 7.30 and Foreign Correspondent
Kennedy Awards make right decision to cut ties with fake union
Support for DFV survivors through video evidence and extra protections for journalists become law
What new data on leadership trends reveals about Australians
TLRI recommends reform of laws covering LGBTQA+ conversion practices
Steel fabrication company fined after incident involving an apprentice
Timor bugging prosecution abandonment of judicial oversight of intelligence services most ill-considered and dangerous
Ibac frenzy exposes wide divide between Victorian and federal Liberals
Pork barrel politics isn’t just about integrity; it is corrupt 15 May
New advisory board enhances transparency of Public Trustee
Governments wouldn’t get far having ‘no truck’ for lawyers
Facebook Revelations an Attack on Democracy
‘Public hearings expose corruption’: legal experts back federal ICAC as Scott Morrison ditches promise
MPs contradict Morrison on federal ICAC
New app shines spotlight on threatened species this election
Pork barrel politics isn’t just about integrity; it is corrupt
World Press Freedom Day 2022: government must show its commitment through action, not just words
In bid to address burnout, University of Toronto-led study examines nurses’ work environment during Covid
Reserve Bank pleased with strong public interest in Future of Money
New police oversight Commissioner
New research: Public hearings expose corruption
High Court decision gives Courts more ability to deal with CFMMEUs law breaking
Landmark High Court decision paves way for maximum penalties to be imposed against CFMMEU
Professional athletes subjected to unjustified collection of personal data
Transparency win in fight to save bight
Stage 2 Defamation Reform Process Begins 5 April
Minister makes final call on Bundaberg coal proposal
CPA Australia responds to Opposition’s Budget Reply: Labor’s policy plan missing some key pieces
Mathematician honoured with ‘Nobel Prize of Computing’
CPA Australia responds to 2022-23 Federal Budget: Government takes small step towards consolidation
SA Election result victory for public services
ILR expertise in civic action empowers communities to build more equitable future
Free entry to celebrate pool’s 60th anniversary
Government must invest in regional media or more outlets will close