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Law and order during Covid
Regional media support needs accountability – MEAA
Union calls for public ownership guarantee for renewable energy future
National party members are betraying their constituents if they overturn uranium mining ban in NSW
Non-compliance publication notice Big Li Ceiling Pty Ltd
MEAA welcomes proposed Queensland journalists’ shield law
Publication of reports on MV Al Kuwait June 2020
New tech and policy lab to tackle biggest challenges in tech ecosystem
Statement on Ruby Princess Special Commission of Inquiry
Queensland needs journalist shield laws now
Heart age test prompts lifestyle changes
Macquarie general security water restrictions lifted
Major parties reject need for parliamentary standards
Lachlan general security water restrictions lifted
NSW first to pass national defamation reforms
Court approves tattoo parlour despite community and Council opposition
Port Phillip Council to continue to invest in vulnerable children’s future
Serving up better pandemic meals
More funds flow for public interest journalism
ACMA grants $5 million to support public interest journalism
NZ police response to IPCA report into excessive force during arrest
Commissioner Statement – Outcome of arrest of man at Kilburn, South Australia
ACCC’s draft mandatory code on digital platforms is welcome but needs more work – MEAA
ASIC review of 31 December 2019 financial reports
ACCC proposes to continue to allow airlines to cooperate on regional routes
Better integrating consumer-driven energy
‘smart state’ is pretty dumb when it comes to ag education
Transparency needed for consultation process
Public interest journalism wins in defamation reforms
New Zealand homicide report now available online
Nation agrees to NSW-led defamation revolution
How housing crisis has worsened during COVID-19
Hope in time of climate change
Building Australia Model to unlock infrastructure investment, create jobs and kick-start economy after Covid-19
New book by Manchester researchers provides analysis of male-male murder
How ABC will continue to connect and unite Australians in a new era
Focuses for financial reporting under COVID-19 conditions
Anthony Reilly appointed as new Queensland Ombudsman
NSW councils: changes to developer donations will delay investment in public infrastructure
Possible prosecution of journalist must be dropped – MEAA
Law Council expresses concern over AFP referral, calls for legal reform to protect journalism
Chair for New Child Death Review Board in Queensland announced
Government’s response to e-cigarettes inquiry another win for public health and a short
Premier must grant immunity to public servants for COVID-19 inquiry
Government not keeping tabs on border exemptions
ABC Five-Year Plan 2020-2025
Disciplinary Committee cancels liquidator Amanda Young’s registration
Contingency fees should be opposed in nsw to protect litigants’ interests and lawyers’ duties