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Yarn Bombing

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  • 09 November 2022
Yarn Bombing Yarn bombing is an artform where colourful knitting is applied to common street objects such as fire hydrants and telegraph poles. The practice of yarn bombing is said to have orig
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The other stolen generation

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  • 02 November 2022
The Other Stolen Generation Hearing anecdotal evidence from the son of a migrant woman, who in the 1950s, had one of her twins stolen from a Redfern maternity hospital, persuaded me to research
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The Witch Trials of Early Modern Europe

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  • 02 November 2022
The Witch Trials of Early Modern Europe Between 1500 and 1700 Europe was gripped by ‘witchcraze’ hysteria. Witch hunting became a gendered phenomenon which conspired mainly against
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Excellent Court Results

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  • 25 October 2022
One Week of Wonders The week commencing 17 October 2022 was another week filled with remarkable results! On 17 October 2022 we attended Newtown Local Court and we received a sentence that w
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Coercive Control

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  • 06 October 2022
The Criminalisation of Coercive Control The murder of Brisbane mother Hannah Clarke and her three children has been a beacon for the issue of coercive control. For a long time, Hannah Clarke w
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Vaping and the Law

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  • 14 September 2022
Vaping and the Law Vapes also known colloquially as, e-cigs, vape pens, e-hookah’s, pods, and stigs are a modern twist on traditional cigarettes (NSW State Library). Vapes are battery op
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Drug -Decriminalisation

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  • 09 September 2022
Reconceptualising Drug Crime Amidst calls for drug decriminalisation in the Western World, former US president Donald Trump has praised China for its draconian stance on drug supply. However, C
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The Dawson Murder

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  • 07 September 2022
How a Podcast Delivered Justice to Lynette Dawson After forty years, two coronial inquests, an application for permanent stay of proceedings and a nine-week trial, Justice Ian Harrison confirme
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The Suspect Target Management Plan (STMP)

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  • 11 July 2022
Time to face facts. The Suspect Target Management Plan (STMP) is now an initiative adopted by the New South Wales Police Force. STMP is a police watch list which identifies people who are believed
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Restraint Clauses in Employment Contracts

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  • 29 October 2021
  Restraint of Trade or Restraint Clauses appear regularly in employment contracts. Most people do not think twice about them and are just thankful they secured the job or position.
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