Media Freedom - Morrison Still Doesn't Get It

The Prime Minister continues to show his contempt for freedom of the press with his ongoing refusal to acknowledge the need to protect journalists and whistleblowers.

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More Deaths In Custody Undeline Need To Listen And Work With First Nations People

A new report today, on the eve of the coronial report into the death of Yorta Yorta woman Ms Day, showing Indigenous deaths in custody have worsened over the past year is a shocking and urgent call to action.

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Government Needs To Consult All Australians on Religious Freedom

Religious discrimination legislation affects all Australians, not just the Liberal Party room, and the Morrison Government must ensure there is time to ensure all Australians are properly consulted about this important bill.

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Government Needs To Answer Questions On Debt Collection

The Morrison Government must act to ensure bankruptcy laws are not being exploited by fringe debt collection firms.

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Morrison Not Serious About Integrity Or Tackling Corruption

The Morrison Government has today proven it is not serious about integrity or tackling corruption by voting down Labor’s motion demanding it keep its promise to establish a Commonwealth Integrity Commission.

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Home Affairs Minister Dutton Leaves ASIO Short On Foreign Interference Powers

For the second week in a row, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been caught out failing to have legislation in place to keep Australians safe.

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Callinan Calls Time on AAT Being Used as Liberal Employment Agency

The former High Court Justice hand-picked by the Morrison Government to review the Administrative Appeals Tribunal has called time on the Attorney-General and his colleagues treating the AAT as a Liberal Party employment agency.

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Labor Condemns Japan's Commercial Whaling

Labor condemns the Japanese Government’s decision to recommence the slaughter of whales following its withdrawal from the International Whaling Commission (IWC).

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Greens Port Arthur Conspiracy Theorist Must Be Sacked

Shocking comments have emerged today from a Greens candidate denying that the horrible 1996 Port Arthur massacre – in which 35 people were killed – ever happened.

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Closing The Indigenous Justice Gap

A Shorten Labor Government will deliver a $107 million package to address the disadvantage experienced by First Nations peoples in the justice system.

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