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There's been some debate over the recent conviction of George Pell, whose first trial ended with a hung jury, and the second a unanimous guilty verdict.
As restrictions enacted to combat COVID-19 begin easing across Australia, the issue of managing potential outbreaks within prisons continues to remain a challenge for state governments.
You’ve probably never heard of Huang Ziling. The young, poor and unmarried Chinese woman from the Guangxi province worked as a waitress in Guangzhou up until January 2014.
Much of the focus surrounding COVID-19 and its impact has been on imposing restrictions and denying individual liberties. We may need to give back liberties to some members of our society, writes Dr Natalia Antolak-Saper.