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Crushing the Pearl: China is finally ready to take back Hong Kong

In its relatively short existence, the People’s Republic of China has become one of the most formidable forces on the planet. However, […]

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WA Law Society Joins Calls For Traditional Law

The Law Society of Western Australia has backed a move by Member for Kimberley, Josie Farrer to re-introduce Traditional Customary Law into […]

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“White Guilt” to blame for silence around Indigenous Domestic Violence: Josephine Cashman

Indigenous Lawyer Josephine Cashman has blamed “White Guilt” for the silence around the disproportionate levels of domestic violence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

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Reconciliation Week: What is the Uluru Statement?

One year ago hundreds of representatives from Indigenous Australia travelled to Uluru for the Constitutional Convention. The Uluru Statement from The Heart was […]

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Victoria Police officers suspended over brutality claims

Following the circulation of footage that many are labelling as ‘police brutality’, Victoria Police have suspended four officers and another put on different […]

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DC-Rated show 4/11

While Daniel is away, Christian is joined by Alex to review 12 Angry Men (1957) and the Disney teen flick Sky High […]

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42 – Law – 04/12/14

What does it mean to be a law-abiding citizen in Australia and what happens when you’re not? In this week’s show, Michael, […]

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Week 1: Where does the law stand on the East-West Link?

One big road, one big problem- Vic Votes reporter Chris Eales looks at the controversy surrounding the East-West Link, and what the […]

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Swinburne on SYN 90.7 – Justin, Jana, & Josh – Online dating, sexting and final show tears

Justin, Jana and Josh (actually Callum) roll up their sleeves and play Tinder as they discuss online dating and the rising prevelance […]

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One punch, 10 years

One-punch killers will spend at least ten years in jail, under new laws introduced into State Parliament today. Sam Cucchiara reports. Image: […]