Last month, a UN-backed Tribunal found two Khmer Rouge leaders to be guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced them to life imprisonment. BBC News has reported that they are “the first top-level leaders to be held accountable for its crimes”, in which
As the Brisbane Times reports, while the Queensland Government is not saying anything about the High Court challenge to its "anti-bikie laws", it is claiming that the challenged laws have led to a dramatic drop in crime. A claim that some might argue is more apparent than real or more furphy than fact.
The NT Parliament, in its current sitting session, has introduced an amendment to the Anti-Discrimination Act 1992, through a private members’ bill, to make racial vilification unlawful.
The ABC News has reported that the Federal Government has announced changes to its plans for a "school chaplaincy program" with a view to getting around the recent unfavourable High Court decision in Williams v Commonwealth of Australia  HCA 23 (19 June 2014) (see our previous post at).
The famous song says memories may be beautiful etc, and whats too painful to remember we simply choose to forget - however - not so the Internet?