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Indigenous community members outside the Victorian coroners court ahead of the release of a report into the death of Veronica Nelson. Tamati Smith/Getty Images

‘Discriminatory impact on First Nations people’: coroner calls for urgent bail reform in Veronica Nelson inquest

Arrested on suspicion of shoplifting and denied bail, Veronica Nelson died alone in a cell. A Victorian coroner has called for urgent reform of the state’s tough bail laws.

Mengapa petir berbentuk zigzag?

Petir tidak berjalan dalam garis lurus, dengan banyak yang disebut ‘pemimpin’ turun dari awan dalam serangkaian langkah bergerigi. Sampai sekarang, belum ada yang tahu mengapa.
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You can say you wish King Charles would die, but you can’t urinate on your back tyre: 8 common myths about Australian law

We’ve all been at a work or family gathering when someone has offered a seemingly authoritative statement about the way the law operates. Without some knowledge of the field of law, listeners may simply…


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