Monthly Archives: November 2013

New Zealand police took no action for years against a group of young men who are accused of plying underage girls with alcohol, sexually assaulting them, and then boasting of their actions on facebook. Police began to investigate complaints against … Continue reading

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Over 130 representatives of poor countries who walked out of UN climate negotiations singled out Australia as particularly responsible for the lack of progress. “The negotiations were actually going on reasonably well. They were doing it in earnest,” said Saleemul … Continue reading

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Newly released video shows police smirking as a man in their custody writhes in pain, and is then abandoned outside a police station to die. CCTV footage from inside Dandenong police station shows Gong Ling Tang, 53, crawling from a … Continue reading

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A new survey has found a significant decline in workplace wellbeing, with workers under pressure to increase productivity and jobs become increasingly insecure. The latest snapshot of the nation’s mental health by the Australian Pyschological Society found that one in … Continue reading

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Non-white models are unlikely to find work in Australia, according to a survey of the industry. An investigation by Cleo magazine found that, of 1100 models working in Australia, the vast majority were white. Only 16 were from Chinese backgrounds, … Continue reading

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