A alleged violation of Aboriginal heritage laws by iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) in the north-west of the state is being investigated by
After a man with a swastika painted on his forehead reportedly assaulted an Aboriginal woman with a homemade flamethrower, the federal government is facing allegations
Tuesday marks the first anniversary of the day that two white men armed with guns killed Ahmaud Arbery as he ran through their Georgia neighborhood,
A Mother Whose 11-Year-old son Died in Texas is Suing Texas Electric Reliability Council and Entergy Corp for $126 Million
A $100 million ($126 million) lawsuit against two power companies for gross negligence was brought by the mother of an 11-year-old boy who died after
The Critical Functions of the COVID-19 Pandemic Control Center at Risk of Collapse in PNG are Revealed in a Leaked Government Report.
There are holes in the COVID-19 quarantine systems of Papua New Guinea, and “critical functions” are “at risk of collapsing” at its pandemic control center
The man responsible for overseeing a study of the Juukan Gorge tragedy in Rio Tinto has been reported to have received an immense pay raise.
Former Liberal staffer Chelsey Potter says she “cried a lot” after reaching out to her former boss senator Simon Birmingham to discuss her experiences of
Scott Morrison Would not Guarantee the Publication of a Report About who Knew What About the Brittany Higgins Rape Accusation in his Office.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison declines to promise that he would publish an investigation into what his office knew about the accusation that she was assaulted
As Texans start to see exorbitant electricity bills, the family of an 11-year-old boy who died during the Texas winter storm and the subsequent blackouts