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Concern over health of detained journalists on hunger strike: Morocco
Cross-party support for fundamental reforms to address First Nations deaths in custody
IPCA report finds man’s arrest and detention lawful
Hundreds of millions of women living lives ‘governed by others’, UN report shows
Nearly half of all women are denied their bodily autonomy, says new UNFPA report, My Body is My Own
Operation Oliver: Police announce $100,000 reward over disappearance of Amber-Lee Cruickshank
UK armed forces bill would limit war crimes accountability: UN rights chief
UN Rights Chief urges UK Parliament to amend proposed law that limits accountability for torture and other war crimes
Law Council of Australia and Australian Bar Association condemns violence towards lawyers in Myanmar
Scientists put stopwatch on cannabis intoxication
North Shore acid spill a $150k mess
Commission issues updated cartel leniency policy
Charges against journalist and co-defendants still detained after court freed them must be dropped, say UN experts
Council urges responsible collection of firewood
Panel beater prosecution drives home consumer rights
Integrating defence, development and diplomatic efforts to bring sustainable peace in Mali
Release Omar Radi and Guarantee Fair Trial Proceedings: Morocco
NGO Law Would Strike ‘Severe Blow’ to Human Rights: Thailand
Essex waste directors sentenced and fined
Prosecuting Nonviolent Misdemeanors Increases Rearrest Rates
Not Prosecuting Misdemeanors Reduces Likelihood of Re-arrest, New Study Finds
Warning over spike in banned dog collar detections
Cape Brett Peninsula tracks temporarily closed
Canada’s stabilization projects in Iraq and Syria
Common Platform live in more courts in midlands and north-west England
Leda to pay $170,000 in fines for non-compliance
NZ police accepts IPCA findings 30 March
Prosecuting Nonviolent Misdemeanors Increases Rearrest Rates, New Study Shows
Bulk Buys Pty Ltd fined $13,320 for alleged unlawful importation of surgical face masks
Court backs electrical regulator decision on unlicensed operator
Gig economy warned to prioritise driver safety
Gig economy warned to priorities driver safety
Arrest of Bolivian Former Interim Government Officials
Increased presence at sea deters illegal fishing
Taunton company director sentenced for providing unlicensed security
Former finance broker charged with fraud
Nsw Fair Trading warns consumers to avoid two unlicensed operators
CBSA investigation leads to conviction of jewellery smuggler
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue on oral update of High Commissioner on situation of human rights
WorkSafe charges shed company over worker fall death
Latest product safety cases from Oamaru to Otahuhu
Don’t complain, lodge a complaint
$250,000 reward offered in Gold Coast cold case
Three directors prosecuted at Thames Magistrates’ Court for failing to provide information to SIA
Local Land Services reminding community that it is illegal to take firewood from TSRs
Serious Violence Reduction Orders to be piloted in 4 police forces
Sydney Water convicted and fined $175k for significant sewage spill
Action plan to tackle modern forms of slavery released