Tag: legal system

The Decline and Fall of the NT Legal System

The malaise that besets the NT legal system is symptomatic of Australia’s fall from grace as a country.

Witness K: Gangster Capitalism Meets Kafka

Australia remains…one of the most secretive and, it should be said, punitive democracies when it comes to dealing with its public servants and whistleblowing.

Hot Air? John Garnaut’s Novel Approach to Accuracy

The judge said, ‘I have serious doubts about the honesty and reliability of at least one aspect of Mr Garnaut’s evidence…’

Fracking on Trial in the Northern Territory

As carbon dioxide in our atmosphere pushes 410 parts per million, fuelling a dangerous climate emergency, the world simply cannot afford to let the Northern Territory become the fossil-fuel industry’s next fracking frontier.

Three Shots

The death of Kumanjayi Walker—the Northern Territory as police state

Open Source: The New, New Economy

Alan Roberts explores how open source software and practices put into question any system based on commodity exchange.