As the National Museum in Canberra today welcomes the British Museum's collection of Indigenous Australian artefacts, once again critics are calling for returning of the exhibits to their rightful owners. Annabelle Brett has the story.
The Indigenous Imprisonment Symposium organised by the Law Council of Australia looks at need for more comprehensive data, the drivers of crime and the importance of indigenous communities being involved in justice solutions.
Following the symposium held in Sydney yesterday, Tessa Fox spoke with the Just Reinvest NSW Chairperson and the Sisters Inside CEO on community responses to crime and incarceration.
Mental health programs will be devolved to regional networks in an attempt to better tailor services to individuals.
Health Minister Sussan Ley and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull made the announcement yesterday, as part of the government's response to the National Mental Health Commission's review of mental services.
Throughout Western history, there have been those who felt compelled to share a dissenting opinion on public matters, while still hoping to avoid the social, political, and even criminal consequences for exercising free speech.
Editors Han Baltussen and Peter J. Davis trace the roots of censorship far beyond its supposed origins in early modern history in a newly released collection of fourteen original essays, The Art of Veiled Speech.