It is impossible not to notice that some of this country’s biggest financial institutions are copping a hiding at the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. Scandal after scandal is being revealed by a media still in bloodlust mode after the cricket ball tampering saga. In only a few weeks of the hearing,... Read More
Driving a car is a risky business at the best of times and it has been exacerbated by the proliferation of electronic gadgets and has become a lot riskier still.
The recent trial of Aine Marie McGrath, 25, charged with Dangerous Driving Occasioning Death, in the Perth District Court, is a prime illustration of this danger.
En-route to a local pub... Read More
28 April 1996, a date that will go down as a pivotal moment for gun control in Australia. A lone gunman called Martin Bryant, a 28 year old man with significant intellectual disabilities, carried out a mass shooting at the historic Port Arthur tourist site in South Eastern Tasmania. By the end of the shooting, Mr Bryant had killed... Read More