Police corruption is common place in Australia's police forces and as always the fish rots from the head down.
Justice prevailed for Ian Lazar who stays the distance to clear his name. In a long fought battle Ian Lazar was successful in his bail hearing in January 2015 to ensure his release as he fought for truth and justice.
The McGowan government said international students could start studying here, because they would automatically be granted work visas immediately after arrival, so there was no need to pay their first week's rent. However there is a catch. They have until Saturday to arrive or they miss out if they want to study in Western Australia.
State political parties have revealed alleged details of an exchange between Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and a NSW government minister. Berejiklian says Morrison is "a complete psycho" and "a horrible, horrible person"
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg warns states never to count on the federal government to help them recover from the Omicron wave. This means states now have to take greater responsibility and do the heavy lifting that the federal government has largely been doing throughout the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
A police officer of the Victorian Police Service has been charged with recklessly causing injury and unlawful assault after a member of the public was violently thrown to the ground, leaving him in a pool of blood and urine. The member of the public was approached from behind, and the officer threw him to the ground with such force that his feet flew up in the air. The force that the officer used was so severe that he left the victim with a ruptured spleen, a fractured jaw, and a fractured ankle.
A long list of failed prosecutions is becoming increasingly longer with the latest case against Ian David Lazar. The court granted costs against the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) in favour of Ian Lazar.