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Why is Nothing Much Happening Yet? (Or: Justice Delayed is Justice Denied)

In March 1990, the Queensland State Government had an enquiry underway into alleged irregularities at the Queensland John Oxley Juvenile Detention Centre, including the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl. The Queensland government shut down the detention centre enquiry … Continue reading

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Remuneration for Commissioners and Staff (Or: Money Makes the World Go Round)

One inescapable aspect of 21st century life is that the level of remuneration reflects the value a society places on an individual. The average share of science’s most valuable award, the Nobel Prize, is about $400,000 to $500,000. Many sportspeople … Continue reading

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