Painfully slow progress on protecting and honouring one of the world's most profound places of human heritage and culture.
The 1964 Commonwealth-WA government agreement on Point Peron
NBN Co and new Executive Chairman Dr. Zigmund Switkowski
ABC on reporting on surveillance, product placement and online content
Australian Federal Police on surveillance and the TPPA
What did the Dept. of Communications know about plans for NBN Co?
Inspector General of Intelligence and Security
What do you get when you cross a PM who believes roads are good for your health and good for the environment and a Senator who speaks for Sustainable Cities? This, that's what.
Why does the Attorney General's Dept not provide FOI documents on its disclosure log?
Senator Ludlam questions ASIO at Senate Estimates on Monday 18 November 2013 on surveillance overreach
Our cities are home to 80% of Australians, generating 80% of our GDP, yet the new PM has axed the Major Cities Unit and its exceptional legacy and ongoing work hangs in the balance.
Industrial pollution registering as rain on a clear day - just another day under Barnett in the Burrup - a place of the greatest cultural significance too precious to lose.
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
Threats to the IT network security of Australian Parliament House in light of PRISM
The hand over of EPBC nuclear approvals to states
Authorised by Scott Ludlam, Parliament House, Canberra, ACT 2600
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