Prosecraft creator Benji Smith believed he was honouring copyright laws while using more than 25,000 books without authors’ consent.
Previous reforms have produced improvements, but victims of sexual violence are still having negative experiences in court.
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With rising interest rates and a new governor chosen, the RBA is under pressure to ease cost-of-living pressure. But there are other things it must consider.
How supermarkets are making consumers spend more money without them realising it.
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Purporting to distribute money to children to take advantage of their tax-free thresholds sends a message about how important it is to be truthful when complying with the tax law.
Residential construction companies in Australia have been toppling like dominoes, and this has left many depositors in a very difficult financial position.
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Mis- and disinformation about the Voice to Parliament proposal are rife. Here, experts address 10 of the most common myths.