Business & Law

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Secrecy around investigations into contentious deaths involving police risks further entrenching distrust in the community, writes Rebecca Scott Bray.

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Curiosity, experimentation, achieving the unachievable, and pushing boundaries tend to be the things that turn top talent on, writes Chris Styles.

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The regulator's chairman has said class action litigation is a good market-driven solution, but how does that translate to ASIC's policy position, asks Michael Legg.

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Knowledge@Australian School of Business, the award-winning online business publication, has won a Gold Quill Award from the International Association of Business Communicators.

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Clover Moore is seeking special dispensation to remain both Lord Mayor and MP for Sydney, but her plea will be rightly ignored, writes George Williams.

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Could the sheer size of Campbell Newman's victory in the Queensland election sow the seeds of a British-style Westminster revolt, asks Fergal Davis.

Drugs

UNSW legal experts, drug researchers and health professionals have backed a call by a group of eminent Australians for an overhaul of the approach to illicit drugs.

National Security

The National Security Monitor gets a provisional 'A" in his first year in a role that aims to review the operation, effectiveness and necessity of Australia's anti-terrorism laws, write Jessie Blackbourn and Nicola McGarrity.

Veil

Jury trial is about involving the community in the process of determining guilt or innocence. So why did a UK court prohibit a woman in a veil from fulfilling her civic duty, asks Dr Fergal Davis.

Telco

Chinese telco Huawei's investment strategy in Australia lies in tatters after it was judged a national security risk, writes Justin O'Brien.

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