From the ABC… Dead man pardoned over 1921 Gun Alley murder A Victorian man executed for murder 86 years ago, is to receive a pardon.
Human rights organisations have reported that China has been cracking down even further on dissent in the lead-up to the Beijing Olympics. As well as
The Attorney-General has appointed former Supreme Court Justice, Mr. John Clarke QC, to inquire into various aspects of the way in which the Australian Federal
AACP held a workshop at the W of D conference at the University of Queensland on the weekend, featuring Lee and Christine Rush, Tim Goodwin
Australians Against Capital Punishment will be running a workshop at the University of Queensland’s World of Difference social justice conference. Date: Sat 15 March
‘Bali nine’ trio’s death sentences overturned By Jakarta correspondent Geoff Thompson Sydney man Matthew Norman and the rest of the ‘Malasti three’ previously had their
Amnesty International is pushing for action on the case of a university student in Afghanistan who has been sentenced to death for distributing materials from the
The Cutting Edge tonight will feature an interview with Scott Rush, one of the young Australians facing the death penalty in Indonesia. Read more about