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Robodebt Class Action Settles for $1.2 Billion
About 400,000 Australians who had money taken from them unlawfully in the federal government's robodebt scandal will share in a $1.2 billion court settlement. While not admitting legal liability, the ...
November 16, 2020
Centrelink Chases Thousands To Repay Debts
Centrelink is chasing about 40,000 Australians who are owed money or will have their debts cancelled through the ...
October 29, 2020
Centrelink Debt Recovery Scheme to Resume
Australians on welfare will soon be subject to Centrelink's debt recovery program again, with the government ending the ...
October 27, 2020
Criminals Targeting Virus Support Schemes
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has vowed to crack down on organised crime syndicates targeting coronavirus welfare schemes. Federal police ...
July 1, 2020
Attorney-General Declines to Apologise for Australia’s Robo-Debt Citing Ongoing Litigation
Attorney-General Christian Porter has not apologized for the faults of the robo-debt scheme that forced thousands of Australians ...
May 30, 2020
Unemployment Pay Will End After Pandemic: Australian PM
On April 23, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that the jobless payments, which were doubled because of ...
April 23, 2020
Welfare Applicants in Australia Told to Register Online
Tens of thousands of sacked Australian workers are being told to apply for welfare payments online. Services Australia ...
March 24, 2020
Apple CEO Says Company Suspended Parler Because ‘Incitement to Violence’ Is Not Free Speech
Facebook Blocks Creation of New Events Near Capitols Through Inauguration Day
Health Secretary Azar Rebuts Report He Resigned: ‘I Am Still Here’
IRS Pushes Back Start of Tax Filing Season to Feb. 12
‘Insufficient Evidence’: Justice Department Closes Probe Into Pennsylvania Discarded Ballots
Parler CEO John Matze, Family Forced Into Hiding Due to Death Threats, Security Breaches: Filing
Activist John Sullivan Released Conditionally Without Bail After Arrest Over Capitol Building Breach
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Biden Taps Senior Aide Who Quit Obama Admin After Praising Chinese Communist Dictator
Trump Administration Designates UAE and Bahrain as ‘Major Security Partners’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
MyPillow CEO Visits Trump in Oval Office Carrying Mysterious Notes