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Jun 29, 2021 • 18m 05s

Cancel culture hits the High Court

Physicist Peter Ridd was fired after he publicly criticised his colleague’s research on the Great Barrier Reef, but what started as an employment dispute has become a test case on climate denial and cancel culture. Today, Kieran Pender on Peter Ridd’s day in court and what the outcome could mean for academic freedom.

Feb 22, 2021 • 15m 25s

Robo-debt: the origin of the supervillain

Two long-forgotten High Court cases warned the government that robo-debt might be illegal. Rick Morton on what they knew - and when they knew it.

Jun 26, 2020 • 15m 40s

Politics and Dyson Heydon

The harassment allegations against Dyson Heydon have reminded some in Canberra of the royal commission that traded on his “stainless reputation”.

Jun 4, 2020 • 16m 20s

Like a scene from ‘The Castle’

The Queensland town of Acland has been all but swallowed by a coal mine. There is only one resident left. Tomorrow the High Court will decide if he’ll be swallowed, too.

Jul 3, 2019 • 16m34s

The sperm donor question

The high court has found that sperm donors can have fathers’ rights, but the ruling is inherently conservative.

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572: The corruption inquiry exposing Labor's culture