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Farrah Tomazin is an Investigative Reporter for The Age, with interests in politics, social justice, and legal affairs.

Young Libs accuse party vice president of 'malicious' behaviour

Young Libs accuse party vice president of 'malicious' behaviour

Conservative warrior Karina Okotel has been accused of seeking to malign Young Liberal leadership candidates by suggesting they were transgender, progressive or politicians' puppets.

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Pastor accused of sex abuse was running a 'money-making machine'

Pastor accused of sex abuse was running a 'money-making machine'

Federal authorities were warned years ago that Evangelical pastor at the centre of a fresh sex abuse scandal was using his church as a 'money-making machine'.

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'Anoint me with oil': How evangelical pastor Neil Thomas preyed on his flock
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'Anoint me with oil': How evangelical pastor Neil Thomas preyed on his flock

Evangelical churches tend to deal with their dirty secrets in-house. But the women of one predatory charismatic pastor are speaking out, and seeking help.

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From 'missing' guns to mouldy drugs, police facing huge storage crisis
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From 'missing' guns to mouldy drugs, police facing huge storage crisis

A series of audits have found major problems in the way Victoria Police manages sensitive property, placing staff at risk and exposing the force to corruption.

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Court committals could be abolished to reduce victims' trauma
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Court committals could be abolished to reduce victims' trauma

Court committal hearings - which determine whether a criminal case should go to trial - could end up being abolished in Victoria as part of a dramatic revamp of the legal system.

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Bureaucrats' bonuses scrapped, now to overhaul MPs' perks and pay

Bureaucrats' bonuses scrapped, now to overhaul MPs' perks and pay

Bonuses for Victorian government bureaucrats have been scrapped amid concern that executives were getting lucrative rewards even when they underperformed.

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When juggling parenthood and politics takes its toll

When juggling parenthood and politics takes its toll

Taken at face value, Kelly O’Dwyer’s candid explanation underpins the harsh reality of modern politics: it can be bruising, particularly when juggled with parenthood.

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Sex offenders more likely to be 'named and shamed' in legal shake-up
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Sex offenders more likely to be 'named and shamed' in legal shake-up

Sexual assault victims would have more power to 'name and shame' their abusers under a legal shake-up designed to lift a veil of secrecy that has helped to shield some of Victoria’s worst sex offenders.

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The text row in the Victorian Liberal Party explained

The text row in the Victorian Liberal Party explained

'Cam may need to take the curries': what were the Liberal young guns talking about in their racist, homophobic messages?

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Contempt of court laws set for state government shake-up

Contempt of court laws set for state government shake-up

Victoria’s contempt of court laws are set for a revamp as part of an Andrews Government shake-up of the legal system.

  • by Farrah Tomazin & Sumeyya Ilanbey
Melbourne Archbishop speaks out on priests grooming vulnerable adults
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Melbourne Archbishop speaks out on priests grooming vulnerable adults

Archbishop Peter Comensoli said that “any attempt to sexualise a pastoral relationship” should be viewed as professional misconduct and an abuse of authority.

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