Justin and Zoe talked about the federal government's failed attempt to extend a cashless debit card scheme for welfare recipients, protests against a gas well project on aboriginal land in western New South Wales, and a failed motion to exclude police and prison officers in Sydney's Mardi Gras.
James and Zoe talk about how places such as Melbourne have seen an increase in freedoms as COVID is slowly removed, Adelaide has been faced with a number of new cases, sending South Australia into a strict lockdown for 6 days. 12 hours notice was given, which caused a considerable amount of panic.
On Neighbourhood Watch this week, Justin and Zoe talked about the ABC's Four Cornersreport alleging federal Attorney General Christian Porter and Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure, Alan Tudge, for inappropriate behaviour.
Justin and Zoe talked about COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in Victoria and the state government's decision to bulldoze a tree that is culturally significant for the indigenous people for a highway.
Justin and Zoe talked about the Queensland Liberal Party's election policy of imposing a young curfew in Cairns and Townsville, the federal government's reluctance to fund Indigenous legal services, and the revealation that 82 Victoria police officers were charged with family violence offences but only one was found guilty.
Justin and Zoe talked about a campaign for the federal government to buy the rights of the aboriginal flag design, the Victoria government being sued over the legality of the Melbourne curfew, and a failed rocket launch in South Australia.
Justin and Zoe chatted about the federal government's decision to ban mobile phones from migrant detention centres, the state of Victoria making victims of sexual violence getting a court order before speaking out, and Melbourne prosecuters not pressing charges on two police officers responsible for the death of an Aboriginal woman.