ICAC's Megan Latham is in the pantheon of heroes who have been under fire from governments for doing their jobs too well and too independently ... She joins Justin Gleeson and Gillian Triggs in the heroes' mausoleum ... Responses from various sources to the Baird government's scuttling of ICAC's inquisitorial process ... And, while we're at it, where are the Cunneen tapes?
Garbo held on for an hour-and-a-half before doing wee-wee in a Melbourne laneway ... Council plod nabs bin-man while passing water ... Garbage contractor worried about reputation ... Is street-side relief grounds for dismissal? ... Fair Work Commission to the rescue ... Justin Pen unbuttons the story
Massive amounts of character evidence failed to help Howard Hilton regain admission ... Previous corrupt conduct would blight the legal profession's glow of honesty ... Readmission refused 30 years after being struck-off ... Insufficient evidence as to a change in character ... Andrew Bell reports
ACT admission ... Legal practitioner with list of offences and mental issues ... Ongoing medical assessment ... Artemus Jones says ACT Court of Appeal judgment is wrong in law ... Supervision regime unworkable ... Suppression of practitioner's name keeps it in-house ... Molonglo mayhem
People ride to the rescue of the judges ... Global company cancels advertising with The Daily Mail after its attacks on the judiciary ... Politicians too scared of the media to wade into furore on behalf of the judiciary ... Corporates urged not to do business with "hate media"