Latest Department of Justice News

Court services in Collie to remain open
Interns experience memorable Washington summer
Three potential sites identified for replacement Burnie Court Complex
In Dialogue with Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, Experts of Human Rights Committee Welcome Legislation Supporting
Crime research projects chosen for inaugural grants
Consultation on potential reforms to Integrity Commission Act 2009
In Dialogue with Ireland, Experts of Human Rights Committee Praise Legislation Combatting Hate Crimes
Taskforce to implement Coaldrake recommendations
Strategy released to assist Tasmanians in need with free or low-cost legal services
Tighter Regulation Of Liquor And Gaming Industry
Strategy sets out roadmap for WA’s legal assistance sector
Funding boost for WA’s community legal sector
Victorian Premier issues statement 24 June
Assange extradition dangerous assault on international journalism
Government welcomes Southport specialist DFV Court evaluation report
Cutting Even More Red Tape For Renters
Seized funds directed to programs that curb youth offending
New Chief Magistrate and District Court Judge appointed
Anniversary of 9 June storms
Anniversary of 9 June storms
Ministerial Statement 24 May
Delivering Stronger Powers To Regulate Gambling
Slater and Gordon announces class action investigation into ESTA over ambulance call and dispatch operations failures that have
Building Stronger Triple Zero Service For All Victorians
New resource to assist people attending Magistrates Court
State Solicitor of Western Australia appointed to District Court
Final week for Burnie Court EOI
Celebrating 25 years of inclusion for Tasmania’s LGBTIQ+ community
$34.4 million to combat family and domestic violence and hold perpetrators to account
$40.4 million package to tackle juvenile crime in Kimberley
Better Protection for Tasmanian Workers and Workplaces
Upholding Highest Standards At Victoria’s Casino
Mike Reynolds appointed Corrective Services Commissioner
First-of-its-kind study compares domestic violence programs, finds promising results
New Police Powers Threat to Civil Society: Research Submission
Burnie Court EOI process underway
Three years in prison is too long; Assange must come home
Cargotec and Konecranes merger cancelled
Aboriginal partners to provide Perth family violence legal service
Evacuation Centre open at Ocean Shores Country Club
Australian FM statement on US Department of Justice indictment of cyber actors
Record $900,000 fine for Department of Justice over dog attack
Consultation open on Tasmania’s Workers Compensation Laws
Greater Shepparton Empowering Communities Community Safety Forum to be held on 31 March
Lessons of CARES Act outlined
Human Rights Council Hears from 21 Dignitaries as it Continues High-Level Segment
ACCC consults on divestiture proposal for Cargotec, Konecranes merger
Competition agencies working together to identify potential cartel conduct in global supply chains