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Firearm seized from Modbury North home, South Australia
National wants cyclists to stay in their lane
Allens advises on purchase of prime North Sydney office
Debt collector warned for likely harassment, coercion, misleading claims
New Pastoral Care Code will support tertiary students in 2020
Prosecutor appointed to District Court
Bill pulled to provide insurance claimants more certainty
All Abilities Carnival held at MCG
All workers deserve bereavement leave following miscarriages and stillbirths
Allens Chambers ranking
Snap Send Solve pays penalty for alleged misleading advertising
Law passes to speed up dog control cases
Allens advises on solar-gas project to power Pilbara mines
Green Party negotiate further improvements to Terrorism Suppression Bill
Landlord fined for not lodging bond and ordered to pay it back to tenant
Proposal to grant authorisation for mortgage broking disciplinary rules
ASIC responsible lending guidance important for stability
Hodgman has questions to answer on anti-competition allegation
Awareness Campaign launched
Allens acts on NAIF loan package for WA’s Beyondie project
I’m dreaming of a fairly-priced Christmas
$270,000 More Reasons For Parliament To Back Ensuring Integrity Laws
DOC disappointed at biker’s risky behaviour
Tweet that? Know your social media obligations under National Law
Rich, Poor and Social Cooperation
Iain Lees-Galloway away in clouds on detail
Allens advises CPPIB
Eight Queen’s Counsel appointed under new criterion
Crossbench urged to support reintroduced Ensuring Integrity Bill
Intelligence Committee tables review of citizenship loss provisions
Insurance contracts to become easier to understand and fairer for consumers
Green Party welcome Government adoption of foreign donations policy
Chief Commissioner sets challenge for Victoria Police
Joint Statement – Resignation of CEO
New child safety laws now in force to prevent toppling furniture accidents
Kayo pays penalty for alleged misleading promotion
Proposed class action in relation to salaried team member payments
Chief Lawmakers Meet
$10,000 fine for not so handy handyman
Former CBA mobile lender found not guilty
Release of Victorian transport plan blocked by Labor and minor parties
Police won’t skim their efforts for Spilt Milk festival
Statement from Sally McManus – Never underestimate workers in Australia
Ensuring Integrity Bill
Carpenter ordered to pay $10,000 after taking money for no work
Education Department casual allied professionals to receive back payments
Attorneys-General Need to Act on Elder Abuse
Northern Territory’s First Industrial Manslaughter laws passed in Parliament