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Law Council of Australia’s statement regarding passing of dangerous livestream laws
Bill drawn to protect victims of insane offenders
Second interim report on freedom of religion or belief
ASIC imposes additional licence conditions on SMSF Advisers Network
Queensland streamlines medicinal cannabis access
Justice Pritchard first woman to be appointed President of SAT
Intelligence Committee reports on encryption and counter-terrorism legislation
Prudent pause needed for proper consultation on Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material Amendment Bill
No pursuit policy for young fleeing drivers – just dangerous rhetoric
Government continues to oppose Labor-Green reforms
$20m funding increase, single national legal assistance mechanism do little to address huge ‘justice deficit’
Coffs Harbour KFC fined $60K after young worker suffers serious burns
Allens advises on acquisition of RCR Tomlinson’s resources, power and water businesses
Appointment of Judge of Court of Appeal
Wider use of Eagle helicopters key to tackling fleeing drivers
NZ police respond to signalled firearms law changes
Clocks set for Freo Time
Greens urge Labor to go further on waste plan
New Zealand concerned at Brunei’s implementation of Sharia law
CBD safety campaign launched to curb e-scooter injuries
Who’s afraid of advocacy?
Reforming Regulation of Sex Industry in NT: Discussion Paper Complete
STRONGER restraint regulations to Protect senior Australians
Gurol Law Office Announces Turkish Court Ruling Cites Factory Defect in Jaguar Land Rover
Gracemere animal inspection program begins Monday
Morrison building laws a risk to working people’s rights: UN
NTC welcomes a new Chief Executive Officer
Slingshot warned for misleading discount claims
ACCC will not oppose proposed IPH – Xenith acquisition
Intelligence Committee refers Assistance and Access Act for independent review
Budget 2019: time to lift cap on superannuation contributions
Public Notice – Approved Systematic Inspection Program
United Australia Party backs tax breaks for bush
Action needed as fleeing driver numbers hit record high
Shayne Elliot, ANZ CEO Opening Statement
Greens to push Labor in Senate for higher minimum wage: Bandt
New instant fines for minor offences
NT Government’s ‘unacceptable’ Don Dale backflip fails young people and community
SA deserves better Senate representation: Lambert
Law Council backs appointment of Townsville judge following long vacancy
Pandora to fix its consumer rights practices
Call to act on climate change ecocide
Where do they stand?: Dr Greg Walsh
ACCC will not oppose QANTM-Xenith merger
Public Holiday Penalty Rates To Be Enshrined In Law
High-Level Dialogue on Indo-Pacific Cooperation
Adelaide man arrested for alleged online child grooming offence
Government avoiding scrutiny through confusion over RTI process