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Category Archives: Legal affairs
The Attorney-General has announced a quarter of a billion dollar barrel of pork for Labor lawyers.
As a matter of fact, he was a burglar and an addict. That’s part of his story. May he rest in peace.
Without evidence, Peter Quinlan made the claim at a Women in Mining and Resources summit.
The Hawthorn racism review is a small version of the national Maoism that a “Voice” will unleash: I don’t believe that it is fair for people who have had the courage to come forward on a confidential anonymous basis in … Continue reading
AND speaking of constitutional conventions, far too little attention was given last week to Anthony Albanese’s argument that assurances King Charles gave in his first speech as sovereign to eschew interference of any kind in politics should not extend to … Continue reading
Miranda: Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election. Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti-government, anti-authority sentiments or question the … Continue reading
Nine apologises and agrees to pay damages to Andrew Laming in defamation settlement.
If we make mistakes we must correct it (sic) immediately and people who don’t should hang their heads in shame… [Suing somebody is] for people with means, or people with blind trusts or whatever, who can afford to do it.” … Continue reading
Journalists never lie to bring down a leftist: Nine admits Andrew Laming upskirt story untrue. Nine has admitted the central claim of a television news report about a federal MP – which earned the network a Walkley Award – is … Continue reading
I was thinking this morning that a decision either way in the ‘Teacher’s Pet’ trial of Chris Dawson for killing his wife Lynette in 1982 would be surprising. As it happens, in a NSW Supreme Court finale brought on by … Continue reading
Federal Court blocks Biden Administration from forcing doctors to perform gender transitions.
PM appoints former HC justice Virginia Bell to lead inquiry into Scott Morrison’s secret ministries. ■ Solicitor at the Redfern Legal Centre 1978 to 1984 ■ Appointed judge of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1999 by the Carr Labor … Continue reading
Vibe recidivism in Victoria: Judge’s ruling paves way for choirboy’s father to sue church and Pell.
The Solicitor-General says the co-ministries ScoMo assumed were completely valid and legal.
WE ‘LOL’ online all the time but today I literally Laughed Out Loud when I saw who was standing behind Anthony Albanese as he solemnly discussed alleged lawlessness, megalomania and abuse of power during the covid pandemic. It was like … Continue reading
The ABC dobs Pauline Hanson’s One Nation into the domain police for its anti-Voice campaign: A pre-emptive strike by One Nation to register dozens of website addresses that could be used in the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum campaign has … Continue reading
⚡️ Ukrainian forces have put civilians in harm’s way by establishing bases and operating weapons systems in populated residential areas. — Amnesty International (@amnesty) August 4, 2022
With no ‘he started it’ appeal: Court finds Clive Palmer and Mark McGowan defamed each other.