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Why contempt of court matters, even for government ministers
The independence of the judiciary from the political arm of government is a fundamental principle of Western democracy.
Australia
3 Jul 2017
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NSW workers compensation scheme failing, review finds
A review of the NSW workers compensation scheme has found it dysfunctional, confusing, riddled with delays and unfair.
Australia
21 Mar 2017
3
Why it's ok to sue your own family or friends for injuries
Most household and content insurance policies provide insurance cover if you negligently injure someone within Australia.
Australia
21 Dec 2016
4
Trump victory demonstrates why we need compulsory voting
Because everyone has to vote in Australia, politicians can not afford to ignore the needs of any disadvantaged people.
Australia
30 Nov 2016
5
Why Herbert Payne deserves a statue
Senator Payne's private bill introduced compulsory voting, which then became a right and a duty for all Australians.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
6
What to do after a motor vehicle accident in New South Wales
NSW police officers will no longer attend all minor vehicle collisions or accidents where cars need to be towed.
Australia
27 Oct 2014
7
So, just what is affray?
What is the law regarding fighting in public?
Australia
 
12 May 2014
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Tougher penalties not the answer to 'coward punch'
A senior lawyer warns that tougher penalties to combat lethal 'coward punches' will not solve the problem.
Australia
27 Jan 2014
9
When photos break the law: breach of privacy or breach of contract?
The legal rights and wrongs of taking photos can be confusing, so what does the law say about photos in a public place?
Australia
15 Sep 2013
10
It's good that we're forced to vote: compulsory voting in Australia
Voting in Australia is compulsory - we can be fined up to $50 for not voting without a valid reason.
Australia
28 Aug 2013
11
Government delays green slip changes to consult road accident victims
Over 1000 road accident victims complained that the changes slash benefits and the rights of victims of road accidents.
Australia
27 Jun 2013
12
"Voice" singer fights for injured people
The Injured Persons Association is fighting changes to the CTP insurance scheme being brought in by the NSW government.
Australia
20 Jun 2013
13
Green slip car insurance changes likely to end in higher fees
Government changes to the Compulsory Third Party insurance scheme is likely to end up with motorists paying even more.
Australia
21 May 2013
14
The 5 fallacies behind changes planned to green slip car insurance scheme
The O'Farrell government is planning major changes to the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
Australia
3 May 2013
15
Danger signs in NSW government's CTP green slip changes
Changes to the NSW CTP scheme would slash the benefits for loss of income, which would stop entirely after 3-5 years.
Australia
28 Mar 2013
16
Murder in the house - what should you must reveal when selling a home
A real estate agent has to reveal anything about a property that might influence the decision of a prospective buyer.
Australia
4 Feb 2013
17
Bail changes proposed by NSW government disappoint law leaders
The NSW government rejected the recommendation that there be a uniform presumption in favour of bail for all crimes.
Australia
28 Jan 2013
18
Remember, there is e-life after death: access to digital documents after you die
Anybody who stores their work on computer should make sure somebody else can access it, or delete it, when they die.
Australia
28 Jan 2013
19
My ATM overpays - can I keep it? - theft and fraud?
If you don't have money in your account, it's not yours to take, so it is stealing and carries a penalty of jail time.
Australia
28 Jan 2013
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Social changes: New dads can get paid leave from January 1
New changes include Dad and Partner Pay, the length of time for benefits sent overseas and registration stickers in NSW.
Australia
28 Jan 2013
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