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Djokovic to leave Australia after losing court battle over cancelled visa
Coronavirus 2022-01-14 10:46 pm By Christine Caulfield

Last update – Sunday, January 16 Tennis star Novak Djokovic’s challenge to the Immigration Minister’s decision revoking his visa was unanimously dismissed Sunday, clearing the […]

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Nine hit with discrimination class action over $30M Palm Island settlement coverage
Class Actions 2021-12-13 4:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

Nine Network has been hit with a class action by Indigenous Australians who say the broadcaster’s coverage of a $30 million class action settlement being […]

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NT hit with class action over ‘discriminatory’ healthcare services
Class Actions 2021-11-11 5:05 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Northern Territory government has been hit with a class action alleging it discriminated against Indigenous Australians in Wadeye by failing to provide proper healthcare […]

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Priceline hit with class action by franchisees
Class Actions 2021-10-08 9:58 pm By Christine Caulfield

Priceline faces a class action by a group of franchisees accusing the pharmacy giant of exercising an “overly prescriptive level of control” that limits their […]

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Lawyers who accused Vic Supreme Court of bias dodge contempt finding
Legal Ethics 2021-05-31 6:55 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A barrister and solicitor who accused the Victoria Supreme Court of bias have avoided a contempt of court ruling, despite a judge finding their conduct […]

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High Court rules refugees can sue government for negligence in Federal Court
Immigration 2020-12-02 5:50 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

The High Court has ruled that refugees and asylum seekers can sue the government in Federal Court for allegedly breaching its duty of care by […]

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Election challengers subpoena ABC for Josh Frydenberg interview in front of Chinese posters
ABC 2019-10-11 9:25 pm By Miklos Bolza

Two petitioners challenging the election of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and embattled Liberal MP Gladys Liu have subpoenaed the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Sky News for […]

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Election challenge against Josh Frydenberg, Gladys Liu may need three judges
Article 2019-09-24 8:50 pm By Miklos Bolza

A challenge against the election of federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and embattled Liberal MP Gladys Liu may be heard by a panel of three judges, […]

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Order banning DP World workers from ‘go slow’ protests quashed by FWC’s 7.5 hour error
Employment 2019-09-19 3:54 pm By Miklos Bolza

The CFMEU has successfully challenged an interim Fair Work Commission order barring workers at stevedoring firm DP World from ‘go slow’ industrial action after an […]

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Judge finds ‘seriously arguable’ case that CFMEU organised wharfies ‘go slow’
Employment 2019-08-06 11:55 am By Amelia Birnie

Australian stevedoring company DP World has won an interim bid to stop a “go slow” at its container terminal in the Port of Melbourne, after […]

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