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Bali 9: From failed smuggling attempt to facing a firing squad
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Bali nine executions: Australian Federal Police to break silen...

Comment: Why we must reach for hope Law would jail police for death penalty tip-offs Analysis: Cold comfort in diplomatic deep freeze Australia withdraws ambassador to Indonesia 'A low in Indonesian-Australian relations' Australian Federal Police ... Melbourne Age, 4 days ago
'Now is not the time': AFP won't discuss Bali Nine Special Broadcasting Service, 4 days ago

Bali 9 executions: Abbott government backflipped on AFP death penalty directive

, 1:11 p.m. exit The Abbott governmentquietly scrapped an instruction to the Australian Federal Police last year requiring itto take Australia's opposition to the death penalty into account when co-operating with overseas law enforcement agencies. ...
 The Northern Times3 days ago Pfizer's strategic response to the threat of generic competition upheld by the Federal Court  JD Supra2 days ago Bali 9 executions: Australia backflipped on death penalty directive days ago Health Alert (Australia) - April 28, 2015  JD Supra3 days ago
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All my emails deleted: Bianca Rinehart

Gina Rinehart's estranged daughter Bianca Rinehart has appeared before the Federal Court of Australia in a dispute over the family trust. Bianca Rinehart and her brother John Hancock want a larger portion of the trust to be allocated to them and ...
 Individual.com5 days ago Bianca Rinehart stands by her claims  Perth Now6 days ago Gina Rinehart's daughter gives evidence against her in Federal Court dispute  ABC Online6 days ago Bianca Rinehart was 'left crying after she was forced to sign documents' and personal email was hacked, court hears, as she battles her billionaire mother over family company  Capital Bay6 days ago

Federal Court of Australia assists in the administration of a cross-border insolvency

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 Mondaq3 days ago

AGL SA ordered to pay $700,000 penalty and to offer refunds to consumers for false or misleading discount representations

The Federal Court has ordered AGL South Australia Pty Ltd (AGL SA) to pay penalties of $700,000 and to offer refunds totalling approximately $780,000 to 23,000 consumers for making false or misleading representations about the level of discount ...
 Bloomberg4 days ago

Perth Glory scraps plans to take FFA to court over finals ban, as club's CEO quits

Perth Glory has scrapped its plans to take Football Federation Australia (FFA) to the Supreme Court as it fights to overturn its finals ban, hours after the club's CEO quits. The Glory is still awaiting a verdict on its appeal with the FFA's ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago
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Rebels bikies boss Alex Vella loses court bid to challenge visa ban

Motorcyle club president Alex Vella unable to return to Australia after Federal Court judges dismiss his challenge Matthew Vella Alex Vella, national president of the Rebels MC Australia Three Federal Court judges have upheld the Australian ...
 MaltaToday1 week ago Welfare NGO cuts make no sense  Tasmania Mercury6 days ago Australian government wins bid to ban Maltese boss of bikie gang from re-entering Australia  Malta Independent Daily1 week ago New Copyright Amendment Bill In Australia  Music Industry News Network2 weeks ago

Another Australian facing death

Video Image Federal police defended over Bali Nine 3:15 Play video A former federal justice minister has defended the AFP's handling of the Bali Nine drug operation. Sky News 29 Apr 2015 News Ambulances bring the bodies of the Bali Nine duo Andrew ...
 Herald Sun3 days ago Michael Sainsbury Drug charges: Another Australian facing death  Geelong Advertiser3 days ago Bali Nine: Government under pressure over AFP death penalty directive  9ija News.com3 days ago Aussie's death penalty case fast-tracked  Brisbane Courier-Mail4 days ago

Chief Justice Diana Bryant confident commercial surrogacy will be legalised in Australia

The head of the Family Court is confident Australia will legalise commercial surrogacy and this will help defeat the "dark side" of an international trade that leads to exploitation and the tragic rejection of children such baby Gammy in Thailand. ...
 Canberra Times3 days ago Meet three surrogates and hear their thoughts on commercial surrogacy and Baby Gammy  ABC Online3 days ago Commercial surrogacy should be legalised, Family Court Chief Justice Diana Bryant says  ABC Online2 weeks ago How to defeat the 'dark side' of surrogacy  Melbourne Age4 days ago

14-Year-Old's Terror Charges Say Teen Boy Encouraged Australia Beheading, Muslim Terrorist Attacks

In England, a 14-year-old's terror charges make him the youngest terrorist suspect to ever appear in court. During the teen boy's appearance in London, he was accused of encouraging a beheading in Australia in addition to a Muslim terrorist attack ...
 Inquisitr1 week ago 14-year-old arrested on terror charges  CNN1 week ago British boy to be charged with Anzac Day terror offences in Australia  Capital Bay1 week ago British teenage boy remanded over Australia terror plot  Oneindia1 week ago
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