Novak Djokovic deported: Argument of vaccination exemption, Australia missed, Darren Cahill responds

There is a simple point in the Novak Djokovic vaccination debate, which has largely gone unnoticed, and that makes all other arguments superfluous. Among all the quarrels from both sides over whether it was right for Novak Djokovic to be deported or not, lies a crucial point that so far has not received the public … Read more

Ottawa reaches $ 40 billion deal with First Nations on child welfare

Crown Relations and Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller, left, and Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu, along with parties involved in the discussions on child welfare, will hold a press conference today.Justin Tang / The Canadian Press The federal government has signed a $ 40 billion agreement in principle related to First Nations child welfare, with … Read more

Ottawa misses deadline for native child welfare

The Canadian Court of Human Rights ruled that Ottawa should provide up to $ 40,000 to each First Nations child who has been unnecessarily cared for since 2006 due to underfunded public services.Adrian Wyld / The Canadian Press The federal government, which had hoped to announce a solution to a dispute over the welfare of … Read more

Ottawa is losing appeals of First Nations child welfare decisions

OTTAWA – As Canada prepares to celebrate its first national day of truth and reconciliation, the federal court has rejected Ottawa’s appeals of two human rights courts’ rulings on compensation and protection of first-generation child protection. “It’s a complete victory for children and for the survivors of residential schools,” said Cindy Blackstock, executive director of … Read more

Outsourced Qantas ground staff lose the federal court’s bid to get jobs back

Ground staff who have been laid off due to outsourcing have failed in their lawsuit to get their jobs back, but their union has promised to appeal. Outsourced Qantas workers have failed in their legal battle to get their jobs back, and the federal court has refused to order the airline to reinstate ground staff … Read more

Outsourced Qantas ground staff lose the federal court’s bid to get jobs back

Ground staff who have been laid off due to outsourcing have failed in their lawsuit to get their jobs back, but their union has promised to appeal. Outsourced Qantas workers have failed in their legal battle to get their jobs back, and the federal court has refused to order the airline to reinstate ground staff … Read more

Salim Mehajer: Prison developer’s Lidcombe mansion to be sold

The fall of the disgraced former politician Salim Mehajer continued today as he lost a major battle over his lavish mansion in Sydney. Salim Mehajer’s lavish mansion in western Sydney, which was once featured in a rap video, is about to hit the market after he lost a desperate legal bid to prevent it from … Read more

Australian Institute of Professional Education fined $ 153 million by ACCC

The Federal Court of Justice has punished an education college in Sydney with the largest fine ever imposed under Australian consumer law. A training college in Sydney has been fined the largest fine ever imposed under Australian consumer law after “misleading vulnerable and disadvantaged” students into believing their courses were free. The Federal Court has … Read more

Ben Roberts-Smith slander case against Nine resumes in Sydney in 2022

Ben Roberts Smith’s defamation case for the century will be resumed after months on ice due to Sydney’s Delta eruption. The defamation case, which the decorated soldier Ben Roberts-Smith launched against prominent journalists, has finally found out when it will be resumed months after Covid-19 forced it to stop. Roberts-Smith is suing Nine newspapers and … Read more

Katy Perry, Katie Perry: Sydney designer sues superstar

Pop superstar Katy Perry tried to threaten a fashion designer in Sydney with lawsuits, according to emails revealed in court. U.S. pop sensation Katy Perry referred to an Australian fashion designer in a “derogatory expression” and told her manager “not to get softer or apologetic” in emails over the use of trademarks in Australia, a … Read more