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A deafening media silence is shrouding the admission of guilt tendered to the court this week by Nicholas Gouliaditis, Senior General Counsel, Senior Executive Lawyer, Senior Lawyer at the office of the Australian Government Solicitors with sentencing set down for this Friday, April 24th 9.30 am at the Downing Centre, Sydney. 326 more words
WINNIPEG – RCMP are investigating a number of “suspicious packages” sent to courts across Manitoba, officers said Thursday.
Assistant Commissioner Kevin Brosseau, the top Mountie in Manitoba, provided few details at a news conference at RCMP D Division in Winnipeg. 130 more words
Approval for major infrastructure projects has shifted in recent years, with new Environment Court cases almost halving.
The trend is troubling senior legal practitioners, who warn boards of inquiry that are taking on some of the work do so within compressed timeframes and often with fewer specialist skills. 648 more words
Child sexual abuse is not tolerated by Australians. The use of such allegations as a tool to further the vindictive personal hatred of a partner is deplorable and to tutor your two young daughters to support fabricated evidence is despicable. 327 more words