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Kiama Independent
‘Iconic view’: Development raises question about definitionfor courses as far as whether you consider them to be primary, secondary, iconi
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
for courses as far as whether you consider them to be primary, secondary, iconic or irrelevant. The principles with the Land and Environment Court lay out how that should be attested. “In this circumstance I wouldn’t not call it strictly... Read more
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The Border Mail
Long wait for compost plant decision stinksthan 60 days longer for an outcome this time around. Cleanaway ultimately appe
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
than 60 days longer for an outcome this time around. Cleanaway ultimately appealed that decision, with no luck, to the NSW Land and Environment Court and whatever way the JRPP rules on Howlong this time around, an appeal seems likely. Albury... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Staggering': NSW emissions rule to be tested in court for the first timeDefender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Defender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar Progress Association. It will argue in the Land and Environment Court that the commission failed to consider the project's carbon emissions as required by the mining... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
WestConnex land compo battleland owners can appeal acquisition offers to the NSW Valuer General, and if unh
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
land owners can appeal acquisition offers to the NSW Valuer General, and if unhappy with the result, then appeal to the Land and Environment Court. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Emissions rule to be tested in court for the first timeDefender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
Defender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar Progress Association. It will argue in the Land and Environment Court that the commission failed to consider the project's carbon emissions as required by the mining... Read more
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The Border Mail
Emissions rule to be tested in court for the first timeDefender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Defender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar Progress Association. It will argue in the Land and Environment Court that the commission failed to consider the project's carbon emissions as required by the mining... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Emissions rule to be tested in court for the first timeDefender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
Defender's Office NSW will challenge the PAC's decision on behalf of the Wollar Progress Association. It will argue in the Land and Environment Court that the commission failed to consider the project's carbon emissions as required by the mining... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
City seeks aid to appeal overpaid rate decisioncourt ruling which found the building giant had overpaid the council in rates.
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
court ruling which found the building giant had overpaid the council in rates. As reported in Central Sydney last month, a Land and Environment Court court ruling found in favour of Karimbla Properties, an arm of the Meriton Group, which claimed it... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst council taken to court over contract fightstrategy but said the legal team believed they had a good case. The Trackcorp
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
strategy but said the legal team believed they had a good case. The Trackcorp hearing comes just a fortnight after the Land and Environment Court handed down a damning finding of council’s handling of a dispute between two neighbours over a new... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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The Young Witness
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Western Advocate
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ibrahim's nut farm sets tongues wagging in Byron Bay hinterlandafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Going nuts: John Ibrahim farm buy sets tongues wagging as investors target townsafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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The Age
Going nuts: John Ibrahim farm buy sets tongues wagging as investors target townsafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Going nuts: John Ibrahim farm buy sets tongues wagging as investors target townsafter his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
after his plans for a shop development were knocked back by the council in 2014, a position that was later upheld by the Land and Environment Court. He was also involved in a land-clearing dispute near Old Bar on the north coast that resulted in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Triangle of prime Rozelle land threatens to add $80 million to WestConnexhe said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
he said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was previously acting commissioner at the NSW Land and Environment Court and is an expert on strata titles and compensation legislation. In the past, he has been critical... Read more
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The Age
Triangle of prime Rozelle land threatens to add $80 million to WestConnexhe said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
he said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was previously acting commissioner at the NSW Land and Environment Court and is an expert on strata titles and compensation legislation. In the past, he has been critical... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Triangle of prime Rozelle land threatens to add $80 million to WestConnexhe said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
he said. Desane's chairman John Sheehan is well versed in property law. He was previously acting commissioner at the NSW Land and Environment Court and is an expert on strata titles and compensation legislation. In the past, he has been critical... Read more
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Breitbart
Building Permit Denied for Australian Synagogue Because ‘It Might Draw Terror Attack’group lodged the application. FREE spokesman Rabbi Yehoram Ulman told News Loca
Breitbart / Posted 11 days ago
group lodged the application. FREE spokesman Rabbi Yehoram Ulman told News Local that the application’s refusal by the NSW Land and Environment Court, based on the above security risk assessment, came as a shock to the Jewish community. “The... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Meeting after synagogue banthe group’s development application to demolish tennis courts to build a new pl
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
the group’s development application to demolish tennis courts to build a new place of worship on Wellington St after the Land and Environment Court ruled against the plans last week. “I thought that this was all incredibly silly and that we need... Read more
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The Border Mail
Compost stoush D-Day setchairman Stuart Sizer said the town remained totally opposed the proposal and w
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
chairman Stuart Sizer said the town remained totally opposed the proposal and wouldn’t rule out an appeal to the NSW Land and Environment Court if the panel decides in favour of Cleanaway. “There has been no shift in that,” he said. He said... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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The Young Witness
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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Western Advocate
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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Daily Liberal
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘How did this happen?’as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
as part of its defence against the council. Dr Goodwin was highly critical of a council decision to vacate a two-week NSW Land and Environment Court hearing against Verde Terra in September, 2013 for mediation, which allowed the landfill facility... Read more
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Island Packet
Jews can't build synagogue because it could be a terrorist target, local council sayswhole of Australia, and by extension rewarding terrorism.” The Jewish communit
Island Packet / Posted 12 days ago
whole of Australia, and by extension rewarding terrorism.” The Jewish community appealed the decision but last week, the Land and Environment Court upheld the council’s ruling. The proposed design for the synagogue included blast walls and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A Sydney suburb bans construction of a synagogue because of terrorism fearssaid in a statement. Friends of Refugees From Eastern Europe, a Jewish group,
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
said in a statement. Friends of Refugees From Eastern Europe, a Jewish group, immediately appealed that decision to the Land and Environment Court. The protective design, the group said, was not a commentary on the risk the temple faced, but... Read more
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Canberra Times
Crystal Car Wash boss Anthony Sahade in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Crystal Car Wash boss in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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The Age
Crystal Car Wash boss Anthony Sahade in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Crystal Car Wash boss Anthony Sahade in a lather over council finecompany Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
company Lenjade was convicted and fined $12,000, with $8000 legal costs. Mr Sahade appealed the decision and last week the Land and Environment Court acquitted Lenjade, ruling there was not enough evidence to prove Mr Sahade directly authorised the... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Australia Terror Plot by Homegrown Jihadists Stopped in SydneyThe Jewish Press | 14 Av 5777 – August 5, 2017of the terrorist cell is still being held for questioning under the country’s C
The Jewish Press / Posted 13 days ago
of the terrorist cell is still being held for questioning under the country’s Counter Terrorism Law. Late last month, the Land and Environment Court upheld a ruling by the local Waverly Council in Sydney, claiming “the Preliminary Threat and Risk... Read more
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JTA
Australian municipality: Don’t blame us for banning synagogue on terror groundsCouncil did not refuse this development application,” it said in a statement Fr
JTA / Posted 15 days ago
Council did not refuse this development application,” it said in a statement Friday. “It was a decision of the Land and Environment Court and confirms that a synagogue is a permitted use at this location.” The congregation, known as... Read more
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Western Advocate
He said, she said: Noise reports at 20 pacesDunkeld Pet Kennel case that cost Bathurst ratepayers more than $100,000 in leg
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Dunkeld Pet Kennel case that cost Bathurst ratepayers more than $100,000 in legal fees after the matter went to the Land and Environment Court was a case in point. In that debate, both the proponent of the kennel and the objecting residents... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Synagogue ban not our decision’a court decision to ban a synagogue in Bondi Beach because of concerns it would
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
a court decision to ban a synagogue in Bondi Beach because of concerns it would be a target for Islamic terrorism. The Land and Environment Court on Wednesday rejected plans for the synagogue at Bondi, in a move the Jewish community said was... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Is Australia Caving to Terrorism?The Jewish Press | 12 Av 5777 – August 3, 2017The Land and Environment Court in Sydney, Australia has upheld a decision by th
The Jewish Press / Posted 15 days ago
The Land and Environment Court in Sydney, Australia has upheld a decision by the local Waverly Council blocking the construction of a new synagogue at a site just a few hundreds meters from Bondi Beach. The reason? Fear of a terror attack, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Civil courts should move online, Justice Michael Kirby sayslink, amounting to more than 80,000 video appearances each year. "In Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
link, amounting to more than 80,000 video appearances each year. "In Australia, at the moment, we've had courts like the Land and Environment Court that started quite early allowing online document filming and some preliminary case management... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
State Gov to pay thousands in court costsfor documents. Ku-ring-gai Council have fought the government’s proposed force
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
for documents. Ku-ring-gai Council have fought the government’s proposed forced merger plans in the NSW Supreme Court, Land and Environment Court and the Court of Appeal, since October 2015 — when it was declared “unfit for the future” by the... Read more
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News.com.au
Shock over synagogue banalleged airline terror threat and debate raged over increased security measures
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
alleged airline terror threat and debate raged over increased security measures at airports and other public places. The Land and Environment Court backed the decision by Waverley Council to prohibit the construction of the synagogue in... Read more
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