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Canberra Times
WA council elections: Lisa Scaffidi loses stranglehold as voters eye fresh facesand stand down now." The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holdin
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
and stand down now." The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months after the State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'End all the pain and suffering', Premier tells Lord Mayor Scaffidithat." Current acting Mayor James Limnios may take the role full-time if Ms Sc
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
that." Current acting Mayor James Limnios may take the role full-time if Ms Scaffidi fails in her appeal against a State Administrative Tribunal decision to disqualify her from office for 18 months over an expenses scandal, but first needs to... Read more
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Weekly Times
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
Weekly Times / Posted 11 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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The Border Mail
VicRoads backdown on Yarrawonga unit development at VCATYarrawonga can finally proceed after VicRoads aborted its objection before a sc
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
Yarrawonga can finally proceed after VicRoads aborted its objection before a scheduled hearing in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal last week. A concept image of 10-unit development in Irvine Parade, Yarrawonga which developer Leo... Read more
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Perth Now
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
Perth Now / Posted 12 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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News.com.au
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Perth Lord Mayor foe may stand for deputyit was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified f
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 hours ago
it was time for her to let go. The 57-year-old was in September disqualified from holding office for 18 months. The State Administrative Tribunal found she had breached the Local Government Act 45 times by not disclosing accommodation and travel... Read more
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17h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kindy shut down over mouldy mattresses, smacking of special needs childthree-month ban will take effect from Monday after the centre's operators, BKE
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
three-month ban will take effect from Monday after the centre's operators, BKE Pty Ltd failed in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) to appeal the Education Department's decision to suspend its licence. QCAT member Robert... Read more
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Perth Now
Councillor claims dog slobber cleaning21 compact mirrors, and 18 pairs of cufflinks. Embattled Lord Mayor Lisa Scaff
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
21 compact mirrors, and 18 pairs of cufflinks. Embattled Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi made 22 phone calls the day the State Administrative Tribunal found she breached the Local Government Act 45 times. It was revealed in August councillors spent... Read more
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The Age
How to demand back the money your friend owes youor less than $10,000 in the Northern Territory, you can lodge a "minor debt cla
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
or less than $10,000 in the Northern Territory, you can lodge a "minor debt claim" with your state or territory’s Civil and Administrative Tribunal. For larger debts, the Magistrates Court can hear disputes up to $150,000 in Queensland, up to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How to demand back the money your friend owes youor less than $10,000 in the Northern Territory, you can lodge a "minor debt cla
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
or less than $10,000 in the Northern Territory, you can lodge a "minor debt claim" with your state or territory’s Civil and Administrative Tribunal. For larger debts, the Magistrates Court can hear disputes up to $150,000 in Queensland, up to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Court rubbishes JJ Richards small business contracts action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair cont
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair contracts regime, with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal already called upon a few months ago to assess whether a contract for services contained any unfair... Read more
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The Age
Court rubbishes JJ Richards small business contracts action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair cont
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair contracts regime with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal already called upon a few months ago to assess whether a contract for services contained an unfair... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Court rubbishes JJ Richards small business contracts action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair cont
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
action against JJ Richards was not the first court action under the unfair contracts regime with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal already called upon a few months ago to assess whether a contract for services contained an unfair... Read more
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The North West Star
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusaltowards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR dec
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to change the result on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusaltowards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR dec
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to change the result on... Read more
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The Age
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusaltowards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR dec
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to change the result on... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tribunal rules foster dad can't work with children after revelations of horrific abuse has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, poses a risk to children. Children... Read more
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Weekly Times
Abusive foster dad can't work with kidshas been refused a Working with Children Check Clearance. The horrific ongoing
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
has been refused a Working with Children Check Clearance. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, poses a risk to children. In its... Read more
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The Age
Tribunal rules foster dad can't work with children after revelations of horrific abuse has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, poses a risk to children. One child... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tribunal rules foster dad can't work with children after revelations of horrific abuse has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
has been refused a Working with Children Check clearance. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, poses a risk to children. One child... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Abusive foster dad can't work with kidshas been refused a Working with Children Check Clearance. The horrific ongoing
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
has been refused a Working with Children Check Clearance. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, poses a risk to children. In its... Read more
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Perth Now
Abusive foster dad can't work with kidswith Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
with Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, currently poses a risk to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Abusive foster dad can't work with kidswith Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
with Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, currently poses a risk to... Read more
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News.com.au
Abusive foster dad can’t work with kidswith Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
with Children Check Clearance, a Sydney court has heard. The horrific ongoing abuse was put before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which on Wednesday said the man, now a medical practitioner, currently poses a risk to... Read more
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The Courier
Unregulated pet bonds scaled back under reformsa landlord requests a pet bond, and the weekly rental amount is less than $350,
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
a landlord requests a pet bond, and the weekly rental amount is less than $350, they must apply to the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal to seek approval to take more than four weeks’ rent as bond. Hayden Real Estate property manager... Read more
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The Courier
Unregulated pet bonds scaled back under new rental reformsa landlord requests a pet bond, and the weekly rental amount is less than $350,
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
a landlord requests a pet bond, and the weekly rental amount is less than $350, they must apply to the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal to seek approval to take more than four weeks’ rent as bond. Hayden Real Estate property manager... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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The Age
'Secret recording' complaint from cop accused of homophobiasuspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homose
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
suspicious sick leave patterns. One of the group now arguing a claim of homosexual discrimination before the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Mr Sheehy, launched a claim for workplace compensation after learning of the investigation and... Read more
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express
'It is not just a tribunal!' Labour warned for not grasping political power of ECJto paying heed to the ECJ and being bound by it. This is not what Brexit meant.
express / Posted 7 days ago
to paying heed to the ECJ and being bound by it. This is not what Brexit meant. "The ECJ is rather more than a simple administrative tribunal body. I mean it is an EU legal authority superior to the Supreme Court! You can't have that with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Anger from Fawkner locals over toxic site poised for redevelopmentthe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fight over toxic Fawkner sitethe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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The Courier
Fight over toxic Fawkner sitethe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fight over ex-Agent Orange sitethe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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The Courier
Fight over ex-Agent Orange sitethe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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The Age
Anger from Fawkner locals over ex-Agent Orange site poised for redevelopmentthe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Anger from Fawkner locals over ex-Agent Orange site poised for redevelopmentthe drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]:
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
the drilling and construction period. What do we say to [parents and children]: 'Oh it's safe, there's nothing wrong with it'?" A Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing on whether the plan should proceed is scheduled for March next ye... Read more
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Canberra Times
Complaint against gay Newtown cops contained 'red flags', tribunal hearsMcDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centr
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
McDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centre) to lodge papers at the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in Sydney. Photo: Janie Barrett Noting that two had shaved their hair, possibly to avoid drug... Read more
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The Courier
150 houses for former Gillies Street caravan park siteresidential development in this popular area,” Mr King said. The development w
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
residential development in this popular area,” Mr King said. The development was approved by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal on March 8 after it was initially appealed. Lake Gardens Action Group committee member John... Read more
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The Age
Complaint against gay Newtown cops contained 'red flags', tribunal hearsMcDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centr
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
McDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centre) to lodge papers at the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in Sydney. Photo: Janie Barrett Noting that two had shaved their hair, possibly to avoid drug... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Complaint against gay Newtown cops contained 'red flags', tribunal hearsMcDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
McDonald, Chris Sheehy and Steven Rapisarda join lawyer Nicholas Stewart (centre) to lodge papers at the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal in Sydney. Photo: Janie Barrett Noting that two had shaved their hair, possibly to avoid drug... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gay police officers drug tested because they were 'notoriously promiscuous'homophobic culture fostered by senior management at Newtown Police Station. Co
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
homophobic culture fostered by senior management at Newtown Police Station. Court documents released by the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal reveal the men were targeted because their attendance at gay bars led to a "genuine concern" they... Read more
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