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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Victims of notorious WA paedophile still waiting for compensationreaction from then Opposition MPs. "Her own children will ask 'Mummy, why did
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
reaction from then Opposition MPs. "Her own children will ask 'Mummy, why did you vote to protect paedophiles?'," Labor's John Quigley said of then Deputy Premier Liza Harvey's vote not to bring on the bill for debate. The situation evolved into... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Vic pensioner aids WA woman over finethe government adopt a Scandanvian system where fines are scaled proportionally
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
the government adopt a Scandanvian system where fines are scaled proportionally according to income. Attorney-General John Quigley has previously said the state government is working to address the over-representation of indigenous people in... Read more
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Perth Now
Welfare 'docked' for fine defaultersmeasures including clamping wheels and confiscating registration plates for the
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
measures including clamping wheels and confiscating registration plates for the worst defaulters. With Attorney-General John Quigley committed to abandoning the practice of people “cutting out” fines by spending time in prison — a promise he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Legal aid services in WA 'at crisis point' without more fundingpressure it faced, on the back of continued growth in demand in recent years.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
pressure it faced, on the back of continued growth in demand in recent years. A spokesperson for Attorney-General John Quigley said funding for Legal Aid had previously been topped up, when required, and said that would happen again if it... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
States urged to back 'life-saving' policy to prevent Indigenous deaths in custodywas an extremely important "first step".Which states and territories want the C
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
was an extremely important "first step".Which states and territories want the CNS?WA: Yes West Australian Attorney-General John Quigley said he was committed to implementing a CNS, along with other justice reforms. The state has the highest rate... Read more
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Canberra Times
Forensic testing delays could leave innocent people in prison for monthshow it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
how it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job," he told WAtoday. "The Attorney-General (John Quigley) called PathWest a 'dog's breakfast'... well he and the Minister for Health (Roger Cook) have been in office for... Read more
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WA Today
Forensic testing delays could leave innocent people in prison for monthshow it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
how it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job," he told WAtoday. "The Attorney-General (John Quigley) called PathWest a 'dog's breakfast'... well he and the Minister for Health (Roger Cook) have been in office for... Read more
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The Age
Forensic testing delays could leave innocent people in prison for monthshow it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
how it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job," he told WAtoday. "The Attorney-General (John Quigley) called PathWest a 'dog's breakfast'... well he and the Minister for Health (Roger Cook) have been in office for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Forensic testing delays could leave innocent people in prison for monthshow it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
how it pinched money from the police budget just so scientists can do their job," he told WAtoday. "The Attorney-General (John Quigley) called PathWest a 'dog's breakfast'... well he and the Minister for Health (Roger Cook) have been in office for... Read more
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Canberra Times
'White-hot fury': Pensioner pays for WA mum-of-five who was jailed over unpaid finesduring a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on he
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
during a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on her. Western Australia's Attorney-General John Quigley says the government is working to address the over-representation of indigenous people in jail. They found an... Read more
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WA Today
'White-hot fury': Pensioner pays for WA mum-of-five who was jailed over unpaid finesduring a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on he
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
during a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on her. Western Australia's Attorney-General John Quigley says the government is working to address the over-representation of indigenous people in jail. They found an... Read more
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The Age
'White-hot fury': Pensioner pays for WA mum-of-five who was jailed over unpaid finesduring a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on he
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
during a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on her. Western Australia's Attorney-General John Quigley says the government is working to address the over-representation of indigenous people in jail. They found an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'White-hot fury': Pensioner pays for WA mum-of-five who was jailed over unpaid finesduring a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on he
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
during a family violence incident but they instead ran a background check on her. Western Australia's Attorney-General John Quigley says the government is working to address the over-representation of indigenous people in jail. They found an... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aboriginal single mother jailed over unpaid fines after police callfound Aboriginal women were the most likely of any group to be imprisoned for f
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
found Aboriginal women were the most likely of any group to be imprisoned for fines. In a statement, WA's Attorney-General John Quigley said the State Government was working to address the overrepresentation of Indigenous people in jail, with the... Read more
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Daily Mail
The international band of brothers who joined forces to fight Francointo the Abraham Lincoln Brigade as part of the International Brigades,' said M
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
into the Abraham Lincoln Brigade as part of the International Brigades,' said Mr Banks. Pictured, Irishmen Frank Ryan and John Quigley Robinson of the XV International Brigade in Spain, October 1937. Ryan led a contingent of almost 200 Irishmen to... Read more
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Sky News Australia
New appeal in WA Warneke murder investigationfor manslaughter quashed, having already spent almost five years behind bars.
Sky News Australia / Posted 30 days ago
for manslaughter quashed, having already spent almost five years behind bars. Earlier this week, Attorney-General John Quigley told an estimates hearing an ex-gratia application for Mr Gibson was progressing. Mr Gibson's lawyers... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Popular Glasgow restaurants join famous stars in Good Food Show lineupbe highlighted on the main stage during a session hosted by Good Food editor Ba
EveningTimes Online / Posted 30 days ago
be highlighted on the main stage during a session hosted by Good Food editor Barney Desmazery. He will join Red Onion’s John Quigley, butchers Ramsay of Carluke and Finnieston’s Drug Store Social chefs over the weekend for some live cooking and... Read more

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