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International Business Times
Curry chef threw chilli powder into diner's eyes over 'rubbery' chicken complaint bodily harm to David Evans while he was dining with his wife at the Prince of B
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
bodily harm to David Evans while he was dining with his wife at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, last year. Prosecuting Stephen Donaghue said: "The defendant was the owner of the Prince of Bengal curry restaurant and, as a result of a complaint... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Curry house owner threw chilli powder in customer's eyes after he complained about rubbery chicken, court hearswhile he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Curry chef ‘threw chilli powder in customer’s eyes after complaint about food’while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on Janua
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
while he was dining at the Prince of Bengal in Tonypandy, South Wales, on January 21 2017. Opening the case on Monday, Stephen Donaghue, for the prosecution, said Islam, who claims he acted in self-defence, started swearing at Mr Evans and his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Battle for Kakoschke-Moore's Senate seat to set legal precedenta denial of natural justice. Both Mr Storer and the Federal Government's legal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
a denial of natural justice. Both Mr Storer and the Federal Government's legal representative, Solicitor-General Stephen Donaghue QC, have submitted that Ms Kakoschke-Moore's case is untenable. Her mother was born in Singapore in 1957,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Battle for Xenophon's Senate seat to set legal precedenta denial of natural justice. Both Mr Storer and the Federal Government's legal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
a denial of natural justice. Both Mr Storer and the Federal Government's legal representative, Solicitor-General Stephen Donaghue QC, have submitted that Ms Kakoschke-Moore's case is untenable. Her mother was born in Singapore in 1957,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Commonwealth argues there's no barrier to Lambie's successor heading to Canberrapublic servants from election. In arguing that Mr Martin should be allowed to
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
public servants from election. In arguing that Mr Martin should be allowed to enter the Upper House, Solicitor-General Stephen Donaghue QC has made a distinction between someone being employed as a public servant and being elected to public... Read more
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Canberra Times
One Nation frustrated as government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the... Read more
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The Courier
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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28d
Western Advocate
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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Manning River Times
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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The North West Star
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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28d
Daily Liberal
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the seat. Mr... Read more
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The Age
One Nation frustrated as government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
One Nation frustrated as government backs Tasmanian mayor to replace Jacqui Lambieplan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
plan to seize a fourth seat for One Nation. In a submission to the High Court released on Monday, government solicitor Stephen Donaghue argues there is no constitutional barrier to prevent Devonport mayor Steve Martin taking up the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Labor politicians David Feeney and Katy Gallagher face High Court over citizenshipunit detailing the steps he needed to take, but has been unable to produce any
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
unit detailing the steps he needed to take, but has been unable to produce any documents to prove it. Solicitor-General Stephen Donaghue QC told the court it was hard to make any "sensible assessment" of the case until Mr Feeney made his... Read more
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News.com.au
Labor duo must wait for citizenship answerBatman could be challenging for Labor, with the Greens already preselecting a c
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
Batman could be challenging for Labor, with the Greens already preselecting a candidate in anticipation. Solicitor-General Stephen Donaghue QC said experts in Senator Gallagher's case disagreed over the "narrow but important" issue as to exactly... Read more
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