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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Renters should be allowed to list their homes on Airbnbhave an impeccable rating because all my belongings remain in the house. Polic
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
have an impeccable rating because all my belongings remain in the house. Policy Officer Yaelle Caspi who appeared in the VCAT case for the tenants said, "We don't see why this is any different to a tenant having a friend or family member stay as... Read more
7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Residents' insurance costs quadruple after builder coats complex in flammable claddinglaunched against the builder, Hickory Group, and the matter is now before the V
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
launched against the builder, Hickory Group, and the matter is now before the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). The builder did not reply to written questions from the ABC.Buildings to get ratings On Friday, the Victorian... Read more
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15d
The Courier
Ballarat real estate agent fined for operating without licencein 2015. The real estate agent has been reprimanded and penalised $5000 by Vic
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. The real estate agent has been reprimanded and penalised $5000 by Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). The company operated without a licence between 27 August and 19 October of that year, during which time it carried... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat real estate agent busted for operating without licencein 2015. The real estate agent has been reprimanded and penalised $5000 by Vic
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
in 2015. The real estate agent has been reprimanded and penalised $5000 by Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). The company operated without a licence between 27 August and 19 October of that year, during which time it carried... Read more
16d
Canberra Times
Father's surname scrubbed as VCAT steps in on baby girl name disputefor legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wante
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
for legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wanted the child to have their surname only. VCAT has ruled on the baby girls' surname. File image. Photo: AAP To settle the dispute, the Victorian Registry of Births,... Read more
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16d
The Age
Father's surname scrubbed as VCAT steps in on baby girl name disputefor legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wante
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
for legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wanted the child to have their surname only. VCAT has ruled on the baby girls' surname. File image. Photo: AAP To settle the dispute, the Victorian Registry of Births,... Read more
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16d
Sydney Morning Herald
Father's surname scrubbed as VCAT steps in on baby girl name disputefor legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wante
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
for legal reasons, agreed on the child's first and middle names, but each wanted the child to have their surname only. VCAT has ruled on the baby girls' surname. File image. Photo: AAP To settle the dispute, the Victorian Registry of Births,... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
Courtroom drama: Magistrates' cry for help as system approaches 'crisis point' of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for m
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for magistrates early next year that are to be run with the help of the Judicial College of Victoria, the education body for the state's judges, magistrates and VCAT me... Read more
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21d
The Age
Courtroom drama: Magistrates' cry for help as system approaches 'crisis point' of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for m
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for magistrates early next year that are to be run with the help of the Judicial College of Victoria, the education body for the state's judges, magistrates and VCAT me... Read more
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21d
Sydney Morning Herald
Courtroom drama: Magistrates' cry for help as system approaches 'crisis point' of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for m
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
of the consequences." The court also plans to hold wellbeing conferences for magistrates early next year that are to be run with the help of the Judicial College of Victoria, the education body for the state's judges, magistrates and VCAT me... Read more
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22d
The Border Mail
Angry public fight belief they are being pumped dry of waterUNDER PUBLIC FIRE: Tim Carey has been a controversial figure since winning a VC
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
UNDER PUBLIC FIRE: Tim Carey has been a controversial figure since winning a VCAT challenge to extract water in Stanley. Pictures: SHANA MORGAN Indigo residents claim it is an issue of morality that the legal practice of extracting water from... Read more
23d
Geelong Advertiser
Residents ‘appalled’ by ‘disgusting’ projectassociation formed in 2006 to oppose a slated 92-apartment project put forward
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
association formed in 2006 to oppose a slated 92-apartment project put forward in a deal involving Mr Morris — then head of VCAT — and another developer. He withdrew the site from the market later that year following 200 formal objections to... Read more
23d
News.com.au
Residents ‘appalled’ by ‘disgusting’ projectassociation formed in 2006 to oppose a slated 92-apartment project put forward
News.com.au / Posted 23 days ago
association formed in 2006 to oppose a slated 92-apartment project put forward in a deal involving Mr Morris — then head of VCAT — and another developer. He withdrew the site from the market later that year following 200 formal objections to... Read more
24d
Canberra Times
Airbnb crackdown looms as Melbourne soars into world's top 20 cities for short-term hostingLabor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Labor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its policy is to enable state planning body VCAT to award compensation of up to $2000 to neighbours, and ban short stays in apartments that are repeatedly used for... Read more
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24d
The Border Mail
Airbnb crackdown looms as Melbourne soars into world's top 20 cities for short-term hostingLabor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Labor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its policy is to enable state planning body VCAT to award compensation of up to $2000 to neighbours, and ban short stays in apartments that are repeatedly used for... Read more
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24d
The Courier
Airbnb crackdown looms as Melbourne soars into world's top 20 cities for short-term hostingLabor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
Labor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its policy is to enable state planning body VCAT to award compensation of up to $2000 to neighbours, and ban short stays in apartments that are repeatedly used for... Read more
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24d
The Age
Airbnb crackdown looms as Melbourne soars into world's top 20 cities for short-term hostingLabor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Labor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its policy is to enable state planning body VCAT to award compensation of up to $2000 to neighbours, and ban short stays in apartments that are repeatedly used for... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
Airbnb crackdown looms as Melbourne soars into world's top 20 cities for short-term hostingLabor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Labor went to the election promising to "curb inappropriate short stays". Its policy is to enable state planning body VCAT to award compensation of up to $2000 to neighbours, and ban short stays in apartments that are repeatedly used for... Read more
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26d
The Age
The Greens: Labor pays the price with Northcote losspreservation, then it's a good thing. But the Green council of Yarra has made n
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
preservation, then it's a good thing. But the Green council of Yarra has made no difference at all with its support at VCAT for an eight-storey apartment block in Fitzroy over the road from the Royal Exhibition Building. Graeme Lee,... Read more
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27d
Canberra Times
Gold dealers running alleged stolen jewellery scam want their pawnbroker licence backthose selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the
Canberra Times / Posted 27 days ago
those selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the men, Mr Tenenboim, filed an affidavit with VCAT seeking a stay of the suspension to allow the businesses to trade while they await a review. "If the stay is not... Read more
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27d
The Age
Gold dealers running alleged stolen jewellery scam want their pawnbroker licence backthose selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
those selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the men, Mr Tenenboim, filed an affidavit with VCAT seeking a stay of the suspension to allow the businesses to trade while they await a review. "If the stay is not... Read more
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27d
Sydney Morning Herald
Gold dealers running alleged stolen jewellery scam want their pawnbroker licence backthose selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
those selling second-hand goods and failing to record transactions. One of the men, Mr Tenenboim, filed an affidavit with VCAT seeking a stay of the suspension to allow the businesses to trade while they await a review. "If the stay is not... Read more
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28d
The North West Star
Beau Geste looks for change of luck in Sandown Guineasagainst O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
against O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will be no penalty levelled against them at VCAT. "In similar cases like the ibuprofen cases and Luca Cumani when his horse Bauer was treated illegally before the... Read more
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28d
The Age
Godolphin trainer James Cummings looks for change of luck with Beau Geste in Sandown Guineasagainst O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
against O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will be no penalty levelled against them at VCAT. "In similar cases like the ibuprofen cases and Luca Cumani when his horse Bauer was treated illegally before the... Read more
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28d
Sydney Morning Herald
Godolphin trainer James Cummings looks for change of luck with Beau Geste in Sandown Guineasagainst O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
against O'Brien and Kavanagh. However, the trainers are hopeful that there will be no penalty levelled against them at VCAT. "In similar cases like the ibuprofen cases and Luca Cumani when his horse Bauer was treated illegally before the... Read more
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28d
The Courier Mail
Cobalt duo’s ‘win’ in cobalt rulingadministration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presenta
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
administration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presentation. That matter will be referred back to VCAT for sentencing. O’Brien said that was similar to a charge of presenting a horse to the races with ibuprofen in its... Read more
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28d
Daily Telegraph
Cobalt duo’s ’win’ in cobalt rulingadministration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presenta
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
administration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presentation. That matter will be referred back to VCAT for sentencing. O’Brien said that was similar to a charge of presenting a horse to the races with ibuprofen in its... Read more
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28d
Adelaide Now
Cobalt duo’s ’win’ in Cobalt rulingadministration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presenta
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
administration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presentation. That matter will be referred back to VCAT for sentencing. O’Brien said that was similar to a charge of presenting a horse to the races with ibuprofen in its... Read more
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28d
Sydney Morning Herald
Victorian trainers partly win appeal on cobalt chargescobalt. The Court of Appeal on Friday partly upheld Racing Victoria's appeal w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
cobalt. The Court of Appeal on Friday partly upheld Racing Victoria's appeal while also dismissing a charge the trainers administered cobalt, which means the case will be sent back to VCAT to determine a penalty for presentation. AAP, more to... Read more
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28d
The Age
Victorian trainers partly win appeal on cobalt chargescobalt. The Court of Appeal on Friday partly upheld Racing Victoria's appeal w
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
cobalt. The Court of Appeal on Friday partly upheld Racing Victoria's appeal while also dismissing a charge the trainers administered cobalt, which means the case will be sent back to VCAT to determine a penalty for presentation. AAP, more to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Cobalt duo’s ’win’ in Cobalt rulingadministration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presenta
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
administration of cobalt but found them guilty of the lesser charge of presentation. That matter will be referred back to VCAT for sentencing. O’Brien said that was similar to a charge of presenting a horse to the races with ibuprofen in its... Read more
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29d
News.com.au
Judgment day for cobalt appealJanuary 2016, O’Brien was given a four-year ban and Kavanagh was suspended for
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
January 2016, O’Brien was given a four-year ban and Kavanagh was suspended for three years by the RAD Board. But VCAT found RV had substantially departed from proper cobalt testing procedures between April 2014 and August 2015. Four... Read more
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29d
Weekly Times
Bottlers sucking land dry, shires saysold domestically and overseas. Indigo Shire initially refused the company a p
Weekly Times / Posted 29 days ago
sold domestically and overseas. Indigo Shire initially refused the company a permit, but that decision was overturned by VCAT. That ruling was challenged in the Supreme Court of ­Victoria by a community group, but the company’s right to extract... Read more
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Canberra Times
I didn't get a great VCE score - but it hasn't stopped me having a great lifedo TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortif
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
do TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortified when I logged onto the agonisingly slow VCAT website and discovered my score: 74.65. I probably cried a bit. And when I told a friend (while wallowing in... Read more
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The Age
I didn't get a great VCE score - but it hasn't stopped me having a great lifedo TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortif
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
do TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortified when I logged onto the agonisingly slow VCAT website and discovered my score: 74.65. I probably cried a bit. And when I told a friend (while wallowing in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
I didn't get a great VCE score - but it hasn't stopped me having a great lifedo TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortif
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
do TAFE if I wasn't doing arts/law/medicine at Melbourne Uni!" So I was mortified when I logged onto the agonisingly slow VCAT website and discovered my score: 74.65. I probably cried a bit. And when I told a friend (while wallowing in... Read more
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The Age
RENTAL PROPERTIES: A landlord selling will simply free up a propertyforcing more negative requirements on to landlords who are already disadvantage
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
forcing more negative requirements on to landlords who are already disadvantaged by the current laws and an unsympathetic VCAT find residential property to be a bad investment. These new laws will lead to less development of "affordable"... Read more

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