What Has He Got To Hide?

What Has He Got To Hide?

18 November 2018

Andrews Red Shirts Brigade And Secret Deal With Communist China Victor P Taffa Besides refusing to answer questions with Victoria Police Premier Daniel Andrews has signed a secret deal with Communist China.   Secret Deal With Communist China When Communist China introduces Free, Fair multi-party Public Elections then deals that Premier Andrews signs with Communist […]

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Maroubra Real Estate Agent Convicted Over Misuse Of Trust Account

Maroubra Real Estate Agent Convicted Over Misuse Of Trust Account

17 November 2018

New South Wales Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean Maroubra Real Estate Agent Faces 2 Years Imprisonment Over Trust Account Fraud Victor P Taffa A former Maroubra real estate agent who misused more than $425,000 that was held in trust has been penalised after being convicted in Parramatta Local Court. Minister for Better Regulation Matt […]

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Experienced Peter Dixon Appointed As Temporary Magistrate

Experienced Peter Dixon Appointed As Temporary Magistrate

16 November 2018

Tasmania Attorney-General Elise Archer New Magistrate Sworn In For North-West Victor P Taffa Former Magistrate Peter Dixon has been appointed as a temporary Magistrate to serve the North-West, Attorney-General Elise Archer said. Mr. Dixon was first appointed a Magistrate in 1986 after practising law in the North-West since 1968, before his retirement in 2012. Tasmanian […]

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Attorney General Appoints Two New Magistrates To Local Court Of New South Wales

Attorney General Appoints Two New Magistrates To Local Court Of New South Wales

15 November 2018

New South Wales Attorney General Mark Speakman Two New Magistrates For The Local Court Of New South Wales Victor P Taffa Australia’s busiest court will gain two new magistrates with the appointments of David O’Neil and Georgina Darcy to the bench of the Local Court of New South Wales. Attorney General Mark Speakman said both […]

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Northern Territory Govt Expunges Homosexual Criminal Records

Northern Territory Govt Expunges Homosexual Criminal Records

14 November 2018

Northern Territory Attorney-General Natasha Fyles New Act Provides Pathway To Right Past Wrongs Victor P Taffa Expungement of Historical Homosexual Offence Records Act 2018 commences today, offering Territorians the right to apply to have their historical homosexual criminal records expunged. “Territorians deserve a legal system they can trust, a system that supports changing community attitudes.” […]

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Northern Territory Govt Signs Agreement With Anindilyakwa Land Council

Northern Territory Govt Signs Agreement With Anindilyakwa Land Council

14 November 2018

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner Landmark Agreement Puts Power Back In The Hands Of Communities Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government will today sign the Groote Archipelago Local Decision-Making Agreement with the Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC). “Local Decision Making is a key election promise of the Territory Labor Government, and it serves as a […]

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Queensland Parliament To Vote On Terrorism Legislation Amendments

Queensland Parliament To Vote On Terrorism Legislation Amendments

13 November 2018

Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Terrorism Legislation Introduced To Queensland Parliament Victor P Taffa Palaszczuk Government has delivered on its COAG commitment to introduce stricter legislation against convicted terrorists and people with links to terrorist activity. Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath said the legislation followed Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk’s agreement at a COAG meeting last year to ensure there […]

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Andrews Govt Continues To Hide From Victorians

Andrews Govt Continues To Hide From Victorians

13 November 2018

Victoria Shadow Minister for Scrutiny of Government Tim Smith Premier Daniel Andrews And Labor Keep Hiding From Scrutiny Victor P Taffa Hiding from scrutiny and accountability is in Premer Daniel Andrews and Labor’s DNA. “For over two months Daniel Andrews has refused to agree to a Leaders Debate on ABC TV.” Shadow Minister for Scrutiny […]

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Attorney-General Announces ATSI Advisory Panel Members

Attorney-General Announces ATSI Advisory Panel Members

11 November 2018

Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Sentencing Advisory Council Announces New ATSI Panel Victor P Taffa Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has officially announced the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Panel for the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council (QSAC). Attorney-General D’Ath said the 8-person panel would provide expert advice to QSAC as it works to […]

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Royal Prerogative Of Mercy To Be Made More Transparent

Royal Prerogative Of Mercy To Be Made More Transparent

11 November 2018

New South Wales Attorney General Mark Speakman Delivering Transparency To Mercy Decisions Victor P Taffa Use of an ancient power to pardon offenders for their crimes will be made more transparent, Attorney General Mark Speakman announced today. Royal prerogative of mercy has been exercised by monarchs for almost a millennium, mostly in secret. “Such secrecy […]

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Liberal/Nationals Coalition Govt To Extend Child Sex Offender Jail Sentences

Liberal/Nationals Coalition Govt To Extend Child Sex Offender Jail Sentences

05 November 2018

Victoria Opposition Leader Matthew Guy Victoria Shadow Attorney-General John Pesutto Victoria Shadow Minister for Families and Children Georgie Crozier Mandatory Minimum Jail Sentences For Child Sex Offences Victor P Taffa A Liberal/Nationals Coalition Government will extend mandatory minimum jail sentences for child sex offenders. Premier Daniel Andrews and Labor have lost control of violent crime […]

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Palaszczuk Govt Welcomes Recommendations Of Domestic Violence Board

Palaszczuk Govt Welcomes Recommendations Of Domestic Violence Board

04 November 2018

Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Queensland Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Di Farmer Domestic And Family Violence Report Tabled In Parliament Victor P Taffa Palaszczuk Government has welcomed the recommendations of the Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board in its 2017-18 annual report tabled in Queensland Parliament. Domestic and […]

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Attorney-General Reopens Inquest Into Death Of Jeffrey Lawrence Brooks

Attorney-General Reopens Inquest Into Death Of Jeffrey Lawrence Brooks

04 November 2018

Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Statement From Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Victor P Taffa After receiving a briefing from my Department, I have decided to direct the State Coroner to reopen the inquest into the death of Jeffrey Lawrence Brooks on 13 March 1996, under the Coroners Act 1958, Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath said. In 1998, a Coroner […]

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Townsville Courthouse Upgrade To Proceed With Construction Tender Awarded

Townsville Courthouse Upgrade To Proceed With Construction Tender Awarded

30 October 2018

Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath Construction Tender Awarded For Townsville Courthouse Upgrade Victor P Taffa F K Gardner and Sons Pty Ltd (Townsville) has been awarded the construction tender for the Townsville Courthouse Domestic and Family Violence upgrade project. Attorney-General and Justice Minister Yvette D’Ath, Member for Townsville Scott Stewart and the North Queensland Women’s Legal […]

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Tenders Called For $15 Million Redevelopment Of Burnie Court Complex

Tenders Called For $15 Million Redevelopment Of Burnie Court Complex

27 October 2018

Tasmania Attorney-General Elise Archer Tenders Called For Burnie Court Architect Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government is calling for tenders as part of the $15 Million commitment to redevelop Burnie Supreme and Magistrates Court Complex, Attorney-General Elise Archer said. “About 50,000 Tasmanians access the courts in Burnie each year. However, the court complex is outdated and […]

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Larissa Strk Elevated To Acting Judge Of The Supreme Court

Larissa Strk Elevated To Acting Judge Of The Supreme Court

26 October 2018

Western Australia Attorney General John Quigley Larissa Strk Appointed Acting Judge Of The Supreme Court Victor P Taffa Principal Registrar of the Supreme Court, Larissa Strk appointed as an acting judge Appointment fills the vacancy left behind by the Hon. Justice Joseph McGrath, who was appointed a Commissioner of the Royal Commission into Aged Care […]

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Vulnerable People To Be Spared Giving Evidence Multiple Times

Vulnerable People To Be Spared Giving Evidence Multiple Times

25 October 2018

New South Wales Attorney General Mark Speakman More Support For Vulnerable Victims In Court Victor P Taffa Vulnerable people will be spared the ordeal of giving evidence multiple times in sexual assault trials, under legislation introduced to New South Wales Parliament today. Attorney General Mark Speakman said the new provisions are designed to reduce the […]

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State Govt Appoints Michael Riches To ICAC

State Govt Appoints Michael Riches To ICAC

25 October 2018

South Australia Attorney General Vickie Chapman Michael Riches Appointed As Deputy Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Victor P Taffa State Government has today announced that the Governor has appointed Mr. Michael Riches as the Deputy Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC). Appointment, requested by Mr. Bruce Lander QC, the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (the Commissioner), recognises the […]

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Multiple Murderers Bill 2018 To Be Introduced Into Parliament

Multiple Murderers Bill 2018 To Be Introduced Into Parliament

20 October 2018

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan Western Australia Attorney General John Quigley Serial killer And Mass Murderer Legislation To Be Introduced Into State Parliament Victor P Taffa Sentence Administration Amendment (Multiple Murderers) Bill 2018 to be introduced into Parliament Attorney General during their term of appointment will be able to direct that mass murderers and serial […]

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Lea Armstrong Appointed As NCAT President

Lea Armstrong Appointed As NCAT President

19 October 2018

New South Wales Attorney General Mark Speakman Legal Trailblazer Appointed As New NCAT President Victor P Taffa Attorney General Mark Speakman today announced the appointment of Lea Armstrong as a Supreme Court judge and as President of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT). “Ms. Armstrong is an exceptional lawyer, a trailblazer and a proven […]

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