Legal stoush looms between SA Government and Nyrstar over Port Pirie smelter

Legal stoush looms between SA Government and Nyrstar over Port Pirie smelter

Posted May 17, 2018 18:19:57 The South Australian Government has threatened legal action after Belgian metals processor Nyrstar said it would defer repayments on a loan to upgrade the Port Pirie smelter. The $660 million redevelopment opened in January, using a loan underwritten by the former Labor government following negotiations …

George Pell: Catholics asked in newspaper to chip in for Cardinal’s legal costs

George Pell: Catholics asked in newspaper to chip in for Cardinal’s legal costs

Updated May 09, 2018 15:28:50 Photo: George Pell has pleaded not guilty to the historical sexual offence charges against him. (AAP: James Ross) Supporters of Cardinal George Pell are being asked to contribute to his legal fund through a series of advertisements. Some of the ads have appeared in the …

Sydney archdiocese runs ads seeking donations for Cardinal George Pell’s legal fees | Australia news

The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney has been running ads in its news publication, the Catholic Weekly, seeking donations to fund Cardinal George Pell’s legal costs, a move which a lawyer representing victims of child sexual abuse, Dr Judy Courtin, describes as “utter hypocrisy”. While the Catholic Weekly has been running …

Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Wilderness Society threatens legal action

Murray-Darling Basin Plan: Wilderness Society threatens legal action

Posted May 08, 2018 17:07:48 Photo: An SA environmentalist group has shared concerns with the Murray Darling Basin decision. (ABC Rural: Tom Nancarrow) A South Australian environmentalist group has described the decision to leave the Murray-Darling Basin Plan intact as a “disaster for the River Murray” and has threatened legal …

APRA and ASIC have the legal power to sack bank heads, but they need willpower

APRA and ASIC have the legal power to sack bank heads, but they need willpower

Updated May 01, 2018 17:25:02 Photo: Former AMP chief executive Craig Meller and chair Catherine Brenner at the company’s annual general meeting last year. (AAP: David Moir) The chairwoman and boss of AMP have resigned after the company admitted to charging for advice never provided and lying to clients and …

Job Offer : Legal Counsel – Assistant Company Secretary a Support centre – melbourne

Company: David Jones Location: Support centre – melbourne David Jones and the Country Road Group, with their brands Country Road, Trenery, Witchery, Mimco and Politix, form Australia’s most highly regarded retail group. Our ambition is to be global leaders in retail, and to help build this new reality, we are …

Scam call threatening elderly with arrest warrant, legal action from the ‘ATO’

Scam call threatening elderly with arrest warrant, legal action from the ‘ATO’

Updated April 23, 2018 12:33:25 Video: Voicemail of scammer’s call left on a mobile phone (ABC News) “Low-life scammers” are doing the rounds once again, targeting elderly residents with threats of legal action and arrest. The automated call, with a robotic man’s voice on the other end of the line, …

Clive Palmer tries to halt Queensland Nickel legal action over ‘abuse of process’ | Australia news

Clive Palmer says he once offered to pay the debts of Queensland Nickel and that he will seek to halt legal proceedings against the failed company. The former federal MP has faced the supreme court in Brisbane, claiming there had been an “abuse of process” and that legal proceedings involving …

Theresa May tells British Parliament that Syria strikes were ‘legal and moral’

Theresa May tells British Parliament that Syria strikes were ‘legal and moral’

Updated April 17, 2018 05:47:34 Video: Theresa May defends Syria air strike, says UK was not influenced by Trump (ABC News) British Prime Minister Theresa May has told restive MPs that military air strikes against Syria were right both legally and morally, and accused Syria and its ally Russia of …

Syrian air strikes ‘right and legal’: Theresa May

British Prime Minister Theresa May has described air strikes on Syria in a retaliation for an alleged chemical attack by the Assad Regime as ‘Right and Legal’. Ms May says the bombing raids by the United States, Britain and France were aimed at chemical weapons infrastructure to send a message …