This Saturday 17th April, 30 members of the royal family will gather at Windsor Castle to celebrate the life of 99-year-old Prince Philip, who passed away late last week. As the Queen mourns the … [Read more...] about Commentors speculate Queen Elizabeth II could abdicate following the death of her husband
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A bill to merge the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court was approved in the Senate last week. The decision has proven controversial, with many stakeholders, including retired judges, opposing the … [Read more...] about Family Court merges with Federal Circuit Court: What it does it mean?
After months of hoping and waiting, a vaccine for COVID-19 is about to arrive in Australia. A handful of Australians are expected to have received their first Pfizer jab by the end of February. The … [Read more...] about Does the Government or your Employer have legal grounds to make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory?