The Federal Court of Australia has advised that the hearing of Novak Djokovic v Minister for Immigration listed for 9:30am tomorrow will now be heard before the Full Court. The Judges will be Chief Justice Allsop, Justice Besanko and Justice O’Callaghan. The hearing will be live streamed for transparency.
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Novak Djokovic will be taken into custody following a meeting with his lawyers at 2.00pm tomorrow. A hearing is scheduled for Sunday, he will be able to attend accompanied by two ABF officers.
A spokesperson for TasNetworks told TVN “Sorry – our team member made a mistake by parking there. We’ve spoken to them, and they’ve apologised. They’ve said they didn’t see the sign when pulling in (believe it was blocked by a vehicle). They assumed it was a normal parking space. They take responsibility.” We thank them for the reply.
Shortly before 1.00pm a man was stabbed multiple times at a Morris Avenue, Devonport address, Ambulance Tasmania, Tasmania Police including Forensic Services and Detectives from Devonport CIB attended the scene. Our sources say Police are currently searching for the offender.
AFP officers have seized almost $3.5 million in cash and arrested a 57-year-old woman from Western Sydney as part of Operation Avarus
Officers from the AFP-led Taskforce Vanguard found the cash hidden in various locations throughout two units in the suburb of Carramar, with the woman living in one of them. More than $3.35 million was found in that particular unit, while another $130,000 was found in the other. Both units were secured by CCTV cameras and reinforced doors and windows. Numerous
Ezy Company Pty Ltd fined $26,640 for alleged unlawful importation of COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and nicotine vaping products
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued two infringement notices, totalling $26,640, to Melbourne-based company Ezy Company Pty Ltd (trading as Ezy Vapes) for alleged importation breaches relating to COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and nicotine vaping products. It is alleged that Ezy Company Pty Ltd imported COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and nicotine vaping products that were not included in the
The Lodge will close overnight until at least the 22nd of January and according to our source due to a number of staff testing positive for COVID. “Due to the impact of Covid-19 and our duty of care to both our staff and guests we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the Lodge as precautionary health and safety
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has used his personal power to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa, as his lawyers prepare to file an immediate injunction against the decision. If he doesn’t challenge the decision in the courts or is unsuccessful in doing so, he will be immediately deported from the country. Mr Hawke late on Friday afternoon said: “Today I exercised my
The Royal Family removed Prince Andrew’s military links and royal patronages on Thursday and said he will no longer be known as “His Royal Highness”, as the son of Queen Elizabeth fights a US lawsuit in which he is accused of sex abuse. Andrew, 61, the Duke of York, was forced to step down from public duties in 2019 because of