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Legal bungle casts doubt on Family Court decisions 

The Federal Circuit and Family Court and the federal government are working to fix a legal bungle that could affect hundreds of people with child custody and divorce settlement orders, but it will take until mid-year at least to enact a solution. The government merged the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in September, in a move widely opposed

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Former prime ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd have been telling anyone who will listen about the evil, election warping malign influence of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. 

The former PMs have been hitting the talks circuit in a double act, cruelly dubbed by some as Statler and Waldorf in honour of the grumpy old Muppets, who would opine on everything. In March at the Adelaide Writers’ Festival, they were interviewed on their specialist subjects “the pernicious power of Murdoch and the urgency of action on climate change”

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COVID-safe Schools Plan for Term 2 now available 

Roger Jaensch, Minister for Education, Children and Youth Builfing on a successful start to the school year, the Tasmanian Liberal Government is releasing its COVID-safe Schools Plan for Term 2. This forward planning is important to ensure Tasmanian Government schools continue to stay open and support learning in COVID-safe ways as we head into the colder months. Our schools have

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Zakharova called the purpose of the provocation of Ukraine in Bucha 

The meaning of the crime of the Kiev regime in the Ukrainian city of Bucha is to disrupt the peace negotiations and escalate the conflict. This was announced on Sunday, April 3, by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova. “The meaning of the next crime of the Kiev regime is the disruption of peace negotiations and the

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Roskosmos announced its refusal to cooperate with unfriendly countries 

Roskosmos will not continue to work together with states whose leadership provides military support to Ukraine . This was announced on Sunday, April 3, by the general director of the state corporation Dmitry Rogozin. “We will not have any cooperation with countries supplying weapons and instructors, as well as providing political support to the Kiev fascist junta. None,” he wrote in the Telegram channel.

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The Ambassador of the Russian Federation said that the United States was silent about the shelling of Bucha by the Armed Forces of Ukraine 

Civilians were not injured during the stay of the Ukrainian settlement of Bucha under the control of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, in the United States they hush up the artillery shelling of the city of the Armed Forces of Ukraine after the withdrawal of Russian troops. This was announced on Monday, April 4, by Russian Ambassador to the

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Anzac Day services to return across NSW

Anzac commemorations across NSW will return on April 25 for the first time in three years as the state relaxes pandemic health measures. Veterans Minister David Elliott says Anzac Day this year will again see diggers sharing stories and reminiscing as the government further eases COVID-19 social restrictions on gatherings and crowds. “This year not only marks the first year

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The family of Aishwarya Aswath have commemorated her life as a West Australian coroner prepares to examine what led to the girl’s death.  

Sunday marked one year since seven-year-old Aishwarya died of sepsis after presenting to the Perth Children’s Hospital emergency department. Her parents, siblings and other loved ones and community members gathered at the family’s Perth home to mark the anniversary. Aishwarya was taken to PCH on Easter Saturday last year with a fever and triaged by a nurse – who did

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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has called for an early election after a vote of no confidence against him was unexpectedly canceled by the parliament’s deputy speaker on Sunday. 

The people should decide the future of their country, “not the corrupt or the foreigners,” Imran Khan has said Khan PTI’s party effectively lost its majority in the National Assembly last week when seven MPs from its coalition partner decided to join the opposition’s ranks. The PM’s rivals insisted that this had given them a real chance of ousting Khan,

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The Russian military destroyed the oil refinery near Odessa that supplied the Ukrainian troops 

High-precision sea and air-based missiles destroyed an oil refinery and three storage facilities for fuel and lubricants in Odessa. This was announced on Sunday, April 3, by the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Major General Igor Konashenkov. “This morning, high-precision sea and air-based missiles destroyed an oil refinery and three storage facilities for fuel and lubricants near the city

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The State Duma will amend the Criminal Code on punishment for the implementation of sanctions in Russia 

On Monday, April 4, the State Duma will introduce amendments to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation on punishment for the implementation of anti-Russian sanctions on the territory of Russia. Andrey Klishas, ​​Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation, wrote about this on April 3 in his Telegram channel . “My colleagues from the State Duma and I have completed

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Poland announces that Poland is open to the deployment of US nuclear weapons

Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczynski announced on April 3 that Poland is open to hosting US nuclear weapons. “If the United States asked us to deploy nuclear weapons in Poland, we would be open to this. This would significantly increase the containment of Moscow, ”said Kaczynski. At the same time, he stressed that at the moment such a question is

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